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Old 30-04-09, 11:08 AM
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WC for i7 System

As some of you know I have this project going on ( under Isotope in search ) and have decided to change things a bit by adding WC with some Peltier cells cooling this coolant il be using. So far that is not a problem, got everything I need for the Tec's to be temp regulated and not lower the water temp by more then 15 Degs or so.

The thing is I really want to WC every possible part of this new system, NB, SB, Mofset, Ram, Gpu and the Cpu everything I possibly can. Just to let you know leakage is not a problem so take that off your minds :P.

I just want to hear what you guys have to say and what suggestions you could make on the different blocks I could use. Right now I am leaning towards the Asus Workstation or the Rampage II. Core will most likely be 920.

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Old 30-04-09, 11:26 AM
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I'd go with the reii matey, and get a full set of bitspower blocks like what's going in the MNR rig. I can paint them for you for extra bling if you like aswell. The blocks cool very well and unlike the so blocks cool the dpi board fets aswell.
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Old 30-04-09, 12:08 PM
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Yeah i saw some of your youtube vids the paint jobs are sick m8. Problem is I live in Malta..

I never heard of Reii gonna do some research thanks for the tip

( hmm unless I pay you through visa somehow and you get them/paint them for me :P )
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Old 30-04-09, 12:24 PM
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Reii is the rapmage 2 extreme. I don't mind posting out to you matey, can even get board here if needs be and send with blocks mounted for you.
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Old 01-05-09, 10:10 PM
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Finally got the cell, lemme say I am more then impressed .... room temp to 4 degs in about 2 seconds tops. This was using the 245 Watt cell with a 7 Volt battery at 1 amp. Insane power for such low current and voltage.

The way I am going to do this is have a thermostat controlling the Cells to keep the WC loops at a good 15 degs maybe colder, depends what I can do about humidity.
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Old 01-05-09, 11:13 PM
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I hope you've insulated your motherboard to withstand moisture caused by condensation?
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Old 01-05-09, 11:18 PM
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no real need as the Radiator the cells will be cooling down are in a seperate compartment, as for the pipes getting to cold I have a Thermostat that regulates the cells. Though yes I will still be moisture proofing the motherboard. At the pace I am going though the case won't be ready for another month.. so busy grrr
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Old 02-05-09, 07:05 PM
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Let me know if you want blocks done ect matey, it takes me ages to do the blocks as theres nd effect/colour can be done though
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