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Poll Results: What will the end result be?

 
  • 45% (71)
    Loop works, temps are good.
  • 21% (33)
    Loop works, temps are bad.
  • 26% (42)
    Loop fails, leaky parts.
  • 6% (10)
    Loop fails, parts arrive broken.
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post #71 of 183
Everything is made by a small manufacturer called "Bykski" apart from the rads which i think is a cheap off-brand version but it's still copper biggrin.gif
And the GPU Block is meant for a reference 7870 tongue.gif

The cables on the other hand is from QDIY
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post #72 of 183
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by DaveLT View Post

Everything is made by a small manufacturer called "Bykski" apart from the rads which i think is a cheap off-brand version but it's still copper biggrin.gif
And the GPU Block is meant for a reference 7870 tongue.gif

The cables on the other hand is from QDIY


Interesting! Now we know smile.gif
Dang it, I made sure and asked like 10 places if the XFX 7870 was reference and everyone said yes.
Can someone point me to a 7870 reference card.

and yup! smile.gif At least I'm sure the radiator is made of copper.

edit: how do you know the cable brand?
post #73 of 183
Looks nice! How loud is the pump at 100%?
post #74 of 183
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by fishymamba View Post

Looks nice! How loud is the pump at 100%?

I'm not sure how I would measure how loud it is. But it's probably comparible to my 7870 fan at 50%.
post #75 of 183
love the lighting in this room
post #76 of 183
Quote:
Originally Posted by SprayingVomit View Post

Interesting! Now we know smile.gif
Dang it, I made sure and asked like 10 places if the XFX 7870 was reference and everyone said yes.
Can someone point me to a 7870 reference card.

and yup! smile.gif At least I'm sure the radiator is made of copper.

edit: how do you know the cable brand?
I bought the QDIY ones before, i know they're the only ones doing proper sleeving
Wait is yours the double d version? Because it's supposedly reference ...

I think anything with black boards are reference
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814103228
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post #77 of 183
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by DaveLT View Post

I bought the QDIY ones before, i know they're the only ones doing proper sleeving
Wait is yours the double d version? Because it's supposedly reference ...

I think anything with black boards are reference
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814103228

I have the one fan version.
http://ncix.com/products/?sku=69828&vpn=FX787ACNFC&manufacture=XFX&promoid=1276
Which I've been told by everyone is a reference card.
post #78 of 183
Can you open the block(s) up so we can see the worksmanship (e.g. water channels)? Will REP+ you for it. Cheers. smile.gif

On the other note, judging from the photo, Phobya's quality isn't that far off TBH.
post #79 of 183
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Originally Posted by PTCB View Post

Can you open the block(s) up so we can see the worksmanship (e.g. water channels)? Will REP+ you for it. Cheers. smile.gif

On the other note, judging from the photo, Phobya's quality isn't that far off TBH.

Their product page actually shows the block disassembled.
http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/universal-CPU-water-block-water-cooling-suitable-for-4GHz-I7/907279_522563236.html
I had a quick look inside the waterblock and the product photos looked accurate.

As for the waterblock, I'll look into it later tomorrow, it's almost 3am right now haha.
post #80 of 183
Quote:
Originally Posted by SprayingVomit View Post

Interesting! Now we know smile.gif
Dang it, I made sure and asked like 10 places if the XFX 7870 was reference and everyone said yes.
Can someone point me to a 7870 reference card.

and yup! smile.gif At least I'm sure the radiator is made of copper.

edit: how do you know the cable brand?
I think this is a ref 7870 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131467
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