Recent content by DrHudacris

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    Production Sliger SV590 and SV540 - Vertical SFF Cases!

    You may have fixed this already, but you've got a fan extension in the blades of the fan.
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    On the plus side...we can just glue/seal the "regular" version and use any DDC we want :D
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    PPL - Performance Per Liter - Round 3 - Compute Edition...?!?

    Ahhh it's my reading comprehension! Thank you for the explanation, I see where I made the error (equivalent rank order vs mathematically equal). And I misunderstood the comparators (the suggested formula vs your simplification of it not current formula vs suggested formula).
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    That lightbox is amazing! @Wahaha360 can this be a T1 accessory?
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    PPL - Performance Per Liter - Round 3 - Compute Edition...?!?

    Such anger! I would suggest you crunch the numbers yourself, as your conception of how powers can be moved across a quotient (and how that affects rank order) and the concept of a dimension such as liters (or cubic mm or any unit of volume) being weighed out of proportion "because its cubic" are...
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    PPL - Performance Per Liter - Round 3 - Compute Edition...?!?

    I think you are incorrect here. The suggested formula and yours are not equivalent. This is also incorrect. Yes, volume is calculated as a cubic of distance, but it does not matter as this is thread is performance per liter, not performance per length.
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    You're not kidding...I just got it. It's 620 grams (1 1/3 lbs). It's enough to make me want to just risk using the 1U ES even if it leaks...maybe I can apply some sort of sealant?
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    Excellent! No problem about screws, I have M4 screws in assorted lengths. I'm sure I can find the correct length screws to provide enough pressure. Now I must wait for some more parts. Going to upgrade to a Ryzen platform with the Gigabyte board that supports bifurcation!
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    Prototype FreeFlo 48mm CPU Block + Pump

    We really do. Struggling to effectively integrate a DDC into the FormD T1.
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    Oh wow so it's solid brass?! Might be scary. Maybe additional reinforcement with double sided tape to the front panel or frame could help. If you try it, can you confirm the total height with DDC at 46mm?
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    I ordered this. Measures 25mm tall and DDC at 21. It will be a tight fit if it fits at all.... You can always use the stock plastic top that comes with bare pumps. I believe that is what @fabio is using? There is also this phobya top but it only has 1 in 1 out and you will have to mount it...
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    Oh interesting! So that means if I used DDC310 (10 watt DDC) the pressure won't be enough to cause a leak even with the bowing?
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    I'm sad to say, I examined my own 1U ES reservoir, and I saw the same bowing of plastic. I currently don't have it installed with fluid running but I think the problem is systemic..hoping @fabio's second unit doesn't leak, bulge or not.. but I also ordered a different DDC top to experiment...
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    Prototype Winter One v08 -- Custom Case update. 15.4L SFF with dual 240mm radiator + Full Length GPU. CFD Goodness inside!

    That blade sweep, the narrow triangles on the blades, the shape of the noise isolation bumpers on the corners, it's gotta be the Noctua A12x25
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    Production FormD-T1 (aka Sidearmd), READ FIRST POST

    It's pretty funny that you mention undervolting a CPU, because there is a guide for that as well on the same website! If you're using Intel, I think they are more straightforward to undervolt and guides on undervolting them are more abundant. No offense taken! Yes, I'm an internist in...