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Concur.
Oh and the 35x2 is a winner.

Yeah, I have a couple of things listed for sale in the classifieds that when they sell are going to go towards a 35x2, heatsink, and swiftech res. Although, I may pony up for a nice tube res.

I'm probably going to have to use the 355 in the meantime. I'm interested to see how it'll work.
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so what brought the 1080 into the picture? a 3x140x 60 and 2x120x 80 should be an ice maker, pretty much.
i was looking into watercools MOR3 (in the OCN classifieds) and decided that was just too much overkill for
a limited gain.. im thinking 6°-10° would be all id get.
please report your gains when plumbed up!, please..

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I have three 7950s, with even a mild overclock like 1100mhz I really have to crank the fans in hopes to keep my temps under 50c. I didn't even hit those temps with two cards at 1200mhz. Its probably not the end of the world but it would be nice to not have to worry about temps or have to turn up my fans. Oh, plus it gets pretty warm under my desk, it would be nice to dump some of the heat a little further away..

I thought about the mo-ra but I still would have had to buy feet and I would have replaced the fans. I doubt that the difference between that and the phoyba 1080 would be all that noticeable the both are just so large and I still wouldn't be able to run push/pull on either one.
Edited by BababooeyHTJ - 10/1/12 at 2:53am
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Yeah, get two pumps.

I'm running three rads, two 7970s, CPU, and RAM and with one pump and my mastercard powering three 1920x1200 montiors I struggle to keep my load temp under 55C. However, my idle temps are at like 40C for my GPUs, so I guess my deltas aren't that bad. I'm getting a second DDC and volt modding the hell out of them, since, for me, those temps are unacceptable. It isn't your fans, it's your waterflow.
 
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I think you should save for the 35x2. Sweet pump
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I have three 7950s, with even a mild overclock like 1100mhz I really have to crank the fans in hopes to keep my temps under 50c. I didn't even hit those temps with two cards at 1200mhz. Its probably not the end of the world but it would be nice to not have to worry about temps or have to turn up my fans. Oh, plus it gets pretty warm under my desk, it would be nice to dump some of the heat a little further away..
I thought about the mo-ra but I still would have had to buy feet and I would have replaced the fans. I doubt that the difference between that and the phoyba 1080 would be all that noticeable the both are just so large and I still wouldn't be able to run push/pull on either one.


There's around 1-2c difference between the rads all else being equal. I prefer the Nova because of the matching stand and well, it's dirt cheap!
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There's around 1-2c difference between the rads all else being equal. I prefer the Nova because of the matching stand and well, it's dirt cheap!

Yeah, it didn't seem like much of a difference. Had the MO-RA3 pro been the same price as the lt I would have probably gone that route but the phoyba sounded like a great bang for the buck.

The stand looks nice but I just ended up picking up the feet and a bunch of aluminum fan filters. They don't look too bad imo and they don't restrict much air. They also don't seem to add any noise like most grills do.
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