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I can't wait to install these!
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post #3582 of 8626
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Originally Posted by Abandoned View Post

Nice work. that temps seem a bit high. how is your ambient?

Ambient is only 20C. Like I say, I could really do with an overhaul to make sure I've got as good airflow as possible (the install itself was hard work given the constraints imposed by the case).
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Pictures as promised:





It's hard to tell from the pictures as it's all a bit cramped, but in the middle of the case you can see:

front of case -> drive cage -> gentle typhoon -> H40 Rad -> PSU (inverted) -> rear of case

I just re-checked temps:
28C idle
50C 3dmark 11 (P4973, via a Lenovo T420)
75C OCCT

It would be nice to have lower temps, but I'm really pleased by the drop in volume alone. The small overclock is a bonus.
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Originally Posted by naturbo2000 View Post

Pictures as promised:
It's hard to tell from the pictures as it's all a bit cramped, but in the middle of the case you can see:

front of case -> drive cage -> gentle typhoon -> H40 Rad -> PSU (inverted) -> rear of case

I just re-checked temps:
28C idle
50C 3dmark 11 (P4973, via a Lenovo T420)
75C OCCT

It would be nice to have lower temps, but I'm really pleased by the drop in volume alone. The small overclock is a bonus.
Wow! That is cramped, but amazing. I like that case.
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Originally Posted by naturbo2000 View Post

Pictures as promised:

It's hard to tell from the pictures as it's all a bit cramped, but in the middle of the case you can see:

front of case -> drive cage -> gentle typhoon -> H40 Rad -> PSU (inverted) -> rear of case

I just re-checked temps:
28C idle
50C 3dmark 11 (P4973, via a Lenovo T420)
75C OCCT

It would be nice to have lower temps, but I'm really pleased by the drop in volume alone. The small overclock is a bonus.

oh you're good...i mean real good! thumb.gif
post #3586 of 8626
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Originally Posted by Rage19420 View Post

I know right? Seems like the mod has gone mainstream for the most part.
man, now i feel like i'm doing a disservice by not modding my 680. sad-smiley-002.gif
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Just bought the Dwood fan bracket, can't wait for my H70 now biggrin.gif.
post #3588 of 8626
Id like to join the club. Here is my setup as of last week


Reservoir (5.25" bay)
GPU1 - GTX 670 with Kuhler 620
CPU - 3770k with Corsair H80
GPU2 - GTX 670 with Kuhler 620
RS360
Reservoir

All looped in series.

My temps

Ambiant 18-20C
Furmark after 15 min - 46C

I have graphs of these curves at home if anyone is interested
Furmark 15 min
Prime 95 stock clocks 15 min
Prime 95 4.7GHz 15 min

I believe the 4.7 maxed out at 88C, but I didn't try to lower the voltage. I believe it was around 1.44

I've since gutted all 3 coolers, removed the impellers and plan to install a pump and a 120x2 radiator.



    
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Originally Posted by DirtyTrickster View Post

Id like to join the club. Here is my setup as of last week


Reservoir (5.25" bay)
GPU1 - GTX 670 with Kuhler 620
CPU - 3770k with Corsair H80
GPU2 - GTX 670 with Kuhler 620
RS360
Reservoir

All looped in series.

My temps

Ambiant 18-20C
Furmark after 15 min - 46C

I have graphs of these curves at home if anyone is interested
Furmark 15 min
Prime 95 stock clocks 15 min
Prime 95 4.7GHz 15 min

I believe the 4.7 maxed out at 88C, but I didn't try to lower the voltage. I believe it was around 1.44

I've since gutted all 3 coolers, removed the impellers and plan to install a pump and a 120x2 radiator.




That's insanity.

Why don't you do a write up of how to modify the tubing and connections? I've thought about connecting my two 670's in SLI as well with two Antec 620 pumps and a 240mm radiator .... but I have no idea what I'm doing so I most likey won't.

But again.

That is insane.

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Originally Posted by s1rrah View Post

That's insanity.

Why don't you do a write up of how to modify the tubing and connections? I've thought about connecting my two 670's in SLI as well with two Antec 620 pumps and a 240mm radiator .... but I have no idea what I'm doing so I most likey won't.

But again.

That is insane.

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Actually, it's not difficult at all to remove the tubes. A very brief "how to" can be found here

http://www.overclock.net/t/990111/official-antec-k-hler-h2o-620-920-owners-club/3800#post_19396680

Basically just cut the hose somewhere in the middle - drain out all of the old fluid - carefully cut the hose off of the barb by running a razor blade along the barb then peel the hose off - replace hose with 1/4" ID x 3/8" OD hose. I used go cart fuel line smile.gif

I would try to space out the pumps though. That's why I go from GPU to CPU back to 2nd GPU. I'm trying to space them out as best as I can.

Hardest part was trying to figure which side was input/output.

Once everything was connected I stuck a hose from my drain valve (before 1st GPU)into a container of distilled water, and unplugged the hose dumping into my reservoir (after 2nd GPU) and sucked fluid into the loop. This ensured all 3 pumps were primed with fluid before I tried bleeding the lines. Then I hooked all 3 pumps up to 12V ran them, shook the sh%t out of them and ran some more. Took about an hour to get all of the air out. Since then everything has been fine. Snorkle.gif

If you do decide to do it, feel free to PM me with questions. I'll gladly try to answer them.
    
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