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post #30621 of 106459
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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

What block???

evga hydrocopper block.

Ugh so pissed, so after my rig sitting for 3weeks, i finally get the thermal pads i been waiting on, throw my 690 back in my rig, turn it on and right away notice the water in my rez is all merky from the plastizer , which isnt what got me mad, from the tube sitting on my rv03 window it has left a residue i cant get off, i tried water, glass cleaner, etc and doesnt seem to even remove a little bit mad.gif
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post #30622 of 106459
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Yes.

I have that pump res combo, and I know you are bending pipe so it is more involved, but I found that by adding a tube res it made it a billion times easier to fill and bleed the loop.

Simply remove one of the caps on the tube res so air in the loop has someplace to get out easily and it fills SOOOOO much quicker. Almost tooo fast as I did have water rise up out of the tube res exclamation.gif almost a disaster tongue.gif

I also put a drain line on the tube res as well.

Just food for thought as it would be easier, at least I think, then removing a fitting, and I know you would use your magic to make it look amazing.
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post #30623 of 106459
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I always forget about them. from what i have seen on many builds they are kick-ass (its okay to say ass if i talk about donkeys, so *donkey sound*)
any (flashing) linky?

I thought about that (his work is really awesome) but the heatkiller block for the 690 is seriously heavy and wanted to make sure that I get the plate that could support the weight. Good thing my build is a reverse ATX in switch 810 so the block gets more attention.
post #30624 of 106459
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What full cover GPU block would you recommend for the GTX 670 Gigabyte Windforce 3X edition? I have seen that some blocks were obstructing the 6 pin power connector.


I went with these...



Watercool pr0n,nothing finer. thumb.gif
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post #30625 of 106459
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

I went with these...

Watercool pr0n,nothing finer. thumb.gif

Why no bridge?
post #30626 of 106459
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

I went with these...

Watercool pr0n,nothing finer. thumb.gif

Agreed
post #30627 of 106459
Those Heatkiller blocks are the nicest looking around. Can't want to do a themed build to fit them in. The watercool/heatkiller rads to go along with them would look too awesome.
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post #30628 of 106459
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I thought about that (his work is really awesome) but the heatkiller block for the 690 is seriously heavy and wanted to make sure that I get the plate that could support the weight. Good thing my build is a reverse ATX in switch 810 so the block gets more attention.

i never doubted the full cover's backplate. i was talking about bp for universal blocks and for GPUs in general.
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post #30629 of 106459
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Originally Posted by RKTGX95 View Post

i never doubted the full cover's backplate. i was talking about bp for universal blocks and for GPUs in general.

Agreed no doubt.
post #30630 of 106459
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Sadly, my sponsorship didnt stretch to GPU blocks,im open to offers but im not chasing anymore sponsors
Bending guide in my sig Fonne.
I did paint the 360 in the end,a nice satin black and it does look better for it i think.

Thanks, is reading it smile.gif - The picture posted here, is that 10mm stainless, or nickel plated cobber ?

- Is trying to find the bender that you use here in EU at a decent price, no luck yet ...

http://www.ebay.de/sch/i.html?_nkw=Rothenberger&_sacat=0&_odkw=Rothenberger+tube&_osacat=0&_from=R40
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