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***.. you got 3 GPUs.. how's that workin' for you? lol
Working outstanding, thank you. 3 card six screens the content of which you may view in the sticky pics thread.
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Yup thats 1 in(middle) and 2 out (the sides)

The Thermochill PA.120.3 is as good as the 480GTX with low CMF fans, but as you go to higher CMF fans the 480GTX beets the Thermochill, thats why i i picked the $80 over the 123.3, simply
potential. And it looks bad a**
Yes it looks fantastic...I'm beginning to change my mind!

I trade the S&P500 futures index. You can see pics of what I gaze at in the sticky pics thread.

What CFM fan speeds are you talking to make the 480 beat the 120.3? Something like 2000 vs 1200?

What about moving everything outside of the case e.g res, rad and pump and putting them on a base or stand?

That Stinger has got to make sense on the Quad just the fact of more water movement surely must be better. I wonder if anyone has tested in against another block?
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Yes it looks fantastic...I'm beginning to change my mind!

What CFM fan speeds are you talking to make the 480 beat the 120.3? Somehting like 2000 vs 1200?

What about moving everything outside of the case e.g res, rad and pump and putting them on a base or stand?

That Stinger has got to make sense on the Quad just the fact of more water movement surely must be better. I wonder if anyone has tested in against another block?
Its in the process, i forgot who is doing a show-down between the Fuzion,Stinker-V8 and Apogee GT i believe.
Everyting putside the PC is a good idea, it will cool everyting better and take advantage of the cooler room temps, than the temps inside the pc.
But also not that moving your WC system outside might make you use some more tubing, and there for might decrease the flowrate of your loop.
But i dont think that should be too much of a problem if its close to your PC.
you can put it in one of these if you like:
http://www.petrastechshop.com/newa.html $70 for the caseing, thats if you get the PA.120.3, the 480GTX wont fit in there, you can make it fit though
I dont know the exact CMF but im assuming lower=0-55CMF and higher is 55 and above.
I use CMF and not RPM becasue it varies from fan to fan, CMF is a better base yo use since it can be applied to all fans regardless of RPM.
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Acording to tests done by a Thermochill representative over on Over-Clock.com here - http://www.over-clock.com/ivb/index....opic=19496&hl=


In post #5 Marci states -
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Testing has shown that with 70cfm fans moving at 1200rpm at less, the PA120.3 with 3 of such will match or beat the GTX480 with 4 of such. Move above 70cfm fans and the GTX will begin to pull ahead. Move below 70cfm, and the PA's lead grows.
Another fun-filled endeavor of mine ... an external rad box I'm building out of smoked acrylic. Read about it here - http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...box-start.html
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I stand corrected LOL, 70CMF
dam you Joe and that lucky tube of acrylic find!!!
LOL kidding nice find man!
Even if i didnet need that i would just pick it up because it was such a
good price!
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hmmm ... does that mean that I shouldn't mention that on my trip in there today I picked up another 2 foot section for $4.oo and a 1' x 8" x 1/4" piece to cut the end-caps from for $1.oo ?
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hmmm ... does that mean that I shouldn't mention that on my trip in there today I picked up another 2 foot section for $4.oo and a 1' x 8" x 1/4" piece to cut the end-caps from for $1.oo ?
haha
very nice....by any chance do you know places that seller copper? LOL'
maybe get a good deal haha
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Its in the process, i forgot who is doing a show-down between the Fuzion,Stinker-V8 and Apogee GT i believe.
Everyting putside the PC is a good idea, it will cool everyting better and take advantage of the cooler room temps, than the temps inside the pc.
But also not that moving your WC system outside might make you use some more tubing, and there for might decrease the flowrate of your loop.
But i dont think that should be too much of a problem if its close to your PC.
you can put it in one of these if you like:
http://www.petrastechshop.com/newa.html $70 for the caseing, thats if you get the PA.120.3, the 480GTX wont fit in there, you can make it fit though
I dont know the exact CMF but im assuming lower=0-55CMF and higher is 55 and above.
I use CMF and not RPM becasue it varies from fan to fan, CMF is a better base yo use since it can be applied to all fans regardless of RPM.
Thanks for letting me know the CFM is a better measure.

That external case looks great and handy but do you want the rad assembly in a case? I thought the idea was to get it out in the open air...and maybe away from the whatever little heat comes from the pump???
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Thanks for letting me know the CFM is a better measure.

That external case looks great and handy but do you want the rad assembly in a case? I thought the idea was to get it out in the open air...and maybe away from the whatever little heat comes from the pump???
yup its just a bit neater that way, some folks are really anal(am i allowed to say that?) about keeping everyting enclosed.
If your not, keep everything outside, it will give you better temps anyway and hopefully the main goal!!! Idle and ambient!
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