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Since I'm getting a classy, I'm thinking of getting my first custom water cooling setup, any pointers for where I should start? I'm only doing the GPU since I just purchased a Nepton 280L for my CPU.
Edited by mercinator16 - 3/17/14 at 6:24pm
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Probably wrong thread for that . But i would suggest you to go for a full loop with CPU Block integrated and sell your AIO Solution . The device when it comes to Radiators is the most what fits in your case . As minimum for GPU & GPU i would say a 360 . Better would be 360 x 240 or somthing like that . If you realy wanna loop your GPU only i would say a 240 for it , but it doesent makes much sense to loop the gpu only . Go for a full loop , you will get awesome temps on both GPU & GPU and most important your system will become silent like hell .
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Probably wrong thread for that . But i would suggest you to go for a full loop with CPU Block integrated and sell your AIO Solution . The device when it comes to Radiators is the most what fits in your case . As minimum for GPU & GPU i would say a 360 . Better would be 360 x 240 or somthing like that . If you realy wanna loop your GPU only i would say a 240 for it , but it doesent makes much sense to loop the gpu only . Go for a full loop , you will get awesome temps on both GPU & GPU and most important your system will become silent like hell .

What thread do you recommend, I saw multiple.
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Iam new to this forum but i bet here is some watercooling thread or something like that ?

got this here for you :

http://www.overclock.net/f/61/water-cooling
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Iam new to this forum but i bet here is some watercooling thread or something like that ?

got this here for you :

http://www.overclock.net/f/61/water-cooling

Water Cooling picture/discussion thread
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Hi everyone ! I have a windforce gigabyte 780 ti. I benched with the stock bios ( so i couldn't overvoltage it) with 3d mark 11 and i reach 1130 mhz . Then i flashed in the bios i found here for my cpu and then i reach the 1.212 v ( before was 1.8 ) and i can reach about 1240 mhz, but the score on the bench is lower then before! Or very lower if i keep the same clock as before overvolting, someone has suggestions? Many thanks!

With 1.212 v
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8126996
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8127939

With 1.8 default voltage
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8122495


And what about very different scores with the same oc set? :S

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8128186

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8128083
Edited by owned13199 - 3/18/14 at 2:50am
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Planning to order a 780 ti to replace my 7970 later today. I already have an EK waterblock en route for it and ti will be added into my loop. Would anyone mind weighing in on which particular GPU to get?

Either:
Reference EVGA 780ti
or
Reference EVGA ACX 780ti

Almost certainly going EVGA for the outstanding warranty. And want to stick with a reference PCB for the waterblock. So my conundrum is which is more likely to OC better? I know the silicon lottery is rather random but am I better off hoping to get an unbinned GPU or getting a GPU that will at least bin to 1005 mhz?

Thanks for the help.

Edit: $10 difference in price
And as I look back in this thread the ACX Superclocked is not binned so I'm just as likely to get a good card with either?
Edited by teamrushpntball - 3/18/14 at 1:49am
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ok so finally decided on the EVGA 780ti SC acx since it will be the chepest for me. And after all will still be going with the Corsair AX760w since it will be the easiest for me to get a hold of.

But im ordering H440 but have to wait 1½ month for it to arrive.

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post #8839 of 16481
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Originally Posted by owned13199 View Post

Hi everyone ! I have a windforce gigabyte 780 ti. I benched with the stock bios ( so i couldn't overvoltage it) with 3d mark 11 and i reach 1130 mhz . Then i flashed in the bios i found here for my cpu and then i reach the 1.212 v ( before was 1.8 ) and i can reach about 1240 mhz, but the score on the bench is lower then before! Or very lower if i keep the same clock as before overvolting, someone has suggestions? Many thanks!

With 1.212 v
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8126996
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8127939

With 1.8 default voltage
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/8122495

Yeah my Suggestion is here : Throw that crap Gigabyte Card away . I got one aswell and its doing the same to me in some cases . I higher the clocks and Voltages and i get lower Scores ... funny eh ?
post #8840 of 16481
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Originally Posted by teamrushpntball View Post

Planning to order a 780 ti to replace my 7970 later today. I already have an EK waterblock en route for it and ti will be added into my loop. Would anyone mind weighing in on which particular GPU to get?

Either:
Reference EVGA 780ti
or
Reference EVGA ACX 780ti

Almost certainly going EVGA for the outstanding warranty. And want to stick with a reference PCB for the waterblock. So my conundrum is which is more likely to OC better? I know the silicon lottery is rather random but am I better off hoping to get an unbinned GPU or getting a GPU that will at least bin to 1005 mhz?

Thanks for the help.

Edit: $10 difference in price
And as I look back in this thread the ACX Superclocked is not binned so I'm just as likely to get a good card with either?

Dude the Reference with ACX is the same as the reference , thats why its called -> Reference<- with ACX ...... xD .
And since youre going to go WC that thing why the heck you wanna go for ACX Cooler ? smile.gif
Get any of those . The Overclockabilitys will be up to your luck not and up to either the ACX or Non ACX Reference Card .

Iam Sorry for that Double Post =/ .
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