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[?] Watercooling question, heat from pump
« Reply #10 on: February 12, 2004, 07:41:06 PM »

First off almost every submersible pump can be made into an in-line pump with a little work. that will be your easiest solution to deal with, go to lowes or home depot and find a few pvc fittings that you can modify to fit the pump once you have that you will have standard sizing to get adapters and such for, doing this will help keep the heat separated.
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[?] Watercooling question, heat from pump
« Reply #11 on: February 14, 2004, 08:21:19 PM »

i put everything in the same bucket but it was about completely full this time. i left it on overnight and the waterblocks temp was average 21-22c, it was 24 in the morning but from when i was awake it averaged 21-22. I put it on my proccesor and the BIOS said the temp was 18c, its like 24 in windows though. are those good temps?
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[?] Watercooling question, heat from pump
« Reply #12 on: February 15, 2004, 04:28:49 PM »

Great temps.  You don't want to know what mine are.
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[?] Watercooling question, heat from pump
« Reply #13 on: February 20, 2004, 08:23:20 AM »

Quote from: keristillax
i put everything in the same bucket but it was about completely full this time. i left it on overnight and the waterblocks temp was average 21-22c, it was 24 in the morning but from when i was awake it averaged 21-22. I put it on my proccesor and the BIOS said the temp was 18c, its like 24 in windows though. are those good temps?


How cold/hot do you have in your room ? anbd try using a real tempprobe tom messure temps, the inbuild diod sucks and dosent really show the right temps =) but i have to say 18 degrees is COLD imean freesing cold, give me the spec on you h2o system =)
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