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Hey guys will a stock intel cpu cooler from devil's canyon i7 4790k LGA1150 work on a new i7 7770k (z270) LGA1151 socket?

Lol before you all reach through my phone and slap some sense into me I'm just thinkin it might be wise to make sure everything powers up before put in my gpu & cut new tubing and fill her all up. I'm upgrading from z97 to z270 and changing some colors, tubing, wiring etc.

To my knowledge the form factor hasn't changed on cooler mounts for the entire 115X line - you could use a cooler from a sandy bridge even. Most cooler/block manufacturers use the same retention system for all 3 sockets.
post #104322 of 104943
Yeah I won't be drilling my new Formula,that was funny though. Did Jayz2cents really do that lol. Gonna have to hunt that video down now.
Thanks guys
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Yes. And destroyed the board ...then proceeded to post the video....
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Omg I hope that was like 10 years ago. He calls himself a professional installer I just that wasn't recent, too funny.
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Omg I hope that was like 10 years ago. He calls himself a professional installer I just that wasn't recent, too funny.

If I remember correctly it was only a couple of years ago - think it was an x99 board too. rolleyes.gif
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And a little more white S3 goodness . . . .:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

OK ... I don't understand the path from the res to the pumps. Are you just fitting things in place here without connecting them yet?



Just getting things basically planned out . . .

I'll be making a base similar to this one for my S5, to work with the slightly different placements, smaller size, and GPU encroachment in the S3:

post #104327 of 104943
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Omg I hope that was like 10 years ago. He calls himself a professional installer I just that wasn't recent, too funny.

Wasn't that long ago, maybe a year or two? Look for his EK Predator review as that's where he did it if I remember correctly.
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just a idea.... why do you color you fluid? ok for the look.. but all in all it is just dirt in the water or not? dirt that could clog everything.

yeah from time to time it looks good, for a build that stand in a showroom. but in an everyday-gaming-pc? dont know
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My Custom Loop with Metal hard-line from Bitspower biggrin.gif:thumb:

EK-Supermarcy Evo Plexi Nickel Cpu Block

Ek Evo D5 top PWM G2 included Pump

Bitspower Tank Z ver 2 Reservoir

360 PE EK Radiator

Bitspower Metal Brass Hard Silver shining 12mm Tubing

All Fittings is from Barrow










post #104330 of 104943
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just a idea.... why do you color you fluid? ok for the look.. but all in all it is just dirt in the water or not? dirt that could clog everything.

yeah from time to time it looks good, for a build that stand in a showroom. but in an everyday-gaming-pc? dont know

It's quite a bit more (or less depending on how you look at it) than dirt. Sure some of the more exotic fluids/dyes will indeed cause sediment collection - notably those with pearl effects like aurora - but they are also not intended for long term use.

On the other hand I've run pastel coolant in a couple of my builds for over 4 years so far with no problems. When I did a tear-down around the 2 year mark there was actually way more gunk from the one radiator I obviously didn't flush well enough redface.gif than there was from the pastel.

My new build is running clear - but it's fluid not just water (Mayhems X1 in my case) - so even that has 'stuff in the water' - though it's just corrosion inhibitors, etc. Dyes might stain your tubes or blocks eventually but they're not sedimentary dyes - more like slighly oily if anything. But it only takes a few drops to dye a loop (depending) so the concentrations are very small.

If you didn't tear everything apart before assembly, and flush your radiators religiously... there's almost guaranteed to be more stuff in your loop from them than there is if you added 10 drops of dye to the loop.

EDIT: And if you use tubing with plasticizer it can be 100 times worse - although I've never had big problems with it... many others have.
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 4/24/17 at 7:49am
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