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post #131 of 262 Old 12-07-2010, 10:05 AM
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You can do it , but the temps may be go high because of the GTX480 gpu temp.

so its better to start saving
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Gdfthr248 did it with a 9800gtx and it only increased his cpu 2 degrees. I think I could pull it off with lower over clock but I wanted some feedback. Might have to make a new thread to get some though.

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Updated this weekend, added a MCW60 to my 9800gtx. Folding temps dropped from mid 70's to mid 50's using the H50 pump and rad. CPU temps had a modest 2 degree increase but are still very reasonable.
the attached photo is the one Gdfthr248 posted with this quote
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Just modded my H50. Added Swiftech res, tubes and threw in some uv effects.

I also took out the hd bay and placed the stock rad in front as I was getting higher temp on my north bridge coz of air coming in from front as well as back. Now it has better air circulation. Just 2-3 degree drop at idle, but north and south bridge are running lot cooler.

Love the new look!!
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post #134 of 262 Old 12-15-2010, 08:59 PM
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Hey guys, im looking to pick up some clear tubing tomorrow. It's 1/4" ID correct?

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Hey guys, im looking to pick up some clear tubing tomorrow. It's 1/4" ID correct?

Yes thats it. I picked mine from home depot for 5 bucks for 10ft and barbs for 2$ each.

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post #136 of 262 Old 12-18-2010, 02:04 AM
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what is the diffirence between H50/70 and regular WC

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this isn't mine but I came across it. ghetto at its best

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Alright, so if you refer to post #3 on this thread you'll see I modded my h50 several months ago with clear tubes. It appears as if I either didn't flush the radiator well enough or more likely I put too much PT Nuke Biocide in the water and so my tubes are yellowish like this:

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It still cools the same, but it looks bad, so I'm going to be disassembling my loop in the next couple of weeks to flush it and put new liquid in it. While I have it apart, I've decided to make a couple upgrades in hopes of being able to run 4.8GHz 24/7 on my new i7-2600k processor... kind of an h50 to h70 conversion sort of thing.

First, I'll be installing some of these sexy 3/8" hose clamps to ease any phobia of leaks.
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Also I'll be installing this 54mm thick radiator. Obviously a 240 radiator would have been preferable, but I'm working with an antec 300 here so it wasn't really an option. Results ought to be interesting as the h70 has nowhere near the fin density of this radiator
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