Well, I should start out by saying that I have never watercooled anything. In fact, I have not really modded anything either. But reading about the awesome things that people have done here have given me a bit of a bug.
So, I'm basically trying to think of fun things to do that will allow me a nice overclock.
I'm thinking about picking up a P4 3.0 (can't decide Northwood or Prescott yet) and would like it to go to at least 3.6. I think water will get me there more comfortably than air, and I just happen to have a small fridge that I can put next to the PC.
So basically: Would it make sense to have some sort of resevoir (I would estimate 2L or more) in the bottom of the fridge that has cooled water and make that part of a watercooling setup?
3 things jump out at me. 1) If I use a radiator, then I will actually warm
the water as it will be below ambient. 2) There will be a certain point in which the water has been heated enough that I will have to use the radiator again for cooling. At which point I am also warming the fridge and getting my beer warm! Not good! 3) Is the added length of the loop a problem?
Anyway, I'm just brainstorming here, so any thoughts would be appreciated!