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Old July 6, 2009, 04:54 PM
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You need to cool one chip above controller (left of large nVidia chip) and one below it.
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Old July 6, 2009, 05:06 PM
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would luv to see a how to if you ever get around to it. ( just very curious how you did this with a router) great looking to by the way
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Old July 6, 2009, 08:34 PM
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OK so here it is ....after a extremely long leak test of 0 hours and 0 minutes here are some results after playing crysis 15 minutes...... these temps just seem too good to be true I am glad that I didnt change anything from the original design because honestly I dont think the results could be better .....thanks again for all your comments....

almost forgot ambient temp was 23 c...in the loop I also have a q9550 @3.6 on a triple rad mrc320
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Old July 7, 2009, 03:35 AM
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sorry i would use rivatuner for temps but they could be right if that's everest. my rivatuner shows the same temps as everest. looking good more pics if u can please luv DIY jobs ( i have never made my own block before and would like to too ) thank again for any info
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Wow great job, that is just awesome. Would love some more pics
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Ive done some more testing and am still very happy with the results...I will post some more pics of the jigs / bits used for the project so you guys can give this a shot
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Thumbs way up Lazy! Awesome DIY job.
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Old July 7, 2009, 08:04 AM
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hell ya those a great temps and a very good looking block too.
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Ive done some more testing and am still very happy with the results...I will post some more pics of the jigs / bits used for the project so you guys can give this a shot
Would love to see the jig and bits used on this, or even to see it being done hehe
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