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That's strange because I had a 8-10c difference with my loop in series and only a 3-4c difference after switching over to parallel. It just seemed to me that the heat kept building from one block to the next in series. Anyway, that was my experience with it ...

To my knowledge, I believe that temps rise after a number of passes through the loop and not necessarily from component to component. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
    
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To my knowledge, I believe that temps rise after a number of passes through the loop and not necessarily from component to component. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

After some amount of time the entire loop normalizes and the delta from one part of the loop to another becomes very small.

(in my experience)
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post #4983 of 28139
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My backplates arrive tomorrow Naennon, I will get a pic posted then.

Just saw the EK backplates on Frozen...They look nice! I'm probably going to end up ordering 2 of these when I order my 2nd EK waterblock for the 2nd GTX Titan. Post some pics when you get em!
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post #4984 of 28139
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still waiting for the pictures of EK backplate (cardside... not the backside)

I just installed my block and backplate last night. it sucks I just sold my phone and now I don't have a camera. It looks really nice in all black and makes the card look awesome. I know the block isn't full cover but all I see is the backplate anyways and that fully covers the card. The power plugs kind of cover up the missing part of the block so i think the EK block and backplate is really nice.

The good thing about going with EK for the block and backplate is that it's all guarenteed to fit right. My 680 had a EVGA backplate and EK block and so I had to get different screws to install everything.

The card side of the backplate just has the indents for the memory and is pretty flat.
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I know idle temps don't matter much but it's still pretty cool to see your gpu idle at 20c. I haven't had a chance to fully load it yet with the waterblock installed. I used artic silver 5 for the gpu so it needs some time to cure and then the temps should go down a little bit more.
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I played FC3 for awhile, it definitely seems to push my cards much more than valley. Up to max temp 42 and 99% usage on both cards and both cards >100% power. Still no crash or anything so I think I'm good for 24/7 with 1163/3500

How many fps are you getting? Everything maxed out 1080p? 99% use on both cards biggrin.gif
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Thought Titan owners might find this interesting:

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post #4988 of 28139
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How many fps are you getting? Everything maxed out 1080p? 99% use on both cards biggrin.gif

I didn't have the fps overlay on but I can reasonably tell there were no big dips at least. I know some(maybe you) swear by your 120hz monitors but I'd never go back from 16:10 large screens. I got rid of my u3011 and I'm on a u2410 while I wait for u3014 US availability. So I was playing at 1920x1200 with everything on ultra, I will play later and watch the fps and get back to you.

Edit: In case you see this:Played 30 more minutes with fps overlay on, 1920z1200 everything ultra, average something around 85, lowest dip was 68, most of the time 100+
Edited by mbreslin - 3/18/13 at 4:54pm
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post #4989 of 28139
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still waiting for the pictures of EK backplate (cardside... not the backside)



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Is that plastic or metal? Looks like plastic from the picture but I assume it is metal
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