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post #61 of 98
@ Asetek_Stu, I saw the vid and was actually impressed. I know with better fans, or using 2 fans, and better ambient temps will drop.
But i want to ask are the mem/vrm cooled with the stock fan or are they included in the block?

Edit: The pros of this product is the fact u can keep the fan to 40% or 30% which is unheard able, or go crazy for bench and do 100% fan and oc .
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Lets not forget this is just as "stupid" as the h50 was considered to be. You just have to buy this along with the card. If only Corsair would simply make an adapter to GPU sockets...
post #63 of 98
Well I think if your running stock speeds, with a couple low speed fans on the rad would help to keep db down. Maybe with a small overclock. Having a fan on the card as well as a 120 rad kinda seems weird to me. I wouldn't be caught dead with this thing in my system either way....

It seems to me that this isn't targeted at the water cooling crowd. This seems more targeted at the best buy money to burn type people. (Shrug)

Having an i7 on a single 120mm with a 580 attached, even if its not doing all the card cooling seems like suicide.
post #64 of 98
Remind anyone of something?

    
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post #65 of 98
Looks good,but kinda old school.
We need something new and cool like an alien watercooler.
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post #66 of 98
Ludicrous. That would barely cool an overclocked CPU alone, let alone a CPU plus a 580...

How can they think any sort of serious 'enthusiast' would buy this?
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post #67 of 98
I would have bought it if it were like this,

No CPU cooling but instead some kind of closed loop which can be used later to add a second card..

For me, this is just not a great idea..
    
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post #68 of 98
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Originally Posted by Asetek_Stu View Post

3. The radiator on the CPU/GPU loop is our 120mm DOUBLE THICK radiator. With two fans, it is more than capable of handle nearly 400W.

. Admittedly, some overclocking potential is diminished, but not all.

Admittedly your BS'ing
Stu STOP talking of both sides of your mouth. Either it will remove 400 watts worth of heat or it wont.

I'm pessimist. Prove it!
Edited by DrFPS - 6/14/11 at 3:16pm
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post #69 of 98
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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post
sadly this is overclock.net with that sentence alone makes it a bad idea. no offense sir
None taken! It must be noted that we did not post this news here and this isn't necessarily a product for every overclocker or for the overclock.net community. We are creating something like this for the guy who want performance without the hassle. I agree its not for everyone.

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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
Rad is Alu? waterblock is Cu? ....oh dear.
The gains seen from aluminum vs copper radiators are often negligible and often misunderstood. The gains aren't actually seen from thermal conductivity but from the ability to increase the fin pitch and thus the fin density due to thinner material. In most cases, this only gains less than 1 degree per 100W. Compare that with the price of copper vs aluminum and you guys would be paying a lot more money for a very small amount of performance. We know that you guys and our reviewers care about Price/Performance ratios and thus we forego the tiny boost to save everyone some money. I hope that was clear but feel free to ask more questions

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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post
you really suit your name he already gave a link about the gpu-only closed loop and it is impressive http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJRsB...ature=youtu.be I can't say the same about the cpu+gpu one
Thanks for helping him out.

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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
Thats the one im talking about. the gpu only loop may work well,but your limited to 1 card in your system.
We have spec'd the tube lengths to be able to reach more than one outlet in a chassis. For instance, Corsair's new case offerings support up to 2 radiators up top

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Originally Posted by BlackandDecker View Post
But they never show the Furmark temps
Something got messed up with the text in the movie, but if you listen during the overclock part I tell you that during the FurMark test the GPU was at only 52C which is 31C LOWER than that stock air solution. Not to mention how much quieter

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Sadly, isn't PNY a little late in the game though? This would've been much more suited had it been attempted some time back.
No because other solutions have been much more expensive. The GPU only version only adds $100 to the price of the card. That is FAR cheaper than previous attempts at this
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post #70 of 98
The rad being alu is not in reference to it being bad temp wise.(I assume) With a copper waterblock and an a alu radiator their can be issues with galvanic corrosion. I'm assuming whatever your using has some sort of corrosion inhibitor in it .... One hopes their is something anyways.
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