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Manne

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Coopr pipes

These cooper pipes and fittings are ordinary plumbers equipment. Soldering on a brass fitting that I made in my lathe with a G1/4" tread inside and the used Bitspower Black rotating fittings on each side.
Bitspower ? Future Design Unique
Works great and no kinks etc on the copper tubes. Outside diameter on these pipes are 15mm.
And they turned out to be cheaper then hoses?? Hopefully the pic's makes it easier to get a grip on what I mean.

Cheers Manne
 

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BrainEater

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Ah the custom Braineater cpu clip finds a home. Nice to see that handmade work of art! I was sitting here thinkin... wait a second am I lookin at my computer? Did i just enter the Twilight Zone? WHERE AM I? :):thumb:
Yep that's a sexy blockplate.

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How are your temps running in parallel like that?
Strong pump? I would be worried personally, about stagnant water :S
The pump is an MCP35X. It runs @ 0% PWM (~1300rpm according to SpeedFan) most of the time. If I increase to 30% (2000rpm) temps decrease by 3-4C. Anything over that has no impact at all, just noise. But Speedfan only increases past 0% once the GPUs reach 65C or the CPU 75C.

Temps are good enough for me. CPU is stock and tops out @ 60C under Prime95. The GPUs (@1254MHz) stay around 50-55C under load.
 

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