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Thread: 15" LCD 2001 Sierra 4x4 Ext cab

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    man we have some water cooling noobs in here

    for starters the water cooling should not leak because it is sealed as was stated, as for the hot water running over a cpu...what are you getting at and where did u pull that from?? did u seriously think that the water that ran over the cpu in a normal setup was hot???

    also the ambient temp has nothing to do with the water cooling it can go below ambient as long as u have the right water cooling stuff(i.e peilter and good rads)

    also u don't put anything else into a water cooling setuip but water and some thermal stuff to help it conduct more heat from cpu. if u put anything else in it would not work apart from the specaliesed systems that use liquid nitrogen and **** like that but that is just extreme

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    Screen shot of mobile LINUX system

    Here is a desktop shot of the 15" w/ Mandrake Linux 9.0 and a custom wallpaper I made.

    Linux Powered Kernel Inside

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    Auto update media files to your car PC

    I just started using this freeware program to automatically download files to my truck PC. Cost nothing unless you want enhanced features. Two wireless PCs in the house and 1 wireless system in the truck all keep the same files as a back up of each other. Runs in the background and works flawless.

    Foldershare

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    How does the 15"er work? I'm thinking of using one for my system, but I need to know how the people who have them like them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPUFX
    I just started using this freeware program to automatically download files to my truck PC. Cost nothing unless you want enhanced features. Two wireless PCs in the house and 1 wireless system in the truck all keep the same files as a back up of each other. Runs in the background and works flawless.

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    Tools like Robocopy do the trick marvelous aswell.. with the automated Mirror switches it has these days it's all you need ;-)
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    My 15" is a Philips model running via a 1200w peak inverter that powers the PC, cell phone charger, and Christmas lights when in season I will have to look up the robocopy program!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffo
    man we have some water cooling noobs in here

    for starters the water cooling should not leak because it is sealed as was stated, as for the hot water running over a cpu...what are you getting at and where did u pull that from?? did u seriously think that the water that ran over the cpu in a normal setup was hot???

    also the ambient temp has nothing to do with the water cooling it can go below ambient as long as u have the right water cooling stuff(i.e peilter and good rads)

    also u don't put anything else into a water cooling setuip but water and some thermal stuff to help it conduct more heat from cpu. if u put anything else in it would not work apart from the specaliesed systems that use liquid nitrogen and **** like that but that is just extreme
    Dude, I'm not trying to get into it with you, but don't be calling other people noobs... I can sense that you're not exactly an expert on water cooling. Ambient temp has a lot to do with watercooling. The water cannot get any cooler than the ambient temperature when you have a regualr rad block pump setup. The water cannot get colder than the ambient no matter how well your res is.

    You can get the water cooler than the ambient with things such as water chillers. Mainly how these work is by using a Peliter to cool the resivor. But He's not using a res is he? I really can't see the pic... lol I'd imagine he's just using a regular T fitting to bleed the system.

    You do put things in the water except just plain water... I use distilled water with a mix of detergent, water wetter, and UV die. The detergent and water wetter helps with the themral conductivity of the water, it can absorbe marginly more heat before being dissapated by the rad.

    Finally you're talking about "linquid nitrogen and **** like that." Well, that's not water cooling. That's phase change cooling. I assume you're talking about things like the Vapochill and Promethia. Well, they're not water cooling, they're basicly a refrigerator plumbing that uses various chemicals like freon to evaporate then condense again. And LN2, that's not even close to how they use it. They make pretty much cups that sit on the chipsets, pour the LN2 in and bench, its not something that you can use for more than a few minuets...

    Basicly I'm not trying to say that I know everything, hell theres lots I don't know, but they'er's lots you don't know either, so don't be calling someone a noob when there are plenty others that know more than you...
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    Guess I killed the thread...
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    updated

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    Any update for pics on this setup, it's about what i want to do with the display and my truck just curious couldn't get any pics to come up . . .

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