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http://www.akust.com/product-category/cooling-accessories/liquid-cooling/

Can you get one of these in the UK ?

It is all copper, will probably last longer.
It don't look like it was made for AMD cooling.
I don't like dealing with mixed metal solutions
Sent Email "AMD watercooling ?" Company based inTiawan
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Well I've been at it again and these are my results so fast.

Rosewill ultra slim from newegg worked for me. 55 cups


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Latest test was 1.468v @ 4.6GHz (1.488v under load) and IBT crashed a little over halfway through.

Either my chip scales poorly or I've messed up a setting somewhere along the way. I'm leaning towards the latter..or maybe my ageing Corsair CX600M PSU is struggling with the higher voltages?

edit: Also stuck a 120mm fan on my GPU back plate with double sided tape to blow air at my VRMs..still need to purchase a slim fan for behind the socket.


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Thermaltake Level 10 GT
https://store.thermaltakeusa.com/inside03.php?s=1&k=221&a=1847
That's a good price!! It doesn't have a socket fan area, but dat design tho...... redface.gif
I could add a socket fan, as I did with this, though that's not ideal on a new case rolleyes.gif
I was looking at that case but someone suggested a different, less expensive, Thermaltake that also has three 200mm fans. I don't remember what the case name is.
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I was looking at that case but someone suggested a different, less expensive, Thermaltake that also has three 200mm fans. I don't remember what the case name is.

Was it the Thermaltake Overseer?

http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=c_00001803

That's got 3 200 mm fans.
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I was looking at that case but someone suggested a different, less expensive, Thermaltake that also has three 200mm fans. I don't remember what the case name is.

Well, that $129.99 with free shipping from TT is a really good price. It's $190 new on newegg.....
I have decided against the in-win, despite it having a socket fan mount.
The reason, is that, for $99, the case has cheap plastic yellow drive clips, ugly grey-beige i/o wires, and a crappy filtration system....

It is now down between the Corsair Air 540, @ $119.99 with free shipping from Amazon,
Or the Level 10 GT for $129.99 with free shipping from TTbuy.

I have until Friday to decide.....
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Was it the Thermaltake Overseer?

http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=c_00001803

That's got 3 200 mm fans.

Or The chaser?

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001719
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Or The chaser?

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001719
Probably that one. I remember that it had ColorShift fans.

I am waffling between several options:

1) a case with two or three 200mm or larger fans
2) going for full water cooling with large external radiators
3) making a custom case with a box fan as the cooler
4) going for full water and using a ducted box fan as the cooler

The 200mm fans from everyone other than Antec are sleeve bearing models. Sleeve bearings generally don't do well when mounted horizontally. That concerns me about these 200mm fan cases.

Noise is my first concern and budget is second. My third concern is ease of cleaning. I don't like trying to get dust out of coolers because even with compressed air it tends to stick. I'm not worried about looks and portability doesn't have to be great. Having to clean one large box fan and use a single furnace-type filter seems to be a lot better than trying to clean a lot of small fans, and the cost is lower.

I also want to have a fan behind the socket because people keep saying that that helps a lot.
Edited by superstition222 - 5/5/15 at 12:01pm
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Or The chaser?

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001719

I like the overall design of that one, and it's $105 refurbished with free shipping, but that permanent blue is not for me at all. I'd have to throw some red or black model paint over that or something.
I like the size, design, and fan layout though. Thanks for the suggestion!!

I'm digging the idea of a somewhat flashy case at this point, but nothing near as over the top as my Nemesis elite back in 06:


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Optimus was sleeping on my desk, right up to the time Michael Bay wanted to make a movie...
Edited by Agent Smith1984 - 5/5/15 at 12:08pm
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Originally Posted by superstition222 View Post

Probably that one. I remember that it had ColorShift fans.

I am waffling between several options:

1) a case with two or three 200mm or larger fans
2) going for full water cooling with large external radiators
3) making a custom case with a box fan as the cooler
4) going for full water and using a ducted box fan as the cooler

The 200mm fans from everyone other than Antec are sleeve bearing models. Sleeve bearings generally don't do well when mounted horizontally. That concerns me about these 200mm fan cases.

Noise is my first concern and budget is second. My third concern is ease of cleaning. I don't like trying to get dust out of coolers because even with compressed air it tends to stick. I'm not worried about looks and portability doesn't have to be great. Having to clean one large box fan and use a single furnace-type filter seems to be a lot better than trying to clean a lot of small fans, and the cost is lower.

I also want to have a fan behind the socket because people keep saying that that helps a lot.

I love 200mm fans , I strap them everywhere!


How many Coolermaster 200mm Megaflows can you get in a HAF 922,; answer 5!

Noise? Thats what headphones are for... actually they aren't that loud..

Dust ... positive pressure keeps that out....

Which way you mount them? No idea I just stick em in , at a £10 ( tenner) a piece you cant go wrong!

Fan behind socket , yep you have to have one of those...

fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms

May I also recommend fans on the VRM's



And on the Northbridge, oh and on the southbridge and maybe a fan where the I/O shield should be and maybe.................sometimes I do get carried away when it comes to Fans...
Edited by Mike The Owl - 5/5/15 at 12:54pm
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Dust ... positive pressure keeps that out....
Is there any scientific proof of this? I've seen this debated quite a few times over the years but never any conclusive evidence.
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