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tHE_0ne
04-06-03, 06:09 PM
Mobo: EPoX 8RGA+ (thanks to Burke)

Cpu: Amd tbred-b 1700 (im buying a certian model)

Ram: might leave in my 256 samsung and 256 kingston
or buy some Geli/hyperx ? for duel channel ddr.

Cooling: Thermaltake water cooling yet (yes im a noob)

HD: WD 80GB SE (stole from my brother, will give him my 40GB)

I hope to get 2.5ghz + stable.

my currernt mobo/cpu/HCC-001 heatsink and ram will be for sale.

Cypher
04-06-03, 06:13 PM
Originally posted by tHE_0ne


HD: WD 80GB SE (stole from my brother, will give him my 40GB)

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:D LOL. I think we all saw that one comming. Nice set up though. ;)

extreme
04-06-03, 06:18 PM
I would go wid corsair RAM, but it is up to you.

Extreme

Mehmet
04-06-03, 06:31 PM
i would be suprised if that watercooling kit gave you more than a 100 mhz OC..

GL with that..

tHE_0ne
04-06-03, 06:42 PM
Originally posted by Mehmet
i would be suprised if that watercooling kit gave you more than a 100 mhz OC..

GL with that..

People are ocing this 1700 chip (1.4 ghz stock) to 1.90 ghz easily on STOCK cooling

ub3r_n00b
04-06-03, 06:46 PM
get a SLK-800...

The Tt watercooling thing sukz.. no offence but it does...

-Preet

tHE_0ne
04-06-03, 06:56 PM
Originally posted by ub3r_n00b
get a SLK-800...

The Tt watercooling thing sukz.. no offence but it does...

-Preet

I cant stand noise, Im buying it for $90 bucks

Brk
04-06-03, 06:57 PM
Indeed, the Aquarius won't give you much more cooling than a good heatsink/fan combo would.

ub3r_n00b
04-06-03, 07:02 PM
Get the Swiftech MCX462+ with the fan that comes on the vantec airflow(ymd or something or maybee TMD)... that will give ye some cooling.. better than the Aquarius 2


-Preet

SLK
04-06-03, 08:33 PM
Just buy a volcano9

tHE_0ne
04-06-03, 08:55 PM
Originally posted by SLK
Just buy a volcano9

Have it, used it, crap

I really like my HHC-001, but the noise.

Im thinking about buying this watercooling kit and adding in a larger radiator (junk yard find a small car one) or a larger pump?

surfhurleydude
04-06-03, 09:18 PM
Shell out another 90 and get this:

http://www.swiftnets.com/products/H20-8500-0.asp

Performance features:

1/2" (Tubing OD) combined with 330 GPH pump for optimal flow rate
Extreme performance water-bocks with patent pending Diamond-Pin Matrix© technology
80mm copper-core Radiator ith dual 80mm low profile (15mm) fans rated at 29CFM (32dBA) each

MCW5000-A™ water-block compatible with:
AMD® Duron®, Athlon®, MP & XP, socket 462
Intel® Pentium® 3, socket 370
MCR80-F Radiator with (2) 80x80x15mm fans rated at 29CFM (32dBA) each, (2) nylon clamps
MCK525™ kit assembly, including MCP300 115V pump terminated for connection to relay switch, FB500 fill-and-bleed kit, 5 1/4" tray
PRS kit, including relay switch, A/C socket, stainless steel cover plate, A/C power cord
12 feet 1/2" vinyl tubing, and tube inserts
2 Oz bottle HydrX™ extreme duty coolant
Arctic Alumina™ thermal paste



Hmm....Yumm... If I ever stop talking **** and actually get a water cooling unit, this is what I'll get...
:D

Mehmet
04-06-03, 09:44 PM
Originally posted by tHE_0ne


I hope to get 2.5ghz + stable.




People are ocing this 1700 chip (1.4 ghz stock) to 1.90 ghz easily on STOCK cooling

um, so..

i think you just 0wned yourself. :D

that swifty will definetly cool.. and the v9 is great when youve got the temp sensor on.

Hopeful
04-06-03, 09:59 PM
Originally posted by surfhurleydude
Shell out another 90 and get this:

http://www.swiftnets.com/products/H20-8500-0.asp

Performance features:

1/2" (Tubing OD) combined with 330 GPH pump for optimal flow rate
Extreme performance water-bocks with patent pending Diamond-Pin Matrix© technology
80mm copper-core Radiator ith dual 80mm low profile (15mm) fans rated at 29CFM (32dBA) each

MCW5000-A™ water-block compatible with:
AMD® Duron®, Athlon®, MP & XP, socket 462
Intel® Pentium® 3, socket 370
MCR80-F Radiator with (2) 80x80x15mm fans rated at 29CFM (32dBA) each, (2) nylon clamps
MCK525™ kit assembly, including MCP300 115V pump terminated for connection to relay switch, FB500 fill-and-bleed kit, 5 1/4" tray
PRS kit, including relay switch, A/C socket, stainless steel cover plate, A/C power cord
12 feet 1/2" vinyl tubing, and tube inserts
2 Oz bottle HydrX™ extreme duty coolant
Arctic Alumina™ thermal paste



Hmm....Yumm... If I ever stop talking **** and actually get a water cooling unit, this is what I'll get...
:D taint compatable with your p4 chip

surfhurleydude
04-07-03, 05:17 AM
taint compatable with your p4 chip

only difference is that the p4 version has a diff waterblock... i was just showing tyler the one he should get :p

tHE_0ne
04-07-03, 02:05 PM
I read more on the thermaltake water cooling system

Im just going to build a custom one, with a fish tank pump/honda heatcore/ and a Danger Den Maze 3.

I need some ideas tho for a Reservoir/ how to turn on pump with my machine? (maybe use my psu)

Mehmet
04-07-03, 03:12 PM
Im pretty sure of this, but, just double check.

A pump uses 110v AC, and your PSU gives out 12v/5v DC... so, your gonna have to plug in the pump to an outlet outside of the pc, and somehow use a relay switch to turn it on when the PSU turns on, or, put a switch on the front of the PC, that turns on the pump first, and then you press the button for the comp.. might wanna be careful with siblings and what not though :D

Mehmet
04-07-03, 03:14 PM
Originally posted by tHE_0ne
I read more on the thermaltake water cooling system

Im just going to build a custom one, with a fish tank pump/honda heatcore/ and a Danger Den Maze 3.

I need some ideas tho for a Reservoir/ how to turn on pump with my machine? (maybe use my psu)

OH, and for the resorvoir, theyve got really cool ones that fit inside 5 1/2 inch drive bays, and like you can see em from the front. Pretty damn cool, lemme try and find some linkage for ya.

http://www.virtual-hideout.net/reviews/casemod_bayres/index.shtml

There ya go.

tHE_0ne
04-07-03, 03:41 PM
Originally posted by Mehmet
OH, and for the resorvoir, theyve got really cool ones that fit inside 5 1/2 inch drive bays, and like you can see em from the front. Pretty damn cool, lemme try and find some linkage for ya.

http://www.virtual-hideout.net/reviews/casemod_bayres/index.shtml

There ya go.


Looks good!

I plan to buy a honda heatcore from a auto store, than I need a pump. Maybe ill find a good one from a pet store 100+ GPH?

Mehmet
04-07-03, 03:47 PM
Originally posted by tHE_0ne
Looks good!

I plan to buy a honda heatcore from a auto store, than I need a pump. Maybe ill find a good one from a pet store 100+ GPH?

those Eheim pumps that everybodys talking about and using look pretty spiffy, might wanna check those out too, and compare them to the ones in the pet stores.

Jesse23
04-07-03, 04:50 PM
Im getting

Epox 8rda+

1700 (certain one that hits 2.5ghz)

2x256 Corsair Platinum 3700 (i think)

to go with my 9700
etc

tHE_0ne
04-07-03, 05:17 PM
Originally posted by Jesse23
Im getting

Epox 8rda+

1700 (certain one that hits 2.5ghz)

2x256 Corsair Platinum 3700 (i think)

to go with my 9700
etc

nice, can ur mobo use 3700 ram tho?

Brk
04-07-03, 05:19 PM
Originally posted by tHE_0ne
nice, can ur mobo use 3700 ram tho?

The board doesn't have to support PC3700, but it aids in overclocking since the RAM is capable of the higher speeds.

extreme
04-07-03, 05:54 PM
The board doesn't have to support PC3700, but it aids in overclocking since the RAM is capable of the higher speeds.

Yeper;)