Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by sahara_mafia, Dec 11, 2011.
thanks ty i keep it in mind
some people r interested to sponsor me
and a 1000 wat psu
so i am waiting for it mean wile i am saving for Plexiglas-$500
and the drilling of the block
then it will be putting all the pieces together
how many holes should i drill in the copper piece ??
For water cooling? I would think just an input and output...
yess for the wc
i was thinking to loop it in before the water comes out
the base of the copper piece does not cover the chip is it fine will it cool
or i need to do some panel beating
Not sure about using water cooling but with air Intel seems to think just the center needs cooled... Thus the round copper slug on the factory heatsink. Not sure I follow their logic on that but then again most of my important machines are AMD...
coz i was checking the size of the am 3+ chip it is 44 mm by 44 mm
and the slug is 38 mm
I would find a larger chunk of copper, preferably square. It's going to be a lot easier to work with and it would cover the CPU better. (I mentioned this quite some time ago...)
How are you going to mount this once it's all drilled?
i be making a bracket and removing the default plastic which locks the heat sink
and the back plate i will use the one which comes with the board
this is the rad i am going to use
I guess you won't need a fan for that one!
got a pump powerful enough to force the water through?
that rad could be like the front and side part of the chassis LOL
i thought u would post those smilies
that was the plan at first but then just wanted to put some fans just in case
yess i did
i took one out of an old aircon i tested it with the rad it is ok
but when putting it finally i would buy a new pump
that wan the plan
i found one i will post pics tomoro or monday
now i am making a plan to drill through the fins to run 4 loops or so
i got this from a old hp computer
the dvd rw for the modd
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