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Since I melted my socket on my Sabertooth 55i and Asus refused to fix it without $120 I refused since I figured it would happen again. I ordered a EVGA P55 SLI(Lotes socket ) got a new PC & Cooling 950W Silent (1000W's really) replacing my 850w OCZ and bought a couple of Corsair H60's to cool my 5850's to go with my i5 750 @ 4.45 Ghz on the Asus Its still not up and running because Im thinking of replacing the tubing on the H60 and adding a resavior. I did manage P9506 on 3DMark 11, I hope to break 10,000 once I get the cooling worked out on the 5850's I'm still working on how best to mount the H60's on the 5850's . I should have it all done by the end of next week. Im sure I should be able to break 1000mhz core speed with the extra cooling. I will post some pics once its all done. I have alot of time but little cash invested in this machine about $750 so far not including the monitor which is a ASUS 25.5".
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wait a h60 on a vid card *gasp pics please?
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yep thats correct H60's on vid cards. Im still waiting for the mobo to arrive but it will only take hour to put it all together. I mounted the H60's today was pretty easy I made a cold plate and mounted then to it. If they doent work well I will go with either a enzotech or EK for the vid cards. It is just easier to get the H60's from local store then ordering the others from the US and a whole lot cheaper.

PS: I used 110 copper plate for the cold plates I have lots of it. 1/8 inch X 6inches X 10 feet
Edited by LeadSled - 8/21/11 at 4:02pm
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