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post #11151 of 105844
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post
water works!.... I would have done it with half the tubing and without the huge loop on the GPUs, recommend getting a bridge.

Good work for the most part
They're universal GPU blocks, I don't think I can do a normal bridge. I do plan on fixing it once i measure the spacing and find the right pieces.
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post #11152 of 105844
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They're universal GPU blocks, I don't think I can do a normal bridge. I do plan on fixing it once i measure the spacing and find the right pieces.
I wouldn't get to upset over it, it looks ok. But to fix with sli fitting is not hard or expensive if you use 4 bitspower single rotary 90° fitting and your choice of sli tubes koolance is very good adjustable sli tubes. There are other ways but that is about the cheapest
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I wouldn't get to upset over it, it looks ok. But to fix with sli fitting is not hard or expensive if you use 4 bitspower single rotary 90° fitting and your choice of sli tubes koolance is very good adjustable sli tubes. There are other ways but that is about the cheapest
+1 on BP 90 rotaries, you can add BP Crystal links to it and you're all set.
Each set has 3 tubes with different length so it's easy to fit in non-standard setup.
    
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Is it true that watercooling (ergo lower temps) means that you should be able to get the same overclock at less volts?

yes, it can be. not always, but it does happen.
post #11155 of 105844
How much (net total) have you spent on your current rig water cooling system?

I'm about to drop $700 which I think is way too much...
post #11156 of 105844
Alright, my first computer build and I went with a WC solution.


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nice and way to use spoiler tags makes it easy to load pages. Kevin i think everyone posting pics should have to do that +rep for nice posting
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How much (net total) have you spent on your current rig water cooling system?

I'm about to drop $700 which I think is way too much...
It may sound like a lot but I think that the longevity of a water cooling system (with proper maintenance) is way better than that of an air cooler. This helps in "justifying" the investment when compared to time.

But yes, the initial investment, if all is done right, can and will be high.
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well lets see....
ive got 5 pumps about 200 bucks spent there
pump top about 50
360 rad and 240 rad about 200 there
fans... untold
cpu blocks 120 bucks worth
gpu blocks about 400 worth
chipset asbout 200 worth
res about 100 worth
so yea alot but ihave two systems and a boat load of good memories
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well lets see....
ive got 5 pumps about 200 bucks spent there
pump top about 50
360 rad and 240 rad about 200 there
fans... untold
cpu blocks 120 bucks worth
gpu blocks about 400 worth
chipset asbout 200 worth
res about 100 worth
so yea alot but ihave two systems and a boat load of good memories
5 pumps !?
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