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Old March 19, 2008, 10:37 PM
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Sorry for an OT question but in Post#14 of this thread Cardboard box with DSL provides a link to PT-Nuke. Looking at the close up pic it says it contains copper... Copper what? Anyone know? Could it be copper sulphate?
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Yes it is copper sulphate.
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Old March 20, 2008, 06:46 AM
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Where'd you order from? just don't recognise the yellow bars on the order form. Is that one of NCIX's invoices that they email out?
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Old March 20, 2008, 09:04 AM
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Thats an NCIX internet order confirmation email.
The yellow there is from my numerous price matches, which saved me over $80

biff, Heres a link to Petra's website with some info on the PT-NUKE
Just remember not to drink it...
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Old March 21, 2008, 08:38 AM
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Yes it is copper sulphate.
Great. I wasn't sure if it'd be a good idea using Copper Sulphate in a WC loop but apparently it's just fine. Now to do the math to figure out the concentration since mine is in pure powder form.... is there a chemist in the house??
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Another vote for the Cosmos 1000. I have 2 rads mounted internally with no trouble. One 120 and one 2x120 for a two loop wc setup. Plenty of room. The top rad is off-set from the fan holes slightly but that is without any modifications. I replaced the rear swiftech rad with thermochill PA and only have one fan on it now but everything else is as you see it.

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How did you off-set the rad?

I'm looking at doing one this weekend, and figure I'll just mount the rad to one of the top fans in a push/pull config.
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How did you off-set the rad?

I'm looking at doing one this weekend, and figure I'll just mount the rad to one of the top fans in a push/pull config.
The top rad is connected to only one of the fan holes and it slightly off set from the second one since the spacing for the two top fan holes are spread apart far enough for 140mm fans. Both fans are set to push the air out of the case through the rad. Using this configuration my 2900Xt runs at 53c under full load overclocked to almost 900mhz and the NB runs at 30c. The smaller rad is connected to my Athlon FX 60 overclocked from 2.6 to 2.8 and it runs at 32c idle, 46c under full load.
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The top rad is connected to only one of the fan holes and it slightly off set from the second one since the spacing for the two top fan holes are spread apart far enough for 140mm fans. Both fans are set to push the air out of the case through the rad. Using this configuration my 2900Xt runs at 53c under full load overclocked to almost 900mhz and the NB runs at 30c. The smaller rad is connected to my Athlon FX 60 overclocked from 2.6 to 2.8 and it runs at 32c idle, 46c under full load.
Ok, that's exactly what I had in mind (push on the bottom, pull on the top).
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Damn, It seems like I may have a problem...
My Swiftech MCRES-MICRO is back ordered with a 'it'll get here when it gets here' eta...
Any ideas on maybe a custom ghetto res until mine comes in, or another place with one in stock?

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