Homemade Water Block

Discussion in 'Xbox 360' started by Brown Wigga, Nov 7, 2008 with 1 replies and 1,069 views.

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  1. Brown Wigga

    Brown Wigga Enthusiast

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    Well i got a couple 360s that red ring (:.() and one of them i have fixed several times but still gets the rod. I have removed the X-clamp, put to extra fans inside of it and mounted the dvd drive to the top of the case for room, but it still rod'd after like a month. Well anyway. I'm pour and a worthless piece of **** without a job so im attempting to hand make an entire water cooler for this xbox from junk inside my closet. I dont give a **** if it leaks a day or 2 later and my 360 is ruined, i just want to feel some sort of acomplishment by making a working water cooler. Soo... here is the model i have created of what i want my water block to look like.

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    I want to make it from the old 360 cpu heatsink base and peg things. i have already ripped the little fins and **** off of the heatsink and cuz it down to where i want it. Pretty much all im asking is if this waterblock idea will work (keep the box cool). Here are some more pictures.
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    After looking at several other water blocks this seams obsolete and difficult to make. I probably wont go with this idea so can some one conferm that this is horrible and wont benefit anything.

    Here is a download link to my model. Its a .rar and inside is a .max(3Ds Max) and .3DS model of the waterblock.:wink:
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    :w00t:Thanks in advance.:w00t:

    P.S. I only spent 2 hours on it so it isnt the best plan/model but it should do I suppose.
     
  2. xbh1h2

    xbh1h2 Getting There

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    Well as long as you don't give a **** if it ruins your xbox or not I say GO FOR IT!:thumbup:
     
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