Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby happybaboon on Thu 21/Jul/16 8:22pm

So if it's not a PC what are you doing?

Hyperrealistic sex robot is the only rational answer I can come up with.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Conners on Thu 21/Jul/16 8:49pm

My bet is on some kind of shock/fork test rig :sneaky:
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Wobbler on Thu 21/Jul/16 9:18pm

maybe some sort of hybrid shock-fork sex robot
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby happybaboon on Thu 21/Jul/16 9:22pm

Big shipment of silicone grease headed to Shockcraft I heard.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Dougal on Thu 28/Jul/16 6:44pm

So my water cooler has turned up. Only unknown is the wiring. This has no PC control, I just need 12V run.

The fans run 4 wires each. All grey, no labels.

Is this universal?
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Wobbler on Thu 28/Jul/16 6:46pm

Yes its universal, disregard wire colours look at pin locations on the connector.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Dougal on Thu 28/Jul/16 9:16pm

Well this is working great so far. With the fan and heat-sink the hot side would heat-soak and keep climbing to 60C and beyond.

With the water cooler the hot side is under control, the water pipes and radiator tanks aren't even warm, the cold side heat-sink in open air was sub zero almost straight away. :)
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby happybaboon on Thu 28/Jul/16 9:18pm

This sex robot is going to be able to cope with heaps of friction-related heat.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby AgrAde on Thu 28/Jul/16 9:28pm

Should've just used a mattoc.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Wobbler on Thu 28/Jul/16 9:45pm

you would want a bigger stanchion
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Thu 28/Jul/16 9:48pm

Like these bad boys:

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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Dougal on Thu 28/Jul/16 9:51pm

Astoria Paranoia wrote:Like these bad boys:

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Elastomers in those must be blown apart. They're supposed to sit about 3" higher.

I knew a guy who had a pair. In fact the same guy owned all the forks that you should never buy.
Psylo. White Bros. ZZYZX, can't remember what else.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Conners on Thu 28/Jul/16 10:03pm

Astoria Paranoia wrote:Like these bad boys:

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Such serious handlebar.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Velocipedestrian on Fri 29/Jul/16 7:02am

Hideous.
I have a set of those brakes though.
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Re: Pc Water Cooling.

Postby Dougal on Fri 29/Jul/16 8:59am

Conners wrote:Such serious handlebar.


The late 90's was a horrendous time for mountainbikes. So much good, but so much more bad.
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