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Re: Get Your Own CoolIT Domino CPU Cooler by Twittering with LR

Post by stereo55 » Sat Aug 29, 2009 11:04 am

Wow , nice unit and prize . Congrats .

Hmmm , now I want one for my i7 build (in progress) 8) :P

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Post by werty316 » Sat Aug 29, 2009 11:39 am

Congrats! :partyman:
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Post by DL13 » Mon Aug 31, 2009 7:29 pm

Congrate KnightRid :drinkers:
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Post by KnightRid » Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:10 am

Thank you all again :)

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I wonder if this unit could be converted to work on just a video card - basically have 2 units in your case, 1 for cpu, 1 for gpu - doubt they make blocks for gpu though.
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Post by Apoptosis » Wed Sep 02, 2009 1:46 pm

please send me your shipping info!

As for splicing the line and adding something to it I'm not sure that will work as it doesn't have a fill port.
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Post by KnightRid » Thu Sep 03, 2009 11:58 am

Apoptosis wrote:please send me your shipping info!

As for splicing the line and adding something to it I'm not sure that will work as it doesn't have a fill port.
Oh ok -thought you had my info - PM'ing now :)

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I meant to use one unit for the cpu and a whole separate unit for the gpu - I doubt it could handle both from one unit. I just dont know if there is a gpu block sold that would fit on this unit :)
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Post by slugbug » Thu Sep 03, 2009 7:24 pm

This is a sealed unit with no fill port so the only way you could mod this to fit on a GPU would be to somehow add another reservoir.

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Post by KnightRid » Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:28 pm

Guess what UPS just brought :supz: I will post more pics as I install it and get some temps!!! I hope to get this done by this weekend at the latest - gonna try tomorrow!
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Post by stereo55 » Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:47 pm

Niiiice :finga: :) 8) .... * and jealous :P
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Post by KnightRid » Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:25 pm

I said "screw it" and I installed it rather than cleaning :)

VERY quiet! I can hear the damn little chipset fan over top this thing! EASY to install! AMAZINGLY easy! Temps were 60C with the stock cooler running [email protected] and are now at 44C wiht the same running =D>

now for the bad - those rubber holders to hold the fan/radiator to the case, have me worried - they are pretty darn flimsy...lol I think the review stated this, but they do hold, so I will see what happens. I have the Cooler Master HAF-932 case with the 230mm side fan and the 140mm back fan. Of course the 140mm had to come off for the radiator and they were nice enough to include mounting holes for 120mm fans!! REL bad is the fact I can not get the side panel back on the case with the 230mm fan on :( there are mounting hole to replace the 230mm with 4 80's, so I might try and see if I can get 3 80's on there instead of the 1 230mm - still kinda sux because the 230mm is so quiet!

Other than that she is purring along VERY nicely!! I really didnt think the temps would drop that much, but they have! I may try and overclock this core i7-920 !!

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OH all the temps are without going in to the bios and turning anything off in the bios yet - going to check that stuff now, and with the Domino at the lowest fan speed setting!!!
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Post by Apoptosis » Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:44 pm

Just don't put tension or a ton of torque on the plastic lines and you will be fine... If you have to route it with force, then you'll have issues. If you just let it go natural then it will be fine... The tubes had me worried as well, but I've used several coolers with the same design and they are okay till you push them too hard.

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Post by Illuminati » Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:05 pm

More pics!
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Post by KnightRid » Wed Sep 16, 2009 6:38 am

Illuminati wrote:More pics!
I took some of it in the system - just have to wait till the wife brings the camera home to get them off :)

Didnt take any of the building of it, since it was so friggin easy!! backplate, 4 built in screws for the plate, and 4 rubber pulley things for the radiator fan!


I have it overclocked to 200mhz fsb right now ;) I boosted the voltage to around 1.3 on the cpu and the mem to around 1.66 and it has run stable all night with [email protected] running :mrgreen:

I will play with higher fsb settings today if I have time!!!

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Apoptosis wrote:Just don't put tension or a ton of torque on the plastic lines and you will be fine... If you have to route it with force, then you'll have issues. If you just let it go natural then it will be fine... The tubes had me worried as well, but I've used several coolers with the same design and they are okay till you push them too hard.

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Post by Apoptosis » Fri Sep 25, 2009 9:06 am

Are you going to post more pics?

If not I'd like to lock the thread.. Was keeping it open for you to post your pics.
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Post by KnightRid » Sat Sep 26, 2009 6:01 am

Apoptosis wrote:Are you going to post more pics?

If not I'd like to lock the thread.. Was keeping it open for you to post your pics.
still holding out for the camera to make its way home *sigh* I am telling her again today! - if I do not have pictures up tomorrow, go ahead and lock it - she closes tonight so I am hoping I can remember to call her before she leaves and then she will bring it! darn women :p

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Post by KnightRid » Sun Sep 27, 2009 5:44 am

OK, here are 2 more of it in the case - if you want some of the lcd while running. let me know. I have hidden the camera, so it should be here for me to use :mrgreen:

You like my cable management :finga: LOL - I was in a hurry to get it up and running to see the OC potential - one of these days I will fix it!

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