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post #7721 of 28116
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Originally Posted by flexus View Post

I have no expericen with water cooling so maybe a stupid question. Could you put the GPU in that loop for cooling also in that solution?
I see at german company Aquacomputer has external water cooling systems, dunno of anyone here has some input on that.
http://shop.aquacomputer.de/product_info.php?products_id=2990
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Io145whg9vM
Doing a loop out side of the case is fine. I prefer to have my water cooling loops inside the case for a cleaner look(less tubing to run and etc.)
I have a water cooling guide I made if you need help on understanding the basics and how to put a loop together. I also have videos to go along with my guide.

Water cooling guide
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/913181-water-cooling-guide-noobs.html#post11984918
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post #7722 of 28116
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Not stable as in it crashes at 1100MHz or just throttles below it? If it crashes, then that is some seriously bad silicon. If it just throttles, that's not too uncommon. Mine does, too, and there are many others. Stock BIOS I can get 1110MHz in most games, but Sleeping Dogs throttles it down to 1032-1045MHz at times.

Crashes as in it blacks-out my monitor, and I have to manually power down my PC. This is on the stock BIOS, so nothing has been modded. It's not related to temperatures either.

I'm so disappointed because my original Titan could do 1241mhz without throttling, with Naennon's 145% Power BIOS.
Edited by Darco19 - 4/27/13 at 8:14am
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post #7723 of 28116
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You could in that 360MM, rule of thumb is a 1200mm for every component. me myself I would want more. For my gaming rig I have a 360, 240, & a 120MM. Cards top out @ 41C, CPU @ 5GHz & 1.435 volts max out full load @ 76C

I think a 360 for a CPU & GPU is good though
Rule of thumb is 150w per 120mm rad
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Originally Posted by Darco19 View Post

Crashes as in it blacks-out my monitor, and I have to manually power down my PC. This is on the stock BIOS, so nothing has been modded. It's not related to temperatures either.

I'm so disappointed because my original Titan could do 1241mhz without throttling, with Naennon's 145% Power BIOS.

Ouch. Mine crashes at 1137MHz which isn't good either but that seems really bad.
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Does the modded bios void warranties?
Edited by brkbeatjunkie - 4/27/13 at 9:05am
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post #7726 of 28116
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Rule of thumb is 150w per 120mm rad

Clearly you know that's a typo don't you? rolleyes.gif
 
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post #7727 of 28116
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Guys, can we get some recent feedback on the different bios and how they seem to behave for you?

I like Naennons original but I don't want to be at max volts all the time.

I tried the rr09ss bios and got artifacts in 3dmark11 at stock boost of 1058mhz. That doesn't happen on stock bios. It crashed Heaven 3.0 after the first run stock as well.

my experience with RR09SS: anything less than +25mV ends up crashing. i think since power limit 100% = 300W it needs the extra volts...
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Well, I finally did some BIOS flashing and discovered my card is maxing out at around 1150-1163 no matter what. I think I will go back to stock BIOS as it was going to 1058 already in games and running a lot cooler with less volts.
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Doing a loop out side of the case is fine. I prefer to have my water cooling loops inside the case for a cleaner look(less tubing to run and etc.)
I have a water cooling guide I made if you need help on understanding the basics and how to put a loop together. I also have videos to go along with my guide.

Water cooling guide
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/913181-water-cooling-guide-noobs.html#post11984918
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post #7730 of 28116

Thinking about going for full watercool my rig with the titan in the loop... which means to ditch my half broken Corsair H100. 

 
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