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plastered
By: plastered Rating: 8 (2 votes)
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Cost: $1400
Last updated: 01/10/2007
   
Info: AMD XP2500 Barton
MSI K7N2 Delta
Corsair 1 gig PC3500
Nvidia FX5200 Ultra
36G WD SATA 10,000 rpm HD with cooler
52x Sony CD-ROM
Generic floppy

Watercooled System:
Danger Den CPU, chipset, and GPU water blocks
Eheim 1250 pump
Black Ice Extreme 2 radiator
Typhoon Quad bay reservoir

Average Temps:
ambient 30c: CPU 40c(load), chipset 34c(load), GPU 44c(load)
ambient 27c: CPU 32c(idle), chipset 30c(idle), GPU 39c(idle)
Comments: (17)
Hushplz commented on 2005-11-23 22:00:00 that:
nice job m8

lost commented on 2005-09-19 22:00:00 that:
the inside is to bright. espically the top. why not put a UV around the bottom?

Psychotic_god commented on 2005-09-13 22:00:00 that:
Too much liquid tubes!

The_WRATH commented on 2004-10-08 22:00:00 that:
whata maze!
nice man,

Ghost2520 commented on 2003-12-20 22:00:00 that:
Best water cooling setup I have seen so far in the case gallery! What kind of reservoir is that? I was also planning on making a system with res and pump contained in drive space. PM if you can remember what kind of reservoir it is.

KRVSNET commented on 2003-11-23 22:00:00 that:
Nice Setup i think i saw a fish swimming around there somewhere !

KRVSNET commented on 2003-11-23 22:00:00 that:
Nice Setup i think i saw a fish swimming around there somewhere !

Dignan commented on 2003-10-11 22:00:00 that:
Which part of the system then runs to the radiator? If all blocks run to the resevoir, the hot water from the blocks is just mixing with the stuff cooled by the radiator. I may be looking at this wrong, but from what I can tell that is how it is run. I have to say though, very very clean job even with all the tubing, very nice job and it's got a great look.

plastered commented on 2003-10-11 22:00:00 that:
Yeah, with all the tubes running all over the place, it's really hard to tell what tubes go to where in the photos. If you can follow my set up, here it is...The pump sucks the water from the res.., then it goes straight up to the radiator( it's the farthest tube at the back going up ), then out of the radiator branching to each block, then each block goes back to the res..

wenis commented on 2003-10-08 22:00:00 that:
nice job man, i bet that monster is heavy as hell haha

Xero commented on 2003-10-08 22:00:00 that:
go for a 9700PRO or a 9800PRO... the FX5900 ultra is more expencive and not as good. although i do like the case alot... especially that 5.25 bay reservoir. nice job

krich commented on 2003-10-07 22:00:00 that:
nice case
note-if you deside to paint the inside
use automotive paint looks the best

Sweet Overclocker commented on 2003-10-07 22:00:00 that:
Nice computer....... lots of tubes there :D. How did you do that CDrom mod ?? looks great

Sweet Overclocker commented on 2003-10-07 22:00:00 that:
Nice computer....... lots of tubes there :D. How did you do that CDrom mod ?? looks great

C0DE commented on 2003-10-07 22:00:00 that:
damn nice .. too bad that gpu cooler is on a fx5200, slap on a 9800xt and oc it to hell and back. and you didnt say what your cpu was running at.

forum7 commented on 2003-10-07 22:00:00 that:
What happened to the fish? Nice looking aquarium. Try using some damping material for that pump to reduce any harmful vibration.

plastered commented on 2003-10-07 22:00:00 that:
Thanks for all your comments and tips. The reason why I have lots of tubes is each block dumps it's own hot water back into the reservoir rather then the next block. I agree, my vid card is a bit outdated but looking into a FX5900 Ultra. Anyways, I'm clocking in @ 2.124 gigs. So far this is the most stable clockspeed. When I talk about stable, I mean boot up, play harsh games, and shutdown without the PS switch...haha.


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