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    |SilentDeath|: Didn't know that was required... thanks They are tucked in warm as the vapos design with the PSU
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    back on with the chat

    Back to the subject.

    I have made another waterblock today in work, and am feeling pretty proud of myself, piccy here............ http://www.guntha.btinternet.co.uk/waterblock.jpg only taken on my camera phone so exscuse quality.

    I have ordered a new 120mm fan for my rad,

    Also got a DD reservoir comming, some arctic silver, and a 1200L/Hr Eheim 1250 pump.

    Any other sugestions?
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    Cant see picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun
    Cant see picture?
    try again

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    Looks good

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    haha!!!!! after a few hours of lapping the base etc, instaled the whole system now,

    Getting temps (STOCK CLOCK) of 28 idle, and 31 under load

    New pump comming tomorrow, so will clock it tomoorw night

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    Block looks nice, can i have one? Would contribute of course

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    Lapping's fun isnt it.

    Going to have a go at another block next weekend. Just need some 5mm copper/lucite sheet to use a top.

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    Cool temps! Now you need to overclock

    Your block looks very nice. Did you mill the polycarbonate as well?

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    yes, all milled , easier than filing way

    cant wait to overclock this baby

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun
    Block looks nice, can i have one? Would contribute of course
    Nah mate, with all the designing, milling filing, took me about 10 hours, can give you the design tho?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAteKeeper
    Lapping's fun isnt it.

    Going to have a go at another block next weekend. Just need some 5mm copper/lucite sheet to use a top.

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    My tops made out of perspex, that do ya? got loads here, will post you a square if you cover p+p

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    Quote Originally Posted by madocks
    Nah mate, with all the designing, milling filing, took me about 10 hours, can give you the design tho?
    Its just the milling that i would have the problem with

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun
    Its just the milling that i would have the problem with
    Ive got to mill my north bridge, once complete a very good mate of mine, ERU wants a north bridge and cpu block. If i Have time while im doing them I possibly can whack you a pair off.

    However, thats a maybe, not a deffo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madocks
    Ive got to mill my north bridge, once complete a very good mate of mine, ERU wants a north bridge and cpu block. If i Have time while im doing them I possibly can whack you a pair off.

    However, thats a maybe, no a deffo.
    Thanks alot mate

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    I have some 6mm perspex that would do the job - I am not continced of its tensile strength for use as a hold down plate as well.
    Cheers for the offer though.

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