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|;) Very nice...|
|Put an LED(s) in it-It would lite up nice for an awsome one of a kind waterblock.|
|They are there, of course. Fins are removed only from the edge. I carved water channels into acryl, so water goes through fins making "S" from hose connector to the other.|
|you could have inproved the cooling properties but leaving the fins on the cooler as well.|
|Even though it is aluminum it should still be good. The properties of copper allow it to transfer heat into it faster, but it takes longer to release, where as alu takes more to tranfer heat to it (slower), but releases it's heat faster, so their is no reason why he shouldn't make it out of alu. |
Good Idea btw.
|Ronwell Dobbage||14.11.2003 20:51|
|seems silly to make a waterblock out of alluminum.. |
|FANTASTIC!!!! really cool!!!|
|make it look like a real ice cube, by puing a smal, not to brigth white led in it,, i would be realy cool|
|No, I prefer "icecube" -look.|
Maybe, just maybe, I'll put a led to light up the cooler...
I'm not a big fan of leds and lights ;-)
|Do you plan to polish the sides till they are clear?|
|It fits perfectly on the original Intel holder.|
No extra screws or springs required... ;-)
|Super Nice! But how do u lock it on the cpu?!?|