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I've seen quite a few people using them in their Prodigy builds -- I bet the Owner's Club could give you more practical details.

+1

Just curious tbh. I spent a little bit less in getting preowned stuff but I'm running a full loop.


Prodigy is a awesome looking little case. Might use for the wife's pc upgrade in the future.
Edited by wermad - 9/17/12 at 8:37pm
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Finally a Swiftech Apogee Drive! How's the performance? Wondering if can power through a few more blocks and rads.

It seems pretty good so far, its only about as noisy as a GT AP-15 (the 1850 RPM ones). Running at 80% speed w/ prime95 running on a i7-3770k @ 4.2 and 7970 @ 1200 MHz it keeps everything at 50C (Stock MCP35X pump). At full speed I could see it easily doing 2-3 GPU's + CPU + 240 rad + 360 rad
 
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It seems pretty good so far, its only about as noisy as a GT AP-15 (the 1850 RPM ones). Running at 80% speed w/ prime95 running on a i7-3770k @ 4.2 and 7970 @ 1200 MHz it keeps everything at 50C (Stock MCP35X pump). At full speed I could see it easily doing 2-3 GPU's + CPU + 240 rad + 360 rad



How do you have the PWM setup? You have it maxing out at 50% duty cycle right? Oye, re-read that. You have it at 80%, you should have it running at 50-55% at the upper temp. It gets 95% of the performance at 50% duty cycle so anything above that is just added noise.




Side note, I just finished re-route and plumbing in two Monsta rads hahaha. They are freaking huge. I'm too tired now, but I should get up and put some water in it. Spent 28 bucks at the hardware store just on fasteners lol.
Edited by tsm106 - 9/17/12 at 9:40pm
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a white pcb? drool.gif

honestly have not seen that before.
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a white pcb? drool.gif
honestly have not seen that before.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162106
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It seems pretty good so far, its only about as noisy as a GT AP-15 (the 1850 RPM ones). Running at 80% speed w/ prime95 running on a i7-3770k @ 4.2 and 7970 @ 1200 MHz it keeps everything at 50C (Stock MCP35X pump). At full speed I could see it easily doing 2-3 GPU's + CPU + 240 rad + 360 rad

nice! would have loved to get one but I went with a traditional setup. Might pickup a 3.25 down the road though.
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very cool, good lookin on the link btw
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How do you have the PWM setup? You have it maxing out at 50% duty cycle right? Oye, re-read that. You have it at 80%, you should have it running at 50-55% at the upper temp. It gets 95% of the performance at 50% duty cycle so anything above that is just added noise.
Side note, I just finished re-route and plumbing in two Monsta rads hahaha. They are freaking huge. I'm too tired now, but I should get up and put some water in it. Spent 28 bucks at the hardware store just on fasteners lol.

where u gonna put more rads ? :-D
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hmmsmiley02.gif Huddler is one seriously borked out POS I just went through 20 minutes of replies when suddenly the page "refreshed" on me. I didn't even f5 or click on anything. Just scrolled down to the next in line... mad.gif

To the question if MCP350 will work with with 2 graphics, CPU and two Rads...

I have DDC-1T(x2) it handles my Main, CPU, 360, Res and EK Dual DDCv2 with 1 pump running 24/7 the other pump is JiC pump. I run 5 45s' , T Fitting for Drain Tube and 8 ft of 1/2"ID PrimoChill LRT with a Fillport. MCP 350= DDC-1T. Mainboard @ Load is 33c, 1100T CPU is 40c and Ambient temp is 28(27.777)c. I'd say that MCP 350 can handle what you will ask of it. thumb.gif

werm... go to the top link in my sig and speak with bmaverick. He'll get you fixed up right for your DDC. Then for $35 you can get a XSPC DDC Res Top. Will fit nicely in most Mids. thumbsupsmiley.png

To bro with EK CPU block corrosion... weirdsmiley.gif

Apologies to everyone else if I fotgot you. It's never my intent to forget my OCN brethren. Someone needs to fix this POS Huddler system. typer.gif2cents.gif

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werm... go to the top link in my sig and speak with bmaverick. He'll get you fixed up right for your DDC. Then for $35 you can get a XSPC DDC Res
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Picked up a pump w/ koolance top-reservoir attachement and some tube bodies to go along with it. Just missing one tube o-ring and that's it. Got it at a good price with an older 3.2. Might just wait for a 3.25 priced nicely to show up on ebay.


I'll have a build log going once all parts arrive.

edit: just spec'd it new and I spent just half of that thumb.gif
Edited by wermad - 9/17/12 at 10:58pm
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