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post #611 of 2032


received my grill today.
I don't like the look of that outlet on topvof the rad so I'm gonna use longer standoffs to move MoRa further away form the case so I can use fitting behind radiator. Tight fit, it literally is gonna touch gpu...
post #612 of 2032
glad to see a heatkiller group here. funny that i've missed it all this time till now lol.

I love heatkiller/watercool the most.

I had my four 7970s on their blocks. I miss em.

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Currently upgrading my loop for hard tubing, but Heatkiller 3.0 1366 here. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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glad to see a heatkiller group here. funny that i've missed it all this time till now lol.

I love heatkiller/watercool the most.

I had my four 7970s on their blocks. I miss em.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Thank you both for the pics, I love to see how the customers use and arrange our products!

Then, I have two other news for you guys:

1. New product branch announced
I don't know if you noticed, but I'm an eager fighter against silver kill coils. This led to a couple of discussions, both in this thread and in other support threads I run, about appropriate fluids, additives in the water, corrossion and how to keep your components healthy. We waived our older recommendation concerning additives earlier this year. So, we already were in the process of rethinking our position concerning coolants, distilled water and additives. But the way those discussions went in the last few weeks, we decided that in the future, WATERCOOL will offer our own brand of coolant! So, thank you all for your input and for your constructive criticism, it was heard and gave us the final push to start developing a completeley new branch of products. Obviously, I have not even a rough ETA, because we first need to define which abilities our coolant shall have, find chemists who can do the actual mixing for us, test and review the different prototypes and so on and so on, but I'll keep you updated!

2. GTX 1080 custom PCB layouts
We recieved a LOT of requests to support certain custom PCBs. We never did this before, but decided to give it a try with the GTX 1080/1070 generation. Obviously, we cannot support any and every custom PCB, so to find our first candidate, We would like to know your preferences. Please take part in this quick survey so we can cater for your actual needs. Your input is very much appreciated!
post #614 of 2032
Ouch, not much love for the msi gaming x compared to the EVGA ftw in that poll... Then again, knowing me I'd buy either of them when I upgrade to the 1080 line.
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post #615 of 2032
That poll may be skewed by the lack of any blocks for the EVGA FTW though, EK's is due mid Sept so it will affect the results. I still think it should go Asus Strix- MSI Gaming - Gigabyte G1 in that order.

Nice to hear about new coolants coming up. Please have it Glycerol based and not Ethylene/Propylene glycol based. The one thing really missing (for now) is an additive concentrate to add to distilled water and make a clear coolant with anti-microbial and anti-corrosive properties.
post #616 of 2032
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That poll may be skewed by the lack of any blocks for the EVGA FTW though, EK's is due mid Sept so it will affect the results. I still think it should go Asus Strix- MSI Gaming - Gigabyte G1 in that order.

Nice to hear about new coolants coming up. Please have it Glycerol based and not Ethylene/Propylene glycol based. The one thing really missing (for now) is an additive concentrate to add to distilled water and make a clear coolant with anti-microbial and anti-corrosive properties.

I'll second the additive that keeps a coolant clear, but provide the benefits additives give. There's just something about clear water loops, especially when done well!
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post #618 of 2032
update:
I've made a platform for my D5s yesterday, added 2mm silicone sheet on it for decoupling, shame these D5 tops don't offer any built-in decoupling solution(i must say I LOVE how they made it in EK D5 revo top-the pump stays silent even @ 100%).
Anyway, they seem quite happy together down there:

post #619 of 2032
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Thank you both for the pics, I love to see how the customers use and arrange our products!

Then, I have two other news for you guys:

1. New product branch announced
I don't know if you noticed, but I'm an eager fighter against silver kill coils. This led to a couple of discussions, both in this thread and in other support threads I run, about appropriate fluids, additives in the water, corrossion and how to keep your components healthy. We waived our older recommendation concerning additives earlier this year. So, we already were in the process of rethinking our position concerning coolants, distilled water and additives. But the way those discussions went in the last few weeks, we decided that in the future, WATERCOOL will offer our own brand of coolant! So, thank you all for your input and for your constructive criticism, it was heard and gave us the final push to start developing a completeley new branch of products. Obviously, I have not even a rough ETA, because we first need to define which abilities our coolant shall have, find chemists who can do the actual mixing for us, test and review the different prototypes and so on and so on, but I'll keep you updated!

2. GTX 1080 custom PCB layouts
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Jakob,

This is all great news. In my opinion - I would personally run all of your products in our systems we sell at Xidax, which I am manager of the watercooling department. If my purchasing director permits an email or two, I would like to get with you or whoever - in respect - at Watercool and see what we can do in terms of bulk pricing. So hearing about progress is always a great thing for a company.


On the subject of custom 1080 PCB layouts....

I am all for this. Everyday we have customers call in, requesting AIB cards from various manufacturers because for some, reference cards just aren't what they are looking for. And I cannot blame them. I run a Zotac Amp Extreme 1070 in my personal system, and if there was a waterblock available for it, I'd be wanting to put those cards in every system I build for our customers.

I appreciate the fact that you guys are trying the custom PCBs out with this Pascal generation. I do understand it would be a tedious task, however I believe it'll be worth it in the end.
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Is it some custom top for Heatkiller 4?

I wonder how much alternative tops exist for it, this Darkside and Hardwareluxx plexi I saw in original webstore

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