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post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by Radmanhs View Post

What is this creature that is called a GF?



If you can, put everything under water. Waterblocks are pretty cheap imo. compared to, say, radiators, pumps etc.
Edited by Hattifnatten - 1/21/13 at 2:27pm
post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by jrccomputer View Post

Don't get the H100 wait for the H110 or Swiftech H220 coming in february.

the OP claimed to have an h100 already which they are looking to replace with a custom loop.

so yes. your post was kinda random.
post #23 of 26
If it was me I'd actually leave the H100i and watercool the GPUs instead. Any noise level you have is likely from the GPU fans and not the H100 fans.
If you later want to setup a custom loop for the CPU you could do a dual loop.
post #24 of 26
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Originally Posted by zeusthunder369 View Post

If it was me I'd actually leave the H100i and watercool the GPUs instead. Any noise level you have is likely from the GPU fans and not the H100 fans.
If you later want to setup a custom loop for the CPU you could do a dual loop.

I wouldnt do a dual loop, seems like more of a pain than its worth to deal with.

but yes, go ahead and do your GPUs first if you need to worry about budget, then when its convinient, get a cpu block. (though honestly its only a difference of like 50-100$
post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by jrccomputer View Post

Don't get the H100 wait for the H110 or Swiftech H220 coming in february.

I have the h100, which is why i want a custom loop. Did you miss that part?
post #26 of 26
You begin your most epic adventure yet...Let's hope Heaven is as beautiful as Columbia. Rest in Peace ComputerNoob21
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