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Old June 27, 2008, 05:03 PM
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took some better pics

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Old June 27, 2008, 06:02 PM
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nice rig lowfat ;)
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well here's mine, just finished :)

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Old June 29, 2008, 11:05 PM
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Phobia, which coolant did you use?
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Old June 30, 2008, 07:36 AM
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well here's mine, just finished :)

What a nice and clean rig nikitos, can you privde me your spec and watercooling spec, has well has your temp.

im looking toi watercool my computer and i love your case, tube routing very well done
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Old June 30, 2008, 04:46 PM
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I just used distilled water with fesser one black blue uv dye. that is a nice pc nikitos. I will post pics of my gamer tonight, once its dark, and not too hot :P i hate the heat, and having that pc on makes my room too hot
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What a nice and clean rig nikitos, can you privde me your spec and watercooling spec, has well has your temp.

im looking toi watercool my computer and i love your case, tube routing very well done

thank you :)

my specs are:

E2180 3.0ghz stock volts 31C idle - 48C load (these temps didn't really improve with the Apogee GTover Ninja rev. B, but the ambient temperature is really high at the moment, I'll have to check how I mounted it too)
XFX 8800GT stock 41C idle - 48C load (about 15-20C improvement here :) with an EK FC-88 block)

other than the water block and fans, the water cooling parts I used are similiar to those in the Swiftech kits.
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Nice Phobes. Not easy to do with a mATX case!
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I just got my swiftech res today let me tell yea thats one sexxxy piece of gear lol its bigger then i thought it would be. And its nice looking at all these pics gives me ideas of mounting the res on my case. Glad to see all soo many people watercooling!!!
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