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SCORE! Look what I just sniped!!

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November 4, 2006 2:33:19 PM


The heater core from a '05 chrysler crossfire! This is going to make a gooood rad. :D  :D  :D  :D  :D  :D 

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November 4, 2006 3:00:07 PM

cool mount ya up a couple 120mm fans on it and go to town :D 
November 4, 2006 3:56:36 PM

That's one good radiator for a pc watercooling I tell ya. But you need to have a push-pull fan setup on that high-density cooling fins. I've been actually looking for a nice core heater rad for my water cooling rad in the first place. But didn't have a luck finding a good one that fits inside my case so I got a pc rad instead. But anyways, with that rad you should be able to cool down cpu, northbridge and two graphics cards with no problem. As long as you have a good pump and fan setup.
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November 4, 2006 4:32:50 PM

Looks like you need to get a fin comb to straighten things out on the radiator, but with a couple fans attached, that should cool everything you have and more.
November 5, 2006 1:28:59 AM

Yeah they're a little messed up, I think the crossfire was in a collision. Nothing very serious though.

I'm going to use 4 12cm fans , two push two pull.
November 5, 2006 4:55:57 AM

Should keep the water cool dude, wusy has a good idea there, you could even use a fan like I have,, with a custom side panel. Transmission coolent rad is the best has .5 coupling
November 6, 2006 4:35:16 PM

What pump are you going to use with that?
November 7, 2006 9:17:54 PM

mcp655, well actually the danger den version cause it's cheaper.
November 7, 2006 9:37:17 PM

That would be the DD12V-D5, right?
November 7, 2006 10:46:02 PM