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GPU Block arrived




Thursday my new PSU comes in and I'll start this new loop:)
  
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GPU Block arrived




Thursday my new PSU comes in and I'll start this new loop:)

Very good looking block.


What happened to the nickel plated version?
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post #23 of 114
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Very good looking block.


What happened to the nickel plated version?
shipped it out biggrin.gif

hoping to make my second water loop with no issues!
thursday i should be hands on with all the parts, can't wait.
  
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post #24 of 114
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PSU should be arriving today

Will be time to unload the 4boxes i have full of goodies biggrin.gif

I haven't opened the heatkiller yet but was wondering if there is a designate in/out like the raystorm cpu block or can i choose either side for whichever?
  
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I haven't opened the heatkiller yet but was wondering if there is a designate in/out like the raystorm cpu block or can i choose either side for whichever?


I don't remember. I run my in at the bottom first because I have my video card positioned vertically and in that direction seems like the air bubbles bleed out better and the VRMs get hit first.


I don't think there is an in or out.

Good idea to open up your gear and inspect it and make sure it looks in order to avoid delays with problems that may arise.
Edited by SonDa5 - 4/10/13 at 10:40am
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post #26 of 114
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thanks SonDa smile.gif
I was worried about the left or right being an intake, I also figured I might as well take a shot and ask on the forums instead of doing it after i open the instructions 10hours from now biggrin.gif
I assume whichever I use for intake would mean the opposite side would have to be outtake regardless or top or bottom then?

UPS isn't here with my package yet frown.gif might have to wait untill tomorrow to do everything that way i'm not limited on time. would suck for me to have dozens of parts on a table and have to leave halfway through the process:D
  
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thanks SonDa smile.gif

I assume whichever I use for intake would mean the opposite side would have to be outtake regardless or top or bottom then?

Yup.

1 in and 1 out. Choose your route of flow. I did mine to aid in bleeding the bubbles out and to hit VRM parts first.
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post #28 of 114
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Yup.

1 in and 1 out. Choose your route of flow. I did mine to aid in bleeding the bubbles out and to hit VRM parts first.

You bastid! Send me that pic if you can again please, I don't remember if the left side of the heatkiller would do this, I would like to do the same
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post #29 of 114
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You bastid! Send me that pic if you can again please, I don't remember if the left side of the heatkiller would do this, I would like to do the same
biggrin.gif Begging for information to the great SonDa is fun thumb.gif



Your heat killer is the same. That photo had an old configuration that wasn't as good as the one I am running now so I didn't want to confuse you.

Sorry.


Remember I have a RAVEN case which puts the video card in a vertical 90 degree position. It is different than your case. For me the in at the lowest point of the card seems to be best to aid in bleeding air from the block and it happened to hit my VRMs first which I though was important since my VRMs heat up so much.

You can do this Hulk. Not hard.
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post #30 of 114
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I would see the right side of the ports would hit the vrm first seeing as the gpu is on the opposite
I've never watercooled a card, this will be an experience for me smile.gif an experience that has to wait untill tomorrow biggrin.gif thanks ups!
  
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