I picked up a rack case for my II pro. These heads run how as fuck out of a case. The top panel above the tubes would hit easily get up to 200°F you could probably cook an egg on it on a hot day. With the fans on it really barely feels warm to the touch now, even after two hours of torture...
So its gotten to be about 95* in my room the last couple days with this heat wave, and my house has no AC in it. So recently my computer has just not been able to keep up with the cooling required when playing any games. After about 10 minutes my GPU overheats. I've got a super, super old case...
Selling my EK Cooling stuff as I need the cash and since it's been sat around for ages, figured I don't need it.
EK Supreme HF waterblock, been used, works well, great condition; £40 shipped
EK Res X3 250 - Brand new in the box £45 shipped.
I'd be willing to do £80 shipped for both...
Not gonna be setting up my watercooling for a while, and I'm gonna be using a different pump and tube size anyways. There's 8 fittings of various angles. Straight and right-angle are compression fittings. 45 degree fittings accept other fittings.
Pics on request. £20+ postage takes the lot.
I picked up a Corsair h100 today for my old pc that mostly just runs [email protected], and gets some recording action from time to time.
EVGA 780i SLI
EVGA 580 Classified
4GB Corsair Dominator 1333
Antec 1k power supply
The case, a Lian Li PC-10B had only 1 120mm fan up top...
So I just built myself a new computer (the first time building it myself) and I'm having a few issues with CPU temperatures. I'm using one of the 2nd gen Core i5s (2500k) with the stock intel cooler. I'm fairly sure I fucked it up a little when I was installing it the first time (I accidentally...
Would it be possible to stir a liquid fast enough such that the friction between the liquid and the container would raise the liquid's temperature, or, would the resulting "whirlpool cone" expose more surface area, thus negating any thermal increase?
Of course, the energy required to stir a...