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great mod in such a small case! Nice job thumb.gif Shame its off centered as you have already said. Also i would have left the metal shroud on the card before fitting the water blocks as it probably would have helped to cool your VRM's...Guess its a little late now smile.gif Good job on the cable ties...you can always neaten it up another time smile.gif
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post #772 of 8626
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Originally Posted by lacrossewacker View Post

just bought my H60 for my Evga 560 ti.
I still can't tell with some of the pictures. Do you guys ever keep the entire heat plate on and use the water cooling block instead of the fins/fan?
or do you guys always just put the cooling block right onto the gpu block

On my Gtx 580 I just popped the H50 pump block straight onto the gpu die. (see link in my sig).

Some peeps are using the heat sink plates in their setup but it depends on your GPU - mind didnt come with a heat sink plate.
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ok, finally some pics of my 470s in my vulcan. they are clocked to 825 core in SLI and never get over 65C while gaming. the rads have a push pull setup with AP-15s and a shroud in the middle. ignore the sli connector.... its the only one i had sitting around.
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checking in with my h70 cooled 460s made the mounts out of acrylic and added a 60mm fan to help cool the vrms will post some more pics up when i do the other one this weekend.
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currently clocked at 880mhz core & 1950 mem 37*c after 2 hrs of benchmarks.
Edited by PCEnthusiast85 - 4/10/12 at 6:45pm
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Originally Posted by cyanmcleod View Post

ok, finally some pics of my 470s in my vulcan. they are clocked to 825 core in SLI and never get over 65C while gaming. the rads have a push pull setup with AP-15s and a shroud in the middle. ignore the sli connector.... its the only one i had sitting around.
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Nice! you would never get those temps from a stock 470, believe me I know...not to mention the noise reduction
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checking in with my h70 cooled 460s made the mounts out of acrylic and added a 60mm fan to help cool the vrms will post some more pics up when i do the other one this weekend.

Im liking this ALOT! thumb.gif

How are you securing the acrylic mount? NVM - I see the screws coming up through the board... nice!
Edited by Sethy666 - 4/10/12 at 6:46pm
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Nice! you would never get those temps from a stock 470, believe me I know...not to mention the noise reduction

yeah, the noise was the main thing. i could get those clocks without the mod but it sounded like a jet about to take off. those brackets worked perfectly. thanks for the quick shipping on them.
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Im liking this ALOT! thumb.gif
How are you securing the acrylic mount? NVM - I see the screws coming up through the board... nice!
I'm gonna go with screws, mos likely 4-40 machine screws. EDIT: Oh no you don't. I'm still calling you out for not seeing the screws!
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checking in with my h70 cooled 460s made the mounts out of acrylic and added a 60mm fan to help cool the vrms will post some more pics up when i do the other one this weekend.

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I'm gonna go with screws, mos likely 4-40 machine screws. EDIT: Oh no you don't. I'm still calling you out for not seeing the screws!

What is it with you today? tongue.gif

If you keep this up Im going to nom you for a mod position... so be warned wink.gif
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Currently looking at this option for my 480GTX!

I experimented with a H100 Radiator + H100 block/pump + EK Fullcover block - it worked but temps ran high - 60°c at stock - reaching 85 at 1.15v - 1.2v was crashtime (850mhz). No air in the loop as far as i knew. This was with a ghetto reservoir and totally unusable in a RL situation.

Now i'm doubting between reusing the EK Block + a 2x120mm radiator and a cheap pump/res combo - i have the 2x120mm hole, and a cheap pump/reservoir shouldn't be that expensive - or going with this antec solution.

Anyone using a 480gtx at higher voltages?

Would a 920 be a huge upgrade from a 620? It's 20 euro's difference but it seems worth it!

Check out my log in my sig. I maxed out the voltages and benched at an easy 900 with low 50c results.
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