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Chiller Adventures Part 2

This is the second part of my Chiller journey. You can catch the first part here.




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This is the second part of my Chiller journey. You can catch the first part
here.

So, I wanted to go the P4 route.
First, I decided to install a small duct for the condenser so that it blows
hot air away from my motherboard. A sheet of aluminum cut to dimension works
well.

Then I decided to do up some new blocks. Here are some of the materials I bought.

The aluminum column is for a future GPU dry ice run.

Here is the drill press I bought to make the blocks.

There was nothing fanciful about my blocks, just some drilled channels.

The waterblock for the Northbridge:

The waterblock for the GPU:

 

The waterblock for the CPU:

The blocks with the covers and barbs brazed on:

 

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