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HAve you guys discussed this block yet, only msi gd070 block out...
http://shop.anfi-tec.de/product_info...aterblock.html

Link from another thread in the watercooling section, this is a first to me. Looks good.
Yes. Mduclow found it after days and days of searching.... I think that it was him that spread it around. Anyway, wih the amount of shipping and cost, I couldn't reason with myself spending that much money at this point. I'm only running 1 GPU at the moment! If I had a couple or a few even I would consider it. It's sweet looking though!
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I'm sure that he just venting and is frustrated, looking for some light at the end of the tunnel if you will. Trolling is just throwing out Bad comments at people with no relevance to the thread or it's subject!
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I assure you im doing it right mate
Sorry for the remarks, I guess it's that I was in shock/disbelief to hear of someone getting worse overclocking results with the GD70. It's issues like these that make us question things we thought we had already understood..

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hey guys, I enjoy this thread alot even though I don't have the MSI board.
Yeah, I used to read this thread like crazy for months until I finally got my own GD70.
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Well my new corsair GT's are really impressive,did'nt take much to get to 1800mhz,just more voltage,stock timings 7-7-7-20,will be getting another set of GT's at the end of the month,but they will be the newest revision,with 6-6-6-20 timings.

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Yesterday I tested some overclocking on my new (not so new for some parts lol) box using the GD70 and I reached 3800 Mhz / NB at 2600Mhz with the default vcore/voltages.

Since I needed to finish cable management and the tests with the H50 fans, push/pull/single and so on I disassembled the computer today, replaced the default thermal interface material on the heatsink and added a Panaflo 120/38mm to the H50.

Here is my new machine:




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That is a sick wicked looking fan! NICE!
    
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Yeah Crisao23,

Thank for posting the pics!
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My NB temps are ****** high like atm just listening to music its on 85c, The heatsink is also veerryyyy hot to the touch, anyone got any ideas?
   
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Right guys, as posted right above this having major nb heat issues and went through the german sites buying process and sussed it all out, thinking of buying the nb cooler, 65£ inc shipping isnt bad, But what do you guys think about the sb? What can you reccomend me? Thanks guys.
   
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My NB temps are ****** high like atm just listening to music its on 85c, The heatsink is also veerryyyy hot to the touch, anyone got any ideas?
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Right guys, as posted right above this having major nb heat issues and went through the german sites buying process and sussed it all out, thinking of buying the nb cooler, 65£ inc shipping isnt bad, But what do you guys think about the sb? What can you reccomend me? Thanks guys.
We have all had this problem with NB temps,the cheapest and easiest way is to remove the complete heatsink arrangement,just 6 screws on the back of the mobo,remove the "gum"that is supposed to be TIM,and replace with a good quality TIM,ie AS5,MX-3,etc etc,and reseat the arrangement,this has proved very effective for most of us,dropped my temps by 25-30c.

MSI recomend a max temp of 80c on the NB,but you dont want to be at that temp for 24/7 use.
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We have all had this problem with NB temps,the cheapest and easiest way is to remove the complete heatsink arrangement,just 6 screws on the back of the mobo,remove the "gum"that is supposed to be TIM,and replace with a good quality TIM,ie AS5,MX-3,etc etc,and reseat the arrangement,this has proved very effective for most of us,dropped my temps by 25-30c.

MSI recomend a max temp of 80c on the NB,but you dont want to be at that temp for 24/7 use.
Thanks, will do, but i think i still wanna go down the w\\c route so i still need reccomendations for the sb waterblock.
   
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