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The loop is under pressure.

It's getting ready to end up on the marketplace.
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You absolutely can, but if you want to push them to the limit with x79, you're gonna come up short.

For gaming and other random things people do with their computers, most people will say the ax1200 is actually overkill.

Slick from Linus tech tips recommends a 760i for dual 780s. Imagine what he would say about a ax1200.

I really just depends on individual needs. My ax850 ran my titans just fine at 1.212v with CPU at stock speeds. OC the CPU and PC will shut down as soon as the gpus were under load.

Well I going to have a overclocked 4770K with the two Titans overclocked, two D5 pumps, and probably over 19 fans. biggrin.gif

On that note. My 2nd Titan is now in my hands plus the water block and back plate that will be going on it. Just hope I got enough Fujipoly left for it.

2nd Titan just came in, plus another full copper block and black plate to go with it.
     
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My ghetto looking rig :-p

The block is just there to complete the flow. Didn't feel like bending acrylic tubes. This brings me back to square 1. Since both EK blocks leaked how did water managed to rise over the block and into the gpu. I sure didn't see a trail from the top card.

How water made its way into my GPU is now a mystery. Unless water found a way to defy gravity.



But it does...wink.gif Its called adhesion! thumb.gif
and other water properties called surface tension and capillary action makes water climb tubes and crawl around and into very small places!
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But it does...wink.gif Its called adhesion! thumb.gif
and other water properties called surface tension and capillary action makes water climb tubes and crawl around and into very small places!
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The loop is under pressure.

It's getting ready to end up on the marketplace.

It sure picked the right person to work its magic. I don't know if I should be happy to have water climb up, or sad that it picked my titan.
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nasa should hire you, you managed to defy gravity.
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Well I going to have a overclocked 4770K with the two Titans overclocked, two D5 pumps, and probably over 19 fans. biggrin.gif

On that note. My 2nd Titan is now in my hands plus the water block and back plate that will be going on it. Just hope I got enough Fujipoly left for it.

2nd Titan just came in, plus another full copper block and black plate to go with it.

protip (not that it really matters) the exterior of anti-static bags are not anti-static. The exterior is actually conductive.
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It's getting ready to end up on the marketplace.

It sure picked the right person to work its magic. I don't know if I should be happy to have water climb up, or sad that it picked my titan.

you are going to regret throwing in the towel when it requires 100% fan speed to run 1100MHZ. tongue.gif
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protip (not that it really matters) the exterior of anti-static bags are not anti-static. The exterior is actually conductive.
you are going to regret throwing in the towel when it requires 100% fan speed to run 1100MHZ. tongue.gif

Not giving up just yet. The thought of a huge air cooler and loud gpu fans frightens me. I definitely want new blocks.

Szeged, many great inventions have been the product of a mistake or accident. The inventor is usually like, huh I like this idea, let's call it a chimichanga. Lol
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applaud.gif

nooo i dropped the burrrrrrrito into the frrrryer!!!
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Not giving up just yet. The thought of a huge air cooler and loud gpu fans frightens me. I definitely want new blocks.

Szeged, many great inventions have been the product of a mistake or accident. The inventor is usually like, huh I like this idea, let's call it a chimichanga. Lol

Drop the "just yet"! thumb.gif
NEVER GIVE UP!!!! (Rammstein "Du Hast" fading in the back of the room...band.gif) tongue.gif
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Just a comment about the PSU situation. I have had an AX1200 single rail for a while now and simply bought another AX1200i (the 1200i is the newer version) and an ADD2PSU card. I have the AX1200 single rail hooked up to my two Titans and an AX1200 multi rail (the 1200i version) powering everything else. Seems fine as I write this. Used the updated bioses and hacks OK as well.

Am I missing something? Do the new Titan BE versions require the 1500 monsters to work? I've not got any BE's atm but was wondering if, with Skyn3ts latest, we can look forward to greater overclocks on said BE cards?

Thanx
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