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post #24041 of 107789
Ok, thanks guys. Will have a look at the PCB when I get the card.
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post #24042 of 107789
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Anyone see that XSPC now has the EX series rads in 140mm?? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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EX420
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EX560
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Yes,they have been out for a while,I got a 420 for my testbench and I'll probably get one more smile.gif
post #24043 of 107789
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Keep in mind that the Reviews are for household water treatment and you're gonna be using it for something entirely different. Also there isn't a filter in existence that does well with warm to hot water and we don't know if it's user error that leads to the bad reviews. wink.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

They make filters that support up to 180 degrees. Been in commercial construction and maintenance for 30 years and have used them many times in the installation of commercial washer. Try any of the big suppliers, Grainger, Sexauer and even local supply houses.

Theyre more restictive than normal filters but last forever
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post #24044 of 107789
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Anyone see that XSPC now has the EX series rads in 140mm??
EX140 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
496
EX280
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EX420
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EX560
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Yeah, I've seen them out for some time. The only gripe is getting some decent fans. I had thought about going with 140s but its definitely more expensive and fan performance is not quite there (for the budget ones) unless you drop some serious cash for the good ones.

Alphacool does make a UT60 series 140mm rads:

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post #24045 of 107789
**Question guys. Is there a ASUS 7950 DCII waterblock?**

Why would you want to get rid of the DCII?

If you want water on it, mod a Universal block underneath the shroud, watercooling and the added benefit of the 2x100mm fans as well,
IMAG0543.jpg

I'll post some pics of my own rig and the cards, (Two 6950 2Gb's I modded) when I get in in the morning
Moto
Edited by Motopsychojdn - 7/10/12 at 12:27pm
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post #24046 of 107789
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**Question guys. Is there a ASUS 7950 DCII waterblock?**
Why would you want to get rid of the DCII?
If you want water on it, mod a Universal block underneath the shroud, watercooling and the added benifit of the 2x100mm fans as well,
I'll post some pics of my rig and the cards 6950 2Gb's I modded when I get in in the morning
Moto

http://coolingconfigurator.com/
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I'm unsure as to why you linked the configurator Mad?
Moto
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post #24048 of 107789
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**Question guys. Is there a ASUS 7950 DCII waterblock?**
Why would you want to get rid of the DCII?
If you want water on it, mod a Universal block underneath the shroud, watercooling and the added benefit of the 2x100mm fans as well,
I'll post some pics of my own rig and the cards, (Two 6950 2Gb's I modded) when I get in in the morning
Moto

a lot of people want watercooling not only for the temperature advantages but also for the sound , not to mention a watercooled system looks better fully watercooled than it does with half and half , of course to each their own and it obviously comes down to budget for some people , but I changed out my cards and bought new ones just because they didnt make full cover blocks for my cards , its a preference thing I guess.. ive seen your mod don though and its cool , a better variation of ''the mod''
    
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I'm unsure as to why you linked the configurator Mad?
Moto

I was thinking the same thing. I think he read your post to fast. biggrin.gif
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Theres no real noise from the fans as you can turn them right down as you desire in Ccc,
but I agree on the each to their own part, I don't like the looks of bare uni's, and I'm not a fan of fullcover blocks (Price irrelevant) so I had to find my own solution smile.gif
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