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careful with vtech ... that is a phone company. You need v1tech. Here is a link to their blank backplate page.
LOL yeah and they used to make crappy phones... not sure about nowadays.

I found that content creation page before but I had forgotten about it. So thanks for reminding me to send them a message!
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Heatkiller IV EKWB XE360 and an alphacool XT45 rad driven by a DDC Laing 3.25 pump, at 5.1 ghz I get a nice cool 38 deg.
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It's beautiful!
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Heatkiller IV EKWB XE360 and an alphacool XT45 rad driven by a DDC Laing 3.25 pump, at 5.1 ghz I get a nice cool 38 deg.

38c full load? prove it.
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38c full load? prove it.

Aye, though if it's water temp it makes sense!
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Aye, though if it's water temp it makes sense!

Seems a bit toasty for water temp imo.
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Seems a bit toasty for water temp imo.

That really depends on ambient temp and how fast the fast the fans are running. Anyway, the point was more that a 360 will never keep an overclocked processor at 38c when fully loaded.
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It's beautiful!
Thanks for sharing! Don't forget to also post pictures of the completed rig, please!

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Originally Posted by Freakydude View Post

Heatkiller IV EKWB XE360 and an alphacool XT45 rad driven by a DDC Laing 3.25 pump, at 5.1 ghz I get a nice cool 38 deg.
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38c full load? prove it.
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Seems a bit toasty for water temp imo.
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Originally Posted by Nameless101 View Post

That really depends on ambient temp and how fast the fast the fans are running. Anyway, the point was more that a 360 will never keep an overclocked processor at 38c when fully loaded.
I'm not exactly sure, either, but the way I get it, he's using an EK360 rad PLUS an alphacool xt45 (probably 360 too?). That would yield 6 fans just for the CPU. Although this could be considered slight overkill, It would explain those temps smile.gif But let's just stay friendly and wait for his explanation, shall we?
post #1149 of 1309

Hi,

 

Considering a Heatkiller block for 1080ti EVGA SC Black. EK states their Titan X block works just fine with SC Black Edition, but not SC 2. The list (http://gpu.watercool.de/WATERCOOL_HEATKILLER_GPU_Compatibility.pdf) did not mention black edition.

   
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True, didn't notice it's two rads. biggrin.gif Anyway, I was absolutely not trying to sound unfriendly, just voicing my doubts!
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