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You guys make a good point..then what if some one has a asus poseidon gpu..those with hybrid air/waterblocks..
Take a aio cooler and hook it up into a loop..but still using only the aio pump and maybe a res?

Or maybe what mike and cravin etc did../tried..make a full cover style cooling aio..that cools the vrms etc like a custom block wouldve?..but the heart is stil clc cooler..i know asetek had something cooking when mike did his 780..but havnt seen it on shelves...
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You guys make a good point..then what if some one has a asus poseidon gpu..those with hybrid air/waterblocks..
Take a aio cooler and hook it up into a loop..but still using only the aio pump and maybe a res?

Or maybe what mike and cravin etc did../tried..make a full cover style cooling aio..that cools the vrms etc like a custom block wouldve?..but the heart is stil clc cooler..i know asetek had something cooking when mike did his 780..but havnt seen it on shelves...

Now that sounds interesting, do you have any links to this Mike and his 780? Haha, I want to see that.
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In our PM’s to each other in the beginning Rage and I found that writing out in full length “I hooked up a aio to my gpu” or “ I have an issue with (fill in the blank) when trying to hook up my aio to my gpu was taking considerable amounts of time and writing.

The name needed to be identifiable with what Rage and I were trying to convey. Rage and I talked in length as to how to quickly identify this new idea and that is how the name The Mod came to be. Over time we started to refer to what we were doing as “aio gpu mod” which was …. Cold. When Rage started the thread naming it posed a bit of an issue as we needed something universal, identifiable, and quick to write and warm. Since we had already started to use the term “I modded” the name The Mod was given to this idea. The Name “The Mod” denotes an idea. The Mod represents a radical moment where end users have taken two separate products and combined them into one creating a new product in the process. Where we have a name to identify us as individuals the term The Mod was given to this idea in order to identify with what we were trying to do. As such this idea deserves the name it was given. The idea has not changed therefore the name will not change. The Mod is the free to anyone, it cost nothing to anyone to use, and we ask nothing in return for using it.

Later on commercial products entered the market, each having their own name to identify their individual products, all following in the footsteps of what The Mod was created to do. We here in this thread had already identified, classified and were in the process of fixing issues this new product brought with it. Now years later the term Hybrid is used to identify this idea but Hybrid is used more as a commercial term for a commercial product that has a price attached to it.
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OMG, the chip on the titan x lookes more like how it did on the 660... i was expectign a big heat spreader like the 480. if yo over did your thermal paste on the 660 it was a nightmare. and becase i was used to the 480 taking more than a desk top cpu i shure did over do it.
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In our PM’s to each other in the beginning Rage and I found that writing out in full length “I hooked up a aio to my gpu” or “ I have an issue with (fill in the blank) when trying to hook up my aio to my gpu was taking considerable amounts of time and writing.

The name needed to be identifiable with what Rage and I were trying to convey. Rage and I talked in length as to how to quickly identify this new idea and that is how the name The Mod came to be. Over time we started to refer to what we were doing as “aio gpu mod” which was …. Cold. When Rage started the thread naming it posed a bit of an issue as we needed something universal, identifiable, and quick to write and warm. Since we had already started to use the term “I modded” the name The Mod was given to this idea. The Name “The Mod” denotes an idea. The Mod represents a radical moment where end users have taken two separate products and combined them into one creating a new product in the process. Where we have a name to identify us as individuals the term The Mod was given to this idea in order to identify with what we were trying to do. As such this idea deserves the name it was given. The idea has not changed therefore the name will not change. The Mod is the free to anyone, it cost nothing to anyone to use, and we ask nothing in return for using it.

Later on commercial products entered the market, each having their own name to identify their individual products, all following in the footsteps of what The Mod was created to do. We here in this thread had already identified, classified and were in the process of fixing issues this new product brought with it. Now years later the term Hybrid is used to identify this idea but Hybrid is used more as a commercial term for a commercial product that has a price attached to it.
I like that, very cool! smile.gif
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In our PM’s to each other in the beginning Rage and I found that writing out in full length “I hooked up a aio to my gpu” or “ I have an issue with (fill in the blank) when trying to hook up my aio to my gpu was taking considerable amounts of time and writing.

The name needed to be identifiable with what Rage and I were trying to convey. Rage and I talked in length as to how to quickly identify this new idea and that is how the name The Mod came to be. Over time we started to refer to what we were doing as “aio gpu mod” which was …. Cold. When Rage started the thread naming it posed a bit of an issue as we needed something universal, identifiable, and quick to write and warm. Since we had already started to use the term “I modded” the name The Mod was given to this idea. The Name “The Mod” denotes an idea. The Mod represents a radical moment where end users have taken two separate products and combined them into one creating a new product in the process. Where we have a name to identify us as individuals the term The Mod was given to this idea in order to identify with what we were trying to do. As such this idea deserves the name it was given. The idea has not changed therefore the name will not change. The Mod is the free to anyone, it cost nothing to anyone to use, and we ask nothing in return for using it.

Later on commercial products entered the market, each having their own name to identify their individual products, all following in the footsteps of what The Mod was created to do. We here in this thread had already identified, classified and were in the process of fixing issues this new product brought with it. Now years later the term Hybrid is used to identify this idea but Hybrid is used more as a commercial term for a commercial product that has a price attached to it.

Seems fair enough, if not a bit to idealistic tongue.gif Anyhow, I was simply posing the question as I started to question it myself. So yeah, good to have an answer as to how the name came to be thumb.gif
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In our PM’s to each other in the beginning Rage and I found that writing out in full length “I hooked up a aio to my gpu” or “ I have an issue with (fill in the blank) when trying to hook up my aio to my gpu was taking considerable amounts of time and writing.

The name needed to be identifiable with what Rage and I were trying to convey. Rage and I talked in length as to how to quickly identify this new idea and that is how the name The Mod came to be. Over time we started to refer to what we were doing as “aio gpu mod” which was …. Cold. When Rage started the thread naming it posed a bit of an issue as we needed something universal, identifiable, and quick to write and warm. Since we had already started to use the term “I modded” the name The Mod was given to this idea. The Name “The Mod” denotes an idea. The Mod represents a radical moment where end users have taken two separate products and combined them into one creating a new product in the process. Where we have a name to identify us as individuals the term The Mod was given to this idea in order to identify with what we were trying to do. As such this idea deserves the name it was given. The idea has not changed therefore the name will not change. The Mod is the free to anyone, it cost nothing to anyone to use, and we ask nothing in return for using it.

Later on commercial products entered the market, each having their own name to identify their individual products, all following in the footsteps of what The Mod was created to do. We here in this thread had already identified, classified and were in the process of fixing issues this new product brought with it. Now years later the term Hybrid is used to identify this idea but Hybrid is used more as a commercial term for a commercial product that has a price attached to it.

Seems fair enough, if not a bit to idealistic tongue.gif Anyhow, I was simply posing the question as I started to question it myself. So yeah, good to have an answer as to how the name came to be thumb.gif

I like to think passionate but ya, kind of came off idealistic .... my bad
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In our PM’s to each other in the beginning Rage and I found that writing out in full length “I hooked up a aio to my gpu” or “ I have an issue with (fill in the blank) when trying to hook up my aio to my gpu was taking considerable amounts of time and writing.

The name needed to be identifiable with what Rage and I were trying to convey. Rage and I talked in length as to how to quickly identify this new idea and that is how the name The Mod came to be. Over time we started to refer to what we were doing as “aio gpu mod” which was …. Cold. When Rage started the thread naming it posed a bit of an issue as we needed something universal, identifiable, and quick to write and warm. Since we had already started to use the term “I modded” the name The Mod was given to this idea. The Name “The Mod” denotes an idea. The Mod represents a radical moment where end users have taken two separate products and combined them into one creating a new product in the process. Where we have a name to identify us as individuals the term The Mod was given to this idea in order to identify with what we were trying to do. As such this idea deserves the name it was given. The idea has not changed therefore the name will not change. The Mod is the free to anyone, it cost nothing to anyone to use, and we ask nothing in return for using it.

Later on commercial products entered the market, each having their own name to identify their individual products, all following in the footsteps of what The Mod was created to do. We here in this thread had already identified, classified and were in the process of fixing issues this new product brought with it. Now years later the term Hybrid is used to identify this idea but Hybrid is used more as a commercial term for a commercial product that has a price attached to it.

and a great mod it is
i keep thinking of other mods/customisations that can be done and easily implemented, not only to gpus but any hardware
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Before you buy the Accelero Hybrid II I would strongly sugest that you find a ruler and measure the distance fromt he back of your current GPU to the CPU watercooling unit. the simple fact is that the backplate used in the Accelero II takes up a lot of space, so its good to know that the cooler will actually fit. The heatsink is 23mm thick so with thermal pads and all that I would guess a total of 25mm from the back of your GPU. An easy way to test if it will fit is if you have a spare fan and just put that between the back of the GPU and the radiator to see if the gap is enough to fit the heatsink. If it is then that's good, but if not then I would strongly sugest that you go for the HG-10 (or any other, fitting mechanism if you are willing to part with the sound card which I personally wouldn't).

(..)

 

I did some preliminary measurements and there is just enough space between the GPU and the CPU's rad though I'm going to get more precise measurements later when I start. If worse comes to worse, the HG10 - based on its appearance, will fit comfortably between the two PCI-E cards unless for some reason it is larger than my CPU's cooling plate (I have no idea what those are actually called). Even the fan should fit from the HG10 just going off a spare 120mm regular fan I have placed on top of the current GPU. So if the Arctic Hybrid II for some reason doesn't work, the HG10 should. 

 

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Rosewill has a 1600rpm pwm 15mm thick 120mm fan. I think having some extra speed would be a good idea.

I have not looked into slim fans that much since I removed my second 3.5 in drive from my media center(needed the slim fan for that).

Check that backside heatsink dimensions for sure. also be sure your ram will clear the rad+fan combo.

 

I will take a look and see what I can find and get more precise measurements once the new 980Ti arrives. However, from the specifications and what I measured based on the currently installed components, they will fit. It might be a tight squeeze for looping the pipes but I won't complain as the FT03 is a small case anyways so having two separate AIO liquid cooling systems was likely not in the design plan.

 

The extra speed probably won't hurt as you said. Right now, the fans operate at 700RPM (System Intake) ->800 RPM (Internal Fan) -> 1200-1400RPM (Liquid Cooler outtake). Speeds vary + or - 100RPM usually except in Winter where they run + o - 200 or so RPM.

    
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