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I want to get a white carbon vinyl and do my PSU and CPU block and maybe RAM... biggrin.gif Or a baby blue like Maximum PCs 2012 Dream PC! biggrin.gif

If I had the time and budget(and skills) I'd want to build something like this but watercooled.

post #67217 of 149531
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If I had the time and budget(and skills) I'd want to build something like this but watercooled.

case out of wood. wood and heat do not go well with each other. But w/e. 

post #67218 of 149531
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case out of wood. wood and heat do not go well with each other. But w/e. 

You managed to not look at the massive amount of venting?

post #67219 of 149531
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

You managed to not look at the massive amount of venting?

still is not good for wood. 

post #67220 of 149531
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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

still is not good for wood. 

You realise that in a PC a minuscule fraction of heat is actually conducted out of the case through the enclosure right? The material a case is made of makes no difference at all to it's cooling ability. NONE.

post #67221 of 149531
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You realise that in a PC a minuscule fraction of heat is actually conducted out of the case through the enclosure right? The material a case is made of makes no difference at all to it's cooling ability. NONE.
And it will NOT get hot enough to catch on fire! rolleyes.gif
post #67222 of 149531
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

EK doesn't have any problems with it's Nickel plated blocks now, that was around 3 years ago. In the UK/EU, EK are also the cheapest, although imo, Aquacomputer have the best looking blocks. I went all Nickel because it matched the look of my components better than the copper blocks.

 

Cost breakdown:

 

Item Cost/U$D
CPU block 80
GPU block 130
GPU backplate 40
240mm radiator 67
Fans 30
Laing DDC 18W pump 103
Acrylic pump top 27
Reservoir(single bay) 40
Masterkleer tubing, 6ft 15
Fittings, compression and angled 120
Total 652

Masterkleer is awful. Durelene is considered best right now. Primochill dropped due to some plasticizer issues now. Tygon is great but expensive. Durelene is from the same company that makes Tygon but without all of those extra additives and stuff.

 

A replacement pump top isn't necessary.

 

240mm radiator isn't safe unless you're going with parts that run at fairly low temperatures when stressed. It's common rule for 120mm for every CPU, GPU, or whatever else produced that much heat along with a spare 120mm so he'd need a 360mm radiator or 420mm (for 140mm rad standards).

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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

If I had the time and budget(and skills) I'd want to build something like this but watercooled.

That build isn't really to my liking. It's personal preference after all. Parvum System's S1.0 is pretty neat although I like the build Model 01 right now.

 

Parvum S1.0 : http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=257425

 

Model 01 (this guy did an awesome job) : http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=255285


Edited by HybridCore - 3/23/13 at 6:01pm
post #67223 of 149531
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

You realise that in a PC a minuscule fraction of heat is actually conducted out of the case through the enclosure right? The material a case is made of makes no difference at all to it's cooling ability. NONE.

yup. still, nope. If I had that fine wood, I'd do something else with it. very_evil_smiley.gif

post #67224 of 149531
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

You realise that in a PC a minuscule fraction of heat is actually conducted out of the case through the enclosure right? The material a case is made of makes no difference at all to it's cooling ability. NONE.

Unless in direct contact like in some MacBook Pros or some iMacs where I could give myself a burn if I touched it for a bit.

post #67225 of 149531
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

 

That build isn't really to my liking. It's personal preference after all. Parvum System's S1.0 is pretty neat although I like the build Model 01 right now.

 

Parvum S1.0 : http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=257425

 

Model 01 (this guy did an awesome job) : http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=255285

I like the look, but it's just too similar to stuff already on the market(except acrylic). With full custom case, I tend to prefer something different.

post #67226 of 149531
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Unless in direct contact like in some MacBook Pros or some iMacs where I could give myself a burn if I touched it for a bit.

 
The heatsink of Apple computers do not touch the aluminum case. 
post #67227 of 149531
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Unless in direct contact like in some MacBook Pros or some iMacs where I could give myself a burn if I touched it for a bit.
That's cause they have almost no room for airflow... wink.gif
post #67228 of 149531
My sound card will start crackling, then work right, then mess up again... what should I do? Send it in?
post #67229 of 149531
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Originally Posted by gopanthersgo1 View Post


That's cause they have almost no room for airflow... wink.gif

post #67230 of 149531
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My sound card will start crackling, then work right, then mess up again... what should I do? Send it in?

Check to make sure it isn't you.

 

Drivers, physical fit in correctly, Windows settings, program settings.

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