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post #8701 of 13812
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I think this would give you the shortest tube runs, but going from the pump to 240 might take a 90 degree with an extension (like your one up top) or a big loop in the tube.
And I think those arrows at the bottom are a little long, but you get the gist.

I agree with Rickles, you wanna go for the shortest tube runs.
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Think my Swiftech 655 can handle all those 45s and 90s and blocks?
Anyone know which gpu block is best for the EVAG 670 FTW LE?
I dont mind having more tubing.. I got anti kink coil just for the looks! So I would like some runs..

I have heard good things about the EK blocks, and as long as you don't have and block that is going to choke the flow you should be good to go.
post #8702 of 13812
http://www.overclock.net/t/1108918/what-can-my-pump-handle-a-guide

You should be ok, not sure how much a 90 adds to resstriction though, I do know that at lower flow rates there is less restriction.
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Hmm not sure what GPU block to add..

The heat killer is sold out for the 680..
Is there any difference in performance between the ek and heat killer?

Not really the place to ask I no.. but you all have blocks in those 810s of yours so I don't see the harm in asking!

What do you guys think so far?

Got some sleeving to do.. and anti kink for the tubing and of course lights..

What bothers me is the blurry window.. is everyone's.like that or crystal clear?
Edited by JMattes - 10/18/12 at 11:37am
post #8704 of 13812
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Hmm not sure what GPU block to add..
The heat killer is sold out for the 680..
Is there any difference in performance between the ek and heat killer?

Frozen has it in stock you can use the coupon code "OCN" for 5.5%. LINK
post #8705 of 13812
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Hmm not sure what GPU block to add..
The heat killer is sold out for the 680..
Is there any difference in performance between the ek and heat killer?

I could be wrong, but I believe unless you are using multi-cards you won't notice much of a difference between water blocks in performance (a couple of degrees here and there). I would go with whichever looks best with your build.
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I could be wrong, but I believe unless you are using multi-cards you won't notice much of a difference between water blocks in performance (a couple of degrees here and there). I would go with whichever looks best with your build.

Even if you had a crappy waterblock it would still beat the pants off of air coolers
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post #8707 of 13812
I love my heatkillers! They look BA and so far they are keeping my 680's right at 25 C. I haven't OC'd them yet, but I have full faith the heatkillers will handle that as well
post #8708 of 13812
Does both fittings go on top? Trying to figure out how to loop this.

Frozen charges me sales tax mad.gif
post #8709 of 13812
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Does both fittings go on top? Trying to figure out how to loop this.
Frozen charges me sales tax mad.gif

What about sidewinder. I dont know a code for them though. - http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/hegpgtx680ho1.html
post #8710 of 13812
Ehh its still $20 cheaper or $10 cheaper than PPC.. I think frozen will do..

Now I just nee to figure out what fittings I need and if there is anything else I need while placing the order

Thanks guys!!
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