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I'd wait and check out the new watercoolers coming out from cooler master. Modular in design and with really nice radiators. Just saw them on Newegg's CES coverage and I'm very interested in them already.

Sounds interesting. What are they called so I can keep my eye out for em?

Start looking at the 8:10 mark one rad/watercooler, then some air coolers and then other watercoolers which I think are the modular ones.

 

post #712 of 10491
thanks !!
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post #713 of 10491
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Sounds interesting. What are they called so I can keep my eye out for em?

This is the big one everyones talking about, Swiftechs closed circuit water cooling

http://www.anandtech.com/show/6657/swiftech-and-steiger-dynamics-german-engineering-comes-home
post #714 of 10491
Can someone tell me if you can fit the Cooler Master V6GT into this case along with a top exhaust fan mounted in the case. Just want to know because I've been thinking about buying this case along with fans with some red leds.

Cheers guys.
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Or you can wait for the new Swifttech AIO which will probably best all of the current ones.
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post #716 of 10491
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Can someone tell me if you can fit the Cooler Master V6GT into this case along with a top exhaust fan mounted in the case. Just want to know because I've been thinking about buying this case along with fans with some red leds.

Cheers guys.


Judging from specs of unit, it will fit but with no fan on top panel, the max hight with a fan for a HSF is 155mm, the V6GT is specced at 165mm. However, it looks like with mobo you still have about 180mm of clearance according to Canucks review, so im honestly not sure

http://youtu.be/BVMkGv1uXTE?t=5m8s
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post #717 of 10491
Well I just gone doing a basic comparison test after getting my window at long freaking last. I simply loaded up skryim and pointed my character to a static view of the mountains and forest let the game sit for a few minutes while it leveled out the load and temperatures and simply compared the temperatures showing on my GPU and CPU gadget meters.

All in all, I couldn't tell a woo haa of a difference temperature wise between the window and non window on my particular setup. GPU cored stayed at 59c-60c and CPU cores were bouncing around between 48c-51c either way. You mileage will likely vary with your equipment and set up.

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post #718 of 10491
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Well I just gone doing a basic comparison test after getting my window at long freaking last. I simply loaded up skryim and pointed my character to a static view of the mountains and forest let the game sit for a few minutes while it leveled out the load and temperatures and simply compared the temperatures showing on my GPU and CPU gadget meters.

All in all, I couldn't tell a woo haa of a difference temperature wise between the window and non window on my particular setup. GPU cored stayed at 59c-60c and CPU cores were bouncing around between 48c-51c either way. You mileage will likely vary with your equipment and set up.
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Looks great. thumb.gif
Where did you get those thumbscrews for the brackets? Nice touch.
 
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post #719 of 10491
Run a couple more tests (by which I mean played more games), my CPU temps aren't seeing a noticeable increase, nor is rad heat. GPU temps are consistently 4-5c higher, but the vid card fans aren't kicking up to full either so I'm working within the cards' limits..
post #720 of 10491
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Run a couple more tests (by which I mean played more games), my CPU temps aren't seeing a noticeable increase, nor is rad heat. GPU temps are consistently 4-5c higher, but the vid card fans aren't kicking up to full either so I'm working within the cards' limits..

Well, at least we know now that the solid top doesn't turn it into a sauna. Thanks fellas. +Rep thumb.gif
 
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