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You'll probably want to go for lower profile ramsinks. I have no idea which ones people are using, but they are a lot lower profile than those ones. A lot of people seem to be using the copper ones that looks like waffles, which I cannot seem to find.

Everything else looks good.

Did you mean this one?
Low Profile Ram Sinks

I thinking of getting that or the low profile Enzotech.
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Did you mean this one?
Low Profile Ram Sinks

I thinking of getting that or the low profile Enzotech.
Yes, those look like the ones people have been getting.
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Originally Posted by WarDad View Post

I'm not sure about the pump noise and performance loss. My H20 920 experience has been "Do or Die" with respect to bubbles in the pump.

You got a handle on the rest of it.

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You will know if air bubbles are in the pump because it will make a horrible noise when you turn it on.

Right. Thanks!

So in what way should I purposely unlevel the horizontally installes rad if I place it in the bottom of my case to avoid air bubbles?
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what does everyone think to the swiftech h220? as a cpu cooler aswell as gpu.

Eh.
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Did you mean this one?
Low Profile Ram Sinks

I thinking of getting that or the low profile Enzotech.

Those are for RAM ... GPUs have specific heatsinks (aftermarket, of course).

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=33220

^Also available in black

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Eh.

http://www.swiftech.com/pr-1-3-13-h220.aspx
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What is the best way of applying thermal paste when using these AIO coolers for bare die GPU cores?
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http://www.swiftech.com/pr-1-3-13-h220.aspx

Yeah, I'm well aware of what it is. "Eh" is my thoughts on it. It's just another AIO until we get a few sites testing them
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a very small amount. The die does not have a large surface. My last redo had me cleaning off the areas around the die on the pcb. I applied too much and it oozed out. Some pastes are conductive from what ive read, that may pose an issue, perhaps another with more know than me can chime in on that regard. O < perhaps just slightly more than that wink.gif
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a very small amount. The die does not have a large surface. My last redo had me cleaning off the areas around the die on the pcb. I applied too much and it oozed out. Some pastes are conductive from what ive read, that may pose an issue, perhaps another with more know than me can chime in on that regard. O < perhaps just slightly more than that wink.gif

But the thing is that for bare dies, it would be most efficient if the whole die is covered with a thin layer. For CPUs with IHS, the dot method is best. This is for air coolers though. For liquid cooling cold plates, is it the same method? If so, then I will do what I usually do.
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But the thing is that for bare dies, it would be most efficient if the whole die is covered with a thin layer. For CPUs with IHS, the dot method is best. This is for air coolers though. For liquid cooling cold plates, is it the same method? If so, then I will do what I usually do.

I'm not an expert on this or anything, but I would say it should be same exact thing. All the thermal paste is trying to do is create an environment where there is 100% surface to surface contact. It would be ideal to not use any at all, but seeing as neither surface is perfectly flat or smooth, we gata do something. So I mean as long as you can cover the entire area that is to be covered with as little as possible, you should be perfect, air cooler or cold plate.
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