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Evga GTX 680 with Corsair H100i -The mod

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hi forum!

heres some pics from my last project hope you like it
let me know what you think smile.gif
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Originally Posted by drnilly007 View Post

Nice job looks great hows the temps?

at stock bios and wo overclock- ambient 29 (room is 28)
at full load with valley bench or furmark it gets to 43-44 after half hour

fans and pump at low speed











Edited by AsaGoren - 5/24/13 at 2:58pm
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Nice job looks great hows the temps?
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i'm surprised that the companies don't make adapter brackets for the GPU's

they'd get a lot more customers
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Originally Posted by drnilly007 View Post

Nice job looks great hows the temps?

at stock bios and wo overclock- ambient 29 (room is 28)
at full load with valley bench or furmark it gets to 43-44 after half hour

fans and pump at low speed
post #5 of 12
Is that the oem bracket that comes with the h100? with just some custom drilled holes?

Some full mounting instructions would be sweet.
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post #6 of 12
So....overclocking? Curious if the cooling helps.
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Originally Posted by drnilly007 View Post

Is that the oem bracket that comes with the h100? with just some custom drilled holes?

Some full mounting instructions would be sweet.

the mounting is very easy just need to drill the holes in the amd braclet and use the intel screws to connect it to the board.
and this is the h100i not the h100..

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Originally Posted by Tom Brohanks View Post

So....overclocking? Curious if the cooling helps.

im trying, so far i got it stable with 1267MHZ (+200) on the core clock (max boost) after flashing new bios with 1.212v
and the temps are AMAZING!
52-54 after 4 hours of METRO LL!!

Edited by AsaGoren - 5/26/13 at 12:54am
post #8 of 12
Very nice mod! I have done similar mods with antec h20 620 on sli gtx470's and 560ti's. I used zip ties though! More of a hack than a mod. Great temps and quiet operation. Good job man.
post #9 of 12
What are you using for thermal pads on the heatsinks?
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Originally Posted by AsaGoren View Post

the mounting is very easy just need to drill the holes in the amd braclet and use the intel screws to connect it to the board.
and this is the h100i not the h100..
im trying, so far i got it stable with 1267MHZ (+200) on the core clock (max boost) after flashing new bios with 1.212v
and the temps are AMAZING!
52-54 after 4 hours of METRO LL!!

What are the VRM temps?
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