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post #11 of 19

Hi darwing

 

Great job on the mod, when can we see comparisons with the modded TT Bigwater to other water coolers, would love to see it vs a H100

post #12 of 19
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The results will be published today, however Im having difficulties with the comparisons... My partner has gone MIA with the H100 so Im trying to get ahold of him, but the results for the Thermal take Modd will be published today, as well I have very few results from before the modd so Im doing my best to compile them all together. smile.gif
post #13 of 19
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Hello guys I've done a ton of work and am so happy with the results its incredible! I have created a website, becase I will be updating it and adding the direct comparison to the H100 this weekend.

Please check out my results and everything HERE

smile.gifsmile.gif I'm really happy hahahaha
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by Duff-Man View Post

Hi darwing

Great job on the mod, when can we see comparisons with the modded TT Bigwater to other water coolers, would love to see it vs a H100

It was tested in April VS the H100 and they were fairly neck and neck. Here. Im hoping when I test it now my mod will have done some serious damage to it smile.gif

Check out the results thus far: http://www3.sympatico.ca/rick.watkins/TT_mod.html
post #15 of 19
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P.S. Was reviewing my conclusion and its incredible that there is an average of 16 degrees difference on load temps from Low to high fan speeds!! that is well in excess of the 1-2 degree difference from stolk! that is incredible!
post #16 of 19
mm , i apparently cannot get that link to work for the video =(
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post #17 of 19
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it works for me, its just a youtube link tongue.gif) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-iBeg-_2ck

Im still blown away at the 16 degree cooling average from low fan to high fan at max load... thats beyond what I thought it would do
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How does this compare to a H70/80 or H100? I thought a Noctua D14 would give lower temps tbh.
 
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How does this compare to a H70/80 or H100? I thought a Noctua D14 would give lower temps tbh.

well to be honest the comparison to the H70/80 would be a fair assumption becaue both radiators are around 120mm, however the H100 has a huge 240mm radiator, and the Bigwater's 153mm radiator is taking it down in the race. Not only that but the Bigwater doesnt take up any room like the H100 does, as well it is an open system so you can do a GPU loop as well...

its not even a question to me which is the better buy at the same price range...

I don't know why the BigWater 760plus is able to take on a 240mm radiator, but with my modification it is destroying it in preliminary results.
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