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Poll Results: Which Color Version are you buying

Poll expired: Feb 28, 2012  
  • 58% (44)
    White/Black
  • 41% (31)
    Black/black
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post #5801 of 13812
That window is beautiful!!

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post #5802 of 13812
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Originally Posted by Wiffinberg View Post

OCN FTW!
I just got my side window etched with my own avatar symbol and the OCN logo thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I also finally got arround to putting a little more Di-noc on the front tongue.gif
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drool.gifdrool.gif That is one amazing looking window!
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Originally Posted by ProjectPwnage View Post

That window is beautiful!!

drool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gif

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Originally Posted by Agent_kenshin View Post

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Originally Posted by Wiffinberg View Post

OCN FTW!
I just got my side window etched with my own avatar symbol and the OCN logo thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I also finally got arround to putting a little more Di-noc on the front tongue.gif
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drool.gifdrool.gif That is one amazing looking window!

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post #5804 of 13812
What else can you say? That is one fantastic looking window!
post #5805 of 13812
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I wouldn't expect it to drop at all? If it did it wouldn't expect it to be much.
Cold water should be running into the CPU already so it would only effect your GPU temps.

I heard that water is flowing so fast that how the waterIcooling setup order is irrelevant. Does that mean that adding more radiator will also decrease the CPU temps?
Water is cooler as it reaches the gpu and the cooler water goes into RX360 which becames even cooler, thus CPU temp is cooler.

Does it make sense? Or am I wrong?
post #5806 of 13812
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Originally Posted by koxoxok View Post

I heard that water is flowing so fast that how the waterIcooling setup order is irrelevant. Does that mean that adding more radiator will also decrease the CPU temps?
Water is cooler as it reaches the gpu and the cooler water goes into RX360 which becames even cooler, thus CPU temp is cooler.
Does it make sense? Or am I wrong?

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Originally Posted by Sexparty View Post

I wouldn't expect it to drop at all? If it did it wouldn't expect it to be much.
Cold water should be running into the CPU already so it would only effect your GPU temps.

The temperature of the water throughout the loop will be nearly identical, water cooling strives to maintain equilibrium. There are no "cold" and "hot" sections beyond tiny variances due to the flow rate. Adding more radiators increases the cooling capacity, i.e. you could add more wattage into the loop and maintain the same temperature, however it is not likely to drop your temps unless you were overwhelming the first radiators capacity (usually due to low speed/slow fans if at all) or you lowered your ambient air temperature. With a single GPU and CPU on a 360, adding a 240 would do almost nothing unless you're dumping massive amounts of heat into the loop.
post #5807 of 13812
Has anyone fit one of the 80mm Monsta rads in the bottom/front in p/p? I just bought the alpha cool 80mm 240 rad and was hoping to find a pic. At worst, I'll Post one when my stuff gets in on Wednesday...
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post #5808 of 13812
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Originally Posted by ProjectPwnage View Post

Hey guys, I finally started working on my build again. I was having some eye problems for a while so I couldn't get much work done. I got a couple questions for you guys.

Anyone know which company makes the best cable extensions? I need one for my CPU connector.

How did the people who mounted cylindrical reservoirs do it? I want to put my res between the motherboard and my disk drive. It's where most people have theirs mounted. I have a Bitspower Multi 150 version. Can't seem to find screw holes for the brackets.

Also, since this case will rarely be moved, is it okay to not screw in the pump? I can't seem to figure out how to mount it on the floor of the case. What I'm thinking now is to just have it resting on the dust filter at the bottom.

Thanks for the help. =)

Aye, we sell extensions. As for mounting the cylindar res, I used the mounts that came with my bitspower reservoirs. Had to drill holes for mounting, but that's alright with me.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by koxoxok View Post

I heard that water is flowing so fast that how the waterIcooling setup order is irrelevant. Does that mean that adding more radiator will also decrease the CPU temps?
Water is cooler as it reaches the gpu and the cooler water goes into RX360 which becames even cooler, thus CPU temp is cooler.
Does it make sense? Or am I wrong?

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Originally Posted by Sexparty View Post

I wouldn't expect it to drop at all? If it did it wouldn't expect it to be much.
Cold water should be running into the CPU already so it would only effect your GPU temps.

The temperature of the water throughout the loop will be nearly identical, water cooling strives to maintain equilibrium. There are no "cold" and "hot" sections beyond tiny variances due to the flow rate. Adding more radiators increases the cooling capacity, i.e. you could add more wattage into the loop and maintain the same temperature, however it is not likely to drop your temps unless you were overwhelming the first radiators capacity (usually due to low speed/slow fans if at all) or you lowered your ambient air temperature. With a single GPU and CPU on a 360, adding a 240 would do almost nothing unless you're dumping massive amounts of heat into the loop.

Scorpion is correct. Water cooling loops eventually reach "equilibreum," much like the blood in your body. While it will go over hotspots, the radiators will cool the water back down to the loop temp. You're not going to see huge fluctuations in the temperature. Probably 2-4C at best. Ambient air will effect the temp as well (logical).
post #5809 of 13812
finally got my replacement for the top grill that was broken, requested a black replacement tho and i think it looks awesome biggrin.gif

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crappy cell pic tho, ill take better ones for my build log later. Sucks saving up tho for a 680 frown.gif i hope its worth it!
post #5810 of 13812
I just ordered mine in gun metal! So excited!!

Question: Could I put case feet onto the case? Is there screw access?
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