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Ulitza PC update


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I changed the computer, new coolant, UV-sensitive. Also I installed the graphics card liquid cooling Block.
 
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Give the guard a tip!  Awesome!


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ulitza you're on holiday. Don't give yourself a heart attack overclocking!

 

I KNOW that we PC geeks are hooked on the anxiety rush on rebooting some of our experiments. Success or fail?   ;) 


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I like the R2 unit!


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OMG, playbits pictures again! :headbang:  :headbang:  :headbang:  :occasion14: Awesome!


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The guy who really did the work........    :histerija:       :histerija:


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I like the R2 unit!

My USB hub :)


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Dave ??

 

Where to did you know that I have a heart defect :sad11: , oh yes I am an old man :angel4: :histerija: :histerija:


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Oh man that's all I need, an R2D2 hub that moves around on it's own. I can't even get the USB plugs into my stationary slots. :mrgreen: :histerija: (Joking, I hope it doesn't move!)

 

An Eheim pump huh... I've had good luck with those for lots of years.


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Oh man that's all I need, an R2D2 hub that moves around on it's own. I can't even get the USB plugs into my stationary slots. :mrgreen: :histerija: (Joking, I hope it doesn't move!)

 

An Eheim pump huh... I've had good luck with those for lots of years.

I like the Eheim pumps :razz: , efficient and do not like any sound, but when you remember to put the pump shaft pipe tape.
R2D2 is fortunately not move and does not move any other R2D2 figures, clock and money box which is over there on the shelf. :histerija:


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Yo Nice :icon_pray: Only liquid cooling I have is when I buy a six pack :histerija:


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I changed the computer, new coolant, UV-sensitive. Also I installed the graphics card liquid cooling Block.
 
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Very nice Ulitza.

 

TY for sharing.

 

N :)


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I've had to replace the pump armature (kind of expensive) on two Eheim's once. The magnet split on one and it started to make unreal noise, the other was sloppy so I replaced it. Tape does work on some noisy units when the impeller is loose! Though we are talking years (5+) of constant usage before I had any problems.

 

I recently changed to Swiftech MCP655 which I really like too. Nice and quiet, at least for now! Had it a couple of years at minimum.


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I've had to replace the pump armature (kind of expensive) on two Eheim's once. The magnet split on one and it started to make unreal noise, the other was sloppy so I replaced it. Tape does work on some noisy units when the impeller is loose! Though we are talking years (5+) of constant usage before I had any problems.

 

I recently changed to Swiftech MCP655 which I really like too. Nice and quiet, at least for now! Had it a couple of years at minimum.

 

I had some Swiftech and it was just terrible noise and then I changed Ehein pump.
I was in a garage at the far end one Eheim pump, but the garage is so full of all the stuff I did not find it.
I bought via Ebay another machine with such a cheap pump.

 

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It is so quiet.


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I moved the water tank inside the machine and put the pump hose drain valve.

 

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Well I had to try the MCP655 since I never had one before. Since you mentioned your Swiftech being loud, I just leaned over to check mine. I can't hear it at all over the Rad fans. Truthfully, my Eheim 1250 was quiet for years until the magnet broke in two. I did have one of the lower PSI Eheim's that made more noise. I also have two Hydor's that sucked and I removed them from my systems, but they still work and are the oldest of the bunch.

 

Man I like your little drain shutoff valve, that's cool and handy!


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Man I like your little drain shutoff valve, that's cool and handy!

 

Directly from China.
Easy to empty system fluid, if needed.


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I moved the water tank inside the machine and put the pump hose drain valve.

 

 

Awesome job! Be careful though. ;)  Thanks again for showing us playbits pictures. :razz:


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Awesome job! Be careful though. ;)  Thanks again for showing us playbits pictures. :razz:

 

 

Be careful is a fact Dahaka. Over the years I fried a couple of things. Most recently a brand new HD 6970 when I modified a different layout type water block for it... and I knew better. That was a major loss of cash! All because of  a minor drip from my impatience. :banghead:  My fault!


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                 All because of  a minor drip from my impatience. :banghead:  My fault!

 

 

 

 

Been there, done that too.......  :wacko:


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