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he only problem is I used an extra 1-2 feet of tubing to do this. I'm wondering if I should just do: Res > Pump > GTX240 > CPU > GPU > GTX240 > Res
Looks fine to me Puff since it keep your tubing a little shorter...Your just not going to pick up enough heat from the CPU to hurt your GPU anyway, they aren't as heat sensitive as a CPU is...

Are you going to get his silver or black HS? I really like the looks of them, I was trying to talk him into polishing them out when he first started making them, after I saw the silver satin finish I think it looks better then the polished ones would...That will keep the ram heat out of your loop to, it all adds up since your wanting max clocks..
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Looks fine to me Puff since it keep your tubing a little shorter...Your just not going to pick up enough heat from the CPU to hurt your GPU anyway, they aren't as heat sensitive as a CPU is...

Are you going to get his silver or black HS? I really like the looks of them, I was trying to talk him into polishing them out when he first started making them, after I saw the silver satin finish I think it looks better then the polished ones would...That will keep the ram heat out of your loop to, it all adds up since your wanting max clocks..
I went with the black ones, it was a tough decision though because I think they both look great. I figure the less restriction of the MCW-60 and less heat from the RAM and voltage regulators will help my temps some.
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Oh Yeah, They are both sharp looking, either looks great, not a bad $$$ on them either..iandh is a wizz on the CNC, he makes some really nice stuff..
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Oh Yeah, They are both sharp looking, either looks great, not a bad $$$ on them either..iandh is a wizz on the CNC, he makes some really nice stuff..
Yea I mean $90 total for the heatsinks and block which should net me better overall results than the $110 full cover block.
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Oh I know it...The Swifty 60 has to be the best GPU core block going, they are fast to bring out new mounts for new cards to, so with one of them your pretty well set till it wears out, which should take a good long while..
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