RaptorFury

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  1. as with any cooling devices ( air , water , now phase ) theres allways a certain risk involved but nowadays things have gotten a lot simpler to set up and to use it ( i read numerous reviews and articles about phase cooling ) as i was thinking on goin to it my self ... the main thing yu have to bare in mind is that u set it up properly with die electric grease , a heater and properly seal it from the outside ( mking sure no air gets between certain points ) . But the main question is this do you feel you have the time , patience , and r you willing to spend a lot of money to gain a few extra Mhz's from your system ? and will water cooling give you the same results of what u are looking for ....
  2. how do you have the tornado hooked up ? is the molex connected thru the psu and speed sensor to speed controller ? in my experiences i had to make the tornado connect thru the 3 pin plug ( the one used for the speed sensor ) and then hooked it up thru the speed controller ....
  3. Wow ... looking good so far .... pls do keep us up to date i am really curious on how this turns out......
  4. thats where i usually keep my temps ( at least try to ) i can get any where from 400 - 1 gighz Oc ... 62 c is a lil high even for a P4 system . i am currently runnng a 2500 xp barton core and i can go as much as 700 mhz on the core just with air ...
  5. well as any Overclocking goes it is dependant on how far u go wit it , and amount of airflow u got running over it ( air systems ) . it looks like a good solid lil hsf you could try it out and see how it goes , just a suggestion tho if you are totally unsure on overclocking or Hsf just take it easy and dont apply any more volts to the Cpu , and slowly up the Fsb by incraments of 2 , and check ur temps at all times ...... just try to keep the temps below 48 c idle / 50 c full load ....
  6. well u could try using the same color paint and fill it in , or use an automotive scratch repairer ,i not to sure how the front panal is connected but i would look behind it inside the case and see if there are lil screws or clips that has to be removed , and as allways if it doesnt move dont force it try and figure out why it aint moving gently ....
  7. If them are aluminum can they be removed then ? if so then remove em sand em paint em . i personally like krylon paint for cases ..
  8. Wow talk bout stand up and get ya looks real nice tho , u goin to add anything to the rest or just the front ?
  9. If u can use a paint for plastic , as it is what u r painting , but any paint will work just mk sure u clean it good ....
  10. u have any pics u could post ? on some pumps the intake is the bottom and the exhaust is the top one sticking straight up , heres a good vaible solution for ya u could see if that pump can be submerged and then build a res that will hold it and water and mk it a submersible pump ....
  11. I am looking at purchasing a Pny 6200 128 meg video card ( goin to soft mod it and see what it can do ) and i seen this Hsf For video cards CoolerMaster CoolViva VGA Cooler i was wondering will this fit a 6200 vid ? and how does it compare to the other passive style coolers ( i have a 5 piece zalman right now )
  12. just hook it up to one of the molexs from the Psu , and either hook up a fan to that plug ( chipset or case fan ) or turn off the Mb's cpu fan detection