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    Default PUREOC Water Cooling Gallery

    Is your rig on some type of liquid cooling method (traditonal WC or TEC, Phase...etc) and wanna to show off?

    Post your pictures here, please try to keep your images at resonable resolution (640x480 RGB, if you can, image res and size sample below) because this thread will be take a long time to post when there are ton of images.

    ENJOY!



    Here is my Techie WC setup


    Water Cooling Jig


    You can find my other WC setup in All Ablums forum.

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    Love the taps Deton!! Such a powerful setup he needs flowrate control

    So much easier not to have the case till it's working right.
    Rig2: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Asus z9 pe-d8 ws, 32gb ripjawsz under water, rig3 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Supermicro 7047A-T 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig4: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @3.1), Supermicro x9 DAi 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig5: 2*e5-2660 (16c/32t @2.7), Supermicro x9 DRW iF 32GB 1600 ecc reg, on air

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    The pump is pretty strong you can actually see the fluid moving and turbulence in the tubes .
    The pressure values are for quick shut off and drain the coolant to change the blocks without priming the pump all over again. This setup is dedicated for water block reviewing only. I don't use the pressure value for the normal rig, it's too bulky.

    You should see the other setup I have. I use 1/2" tubing as you see in the pic and I use 3/8" tubing from the values to all the blocks, turbulence galore.

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    Hey Deton what happen to your silverstone Rig ?
    that one looks good too

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Hey Deton what happen to your silverstone Rig ?
    that one looks good too
    still have it but at the moment I have it ripped apart, I'm revamping for a new setup for the MIIF.
    I still have the MF pictures in the Photo Albums forum.

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    VERY nice. I was toying with putting my Freezone/Swiftech onto my new Core i7 rig as the new test bench. Valve and a drain would be nice. I should bring my setup to your place Deton and get you to help me!

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    Considering you guys live 20mins away from each other, that would be a good idea, but your going to have to get a LGA1366 mounting kit. . Nice job Deton ! I like the tech station you built

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    VERY nice. I was toying with putting my Freezone/Swiftech onto my new Core i7 rig as the new test bench. Valve and a drain would be nice. I should bring my setup to your place Deton and get you to help me!
    PM me what you have in mind.

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    Nice rig, Deton!
    I'll post some pics of my new test-bench, when it's finished.

    So tell me, is this gallery supposed to be for pics of entire watercooling systems only, or are pics of just components welcome?

    For example:



    Or:


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    Hi Shane

    You should show your complete water cooling system, then you could show blocks. I think Deton's photo on the top of this page is one of his test systems, I know he also has a system installed in a TJ-09. He built his own tech station, and did a fantastic job ! Shane, what kind of digital cam are you using ?

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    Yeah, let show off the whole water cooled rig and then you can show off some components at close up if you like. I will have my MIIF rig pics soon, I just made some chances after mobo came back from RMA. Therefore, I didn't have much time to finish up the setup.

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    DDesign, is that a self-made reservoir? Never seen one like that.


    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Hi Shane

    You should show your complete water cooling system, then you could show blocks. I think Deton's photo on the top of this page is one of his test systems, I know he also has a system installed in a TJ-09. He built his own tech station, and did a fantastic job ! Shane, what kind of digital cam are you using ?
    I'm using a Nikon D50. The top pic (Agopee GTZ) was shot with an aftermarket lens. It allows for much higher quality pics but unfortunately I have to move really far away from the object I'm shooting so it's not really the right kind of lens for product photography. That's why I mostly use the standard D50 lens (which isn't very great).
    I'll post pics of my complete systems once they're done. Both my test-rig and my personal system are being changed atm, so there's nothing to show right now.
    Last edited by HESmelaugh; 08-12-2008 at 02:29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HESmelaugh View Post
    DDesign, is that a self-made reservoir? Never seen one like that..
    its a primochill typhoon... i had a swiftech micro-res but was having hard time intergrating it into setup then i think this came out that day which was super convient and you can set up dual loop from it.If i had the room i would dual loop...antec 900 pushing the boundaries now lol..

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    As promised here is the MIIF rig.
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    Crossfire


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    MIIF Res


    It was fun (challenge) to do cable management with this case, especially with all the tubing. I wish this case is about 1/2" wider at the back of mobo tray so I can hide all those cables.

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    Wow, nice rig!

    Pics are good, too. What kind of tubing do you use for that? The tubing from the second GPU to the small radiator looks quite adventurous! :-)

    I just got my new, custom made testing-table today. I'll post pics once I've set it up.

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