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    Default Fully Custom Made Water cooler in BD

    Hi, ppl of banglagamer forum... im minitt,

    Im presenting u my 1st

    custom made CPU water blockk which is now fully

    operational. (after long time of hard effort ofcourse

    CPU prescott 3.0ghz stock(200fsb) @ 3.7 ghz (3690mhz) (246 X 4= 984mhz )

    Idle 46 C with WC (56 C @ stok HS)

    MAX load 54 C with WC (76 C @ stok HS)

    Motherboard Asus P5GPL (No integrated GPU)

    i think motherboards without integrated GPU is more overclock friendly.

    right now my main bottleneck is my DDR1 RAM :mad:

    cant get past 3.7 as my ram cant handle beyond this....

    but im happy with it...caz i used to OC at 3.6 and

    issues like overheating. Now im running 3.7 without any

    problem.


    making this water cooler wasnt easy though becaz i used a

    reconditioned CAR Fuel pump from DHOLAI KHAL for

    1000/= taka and it didnt last last long( only 3 days)

    I guess it was just a bad luck. MY 2nd Fuel pump seems

    quite well. Running it for more than a week(24/7)

    without any problem.

    other than the pump i didnt face much of a problem

    but iahve a plan to replace my current fuel pump with

    something more durable. So, any suggestion regarding PUMP

    is greaty appreciated.
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    Fuel Pump is made for Fuel, so It might not go smoothly with water, you should try Water Pump which is usually used with Car Radiators. This might help you a lot Water Cooling You need this type of pump: Water Pump

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    Make sure fries are only made in your kitchen Good luck.

    You sure you couldn't have achieved better result with a good air cooling system ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by darkcrunk View Post
    Make sure fries are only made in your kitchen Good luck.

    You sure you couldn't have achieved better result with a good air cooling system ?
    Same quesion? :-/

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    proper water cooling is better than any air cooling.

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    but water cooling only comes to mind when your trying to do some serious overclocking especially with insane hardwares.. echara water cooling diye ki hobe jani na..

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    Dont forget that its a FREAKING PRESSCOTT 55/76 is quite normal with Stok HS Running @ oced 3.7ghz

    Nw @ deserfox ...could u mention the Car make and model that has independent water pump for its radiator???

    caz most of da car i have came across has engine driven Passive pump which will not serve my purpose.

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    Okies, I will check with the mechanics.

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    cool dude. chalaya jan. jedin market e sarben ami 1st customer hobo sure....
    Speed is like ADDICTION.....

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    ah...finally i see someone in bd whos into overclocking!

    i made a custom water cooler too four years back, when i was running my 'barton' core XP2500+. buy i used a swiftech 12v pump, not a fuel pump.

    which blocks are you using for the cpu? or is it a custom block? how many fins/dimensions/copper or aluminium? did u lap it properly? and what are you using for the radiator? any pictures?

    sorry for so many questions

    im running my core2 1.86 @ 3.13 by the way . intel QX9770 coming up

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    ah...finally i see someone in bd whos into overclocking!

    i made a custom water cooler too four years back, when i was running my 'barton' core XP2500+. buy i used a swiftech 12v pump, not a fuel pump.

    which blocks are you using for the cpu? or is it a custom block? how many fins/dimensions/copper or aluminium? did u lap it properly? and what are you using for the radiator? any pictures?

    sorry for so many questions

    im running my core2 1.86 @ 3.13 by the way . intel QX9770 coming up

    cheers
    heyy there man..... nice to c som1 in the same playing field

    The block is purely custom made with a seppar machine from nobabpur.

    and yes i have laaped the surface with 1000sand paper (quiet close to mirros polish as i can see my finger on it

    im using a condenser as a radiator with dual pass fan.

    BTW do u still have the swiftech water pump. (i wonder if u wana sell it!!??)

    im looking for a durable water pump.so if u can help me to find som

    then it would be awsome.

    reach me here 01714204577

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    I was wondering for a long time when you 2 guys would meet....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sin Eater View Post
    I was wondering for a long time when you 2 guys would meet....
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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    Hi, ppl of banglagamer forum... im minitt,

    Im presenting u my 1st

    custom made CPU water blockk which is now fully

    operational. (after long time of hard effort ofcourse

    CPU prescott 3.0ghz stock(200fsb) @ 3.7 ghz (3690mhz) (246 X 4= 984mhz )

    Idle 46 C with WC (56 C @ stok HS)

    MAX load 54 C with WC (76 C @ stok HS)

    Motherboard Asus P5GPL (No integrated GPU)

    i think motherboards without integrated GPU is more overclock friendly.

    right now my main bottleneck is my DDR1 RAM :mad:

    cant get past 3.7 as my ram cant handle beyond this....

    but im happy with it...caz i used to OC at 3.6 and

    issues like overheating. Now im running 3.7 without any

    problem.


    making this water cooler wasnt easy though becaz i used a

    reconditioned CAR Fuel pump from DHOLAI KHAL for

    1000/= taka and it didnt last last long( only 3 days)

    I guess it was just a bad luck. MY 2nd Fuel pump seems

    quite well. Running it for more than a week(24/7)

    without any problem.

    other than the pump i didnt face much of a problem

    but iahve a plan to replace my current fuel pump with

    something more durable. So, any suggestion regarding PUMP

    is greaty appreciated.
    Nice Work!!!

    It's hard to believe that some one made a DIY LCS in BD...

    Keep up the good work.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    heyy there man..... nice to c som1 in the same playing field

    The block is purely custom made with a seppar machine from nobabpur.

    and yes i have laaped the surface with 1000sand paper (quiet close to mirros polish as i can see my finger on it

    im using a condenser as a radiator with dual pass fan.

    BTW do u still have the swiftech water pump. (i wonder if u wana sell it!!??)

    im looking for a durable water pump.so if u can help me to find som

    then it would be awsome.

    reach me here 01714204577
    great

    i sold off my pumps when i went to uk a year back, just got thermalright (T.R.U.E) after that..

    so no sadly i dont have it anymore

    ill give you a call sometime, i want to see the block

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    well the block is quite heavy since there is nothin but copper in it. except the 4 block

    holder.

    im goin for a major upgrade of my whole system during the last of 2009 or mi8 wait for

    nehalem and im quite hopefull to enhance my current water cooling n put that into

    future use.

    Btw does any of u have ne idea how well the aquarium pump (the pump that flows water not air called fountain pump and submarsible) mi8 perform.

    these pump costs around 1500-1700 taka but i doubt that these pump wont last long

    due to hot water. any thought or ideaa....ne1

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    Default Re: Fully Custom Made Water cooler in BD

    Nice work! Very cheap custom made water cooler u made there.

    & yea, u cd try & uze n aquarium pump, datz a nice ida 2.

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    Default Re: Fully Custom Made Water cooler in BD

    Quote Originally Posted by minitt View Post
    well the block is quite heavy since there is nothin but copper in it. except the 4 block

    holder.

    im goin for a major upgrade of my whole system during the last of 2009 or mi8 wait for

    nehalem and im quite hopefull to enhance my current water cooling n put that into

    future use.

    Btw does any of u have ne idea how well the aquarium pump (the pump that flows water not air called fountain pump and submarsible) mi8 perform.

    these pump costs around 1500-1700 taka but i doubt that these pump wont last long

    due to hot water. any thought or ideaa....ne1
    nehalem is a socket change mind u, so u need to modify your mounting brackets

    the aquarian pump's flow rate is the only concern. you might need more flow rate, i think reliability will be less of a concern honestly

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    Default Re: Fully Custom Made Water cooler in BD

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    nehalem is a socket change mind u, so u need to modify your mounting brackets

    the aquarian pump's flow rate is the only concern. you might need more flow rate, i think reliability will be less of a concern honestly
    well flow rate isnt issue at all as i ll keep minimum working distance and heght from the cpu block.

    i was only concerned about the 24/7 duty cycle of aquarium pump when dealing with hot water compared to cold water of aquarium environment..

    so if u r quite certain dat reliability is not of a bigg issu then i'll go for it.

    have u had ne experience with such pump....

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    Default Re: Fully Custom Made Water cooler in BD

    Plz post sum picz of ur rad....im gonna make 1 soon..nd plz post ur total cost..........

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