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h100 or 2.0 tt water performer

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hello, I have a thermaltake water performer 2.0,
and I had the opportunity to trade for a h100.
worth the return?
the pump pressure is lower than h100?
I think in future change.
or would it be better to change the tt?

Specifications tt water
Pump Electrical:
12 VDC
3.1 W

I saw here in the forum on tests run on water tt
the specs are
Free Flow:
0.27GPM
20GPH
60 l / hr
With 240 Rad:
0.25GPM
20GPH
60 l / hr

I will use on a gtx 670
post #2 of 5
Both are overkill for cooling a GTX 670, tests show that there is little difference in performance between a H60 and a H100 when used on a GTX 680. So whichever one you have it doesn't really matter.
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my gtx 670 is a DirectCU II
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my gtx 670 is a DirectCU II

That Cooler(one of the best GTX 670 coolers out there) is good enough to cool the gtx 670, if it doesn't they you need to RMA the card or try tightening the cooler's mount screw to increase pressure on the chip.

There is no evidence that a 40C GTX 670 clocks much better than a 65C GTX 670, Core temp at anything below 70C will net you the max OC, what's more important is to keep the VRM Temp down(default coolers on cards do this much better) and you can't do that with a H100 or Water 2.0 Extreme.
Edited by sherlock - 1/13/13 at 9:00am
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Originally Posted by sherlock View Post

That Cooler(one of the best GTX 670 coolers out there) is good enough to cool the gtx 670, if it doesn't they you need to RMA the card or try tightening the cooler's mount screw to increase pressure on the chip.

There is no evidence that a 40C GTX 670 clocks much better than a 65C GTX 670, Core temp at anything below 70C will net you the max OC, what's more important is to keep the VRM Temp down(default coolers on cards do this much better) and you can't do that with a H100 or Water 2.0 Extreme.
my wc is the thermaltake water 2.0 performer, not extreme
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