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hello !

If its possible to paint corsair h70 ( ofc not the important part like rad inside or copper plate )

I wanted to know if it exist a waterblock for the amd 7850 hd.

third is in relation of the second one : ever heard of the mod that consist in using a all-in-one cooling unit and use it as gpu cooler ?
do you think it can give some great result over long duration ?
post #2 of 6
1) Yes, as long as the paint does not interfere with any critical parts.

2) Yes there is. Do some research.

3) Yes, these used to exist but arent manufactured much anymore. Depending on the case and processor you could get away with a 120x3 or a 140x2 rad for both CPU and GPU. But that is pushing it.
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Pete, even if you are only cooling one gfx card and your cpu, a 140x2 RAD is pushing it? I'm curious because I wanted to do a water cooled rig this coming summer (Corsair 650D).

The other option was to do 140x2 in the roof and 200mm RAD in the front. what do you suggest?
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Originally Posted by FishCommander View Post

Pete, even if you are only cooling one gfx card and your cpu, a 140x2 RAD is pushing it? I'm curious because I wanted to do a water cooled rig this coming summer (Corsair 650D).
The other option was to do 140x2 in the roof and 200mm RAD in the front. what do you suggest?

Id do the latter 140x2 and the 200. Mostlikely in this configuration, RES - PUMP - CPU - 200 - GPU - 140x2 - RES smile.gif
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would it break the warranty if the h70 is painted ?
Edited by amadnei - 4/4/12 at 2:43pm
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