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Originally Posted by urgrandpasdog;13870919 
Remind anyone of something?

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thats the one i was talkign about biggrin.gif
     
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Originally Posted by Asetek_Stu;13873507 


Rude, but noted. Just trying to help and definitely not trying to BS as it doesn't serve anyone to have misinformation spread around. In order to give you a crazy detailed answer, one of my engineers is doing all the math with a mock scenario (watts, ambient temp, case temp etc).

Your the one who quoted 400 watts correct? Lets do the math shall we, who needs an engineer? Not me I can't even add and subtract.

A stock 580 according to Nvidia will use 244 watts of 12v current.
http://www.nvidia.com/object/product-geforce-gtx-580-us.html

Graphics Card Power (W)244 W
I could claim this number is low. I don't own one so I don't know that is a fact. That being said we will have to believe Nvidia's science. It looks to me like you have gambled on it, shame.

i7 950 is a 130 watts. That put's you @374 watts just to turn it on. I'm not rude, I'm being REAL. How can you www.overclock.net that? w/26 watts I think not.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/
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post #83 of 98
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Originally Posted by DrFPS;13880325 
Your the one who quoted 400 watts correct? Lets do the math shall we, who needs an engineer? Not me I can't even add and subtract.

A stock 580 according to Nvidia will use 244 watts of 12v current.
http://www.nvidia.com/object/product-geforce-gtx-580-us.html

Graphics Card Power (W)244 W
I could claim this number is low. I don't own one so I don't know that is a fact. That being said we will have to believe Nvidia's science. It looks to me like you have gambled on it, shame.

i7 950 is a 130 watts. That put's you @374 watts just to turn it on. I'm not rude, I'm being REAL. How can you www.overclock.net that? w/26 watts I think not.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/

Not that I disagree with your idea...but the Nvidia number is (electrical) power, and the Intel number you cite is maximum allowable TDP (heat) without TurboBoost.

With TurboBoost on, the i7-950 would be around 140W...and the Nvidia at stock would need to dissipate probably less than 244W of TDP, tho I'm guessing on that...In any case there is likely little or no spare thermal room presuming Asetek's 400W figure is accurate. Depends on how much good the air cooler on the GPU does.
Edited by Skripka - 6/15/11 at 7:31am
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post #84 of 98
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Originally Posted by Asetek_Stu;13873291 


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 smile.gif

Im not talking cooling,im talking corrosion...
Sorry,not going on my purchase list.
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give the stu a break guys... jeez....
     
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post #86 of 98
Lol... this is a total fail.

My Antec RAD with 2x 120mm can't even handle CPU, imagine a loop with GPU.
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post #87 of 98
I must agree with most people here. Even though a cool idea i really dont know how this will hold up with OC. If you over clock the Gfx card that means the cooled water will run over the Gfx card and become warm which will run over the cpu. That means if u overclock the cpu you might have higher temps


sorry if im not writing clearly ive been up since 2 am
post #88 of 98
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE;13880511 
Im not talking cooling,im talking corrosion...
Sorry,not going on my purchase list.

He addressed that:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Asetek_Stu;13873598 
Ah ok you asked a great question! We have a very unique chemical we use in our systems doesn't freeze until below -20C, a corrosion inhibitor package and much more. It's a pretty cool fluid no pun intended.

In short, you will have no problems with corrosion or organisms or anything else smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Asetek_Stu;13873291 
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.

/thread. (Unless you have rational questions for Stu)
Edited by Seeing Red - 6/15/11 at 8:30am
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I completely agree with everyone on here...BUT I do feel the need to point out that the GPU will still be air cooled. It is in the loop merely for supplemental cooling at higher overclocks. At least that's the way I saw / read it.
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post #90 of 98
yes. it's been stated that the coolant used has a corrosion inhibitor, and don't forget that this sealed system is warrantied for 5 years, and honestly, you would be upgrading the card within 5 years anyways.

Again, i think this works well for gpu only enclosed loop, and maybe for people who do not care to overclock could include the cpu. Remember that the gpu 'block' is only helping to cool the gpu chip and the fan/air shroud are cooling the rest og the graphic card. Seems to me like there would be a bit of head-room for the rad, since it's only cooling one part of the gpu.
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