Question about Computer System Cooling
I recently purchaced a ThermalTake BigWater 745 water cooling system. I have now purchaced a Koolance GPU water block and i need to know how to drain the current tubing so i can install the GPU block.
Any help would be great
those tubing fittings on it are the quick disconnect type. use regular tubing black polycarbonate. go to mcmaster carr industrial supply and get what you need. from the looks of it they seem to be 1/8 inch npt thread
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
Check the screws of the fan if it is seated properly. Then check your system unit if it is leveled on the ground. Or it could be dust or rust. You can try oiling up the fan.Open up the sticker of the fan and put little oil in it and put back the sticker. You may need to put extra tape as the oil may hinder the sticker from sticking back to the fan.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: System Cooling
Alright, Ive gone through this company before for my own cooling needs with my Micro System. SO i trust them.
Here is just a few idea's. Im not sure what your budget is (if you have one, i wish i had none lol)
For your Video Card
And the Rest of the case, to keep everything on Ice for smooth performance
These are my suggestions. Take it or Dont. I would use those in a a Full ATX system in a heartbeat, i do use the Video Card Coolant piece as we speak, because, as everyone knows.... Micro systems generate a lot of heat in a super small space. Torching ones system is never what the person wants.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
Pumps wear down eventually i am not sure if they can die from storage though. you can get a new one for not that much. But they cerainly wear down as anything with moving parts does.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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