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Watercooling, continued and end.

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by pascalap, Jan 13, 2003.

  1. pascalap

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    This is not a spam about watercooling, but comer has not yet posted real clues about his misadventure, if you read this, is it true that you've done that?

    I have a watercooled computer, (mastercool) which cools my cpu and the rest of the computer. It does not make less noise than a normally cooled computer, it makes more!!!
     
  2. Kramer

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    Think the answer is here.

    You've obviously done something wrong then :p
     
  3. pascalap

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    No, all fans, even watercooled make noise!!!
     
  4. Comer

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    Why would you still have fans if the PC is watercooled?

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  5. MAW

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    Comer, I'm relieved to see you post, I thought you'd drowned!
     
  6. Comer

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    :D

    My "Doctor" has being helping me to overcome a new and rather inexplicable fear of water. it's only in the last two weeks that I've been able to progress from bed baths to short showers (under supervision)

    I know what you are thinking: WAY TOO MUCH INFORMATION!!!:D :D :D


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  7. MAW

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    You need my brother in law mate, to have a surgical removal of an overdeveloped sense of humour. On second thoughts, tell me another, I need cheering up.
     
  8. Kramer

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    Watercooled Fans :eek:

    Watercooling = No fans (or 1 large eg.120mm at very low RPM) = no noise!
     
  9. nwhome

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    water cooling = no processor fan

    but you have to cool the water that heated up by/cooling the processor and some of the kits have a forced cooled radiator to do this.

    fan = noise
     
  10. Kramer

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    But my rad is not in my room (or even in my house!).

    Even in "normal conditions", a 120mm fan @ very low RPM is far more silent than say an 80mm CPU fan @ high RPM.

    Only "noise" in my PC is from the HDDs - & I'm working on totally silencing these too.

    :p
     

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