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  1. Yes in fact you did send me and it will help me tons! I still have to wait till OCZ put the Cryo out for sale and that will take a while. And only after I receive the unit I have to go to measurements and see if I can do what I plan (phase + wc hybrid all inside the case). Till then I have to get back to my old trusty Toaster Sig NF2 as my X38 is Server now :-(
  2. Great tip Ill try that one in my case. Will post results. Thanks!
  3. Have anyone tried before: http://www.hytechsales.com/prod150.html Would like to know if it's worth giving the case interior a coat of this paint. It says is sound dampening and has a little of insulation proprieties to, I dunno if that will help or get in the way as I plan to install a Phase Change unit inside the case.
  4. Hey Ski! I ended up buying the biggest one I could find: the Lian Li RocketFish on my local Best Buy. The price is a Steal! $47.99 with their price match policy (originally $119). Saved $350 from a the V2000 case Now for the mods I will use your thread to do the top triple rad mount to fit a PA120.3. I will put a thread with my build log when I'm ready to begin. Plans are to WC 2 x GPUs, NB and PWM area. Phase Change unit for the CPU. Tricky part will be to fit all that in the case. I have a question for ya, it seams you had to use a 8pin mobo power connector extension so that the connector could reach the psu, if thats positive can you confirm if this is the one to get for our DFI X38-X48 mobos: http://www.censuspc.com/12-Inch-8-Pin-ATX-...8P-pr-3352.html
  5. Hey guys, I have a DFI x48-TR2 and the rest is basically what's in my old sig below. I want to know what is more effective. I need to watercool this stuff: NorthBridge; SouthBridge; PWM area; 2 x ATI HD3780 in crossfire. None of the above in stock speed (OC indeed). So I was wondering what would be more efficient and intelligent: A single loop using a big PA120.3 with 3 fans (push) or 2 x PA160 with two push fans in separate loops (GPU's 1 loop and NB, SB, PWM other loop) or considering the price a dual loop with 2 dual rads (4 fans) with the cheaper Swiftechs or Black ICE? * Note: the CPU is NOT in watercooling it will be out of the loops.
  6. Thanks Praz this is for future build and you are right no cooling for SB is needed for this board but I wanted to consider every upgrade possible. For PWM area Watercool.de is eating those MIPS alive (also consider by many in EU a better finished block). With the SW-16 they solved the problem of the MIPS overheating the loop because they touch the the big CPL's. The problem is Watercool.de gives a heck about selling their blocks to us. The owner was very rude to me when I tried to buy some on the early days of the release.
  7. Will a Laing D5 Basic/Swiftech MCP655 be able to handle those 5 blocks + reservoir and the PA120.3 and still make those temps cool enough? If that's true I would defiantly keep it simple here (1loop1rad1res)!
  8. That's a lot of money to give in a case I don't care if it comes with the fans made out of solid gold or not! $400 bucks you can get a phase-change :eek2: But this thread really inspired me to work in mine so I guess I'll work with what I have (TT Xaser V w/ window). Did you made your fans to PUSH Air INSIDE the Case or to Pull Air FROM the case?
  9. Wow that's what I call extra space! From who is that case you linked? PS.: If the WC kit doesn't sell in bundle you still have a friend wanting the Dtek Fuzion?
  10. Nice I have one of those! In your opinion what is the best case Lian or not that would be compatible with a triple 120mm rad with the minimal amount of mods? I was thinking about a foot mount for the rad (on the bottom) but dunno how that would work out (had to have some swiftech spacer boxes for sure) and fans pulling air from inside the case to the floor, but would that affect my temps to much? Such a pain to fit triple rads
  11. Due to rule #11 I had to delete my Dtek WC sale thread t_ski... I will wait till next week if nothing sells fast I'm willing to sell the block separately. ------------ Corsair BH-5 and ATI 9700 SHIPPED: 03071790000145647248
  12. Hi Guys, I'm selling this stuff because I don't use it anymore, but they are all great items! **SMOKE FREE HOUSE** I'm a 276+ all positive feedback eBay user: http://myworld.ebay.com/elano.sales --- BIG SALE --- -SOLD-$170 Rare ATI Radeon GeCube X1950XTX AGP GDDR3 Xturbo TEC Cooling ; -SOLD- -SOLD-$18 ATI Radeon 9700 (not working need to re-solder the IRU3037ACF-ND for sale at Digikey)-SOLD-; -SOLD-$45 Tt BigWater SE Perfect working condition;-SOLD- -SOLD-$9 ASETEK 03-L-7615 Cooper NB Waterblock;-SOLD- -SOLD-$10 ASETEK 03-L-7620 Cooper Video Card Waterblock;-SOLD- -SOLD-$20 ASETEK 03-L-7551 ANTARCTICA COPPER CPU Waterblock;-SOLD- -SOLD-$15 Zalman ZM-NWB1 Northbridge Waterblock;-SOLD- -SOLD-$55 Unlocked AMD XP-m 2400 35w runs [email protected]; $55 Unlocked AMD XP-m 2400 45w runs [email protected] (or more) 1.78v AQYFA Killer OC stepping; $28 AMD XP 2400 AIUHB; $25 OCZ DDR Booster (used once); -SOLD-$65 Corsair Platinum Twinx CMX256A-3200LLPT x2 Kit great for OC;-SOLD- -SOLD-$13 Thermalright HR-05 Northbrigde fanless cooler (used once in box); -SOLD- $10/each 2 x Stock ATI Radeon Heatsinks; $66 Sony VAIO RoomLink PCNAMR10 (new in box used once); More info: http://www.abtelectronics.com/product/12205.html http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=PCNAMR10 I will ship INTERNATIONALLY and I'm good at it :-) Shipping charges will be calculated upon sale from USPS.com no extra charges will apply only actual shipping cost for buyer. Location: Flagstaff-Arizona-USA. Good luck!
  13. Beautiful job t_ski! Made me :drool: Can you share with us which tool you used for the perfect cuts made on the case?
  14. Water Cooling Kit + Blocks SOLD ad Shipped! Still some good stuff for sale!
  15. Link to replacement: http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch...e=IRU3037ACF-ND What happen was I tried to take this HS out and this little chip came off with it. I didn't power on the Vid Card again so if you have little solder skills with that peace at Digikey and little schematics understanding you can put this Card to work again. See attachments.
  16. Hi, I just received these parts on a in trade deal: - Swiftech MCR120 Radiator (+1x120mm QuietFan); - Enzotech SNBW-SLI Northbridge Block. I have an Asetek Watercooling kit (2x120mm Radiator size) to supply my Q6600 (Apogee GT). Pump: Hydor L30-II 1200 l/h. As I don't have intention on selling these parts I want to integrate them on my current system: DFI LP X38-TR2. My question is: what is the best way to include those on my current loop to minimize the CPU and NB temperatures? Like: CPU>Big Rad>NB>Small Rad etc? or traditional CPU>NB>Small Rad>Big Rad etc?
  17. Guys, Forgot to ask, in that double loop what's the best cpu block for me (did some research and some say Apogee GT is better then Fuzion, others say Fuzion way better then all, Supreme should be top but then restrictive, dunno if that would affect me in a double loop, so I'm kinda confused: - Current setup (keep my Apogee GT hard mounted always leaves spaces on corners without contact no matter how I mount it (or springs); - dTek Fuzion; - Enzotech; or - EK Supreme
  18. Thanks again guys, I took notes :-) I'll post results.
  19. shipped: HR-05 #03071790000145635740 shipped: ATI RADEON X1950XTX #420231889101150134711155641145
  20. Thanks for your swift reply Rado you are always the man to talk with cooling questions. Well I know now that it wouldn't make a lot of difference but for me (extreme Ocier) 1oC drop would be nice also. So it really wouldn't bother if the HOT hose from the CPU would go in the small rad with 120mm fan and then enter on North Bridge block instead of going directly into the NB block and then going to the Rads? I'm no good with watercooling but that doesn't make sense to me in terms on Thermo-Physic. Appreciate your inputs.
  21. Elano

    Ebz F/S Thread, fans and random stuffs

    Bump for great stuff that's still up for grabs :-)
  22. Hi Aguila, I'm glad you got a DFI instead of Foxconn I remember you since that post. Well as you can see in my SIG I'm a DFI LP X38-TR2 not DK but I decided to post my results and BIOS template to see if I can help, despite some differences the main part is the same as we have almost the same equipment. Here goes to different set's of very strong and stable 24/7 BIOS templates on my system, hopes this helps you in any way: *****Q6600 1.28vcore 400*9 3600Mhz and [email protected] (Performance Level 6-7): PC Health Status Adjust CPU Temp: +8 CPU Feature - Thermal Management Control: Enabled - PPM(EIST) Mode: Enabled - Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled - CIE Function: Auto - Execute Disable Bit: Enabled - Virtualization Technology: Enabled - Core Multi-Processing: Enabled Exist Setup Shutdown: Mode 2 Shutdown after AC Loss: Disabled CLOCK VC0 divider: AUTO CPU Clock Ratio Unlock: Enabled CPU Clock Ratio: 9x - Target CPU Clock: 3600 CPU Clock: 400 Boot Up Clock: AUTO DRAM Speed: 400/1066 - Target DRAM Speed: 1066 PCIE Clock: 100mhz PCIE Slot Config: 1X 1X CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled Voltage Settings CPU VID Control: 1.28125v CPU VID Special Add: AUTO DRAM Voltage Control: 2.120v SB Core/CPU PLL Voltage: 1.51 NB Core Voltage: 1.356v CPU VTT Voltage: 1.255v Vcore Droop Control: Enabled Clockgen Voltage Control: 3.45v GTL+ Buffers Strength: Strong Host Slew Rate: Weak GTL REF Voltage Control: Enable x CPU GTL1/3 REF Volt: 88 x CPU GTL 0/2 REF Volt: 88 x North Bridge GTL REF Volt: 96 DRAM Timing - Enhance Data transmitting: FAST - Enhance Addressing: FAST - T2 Dispatch: Enabled Clock Setting Fine Delay Ch1 Clock Crossing Setting: More Aggressive - DIMM 1 Clock fine delay: Current - DIMM 2 Clock fine delay: Curren - DIMM 1 Control fine delay: Current - DIMM 2 Control fine delay: Current - Ch 1 Command fine delay: Current Ch2 Clock Crossing Setting: More Aggressive - DIMM 3 Clock fine delay: Current - DIMM 4 Clock fine delay: Current - DIMM 3 Control fine delay: Current - DIMM 4 Control fine delay: Current - Ch 2 Command fine delay: Current Ch1Ch2 CommonClock Setting: More Aggressive Ch1 RDCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch1 WRCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch1 Command to CS Delay: Auto Ch2 RDCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch2 WRCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch2 Command to CS Delay: Auto CAS Latency Time (tCL): 5 RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD): 5 RAS# Precharge (tRP): 5 Precharge Delay (tRAS): 15 All Precharge to Act: AUTO REF to ACT Delay (tRFC): 30 Performance LVL (Read Delay) (tRD): 7 Read delay phase adjust: Enter Ch1 Read delay phase (4~0) - Channel 1 Phase 0 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 1 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 2 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 3 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 4 Pull-In: AUTO Ch2 Read delay phase (4~0) - Channel 2 Phase 0 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 1 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 2 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 3 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 4 Pull-In: Auto MCH ODT Latency: AUTO Write to PRE Delay (tWR): AUTO Rank Write to Read (tWTR): AUTO ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD): AUTO Read to Write Delay (tRDWR): AUTO Ranks Write to Write (tWRWR): AUTO Ranks Read to Read (tRDRD): AUTO Ranks Write to Read (tWRRD): AUTO Read CAS# Precharge (tRTP): AUTO ALL PRE to Refresh: AUTO *****Q6600 1.28vcore 400*9 3600Mhz and [email protected] (Performance Level 5-6): PC Health Status Adjust CPU Temp: +8 CPU Feature - Thermal Management Control: Enabled - PPM(EIST) Mode: Enabled - Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled - CIE Function: Auto - Execute Disable Bit: Enabled - Virtualization Technology: Enabled - Core Multi-Processing: Enabled Exist Setup Shutdown: Mode 2 Shutdown after AC Loss: Disabled CLOCK VC0 divider: AUTO CPU Clock Ratio Unlock: Enabled CPU Clock Ratio: 9x - Target CPU Clock: 3600 CPU Clock: 400 Boot Up Clock: AUTO DRAM Speed: Auto (2:3 divider) - Target DRAM Speed: 1201 PCIE Clock: 100mhz PCIE Slot Config: 1X 1X CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled Voltage Settings CPU VID Control: 1.28125v CPU VID Special Add: AUTO DRAM Voltage Control: 2.150v SB Core/CPU PLL Voltage: 1.51 NB Core Voltage: 1.504v CPU VTT Voltage: 1.255v Vcore Droop Control: Enabled Clockgen Voltage Control: 3.45v GTL+ Buffers Strength: Strong Host Slew Rate: Weak GTL REF Voltage Control: Enable x CPU GTL1/3 REF Volt: 88 x CPU GTL 0/2 REF Volt: 88 x North Bridge GTL REF Volt: 96 DRAM Timing - Enhance Data transmitting: FAST - Enhance Addressing: FAST - T2 Dispatch: Enabled Clock Setting Fine Delay Ch1 Clock Crossing Setting: More Aggressive - DIMM 1 Clock fine delay: Current - DIMM 2 Clock fine delay: Curren - DIMM 1 Control fine delay: Current - DIMM 2 Control fine delay: Current - Ch 1 Command fine delay: Current Ch2 Clock Crossing Setting: More Aggressive - DIMM 3 Clock fine delay: Current - DIMM 4 Clock fine delay: Current - DIMM 3 Control fine delay: Current - DIMM 4 Control fine delay: Current - Ch 2 Command fine delay: Current Ch1Ch2 CommonClock Setting: More Aggressive Ch1 RDCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch1 WRCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch1 Command to CS Delay: Auto Ch2 RDCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch2 WRCAS GNT-Chip Delay: Auto Ch2 Command to CS Delay: Auto CAS Latency Time (tCL): 5 RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD): 5 RAS# Precharge (tRP): 5 Precharge Delay (tRAS): 15 All Precharge to Act: AUTO REF to ACT Delay (tRFC): 30 Performance LVL (Read Delay) (tRD): AUTO Read delay phase adjust: Enter Ch1 Read delay phase (4~0) - Channel 1 Phase 0 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 1 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 2 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 3 Pull-In: AUTO - Channel 1 Phase 4 Pull-In: AUTO Ch2 Read delay phase (4~0) - Channel 2 Phase 0 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 1 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 2 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 3 Pull-In: Auto - Channel 2 Phase 4 Pull-In: Auto MCH ODT Latency: AUTO Write to PRE Delay (tWR): AUTO Rank Write to Read (tWTR): AUTO ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD): AUTO Read to Write Delay (tRDWR): AUTO Ranks Write to Write (tWRWR): AUTO Ranks Read to Read (tRDRD): AUTO Ranks Write to Read (tWRRD): AUTO Read CAS# Precharge (tRTP): AUTO ALL PRE to Refresh: AUTO The only difference in running the RAM at 1201Mhz was to bump the NB little bit and change to divider 2:3 and set Performance Level to AUTO (it will run in 5-6 mode, very fast).
  23. Elano

    Dfi Lp-b Nf2

    ygpm
  24. Anyone up for sale, lapped or not lapped?
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