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Upgrading my 3D Test PC with Koolance Exos 2.5 Water Cooling
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Author:  Bloody [ 04 Jul 2010, 15:20 ]
Post subject:  Re: Upgrading my 3D Test PC with Koolance Exos 2.5 Water Coo

I've added coloring to the cooling liquid, but a bit later, so that is why it is not on these photos of the work process. I'm doing some more modifications and tweaks on the system, so there will be more updates coming soon, including the overclock results for the CPU and the GPU. But since I'm also busy with the other water cooled 3D test PC that I'm currently finishing this is left on standby for now... the worklog for the other system with water cooling (a much more impressive one) is coming very soon too... ;)

Author:  thomasjn [ 04 Jul 2010, 15:34 ]
Post subject:  Re: Upgrading my 3D Test PC with Koolance Exos 2.5 Water Coo

Thanks for the help bloody, its appreciated :)
Watercooling can seem expensive and risky as a beginner, so its nice with some advices.

"(a much more impressive one) is coming very soon too... ;)"
Cant wait to see a even more impressive system :D


About the watercooling, i have been using some hours today, reading about watercooling, looking at parts and the prices of them.
I've found parts for 400euro in all, and it seems like its abit expensive for what ive found.
I'm using a HAF 922 chassis, and it's possible to have 2x 120mm fans in the top, and there's allready holes in the back for tupes to exit the chassis.

If i can find the description of the parts on international sites, would there be a chance you could take a look on them, and see if there is anything im missing and such? :)

Author:  Bloody [ 04 Jul 2010, 17:39 ]
Post subject:  Re: Upgrading my 3D Test PC with Koolance Exos 2.5 Water Coo

No problem, just open a separate topic about that so there we can comment freely about the specific solution and the options you have, so that this one can remain focused on the specific water cooling upgrade... ;)

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