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Re: PC Water Cooling

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:03 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14179

Looks nice, maybe abit to busy but nice. Btw the air will never settle as long you have the water jet / spash into the reservoir like that, you should get the Multi port top and get an internal tube for it as it dumps the water in under the water level, also do you really need the fill up tube? it j...

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:36 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14179

Hmm, is the water not hot enough? I had the same isses with the Primochill tubing, i put the tube end's in so near boiling hot water and it made them slid on easily, and the compression fitting kind of gets mold the tubing around the fitting head so it is super tight.

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Sat Feb 24, 2018 3:20 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14179

Pictures or it didn't happen :P

But nice you finally got started on it :)

Re: PC Upgrades

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:36 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Upgrades ¦  Replies: 874 ¦  Views: 26474

So i finished the build today, by installing the new CPU cooler and adding a RGB LED strip to light up the case, the extra light from the LED strip really brings the darkly tinted glass window. So this how it looks now, i have the the Mugen 5 in push/pull as i have the spare noctua fan, but so far i...

Re: PC Upgrades

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Thu Feb 22, 2018 12:44 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Upgrades ¦  Replies: 874 ¦  Views: 26474

So today i move my hardware over to my new Meshify C, i have the two Fractal 140mm fans from the Define S in the front of the case sucking in air, and then a Noctua fan in the rear, and only the dust cover in the top. I didn't think the change would be this noticeable going from Define S, but the Me...

Re: PC Upgrades

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Wed Feb 21, 2018 1:34 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Upgrades ¦  Replies: 874 ¦  Views: 26474

Heh no, but impressive non the less.

Re: PC Upgrades

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:22 am ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Upgrades ¦  Replies: 874 ¦  Views: 26474


Did you see this Linustechtips video yet, liquid metal on a laptop CPU/GPU die and it dropped the temps 20*c, it is insane that the thermal paste could be that bad. :o

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:53 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14179

Nice, long time in the making, but hope you get it done soon 8-)

I bought the Mugen 5 and a super cheap tube of Gelid GC Extreme, only 5 euros .... :shock: over 50%

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Thu Feb 15, 2018 4:04 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14179

The dude who wanted the whole deal has also a little one on its way. No doubt expenses will be toned down a bit in favor of the kid. They are little money drains. ;) I think you can not go wrong with the Mugen. And a repaint / touch - up can be interesting. Why stick to black... :idea: That guy dro...

Re: PC Water Cooling

 by Beardroid91 ¦  Thu Feb 15, 2018 2:20 pm ¦  Forum: PC ¦  Topic: PC Water Cooling ¦  Replies: 452 ¦  Views: 14179

Yea i think it would be the Mugen 5 rev.B is a beast for the size and the price. Yea, but my 420 radiator, is a special radiator here in Denmark, as HW Labs Black Ice sells for more as it is better quality than the Alphacool alternatives, but yea it is hard to sell a stand alone 420 radiator as it i...

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