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Old 16-03-17, 11:33 PM
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Thank you guys for improving the post and the cheering!

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Are those Water Cool heat exchangers?
No, these are not heat exchangers, these are passive coolers Alphacool Cape Cora.
These are not popular, they are forgotten - I decided to use them, because the interesting complement the project.

For coolers Phobya HPC will be mounted fans Alphacool NB-ELOOP:










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Old 16-03-17, 11:39 PM
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Why I chose LED strip, which is not RGB and is in addition unprotected IP - primarily suitable light color, smaller and more densely positioned LED (very bright), the width of 8mm.
RGB strip, at least those that I have seen, do not give such a light color which interested me.
White light there is some pink.
The lack of any protective coating IP gave me the opportunity to actually bend the tape as a sheet of paper, thus nicely put together in the corners without cutting, soldering, or the use of angled connectors.

If I instead coolers HPC applied classic black, the backlight of them would not make much sense.
While illuminate as bright aluminum fins in the radiator HPC, the effect is (IMO) very nice.








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Old 16-03-17, 11:44 PM
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Aluminum fins of the radiator great brighten black benchtable.

Now replace it in places with cooler fans.





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Old 16-03-17, 11:54 PM
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Fixing radiators Cape Coral.
The factory in the set there are any clips for fastening with self-tapping screws, but unfortunately I do not use them because they are ugly and would be on view.
The radiator has only one hole 3 mm.




The idea was to make a longitudinal channel, through which will be able to adjust the position of the radiator.



So that it can adjust the position of the cooler, the agent must have hit the insert with a threaded bore, M3 is shaped such that when the tightening does not rotate in the center.
Inserts made of rod fi12 (this had on hand ).



These two pieces will cut across and we will have 4 pads (2 on the radiator).
I used to cut the cutter blade with a thickness of 0.4 mm



We cut.



Drill holes for the tap.



... And quickly inserts ready.




In this place they will be loaded before installation.

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Old 16-03-17, 11:55 PM
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So I prepare cables.

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Old 17-03-17, 12:03 AM
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Beloved, informative write that both projects will be powered by a very, very good power.
Benchtable will be armed with the Prime Titanium Seasonic 650W, and be quiet Dark Base Pro 900 will get a new, sensational fall out in the test unit EVGA (information soon).








With closer will present braids that were used.












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Old 17-03-17, 12:21 AM
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Not my most shameful fap
Great build log can't wait to see this progress
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Old 17-03-17, 12:08 PM
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No, these are not heat exchangers, these are passive coolers Alphacool Cape Cora.
These are not popular, they are forgotten - I decided to use them, because the interesting complement the project.
I meant these.



They look just like my Water Cool heat exchanger.

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Old 17-03-17, 01:29 PM
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Forgive me, please, now I understand what you mean.

But I have a few words from each other - cooler is of course a kind of heat exchanger (by definition), but speaking of the heat exchanger had in mind such a device - CLICK.
In them heat exchange (not putting as in the case of the cooler).

My Phobya and your Water is Cool coolers HPC (High Performance Computing).
They are specific, transferred from the industry. I chose them for this, because they are very nice, not very popular and their bright aluminum fins fit into my project.
Almost 99% of projects are coolers black and is in addition covered fans. You can only see their sides.

In my project will be different - shows off aluminum fins
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Old 17-03-17, 01:41 PM
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Ohh so yours are Phobya? They aren't radiators. They are heat exchangers.



It's down to the way they are made, and why they can take 5 bar of pressure instead of around 0.6 bar. They are made up of copper tubes inside.
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