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it is so odd, I have a 240 Swiftech (and a 360, to replace the BIP360 I am currently using) sitting under my desk, I am going to get around to using it sooner or later.

 

Guess what i bought today?

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it is so odd, I have a 240 Swiftech (and a 360, to replace the BIP360 I am currently using) sitting under my desk, I am going to get around to using it sooner or later.

 

Guess what i bought today?

What? A quad?

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Do Tell

 

 

Paint, sandpaper, recip saw....I am going to finally work on painting my case now that I have my garage back. :)

 

And for Roadrunner, how did you know I was looking at quads earlier today....but I didn't buy one. Almost though.

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Paint, sandpaper, recip saw....I am going to finally work on painting my case now that I have my garage back. :)

 

Isn't a sawzall a bit big for case modding; I'd think you'd rather want a jig-saw for that.

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Isn't a sawzall a bit big for case modding; I'd think you'd rather want a jig-saw for that.

 

LOL

 

Both recipricate, a Sawzall is just bigger. I didn't get a sawzall.

 

Mmmm, Sawzall.

 

A handheld jig saw is what i got.

 

Wait, now i am feeling bad for hijacking this guys thread.

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LOL

 

Both recipricate, a Sawzall is just bigger. I didn't get a sawzall.

 

Mmmm, Sawzall.

 

A handheld jig saw is what i got.

 

Wait, now i am feeling bad for hijacking this guys thread.

 

I used a jigsaw with some 20 tpi blades :) Like butta baby!

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Well in the industry the recip saws are different from jigsaws, but a lot of people consider the jigsaws to be a type of recip saw (which it really is not); and technically the name sawzall is limited to the Milwalkee brand recip saws, but the term has been applied to just about every recip saw since the sawzall was the top dog when it came out (just like any skid-steer is known as a bobcat).

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thanks guys for the input as for the rad i was thinking of just getting a heater core for a chevette or an escort because of their compact size and large surface area and adding my own barbs to connect with :thumbs-up:

like this one from summit racing

http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.a...mp;autoview=sku

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While heater core rads often do offer better performance than those made for PCs; that one you linked would still be small, as with a shroud you'd be limited by a max of 2 fans but if you got one for the CPU and another for the GPUs you should be ok.

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