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ahahaha I know I'm just silly sometimes. This usually happens around 1am - 2am. So. Per usual. That means sleep should be initiated.
Me too. good luck with your loop research. nite.
   
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post #16012 of 33842
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What are your temps? Also, what is your pump/resevoir? Is your pump in your resevoir? I feel like I need something like that in my case that would fit in the 5.25" drive area in the top so I can run a 240 rad on the bottom. Also, I'm not too sure how a 200mm rad in the front would would work out so I think I'm just going to stick with one in the top, rear, and bottom. I was really looking for overkill so that is what I'm worried about. This my situation. Here are the rads I'm going to be using.
Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper 360mm - $105 (Top, I would have to put the fans above it pulling down into the case because it is a 60mm rad and I can't fit the fans between it and my motherboard. Is that a problem?
http://www.alphacool.com/product_info.php/info/p975_Alphacool-NexXxoS-UT60-Full-Copper-360mm.html
Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm - $50 (Bottom, pulling into case)
http://www.alphacool.com/product_info.php/info/p977_Alphacool-NexXxoS-ST30-Full-Copper-240mm.html
Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 140mm - $55 (Rear, exhaust)
http://www.alphacool.com/product_info.php/info/p987_Alphacool-NexXxoS-XT45-Full-Copper-140mm.html

Is this enough for a 3770k at 4.8 @ 1.4v and two crossfire 7950's at 1165/1600 @ 1.25v?

Is your top rad crooked? Everything looks awesome BTW

It should be plenty. My titans at 1.21V and 1215MHz core hit a whopping 41C after 3 hours of Valley. Crysis 3 puts the cards at 38C and the 3770k at 60C with 1.3V through it. I still have air in my loop, too.

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Koolance RP-401x2 Reservoir
5x EK PSC 90* Rotary Fittings
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1x Killcoil
2 drops copper sulphate
12 square feet of acoustic damping foam
Primochill Red Pro LRT tubing

The top rad is crooked because I accidentally bought the multiport version, and nobody makes flush fitting plugs for it so it presses against the case ceiling. Plus the case was designed to support a 280mm rad MAX anyway lol.
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After failing w/a razor before, I'm finally delidded! Thanks to this thread.

 

BEFORE

4.8GHz @ 1.285v

Max temps after 45min P95

86 92 86 83

 

AFTER (CLP on die)

4.8GHz @ 1.285v

Max temps after 45min P95

59 66 59 58

 

DROP

26C

 

No pics unfortunately as I was too anxious to fire her up. I do have a shot of my failed attempt from a few months ago if needed haha.

 
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post #16014 of 33842
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Originally Posted by She loved E View Post

After failing w/a razor before, I'm finally delidded! Thanks to this thread.

BEFORE
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95

86 92 86 83

AFTER (CLP on die)
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95

59 66 59 58

DROP
26C

No pics unfortunately as I was too anxious to fire her up. I do have a shot of my failed attempt from a few months ago if needed haha.

Congrats !!! ...no matter how the top was popped off, as long as you get there, along with a bit of CL liquid metals smile.gif
post #16015 of 33842
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Originally Posted by She loved E View Post

After failing w/a razor before, I'm finally delidded! Thanks to this thread.

BEFORE
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95

86 92 86 83

AFTER (CLP on die)
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95

59 66 59 58

DROP
26C

No pics unfortunately as I was too anxious to fire her up. I do have a shot of my failed attempt from a few months ago if needed haha.
nice! u can get 5ghz i bet looks like a good vcore for 4.8
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Please don't buy Asus products if you value customer service at the slightest level.
As for the sabertooth z77 - yes you are paying extra for that "look". but the look is pretty cool and unique, more so it fits with quite a few setups. The bios of the board is actually very good and the OC abilities are decent.
However, if you don't care about looks, and a little uglier bios (which in all honesty, who cares?) then buy something else.
I've heard great things of the U range of gigabyte, but the best one out the lot without anyone complaining about customer service, rma, quality, performance is the msi mpower - as pointed out by someone here.

You would save yourself hassle, money and get great looks from the msi board.
Also don't trust those websites were you vote up or down like facebook...
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Please don't buy Asus products if you value customer service at the slightest level.
As for the sabertooth z77 - yes you are paying extra for that "look". but the look is pretty cool and unique, more so it fits with quite a few setups. The bios of the board is actually very good and the OC abilities are decent.
However, if you don't care about looks, and a little uglier bios (which in all honesty, who cares?) then buy something else.
I've heard great things of the U range of gigabyte, but the best one out the lot without anyone complaining about customer service, rma, quality, performance is the msi mpower - as pointed out by someone here.

You would save yourself hassle, money and get great looks from the msi board.
Also don't trust those websites were you vote up or down like facebook...

There are horror stories about Asus CS, but happy stories too. I haven't had to RMA anything Asus.

The maximus are generally the better boards for memory overclocking, for memory clockers makes it hard not to want one...
Sabertooth makes it easier not to want an Asus biggrin.gif .
    
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There are horror stories about Asus CS, but happy stories too. I haven't had to RMA anything Asus.

The maximus are generally the better boards for memory overclocking, for memory clockers makes it hard not to want one...
Sabertooth makes it easier not to want an Asus biggrin.gif .

+23

off to bed...
post #16019 of 33842
The power of direct die cooling. Temperatures would be lower, but I found out tonight that my rad fans are only running at 1/3 speed because the power distribution pcb is a piece of crap.

I also have a voltage hungry chip. Once I get chilled water going I think I'll be able to get 5.2Ghz or more at 1.8V.

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Alright so I've been spending a little time doing a crappy blueprint of my water loop in paint. I would like your opinions on it because I'm not sure if there would be a better way to do it. I'm using two pumps in this blueprint because of the vertical climb at the beginning of the loop. There is going to be a 200mm fanless radiator on the front, a 360 rad on the top, a 140 rad on the back, and another 140 rad on the fan mount on the HDD cage. How does it look?


Uhh no integrated George Foreman grill or Panini press? What about a kegerator?

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Originally Posted by She loved E View Post

After failing w/a razor before, I'm finally delidded! Thanks to this thread.

BEFORE
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95

86 92 86 83

AFTER (CLP on die)
4.8GHz @ 1.285v
Max temps after 45min P95

59 66 59 58

DROP
26C

No pics unfortunately as I was too anxious to fire her up. I do have a shot of my failed attempt from a few months ago if needed haha.

Glad you got it delidded successfully this time!
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