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Yes, it'll work better. Is the at best 5C load temp difference REALLY worth the trouble and expense? I'm not so sure.

In reality your 165 puts out very little heat even at 3.0. I know this because I had one. At. 1.6vcore and 3.150 GHz it never topped 52C on my TDX with a 1900XTX in loop. I'd run at 730MHz 1.525vgpu on ATItool and never break 60C at the same time as Orthos on the 3.05G chip which would STILL not break 50C. I ran a Y after the water left to pump to hit the CPU and GPU separately then rejoin on the return before going straight to the rad. Now, with my E6600 pushing 70C I DO see a slight increase in GPU temps when I Orthos while atitool stressing. It'll start at ~59C then slowly climb to 63C and stay there. This is only with a 2 x 120 rad and a DD MAG pump too. It would seem at best I could save ~ 4C GPU and CPU with two separate loops. Not worth it. You'll likely save even less with your lower thermal load system than mine.

Have fun doing it though. Keep us posted.
~50C for CPU is too hot for my taste. Here's link to new thread on this:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ercooling.html

Now with those stuffs it'll be cooler than you think, plus G80 is literally (and figuratively) the hottest card out.
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~50C for CPU is too hot for my taste. Here's link to new thread on this:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ercooling.html

Now with those stuffs it'll be cooler than you think, plus G80 is literally (and figuratively) the hottest card out.
At my 28-30C ambient temps (I had the chip during the summer) 50C is NOT too hot. The temperature increase from ambient to CPU load was almost 1C:1C before I broke the rig up and got the E6600 going.

Also, a non-voltmoddedG80 still doesn't run nearly as hot as my XTX @ 770MHZ/1.575vgpu.

FYI: you probably should think about returning that reservoir... they tend to increase temps the 2-3C you'll be gaining from the loops.
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At my 28-30C ambient temps (I had the chip during the summer) 50C is NOT too hot. The temperature increase from ambient to CPU load was almost 1C:1C before I broke the rig up and got the E6600 going.

Also, a non-voltmoddedG80 still doesn't run nearly as hot as my XTX @ 770MHZ/1.575vgpu.

FYI: you probably should think about returning that reservoir... they tend to increase temps the 2-3C you'll be gaining from the loops.
Room temperature goes up to nearly 40C here last summer, it was just crazy and I can't trust mother nature anymore. Lol. The reason I want watercooling for my G80 is because I will volt-mod it some day, and sacrificing 2-3C for the reservoir is perfectly fine for me, since my Stacker uses those clips for 5.25" bays so it makes life much easier when I can scoot it out a couple inches to refill and then pop it back in, plus I really wanna try my luck out for a higher OC on my 165. If you wish to reply, please do so in the new thread, no offense but it confuses others when they walk in and think that I'm still gonna get that cheap Silent Water.

And afterall it's an experiment, I don't see anybody trying it so I guess I'll be the daredevil for once. I know an extra loop is gonna cost more but it's worth a try, just to see what happens.
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