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No, I only have room for a 120 unless I move the power supply out of the case. Perhaps a new case is in order? I'd be looking at the next series of GPUs so something like a GTX 770/780
Probably up to 4GHz
If you are going to 4ghz you can probably do that at stock volts.
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post #12 of 21
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No, I only have room for a 120 unless I move the power supply out of the case. Perhaps a new case is in order? I'd be looking at the next series of GPUs so something like a GTX 770/780
Probably up to 4GHz

Do you use all the hard drive bays? Are they not removable? If you take out some HDD bays and leave just two you've got enough room for a 35mm rad and push pull fans, or you can leave 3 bays and have a 35mm rad and have either push or pull. Your need a short PSU too, nothing over 160mm and it should all fit down there.

As for 4GHz on the CPU that will be easy, just adjust the turbo to a 40 multi and that should be all you need to do
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post #13 of 21
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Do you use all the hard drive bays? Are they not removable? If you take out some HDD bays and leave just two you've got enough room for a 35mm rad and push pull fans, or you can leave 3 bays and have a 35mm rad and have either push or pull. Your need a short PSU too, nothing over 160mm and it should all fit down there.

As for 4GHz on the CPU that will be easy, just adjust the turbo to a 40 multi and that should be all you need to do
My case doesn't have removable hard drive bays, unfortunately, so it looks like I'll have to get a new one to fit a bigger radiator. Any suggestions under 200 dollars?

Doesn't turbo only work on one or two cores?
post #14 of 21
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My case doesn't have removable hard drive bays, unfortunately, so it looks like I'll have to get a new one to fit a bigger radiator. Any suggestions under 200 dollars?

Doesn't turbo only work on one or two cores?
No, all of them
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The RX240 will fit but it won't be great tbh...

Also, what's the point of having on load temps of 80c as above when you're spending all that money, not really that good tbh.

You might have a dodgy mount on that tbh mate, 80c for that OC is very high.

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Nah, I've remounted/reapplied TIM on that sucker three times. It's not that hot @ 1.30V compared to many others but yeah, it probably needs delidding.
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post #16 of 21
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My case doesn't have removable hard drive bays, unfortunately, so it looks like I'll have to get a new one to fit a bigger radiator. Any suggestions under 200 dollars?

Doesn't turbo only work on one or two cores?

Turbo works on all the cores, just pop into your BIOS and whack the multi up to 40 and thats it.

You could be a new case, however I'm sure some have perhaps "cut" the unused drive bays out, its up to you if you want to mod or not, but 2*240 rads would be nice and it would save on buying a whole new case just to fit a 2nd rad.

Switch 810 is good though, not sure what it costs in the US though.
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post #17 of 21
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RX240 will work fine, I run a 240 Coolgate w/ only two fans in push and I can load cpu 4.6gHz 1.30Vcore @ 80C. That's pushing air from inside case out, with a GTX 680 dumping loads of heat inside the case.

Either the 3570K is really awful when not delidded or you really must have an issue in your loop.

Took me a week to get my temps finaly sorted out in my loop :l

I remounted the CPU block like 50 times propably and reinstalled the whole system 4-5 times.

Then I thought it was working fine, temps were acceptable, then I installed it all into a new case and saw another 6-7C drop in temps lol
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I was able to hit 4.1 at default vcore with the stock cooler before my raystorm arrived. I'm really happy with it as well, at 4.7 and about 70-80C with 1.368V, ~22C ambient.
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post #19 of 21
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Turbo works on all the cores, just pop into your BIOS and whack the multi up to 40 and thats it.

You could be a new case, however I'm sure some have perhaps "cut" the unused drive bays out, its up to you if you want to mod or not, but 2*240 rads would be nice and it would save on buying a whole new case just to fit a 2nd rad.

Switch 810 is good though, not sure what it costs in the US though.
The Switch 810 sure looks good, and it's $170 from Newegg. I think I'll get that and I suppose the EX360 kit will be sufficient for GPU+CPU?
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The Switch 810 sure looks good, and it's $170 from Newegg. I think I'll get that and I suppose the EX360 kit will be sufficient for GPU+CPU?

I got 360 for just the CPU right now and if I do add GPU to my loop I will add another 240 worth of radiator, just because I like to be on the "safe" side tongue.gif
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