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Anyone have any ideas
That 480 can handle it easily, I'd run it res-pump-rad-cpu-gpu-gpu, that way the coolest water possible will hit your cpu first, the gpu's aren't nearly as heat sensitive as cpu....
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Thanks Ira, that was the route I was thinking to. I am still waiting on parts to come including the second 8800GTX and I have not ordered the water block for that card either. I got the rad and res but still need fans and gromets that forgot to order the first go around.
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You'll get it going......Shrouds will help some on that rad to, if nothing else it will be more efficient by drawing air over more of the rad, the dust will have more area to pack up in......
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Well I finally go it up and running. I broke the rad mounts so I will have to order replacements, I guess no big deal. I still have some things I would like to do especially to the rad but it will have to wait. My temps are mid to upper 30's idle and mid to upper 50's load. let me know what you think.




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Hey its looking real good......Thanks for all the pic's...I'd move that rad out away from the wall a little bit so it will have a little breathing room...

I usually do 4 or 5 re-mounts on my CPU block with a new block...Then I'll work it back down to the lowest temp that I get..Mounts are a little weird, I can get a 2 or 3C diff from mount to mount, and thats doing them exactly the same each time...Those temp's seem a little high to me unless you have a high room ambient...Thats how you tell how well your cooling is from the room ambient to full load delta...Load it up with Prime 95 large FFT's for at least 15 minutes to measure load temp's, really an hour or so is better, but 15 minutes will give you a good idea...

I'll let some of the quad guys chime in about how good your temp's are, looks like I would remember them since I hear it so much, but if its something that I haven't done I just flat don't remember it....
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Thanks Ira, My temps seem to be getting better, I just played a game for 1 hour 15 mins and max was 48c on one core. My gpu's were at 43 and 44c running 650/950 which is the highest clock I have ever been able to obtain. The only down side to this is the fans are very loud.
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Hey nice temp's....Thats what I like to hear..Its burning in well...You can always put your fans on a controller and quiet them down a little when they aren't needed....
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