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Easyrider's Journey Into Phase...

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by easyrider, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. Silent_Scone

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    Not really, it's more a case if one has to ask then chiller is probably the better option. It can get messy otherwise :D
     
  2. P4Clock

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    100% agree I would personally never go at phage change. Just thought his set up looked cool compared to the ones I have seen in the past
     
  3. matt100

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    I can't believe how much time I used to spend doing this sort of thing lol! Things are "fast enough" for me now..

    ...so old...
     
  4. Jumper118

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    shame you oap's arent into it like you used to be. we could have done with some help in the country cup this year :p
     
  5. kitfit1

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    As one of those nearly OAP's, i'm still well "into it". Just havn't got as much time to devote to it as i used to have........................that could change in the early part of next year, so i'll wait and see :p
     
  6. Jumper118

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    yeah i was just kidding :D
     
  7. easyrider

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    300 mhz on a 9900k is enough for me now,I just CBA with it all these days :p
     
  8. matt100

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    Sadly an i5 NUC is doing it for me.

    I fondly recall forcing a dual loop water system into the smallest case I could but OMG the time and money.

    I had a photograph somewhere of a £2k bootfull when I went to OCUK many moons ago.. (2x 7800gtx sli when sli was shiny new and an AMD X2 lol) despite having a significantly higher income now my priorities have realigned somewhat.

    To be fair all this hard tubing and tons of device specific and AIO coolers has taken the challenge out of it IMO.

    Back in the noughties we were often using PTFE tape and aquarium pumps..

    Kids these days :p
     
  9. dod

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    Jees, I remember that first time round :eek:
     
  10. faceman123

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    Might get one to run my 9900k stock....
     
  11. RJC

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    I always fancied building one but time and money was the main issue! :p

    Actually I have some R134a & 410a in the Garage hmm !
     
  12. Minstadave

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    I remember using Eheim pumps and old car cooler matrixes. Good times pencil modding mobile Barton's on NF7-S with BH-5 DDR then Opterons on DFI boards.
     
  13. kitfit1

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    Yep have the same memories, although i was well into Phase change at the end of the Barton's and only ever ran Opteron's under Phase also on DFI Lanparty's as well.