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msi gtx 980 ti sea hawk card question

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the 2 tubes are heavy and thick so my question is can the tubes get out from the rad with over time?
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If you're purposely wiggling them around and trying to loosen them, then I'd expect it to happen. Otherwise, they should be fine. thumb.gif
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If you're purposely wiggling them around and trying to loosen them, then I'd expect it to happen. Otherwise, they should be fine. thumb.gif


i will install it like that is that ok?
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Should be ok, as long as the video card ends of the tubes are not crimped. I believe you could also rotate the radiator to get yourself some extra slack there.
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Should be OK, I got mine half a year and took it out few times and everything is fine.

I will suggest you to flip the radiator so the tubes will be on the bottom, from my Previous experience with when applying water solution to some video cards they specifically say that the tube should be at the bottom of the radiator.
Maybe in this model its different, anyway monitor the temp.
I get 27C on Idle up to 62C on load (with overclock).

By the way i almost sure this cards are cherry picked by MSI and they have great overclocking performance.
Contact me if you need any help regarding it smile.gif
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