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Originally Posted by ineedafriend View Post

How are your temps on that card? I was gunna water cool mine (I have the same card) but is it really worth it?
You will see a big difference. I had the 5970 and 5870 I had about 15-20 degree drop from personal experience
res-mcp655-480 rad-cpu-5970-5870
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post #92 of 97
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Im just going to do the cpu and hopfully ill get to the GPU later this month. Thanks! Ill have pics up later when i get it all in biggrin.gif
post #93 of 97
The cards will stay within spec, if that's what youre asking. 2560x1440 pushes them pretty hard too thumb.gif

As for noise, I can't really comment. I use headphones whenever it starts screaming + my PWM modded AP-31 rear case fan overpowers the GPU's anyway.
Edited by Dirtyworks - 1/11/13 at 8:32pm
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post #94 of 97
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Originally Posted by tylergbass View Post

Something someone told me recently about coolant also. "Go to Walmart and get a gallon on anti-freeze (ethylene glycol based, not propylene glycol based). Mix 90% distilled water (not deionized, not spring, not anything else) and 10% from the gallon to make your coolant."
Who said that?

What I could find about ethylene glycol:

"Corrosion caused by uninhibited ethylene glycol
Studies1 show that uninhibited ethylene glycol will degrade into five organic acids - glycolic, glyoxylic, formic, carbonic, and oxalic - in the presence of heat, oxygen, and common cooling system metals such as copper and aluminum. Copper and aluminum act as a catalyst in the presence of uninhibited ethylene glycol. These organic acids will then chemically attack copper and aluminum in as little as three weeks under extreme conditions (212°F and oxygen bubbling into the uninhibited ethylene glycol solution) to form metal organic compounds in the fluid, which can lead to clogging of pipes, pumps, valves, etc."

http://www.lytron.com/Tools-and-Technical-Reference/Application-Notes/Preventing-Corrosion-in-Cooling-Systems

it should be used only with inhibitors, there is a list.

But I don't see any reason why to use that in liquid cooling.

p.s. it will kill rubber stuff easily.

It is used in automotive anti-freeze, so the water doesn't freeze at -35С
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hey, guys, can someone comment on that?
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get colored tubing

what he said
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