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Originally Posted by cravinmild View Post
with my 560/h70 ive dropped mass temps from the card.


560ti oc by cravinmild, on Flickr

Thats 1275 core
2540 mem
43c load


Its a really good idea vs what air cooling gets you
1275 core on a 560 Ti?!

Why on earth is that heaven score so low?
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That card needs single ThermoChill PA140.3 to cool it.
    
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lol
that will not stay coo l with a 120mm rad
If it can cool a CPU then it can cool a GPU
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If it can cool a CPU then it can cool a GPU
Yep, the unit was reviewed here already: http://www.overclock.net/nvidia-cool...80-review.html
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If it can cool a CPU then it can cool a GPU
Standard CPU: 130W
Fermi GPU: 250W

I don't doubt it can cool the GPU, but I was just pointing out your flawed logic.
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looks like just a H60 with different mount... Still it should be able to handle any vid card thermal output tho
    
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1275 core on a 560 Ti?!

Why on earth is that heaven score so low?
I would like to know also, any ideas anyone.

After 950ish returns are minimal for score increases. befor the mod 1000core with stock cooling was max, i assumed it was heat, no higher scores regardless of oc. There are sweetspots that allow for scores of over 1500 without much oc and scores of 1500+ with the core in the 900 range. If you miss the sweetspot you get scores like this. With all oc speeds above 980 my scores are 1300ish.

I aways thought it Heaven softwarelocking the cards to predetermined scores, a way of making cardmakers happy and keep lower priced cards from competing with super highend cards.........or its zotac locking the card in the bios. IDK, always wondered. With low temps as 43c at 1275 core, does not make sense to me, should not be throttled yet with these temps and being below max volts, ive still got .30amps to left to burn.
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Standard CPU: 130W
Fermi GPU: 250W

I don't doubt it can cool the GPU, but I was just pointing out your flawed logic.
But, because the GPU is bigger the heat-sink with the water inside of it is too, which would help cool it better no? The CPU has such a small area.
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But, because the GPU is bigger the heat-sink with the water inside of it is too, which would help cool it better no? The CPU has such a small area.
Sure, but the heat still has to go somewhere. The heat transfer between the GPU and heatsink is better than the CPU and the heatsink, but the heat still has to leave the heatsink somehow. 250W is nearly double the heat a CPU produces meaning what can cool a CPU won't necessarily cool a GPU.
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Sure, but the heat still has to go somewhere. The heat transfer between the GPU and heatsink is better than the CPU and the heatsink, but the heat still has to leave the heatsink somehow. 250W is nearly double the heat a CPU produces meaning what can cool a CPU won't necessarily cool a GPU.
I think the fan will be able to cool the water. It is a lot more than what a CPU produces, but perhaps as the surface area is larger it'll be able to spread that heat out over more water so it'll keep it cooler. What I'm saying is, perhaps the surface area on a CPU is some kind of bottleneck but since the surface area on the GPU is much larger it might deal with the heat better.

I don't really know. That's just what's sitting in my mind at the moment
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