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    [AF] Andreoid & Finnzwerg retoques watercool (muchas fot

    Hi everybody!
    I would like to show you some pictures what I (André) with a friend (Finn) do tinker in our free time.
    We both come from Germany like Bundymania.

    Our crafting threads on hobby basis consist in many forums since 2007.
    The self made waterblocks have exited many readers, and some of you allready know our homemade coolers. Maybe some of you allready had discovered our pictures in the waterblock-picture-threads in other forums.
    In close cooperation with many forum users, we have developed a lot of waterblocks.
    Often, you can take part of the developement and be really close with decisions here in the forum.

    I hope that you are going to enjoy reading my posts and you do some questions or answering mine, when i have some questions in design or something like this! ^^


    Here is a picture of what we are able to do and so you can see what you can expect here in this thread


    at the beginning a picture from our old workshop in my basement:

    Left side: a noise-protection-box with CNCs, on the right...our manual drill.
    at the bottom: this is me...gluing the CNC coolant effluent

    the workshop was really small.
    It was 9m² and is now too small for our new CNC
    But see below for more


    left side, our first CNC - right, a couple of EVGA 680i PWM copper bottoms


    here a CAD of our new CNC milling machine ...
    here in the thread you can follow the assembling
    from the CAD to the implementation of the real machine

    the old basement was much, much too small for our new CNC machine...so we watched out for a new room.
    An acquaintance have had a little space for ous in his wooden hall.
    The place was just twice as large as my cellar, but hopefully that will be enough space for our new workshop.


    in the next few posts I will provide you with pictures of building the new workshop,.. so stay tuned


    MfG Andreoid & finnzwerg

    (please anwser in english.. spanish i only can translate with google -.- )

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    The first picture is awsome! The finish of the blocks is quite impresive for "homemade" blocks. I have read you in Xtreme Systems before and it's a plesure to have you in our forums.

    BTW, please edit the pictures because they exceed the maximum allowed size (650*650) or just leave them like links or thumbnails.

    Regards and hoping for more photos! :wink:

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    The first picture is awsome! The finish of the blocks is quite impresive for "homemade" blocks. I have read you in Xtreme Systems before and it's a plesure to have you in our forums.

    BTW, please edit the pictures because they exceed the maximum allowed size (650*650) or just leave them like links or thumbnails.

    Regards and hoping for more photos! :wink:
    thank you very much

    wtf 650x650? and i though 600x800 is smal
    hmm can't make them more smal... cause it would have an affect on other forums also -.-
    and if i just link these pix everybody is nerved cause he have to open every single link

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    Hello Andreoid

    As Rafa said, truly impresive work on those blocks.

    I might contact you in a while for a custom work on a Maximus III Extreme

    The max width for the pictures is 650 pixels so, please, re-upload them using an image host like this. Select the URL file type.

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    wtf 650x650? and i though 600x800 is smal
    Yes, I also think that it's small, but are the rules and we have to respect them. If you don't do it a mod will do it xD

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    wtf 650x650? and i though 600x800 is smal
    Yes, I also think that it's small, but are the rules and we have to respect them. If you don't do it a mod will do it xD
    haha... i think these are smal enough now

    so,..no new cnc ,..without a place for it ^^
    the room for the new workshop at the beginning looked like this:


    Storage -.- good that vacuum cleaner exists ^^


    The wall you can see here is the wall to the outside.
    We have embedded a couple of thick fiberglass mats so it's not going to be so cold in winter.


    it is finally a more lighted workshop ... This is much better than a cellar


    then we started with the casing:


    here the first wall is finished:


    That was't this easy with the 2 oblique beams


    and here the second wall


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    so, that I not only bother you with dirty pictures of building the workshop
    here something brilliant:

    Finn and I had bought two 16GB USB Flash Drives supertallent
    these were ideal to refine ^^


    very slowly and carefully engraved with the CNC


    like it?






    regards Andreoid

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    I'm drooling xD

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    I'm drooling xD
    ^^

    building the workshop goes on

    Finn was afraid that he will get cold feet in winter
    so he had insulated the floor additionally


    well protected during working with the circular saw


    and the saw does its work


    Today, another cameraman
    (I was sitting at home with a fresh operated hernia at this time -.-)


    The new floor has been moved up into the last corner:


    ready:

    whether it works... i dont know
    cause we have never worked without the wooden floor

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    here 2 full surround views:

    http://anfi-tec.de/forenbilder/ausbau2/gr9.JPG

    for a large view, click on the link under the pictures.


    http://anfi-tec.de/forenbilder/ausbau2/gr10.JPG

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    Then they went on with the inside working
    First made a couple of drawers
    which lend themselves well as a surface to do the cuts


    and the first factory-bank (with sitting-height) was finished
    It was getting dark outside ... and the 2 workers were exhausted


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    and now something for everyone who doesnt look in here for building workshop pictures:

    my sister bought her aan dell-laptop... she said that it is too impersonal
    so I've levered out the logo and made 2 plaques to engrave preturned

    first try...


    here the cnc made some mistakes with the "n"


    not difficult to guess what's her name ^^


    i hope that i can show you something diffentent than engraving works next time

    regards Andreoid

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    actually this should be a watercooling thread so I have to show you some waterblocks a few times between ^^

    top left of the MSI 790FX fullcover ... and the follower down in the middle


    because a bad sitting capacitor on the board the new MSI 890FX fullcover block have now a smaller top. is has a winding distance of 18mm


    Despite 890s engraving backward compatible to 790FX


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    and if we are talking about the 890 boards...
    PWM032 the new 890FX for ASUS boards!


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    here a few photos of the user "fhantastic" from the "forumdeluxx"
    He has let nickeled his evga cooler set (not by us...we can't do this)


    klick

    PWM029 EVGA P55 left block

    klick

    the EVGA P55 FTW 200 fullcover Waterblock
    but it dont fit on the EVGA P55 FTW without "200" addition

    klick


    klick

    regards
    André

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    something new again ;D

    I start with a couple of photos that are prettier than mine
    a high quality project, which I supported a little bit:


    Marc's "Projekt Black meets Blue" - Marc1993
    http://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f1 ... 84330.html

    on the Gigabyte GA-P55A were installed a PWM031 two times and a UCD grande.
    the bottoms were stained dark chemical













    hmmm ,..,... In my presentation, the last five images are not shown

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    Unfortunately I can not make such amazing photos
    for now I'll show some new models ^^
    a new fullcover light waterblock for the MSI 890GXM-G65

    the cool links, like the 790 or 890FX cooler, the NB with the voltage transformers
    I have decided against engraving, because the arm is very thin




    the Sapphire IPC AM3DD785G NB & SB block i have made new too
    (our Soleil01 cpu block as AMD Version)

    close to the air cooler



    when a slot milling soleil01 bottom,..some things can go wrong ...
    here is the saw blade bursted
    you can still see the remains of copper sheet in the bottom
    as a time to say, there is no action at a water cooling



    this weekend will get an Asus Crosshair IV Formula (AMD 890FX)

    There will probably come a full light as the 790FX
    and maybe a total fullcoverblock


    .

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    Let's get for something of the tinkering which may be missing in no instance

    the music ^^

    I had 2 large PA speakers left, but the tweeter were broken


    opened and located


    the small hair-wires were torn down at the focal points -.-


    very thin


    So out of that glue


    soldered a new thicker wire


    Top out again, and solder them


    tested works - assembling


    and in the new workshop


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    In the workshop it went on.
    all the drawers were finished and the workintables were completed


    stuff-boxes


    computer for controling for cncs


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    last but not least something for the watercooling-junkys:
    I once i have tested whether Soleil fullcopperblock can be produced economically:
    I have 3 pieces of milled
    View from below:


    done (cut / thread / etc) from the bottom with Oring


    upside


    complete with bracket screws floor and then he looked like this:










    We will keep the top here and investigate whether any material change has an effect on the performance of the cooler

    in large quantities (economic production) as the Soleil POM-top can not produce the fullcopperblock with our current resources
    for everyone who does not know it yet:

    Soleil01 with black pom-top


    the problems in producing the fullcopperblock are:
    the bevel on mice top
    The countersunk screws
    The threading ger G1 / 4 "thread (I do this by hand, because the cordless electric screwdriver is to weak)
    greater tolerance transgressions because the production is simply too difficult to edit material as plastic
    maybe we could produce fullcopperblock economically with the big cnc later, but then it would kill the time by changing the cutting-tools manually

    so an automatic tool change spindle for the big cnc must be purchased...
    (but free in the required size, it will cost about € 10,000 incl
    accessories such as tool holders, ac drives, pneumatic actuation)
    *hmmpf* ... so saving money saving money saving money :'(
    regards [ΛF] Andreoid

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    Hi Andrea.

    Some time ago I follow your work both waterblocks as CNC (I'd seen in CNC Zone).

    The truth is that I can only give you my congratulations.

    Give me so jealous! The availability of a space dedicated to workshop!

    I have my router installed in a room in a flat.

    I send you a mp to make some inquiries.

    A greeting.

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    Hi Andrea.
    please without the second "a" Andrea is a girls name ^^
    my name is André ^^

    Cita Iniciado por pritt
    Some time ago I follow your work both waterblocks as CNC (I'd seen in CNC Zone).
    you have seen my cnc on cnczone.com? o0 or did i misunderstood your sentence?

    Cita Iniciado por pritt
    The truth is that I can only give you my congratulations.
    thx

    Cita Iniciado por pritt
    I have my router installed in a room in a flat.
    no problems with the neighbours cause the loudness?

    Cita Iniciado por pritt
    I send you a mp to make some inquiries.
    ok

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    Sorry about the name ... the translator.

    The CNC Zone, do not you post the assembly of the workshop? ... it might be in another forum. It was seen that the assembly of the workshop and how to download the new CNC with a crane.

    My router, then to avoid noise I have it in a "drawer."

    A greeting.

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    so, after three weeks of waiting for the board by a user ...
    the board simply does not come, and the user do not report to my mails
    so I bought my own board. -.-

    first putting the uninteresting cooler down


    for the voltage converter and north bridge, there is again a anfi-tec light cover
    this is the cooler in the cad file, graphically


    simulated:


    and in real life
    top only layed on


    distance of 22.5 mm g1/4" thread .. it also fits thick 16/10


    the copper bridge already provided in the ocerclocked MSI790FX good temperatures ... then it will work at the asus too

    Details:






    with the UCD (universal cooling device) SB in addition you get the board as completely cooled
    should I draw a complete full cover block? (~ 12 hours of cad working)
    I would at least have to mill about 10 blocks, so that the effort worthwhile for long cadding, ..

    Now, you are asked:

    1) a favorable light Cover + SB UCD is enough.
    2) An elaborate Full Cover must be already.


    regards
    André

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    Continuing with the entrance into the workshop ... it had happened a lot.
    The insulation-box has already been set up and the control PCs with monitors have been installed.
    Works in comparison to the old workshop really lost in the space


    But before the CNCs were able to move back in the box, they had to be serviced in first.


    The Model-aluminum CNCs dont tolerate the coolant for miling and the copper in any way.
    The CNC base are totally corroded. Thus, a AluCNC is nothing for eternity if one manufactures waterblocks.


    Then the machines into the box, and production begins ^^


    Large workshops want to accommodate large machines
    our new helper


    handy



    although we have windows in the new workshop, one should not be missed,
    The poster out of the first workshop... this now become indeed the third workshop ^^
    hope we can stay in there for a longer time as in the other workshops -.-


    regards Andreoid

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    What coolant are you using?

    I use white drilling and I have no cooroded.

    ... but, with copper, leak.

    When I finish I'll try one that I bought at RDG Tools.

    A greeting.

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    What coolant are you using?

    I use white drilling and I have no cooroded.

    ... but, with copper, leak.

    When I finish I'll try one that I bought at RDG Tools.

    A greeting.
    we use some cheap coolant from ebay..
    but this coolnt sux... i think it is not the best for health too

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    So i didn't post anything a long time ago... studies getting harder and harder.. spending more and more time with learning and writing tests
    but now my tests of the last semester are over and i got the time to make some new blocks!

    We got Asus crosshair IV extreme... overkclocking by iPhone... so this is the future of mainboards
    so then,...lets cool this thing!
    i made a 3D cad of the board,.. because this got to be complex
    (the litle copper rings is the start of the waterblocks)


    these rings will be connected tangential.. an so the blocks grows


    between the PCI-E slot and the 4 capacitors i have space of ~ 8mm
    if i design a waterchanel in there, it would kill every flow in the block


    two lightcoverblocks or two fullcoverblocks
    made the copperplates:


    again the same problem... the space over the pwms is not wide enough for a chanel with a good waterflow -.-


    so i took the lightcoverblock which established itself in the MSI790FX, MSI890FX,
    890GXM-G65, ASUS Crosshair IV Formula, Asus M4A 890FX and in the EVGA P55 FTW 200.


    i like this little tools in the cad program... radius tool


    the SB Lightcover between the second and third graficcard with triple SLI.
    the waterflow ist direct over the SB Chip.


    NB PWM block, the waterflow ist direct over the NB Chip.


    a view from the side. you can see the placement of the fittings between the graficcards


    isometric angle


    this here is interessting
    the block and the board are in a cut view .. so that you can see the waterchanel, and the notch of the seal


    although playing in 3D i have to test the correctness with an plexidummy


    milling it in plexi


    fits!


    better than the plexidummy...the real ones in copper!






    Finn and I are the first ones with offering the cooling set for this Asus crosshair IV extrem..
    let's see how quickly the bigger manufacturers will follow us

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    today a test of our "UPC slim" was published

    Our universal PWM "UPC slim" had been tested by the german watercoolingsite "Effizienzgurus.de" against a MVR-100-block by Koolance.
    The UPC had got an efficiency-award!

    next to a pair of pretty pictures and detailed descriptions of the coolers
    there is still a flow test of both coolers (but unfortunately complete in german)


    link to the test:
    http://www.effizienzgurus.de/review/was ... daten.html



    hmm somehow i cant see my pictures in here

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    Corrected images:

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    A greeting

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    I love this pics, really nice waterblock ^^, they are simple and efective =).

    bye!

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    Waterblocks for the EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200

    so,.. i have a naked EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200 lying here
    at first the PWM modules....
    The water cooler model what I design for cools over the entire length the
    digital MOSFET and CPL modules (just like the original air-cooler).
    The cooler will cost 45 € ...


    Now for the problem case, the NB-SB cooler. Indeed, there are 4 possible options:

    Option 1: Two separate cooler, a new model for the NB with series-top and UCDsb for the SB.
    I thought to set all this in a package with the UCDsb for ~ 60 €
    (usable fittings, max 18mm diameter).
    In this version, you maybe get space problems with a thick graphiccard.

    Option 2: A Lightcover model as the EVGA P55 FTW 200
    with a series-PWM -top ~ 60 € (usable fittings, as desired)

    Option 3: Another Lightcover but somewhat smaller than in version 2 ~ 55 €
    (usable fittings, max 18mm diameter).
    The cooler uses the same cover as in version 1.

    Option 4: An all-through-flow cooler ..
    but only one way,... a thread up and one down.
    ~ 65€ because no series top can be used.
    In this version, you maybe get space problems with a thick graphiccard, too.

    Version 1:


    Version 2:


    Version 3:


    Version 4:


    For a version with both threads up, and a channel to the SB an back there,
    there is not enough space for the two required channels.

    now its your turn... especially of interest is of course the opinion of the people who have a EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200

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    no opinion to the NBSB at the EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200?

    btw... happy new year!

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    I think we are all with a big hangover hehehe.

    Btw, im very impressed with your work, its amazing.

    About the EVGA mobo, i think version 2 is the most suitable one. Will be amazing if version 4 is possible but you are right i think too there is no room for the 2 water channels needed.

    Anyway im almost new to liquid cooling so im not of much help

    Oh and happy new year too

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    I think we are all with a big hangover hehehe.

    Btw, im very impressed with your work, its amazing.

    About the EVGA mobo, i think version 2 is the most suitable one. Will be amazing if version 4 is possible but you are right i think too there is no room for the 2 water channels needed.

    Anyway im almost new to liquid cooling so im not of much help

    Oh and happy new year too
    thank you

    stood today with a hangover in my workshop, but here is the finish:
    Anfi-tec EVGA P55 Classified 200 set ^^

    is in my shop, and will be available at aquatuning.uk/us for 89,90€ (120$)

    tomorrow i'll make some more pictures

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    The new PWM037 .. cools as the original cooler, the digital PWMs and the CPL components.


    and this is the finished EVGA P55 CLASSIFIED 200 watercoolingset:


    just like the EVGA P55 FTW 200 had , i had created an opening for the silver quarz in this lightcover.
    The distances, except for the connection to the SB, are completely identical to the EVGA P55 FTW 200 Light Cover.
    As a cover I have now decided for a series-cover with the size of the UCDgrande.


    On the SB there is no engraving ...
    in turn, saving significant cost in production because no tool change must take place.
    Instead, there is a nice design-gimmick with a few indicated Fins .
    This is really just a design element! The SB can be cooled completely
    through the copper-bridge to the NB without additional air flow.
    The copper-bridge- (Light Cover) technology has proven good temperatures on
    many boards, even in overclocked state (eg. MSI 790FX, ASUS Crosshair Formula IV ..etc).
    There is no need for critics to redirected at a water channel.
    Simply not liking the bare copper, one can say ^^
    (Because I know that the question is asked often:
    Unfortunately, we still do not have good/reliable partner for nickel plating in the area)


    I was against to make a complete new cover, because we can not produce
    these low-priced in the same good quality as our series-cover.
    I have chosen a series-cover, because we always have them in stock in the highest quality.
    This makes the cooler is not only cheaper, furthermore the surfaces and accuracy
    the cover remain in the desired quality.

    The mainboard is to be quite good for a full cover solution, but to produce
    high quality fullcover economically, we miss the instruments for.
    This was a compromise that I did not wish to.
    Then rather,usual well, but much cheaper.


    Not to forget is that the copper part disappears among graphics cards.
    The grandecover offers the PCI-E slot a little more space than its predecessor
    with the longer PWMtop at the EVGA P55 FTW 200th
    The grandecover affords instead of the proposed version of the Nano cover,
    a compatible for fittings with a diameter of 22.5 mm.


    The EVGA Set is now available in the anfi-tec shop for only 89.90€ (120$)..
    In stock next week then at Aqua tuning.



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    really nice waterblock =).

    bye!

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    Hi everybody,...
    i am so sorry that i have been away for so long.
    At the moment i'm writing my bachelor-thesis in engineering in an automotive supply company.
    this eats so much time
    So i've not made anything new for computers since a long time.
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    at july 15th i have finished waterblocks for the Asus Crosshair V Formula.
    a user of the "PC Games harware" forum has sent it to me for taking the measurements

    Due to my tight schedule due to the studies I have
    I again opted for an inexpensive light cover version.
    Compared to four individual coolers, i think that this is probably the better solution.


    a copper bridge will work again very well at this voltage converters.
    This bridge is already proved successful at several coolers. It is very similar
    to the Asus Crosshair IV extreme lightcover from 2010.



    Unlike to the 2010s light cover is, that the original backplates can be use in continue. So the pressure is exactly the same as given by the original air cooler.



    SB cooler has cut-outs for components below the top in the copper .
    The recesses were milled in on both sides, so you can chose the position of the connecting thread by rotating the cooler (top and bottom selectable).


    SB block


    PWM NB combi block (lightcover)


    in the lightcover you can screw fittings with a diameter of 22,5mm.
    in the little SB block only fittings with a diameter of 18mm


    ... the cnc has got some huge updates too.. i hope that i have more time soon to translate some more posts

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    After a long time here again an update from us! btw.. happy new year

    I have now successfully completed my Bachelor of Engineering
    and now working as a design(construction) engineer in a mechanical engineering company.
    Finn is just in the middle of his full-time study of electrical engineering.

    But do not worry, although we had such important milestones in 2010, we were not lazy this summer in Anfi-tec!
    Have diligently built in our workshop and the CNC milling machine further.
    Unfortunately, the documentation is a little left by the wayside but we try to fill these at later times .

    Now for the reason of the posting:
    we made 5 new waterblocks!

    GIGA-SET07 Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC
    * PWM 043 Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC
    * NBSB 026 Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC
    * UCD sb

    MSI-SET05 MSI 990FX-GD65
    * PWM044
    * UCD grande

    Anfi-tec ASUS Rampage IV Formula Set

    *PWM 046 für das ASUS Rampage IV Formula
    * UCD sb

    Asus M5A97 Pro
    * PWM047
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    so whats in here?


    wow,.. a mother board... Who would have thought that
    a Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC, Intel X58


    unpacking


    designing the blocks as always, the first is the DUMMY from plastic. today in blue plexiglass.


    PWM block:




    With a copper-bridge and cutouts for disturbing components from the bottom end.



    The PWM cooler was by far the trickiest PWM cooler we have developed!


    now fully equipped motherboard Gigabyte GA-X58A-OC
    with blocks in copper:

    Finn has so unfortunately overlooked two to be cooled components in the prototype for the PWMs :


    Therefore once a redesigns of the PWM cooler, in which the PWM043 grew a bit.


    Never before have we had a cooler that had to be milled out with so many levels.
    That's almost been like a graphics card cooler:



    NBSB026


    Complete view of the GIGA-SET07 Gigabyte GA-EX58-OC consisting NBSB026 / UCD SB / PWM043




    -----------------------------------------------------------
    MSI 990FXA-GD65



    The longest and thinnest PWM cooler from us (PWM044)


    the familiar UCDgrande


    By this setting here G1/4" connectors can be used as usual.


    MSI-SET05 MSI 990FX-GD65



    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    and some more PWM blocks:

    one for the Asus Rampage IV Formula


    the new PWM 046 for the ASUS Rampage IV Formula
    uses the original screws and the original motherboard backplate of the Board.


    As mainboardset with the UCDsb (here only upped the ante without lashes)


    how little the water coolers does look on the board when the aircoolers are removed. The airblocks are just show for 70%
    see: http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&cp...D5GA8gPQgYH7CQ


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    now I have one question to you, does the PWM cooler....


    ....fit on the Asus Rampage Extreme IV, too? cause they look damn similar. The PWM block has a hole spacing of ~ 100mm. If one compares the air cooler then it looks like the PWM cooler can be compatible.

    source: bit-tech.net
    Rampage Formula IV was at the left PWMs nothing to cool underneath the airblock. but how does it look at extreme?
    Also, the SB I'd like to see naked at the "extreme" ... possibly one of you has the board?

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    for the Asus M5A97 Pro....


    new PWM model
    PWM047 Asus M5A97 Pro

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    Awesome pics! I have the 990FXA GD65 and that looks so cool! (but I thinking I should sell it and go Intel , we'll see.)

    Gratsz anyway!
    http://www.sc2ranks.com/eu/1074983/MrDucktape


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    Awesome pics! I have the 990FXA GD65 and that looks so cool! (but I thinking I should sell it and go Intel , we'll see.)

    Gratsz anyway!
    did you sold your board?

    Anfi-tec PWM 044 MSI 990FXA-GD65






    does fit on the 990FXA-GD80 too
    Última edición por Andreoid; 15/03/2012 a las 19:58

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    long time ago but here a new update from us.
    we build up a photo-corner what gives our productphotos an ultra improvement
    here for example the NBSB028


    and here an old picture for example


    ----------------------------------------

    btw,.. good things take a lot of time,


    So what is this going to be?


    the pre-series-production started well




    we did sooo many tests to provide the best performance due to our teststation
    (looks old and dirty but there is a lot of knowledge for waterblock-testing hidden in the inside)




    in the end a little question: from which material is the mounting of your dream CPU-waterblock?

    - copper
    - brass
    - stainless steel
    - sth. else?

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    nobody wants to say sth?

    here something neeeew
    with alot effort we worked at our new homepage

    Anfi-tec.de ...it is not yet 100% ready,... an intelligent compatibility-list will follow.
    A page about us, a little page about reference-projects, and a page for partner ist also planed. (maybe the Forum want to have a banner placed there too?)

    Annnnd this is not the end:
    Here the delicious piece, fresh from the teststation with an absolute top performance in cooling efficiency and flow!!!

    With over 130 hours of development-time in design and internal channel geometry [B]the new Anfi-tec "three" CPU waterblock[/ B] is a worthy successor to our Soleil02 CPU cooler.
    Soon the probably most configurable CPU waterblock in the world of watercoolers!
    This thing soon is going to shake up the rankings
    The top is available in black and white POM, (metal is not planned, and acylic glass we never do because of the risk of fracture anyway)
    The mounting will be available in VA, brass and copper
    The cover is btw acylic glass in smoke gray and can be changed in red, green, blue etc ... adjusted according to the board!
    That will just look good always

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    For those who want to have the Anfi-tec "drei" CPU waterblock, we also have an AMD version!

    (real pictures will follow next week)


    The covers on the top we want to offer in various colors, so that it does match perfectly to your motherboard.
    Here is a "small" selection:


    We tried to consider all wishes:smoke gray (standard), red (goes well with Asus), orange (goes well with Gigabyte), greenlight blue (goes well with Intel and Asus), dark blue, neon red, neon blueneon orange / yellow, neon green, copper, brass


    with UV light that is really difficult to photograph. In reality the colors are much nicer


    fresh out of the machine, a little dirty from cutting excipient


    the stainless steel brackets, we have now there also Additionally, with copper and brass Cover


    You also can choose the mounting-brackets completely


    What do you say? Did we forget something?

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    now a little journey through time:

    Anfi-tec CPU01 "exFRS"


    Anfi-tec CPU01 "exFRS"


    Anfi-tec CPU02 "Soleil01"


    Anfi-tec CPU02 "Soleil02" (performance improvement)


    Anfi-tec CPU03 "drei"


    In terms of time the whole thing looks like this:
    30/03/2008 CPU01 "exFRS" was limited to 50 pieces (sold out)

    21/12/2008 CPU02 "Soleil01" (sold out)

    01.2012 CPU02 "Soleil02" (still about 25 left in stock)

    12.2015 CPU03 "three" (series launch of 100 units)

    The "drei" is basically an evolution of the Soleil02.
    In the inside it has a similar structure. Again, with the multi-intake-outtake principle only much finer, larger, with a calculated structure and only "three" inlets
    For the exterior design I wanted something elaborate like the exFRS. Therefore we needed a cover.
    Since you want to but have the inlet left or right , the Cover is 180° rotatable and so the lettering is always horizontal.
    Because of through the larger structure the cooler went more and more in the width, we had a design forth what the rectangular shape looks outstanding with Cover.
    Core inspiration here were the broken triangles of Oblivion ... God I like these:

    Because we wanted to present a manufacturable CPU cooler model together with the new website to Christmas, we have refrained from its own mounting bolts and put on proven. Here we have retaining bolt with suspension purchased directly from Watercool which therefore also specify the assembly / lateral insertion height of the bracket. One or the other perhaps has noticed it indeed by himself that we have bought here something
    http://pic.anfi-tec.de/2016.01.02_CP...nformation.jpg
    http://pic.anfi-tec.de/2016.01.02_CP.../Lieferung.jpg

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    today we finished the series of the "drei" CPU03 waterbock.
    The copper-bottom has an incredibly fine structure, with convex base for a perfect sit on the CPU!


    next wek we gonna send the first samples to some review-websites

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    besides all the water coolers something new from the workshop. We have tinkered us a sorting receptacle. With little effort you have such a tool at hand and place without a lot of searching exactly what you need:


    from the front to the back:
    V countersink, countersink, passage Taps, blind hole taps, and various


    .


    .

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    .

    also something new of out new CPU Waterblock "drei" !
    Early testers got their models and already unpacked.
    Here the Youtuber Kensch:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4liL4aAptE

    This time we have given the same effort like with the cooler also to the packaging.
    After the unpacking the can makes then even well as beeen desk pencil holder ...
    With the foam inlays the pen nibs also does not get broken.
    Can you because even superior if you open the box up or down.
    Or what do you think? Shall we stick the label directly this way, that the embossed cans side down, and the "openingside" is up?

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