Originally Posted by hell167
if your going with the xspc raystorm cpu block, you can aways just go with the matching xspc raystorm gpu block. matched with some heat sinks for your vram and vrm chips. but a universal block route also means your will still need a fan blowing on your heatsinks.
You were referring to XSPC RayStorm High Performance Acetal Universal GPU Liquid Cooling Block? It doesn't list 7970's as being a supported card for it though. I would also need to pick up something like http://www.amazon.com/Cosmos-Copper-Cooling-Heatsinks-cooler/dp/B00637X42A/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1394586801&sr=1-2&keywords=vga+ram+heatsinks
for the vrm/vram right correct?@Unicr0nhunter
I like the added functionality of the Aquaero so I'm taking another look at it versus the Lamptron. Perhaps you can tell me since you have been looking into it though. How does the Aquaero handle the emergency shutdown of the computer? Also would I still be able to use the same fan splitter and flow meter or would I have to pick out new ones if I switched to the Aquaero?
Also with my loop possibly now being pump, cpu, gpu, gpu, aquaero block, radiator, rez, and with the tubes being long runs would i possibly need a second D5 pump in series?Edited by 00klesk00 - 3/11/14 at 6:52pm