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Universal GPU water blocks are safe but you will still need some kind of heatsinks on your memory and vrm if your not using a full cover block that cools those components.
     
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post #26982 of 106435
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Originally Posted by DevilsNight View Post

Universal GPU water blocks are safe but you will still need some kind of heatsinks on your memory and vrm if your not using a full cover block that cools those components.

Hmmm... This is what the PCB looks like.



So I have to put tiny heatsinks on those 7 memory chips around the GPU? Do I put thermal paste between the chip and the mini-heatsinks?

Is that long black thing running across the PCB a heatsink for the VRM? Should I leave that as it is?

Is there any other area I should put heatsinks on?

Thanks guys smile.gif
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I'm sorry but I'm not liking that look at all. I mean what's the point? Also the CPU to RAM connection is just stupid, now you can't access your top PCIE slot.
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I am not following this at all. You have a massive dual rad loop that is all hooked together with fittings, you only cool the RAM, Mobo, and CPU which would not require a single 360 much less two. You don't bother with the GPU and running a 295.
IMO I would have saved the money on fittings and gotten a bigger case that could house those rads. I guess it is an interesting experiment but it looks rather frankin-case to me.
I completely agree. I don't like the look of that at all. So much money spent on fittings and adapters. And how often is he switching out components that he needs everything to have QDC's? Plus, when you unhook the QDC's how do you actually take them out? It looks like the snake rotaries would prevent you from being able to disconnect everything to take them out since they're solid and not flexible like using tube would be. But if he likes it and is happy with it that's his prerogative. I agree with RatDog, I would have put the gtx295 under water before worrying about all those QDC's and snake rotaries. Just my $.02
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post #26985 of 106435
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Hope they will make a 140mm AX RAD biggrin.gif

http://www.xs-pc.com/products/radiators/ax-120mm-series-radiators/


Has anyone reviewed these yet? I'm looking to purchase new radiators soon.
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I do. I have QDC's on the external radiator stand and QDC's on the computer case.
This will allow me to disconnect any of the 3 major components and service them without having to drain the other 2 (computer, interconnecting tubes, cooler).

oh wow. what kind and where did you get them? i plan on hooking this up . . .

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/9914/ex-rad-170/Koolance_HXP-135_Plate_Heat_Exchanger_no_nozzles.html

in my loop someday. of course, externally.
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The most simple solution is go buy some acrylic nail polish, and use the little itty bitty brush to fill in the engraving. Then wipe away excess with nail polish remover.
Probably significantly cheaper than finding a syringe, or buying a fine tip paint pen(which are hard to find).

Another good idea, but fluorescent blue/green or silver coloured nail polish? Does it exist?
Sorry for the question but, im not exactly up to date on my nail polishes biggrin.gif
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Fully Modular All-Fitting Watercooling



Not mine, just say it on XS

The restriction on those rigs must be a b*tch
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oh wow. what kind and where did you get them? i plan on hooking this up . . .
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/9914/ex-rad-170/Koolance_HXP-135_Plate_Heat_Exchanger_no_nozzles.html
in my loop someday. of course, externally.

They are both Koolance QDC's.

The first pair I got when I ordered my external radiator and pump case from Danger Den.

The second set I ordered from were slightly different, I went with one side being G1/4" threaded so I could use what ever fitting I wanted (Bitspower is my fitting of choice) for the inside of my case.

I got 2 each of:

Koolance QDC (High Flow) No-Spill Shutoff, Male Panel, Female Threaded

Koolance QDC (High Flow) No-Spill Shutoff, Female Barb [For ID: 13mm, 1/2"]

I also ended up taking 4 large metal washers (about 2" in diameter), drilling out the center hole to match the size of the QDC's, painting them black, and mounted them in the same holes that my case (and ABS Cayon) has for passing cables/hoses through. This let me keep the case relatively unmodified, yet have a nice firm mounting point for the QDC's.



Here is what it currently looks like (Next week, I plan on tearing my entire loop down and replace the tubing from Primochill to Durelene):

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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

They are both Koolance QDC's.
The first pair I got when I ordered my external radiator and pump case from Danger Den.
The second set I ordered from were slightly different, I went with one side being G1/4" threaded so I could use what ever fitting I wanted (Bitspower is my fitting of choice) for the inside of my case.
I got 2 each of:
Koolance QDC (High Flow) No-Spill Shutoff, Male Panel, Female Threaded
Koolance QDC (High Flow) No-Spill Shutoff, Female Barb [For ID: 13mm, 1/2"]
I also ended up taking 4 large metal washers (about 2" in diameter), drilling out the center hole to match the size of the QDC's, painting them black, and mounted them in the same holes that my case (and ABS Cayon) has for passing cables/hoses through. This let me keep the case relatively unmodified, yet have a nice firm mounting point for the QDC's.

Here is what it currently looks like (Next week, I plan on tearing my entire loop down and replace the tubing from Primochill to Durelene):

thanks! you are not such a knucklehead afterall. i'll check out your gallery later. i want to see the rest of your loop. looks like you've been doing this for awhile. beautiful, man.
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