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    Screenshot / hope this works.....

    Heres the Latest // Hope I do this right ....


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    Hehehehehe It worked!!!!! lol

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    Nice
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    Heh,,, I'm more excited by being able to get the pic on the screen/ then the OC!!! lol

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    aaaa that's what you are smiling about ....

    nice, very nice

    I want a new CPU !
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    Well, I gotta tell ya/ That Inline you made me sure Helps Rotor Now when I put my dainty digits/lol in the reservoir, I can't tell any difference in the water temp,versus ambiant temp.... not too shabby/ for the record/ my temps are -33c or so at 1012

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    so how are you running it now, like 2 separate cooling loops, one with a radiator to keep the peltiers in the clamp cold, and then the cold side of the clamp onto your CPU.......
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    Exactly/ I have 2 rads, and 2 seperate loops/ with 2 seperate reservoirs/// Don't laff/ but I use "Hills Bros" 1 # cans with insulation wrapped around em for the Reservoirs, ( I tried the electrical underground boxes), but they are 2 small for my pumps... I use a 170gph for the hot side of the inline, and a 120gph for the cool side to the cpu...Both are Lil Giant pumps... not the small 1's tho, as they are too darn noisey/lol

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    i use the little giants too they ROCK
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    oops....... hehehe was sepose to be a small picture
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    Yup.... Looks like my 120gph/ but I think thats a 170gph No?? My 170 is blue, and taller/ only thing is/ it gives off too much heat/ I'm gonna change it 1 of these days

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    it's a 170gph yes

    i can allmost empty a swimmingpool in less than 10min {joke}
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