Discussion in 'Computer Cases, Power Supplies and Cooling' started by Geoff, Feb 2, 2006.
this post is good. I was planning to get Liquid Cooling and now i know all about it.
wow nice comp
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I understand water cooling alot more now thanks
Do you have any pics with everything hooked up? I notice you have no power to your mb or video cards.
god i hate watercooling, i'm looking at close to $200 just in fittings :S
How is that possible? Fittings are usually under $5 a piece, and you only need 2 per component.
i'll show you how i got $200(going to make a stupid crazy build, and wc stuff you can actually reuse to some extent):
20 of these: compression fittings
2 of these: 90 degree angle
2 of these: rotary fittings
4 of these: stopper fittings
and 2 of these: ball valves
i hate to double post, but this video shows that feser one is mainly marketing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWHFLbZEewU
I'd say that video pretty much sums this up, hey.
Great informative guide, pictures and diagrams also really help paint the picture, piked up some points I never knew.
Excellent Guide it cleared almost all my doubts except which system would be good for me..
Good work thats really helpful
i say this video stands for nothing!
ive had feser one leaking all over my graphicas card for a few hours, didnt notice until the res empty'd and there was no problem (gpu is still running in friends rig)
the fan is low voltage and the internals are magnets!!
prob right in thinking that non conductive coolant is just marketing but the video doesnt prove much really
can someone do a test? pour feser one over motherboard then try with water lol
i would, if i had a video camera lol, i actually have an old p3 mobo sitting right here =\
Well, pure distilled water is actually non conductive, but the same as with a non conductive coolant if you have alot of dust in your computer and the coolant/water picks up the dust, it can become conductive.
Wow, very detailed and help for guide and video
it would help to include nickle in your comparison charts
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