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Originally Posted by derickwm View Post

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How are temps on setups like this? I think they look pretty damn good but performance looks questionable.

It looks so good, have been planing on testing this setup for a long time but is missing a waterblock. But as you say, i would be worried about temps and that would be my biggest concern about using this setup. thumb.gif
post #31223 of 106427
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Don't hate, I love my res!

What coolant are you running?
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Hehe if it was mine I most definitely would have wink.gif just a picture I saw earlier on FB and had a question about it though, probably should have stated that in my post. Oh well.
What GPUs did you get? I've seen rumours of the 6900 series but I haven't seen any solid info on what you ended up with tongue.gif

Needed more vram, so I went with, ahem, four gtx 580 3gbs smile.gif
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Originally Posted by hammerforged View Post

Posted this the other day but heres a 7970 Matrix with a Uni. Swiftech block. With maxed voltage temps stayed below 43C. Worked really well. Was able to keep the smexy matrix backplate on as well.

Nice thumb.gif. Uni blocks (universal blocks) will work just as good as full cover blocks when it comes to the core. The downside is to find a way to cool the vram and vrm on the gpu. Heatsinks and some decent airflow should suffice. Or stick on a big fan for more cooling powah! tongue.gif
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Mine..
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I nice. I like to see multi uni blocks in action thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Michalius View Post

Nah. This thing runs really quiet and cool, so my main reason for water cooling on this would be aesthetics/fun. Universal blocks kind of kill that for me.

Kewl. Well, you can always mod the shroud to incorporate a uni block. i've seen it done w/ both universal blocks and closed loops. keep one of the fans on the cooler for the vram and vrm. Sort of a stealth water cooling look to it. Looks pretty good imho.
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Four 3GB 580's?! drool.gif

Damn 1155 sockets and tri-sli support. I should have waited for the X79 platfrom and gotten a quad setup... mad.gif
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Needed more vram, so I went with, ahem, four gtx 580 3gbs smile.gif

I approve of this.
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Hey Guys what fittings do i need to connect these to reservoirs to the top of the koolance pump top?
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And id also what your opinion on which reservoir you guys would look better in my build the black derlin aquacomputer rez or the bitspower one?
Its going where the current ek pump/rez combo in the pic!
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Never posted mine in here biggrin.gif. Here it is, while it lasts!!! I just finished it a couple weeks ago thumb.gif





Edited by Phelan - 11/8/12 at 6:24pm
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Needed more vram, so I went with, ahem, four gtx 580 3gbs smile.gif

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post #31229 of 106427
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Four 3GB 580's?! drool.gif
Damn 1155 sockets and tri-sli support. I should have waited for the X79 platfrom and gotten a quad setup... mad.gif

Z77 does support 4-way sli using the PLX PEX. I bought an EVGA Z77 FTW again since its the cheapest lga1155 4-way sli mb out there. I might return it to get a Gigabyte Sniper3 Z77 if the EVGA continues to be flaky. Asrock Extreme9 Z77, MVE Z77 support 4-way sli too. I did go to X79 just for the 4-way since the Z77 were late to the party this year, it was ok but the 3820 was decent on the Asrock X79. Keep the 2700k and get a z77 board. I got better clocks on z77 compared to my previous p67 mb (Asus ws p67).

edit: its a good time for 580 3gb. I knew as soon as the 7970 started kissing the $300 USD marker, 580 3gb would come down in price. I bought a new one for $300 (Zotac) and three EVGA for $250 each (~6-9 months old). Time out fit them with water.
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I approve of this.

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I also approve of this.

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Hopefully my SS will handle them thumb.gif
Edited by wermad - 11/5/12 at 1:45pm
post #31230 of 106427
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Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post

Hey Guys what fittings do i need to connect these to reservoirs to the top of the koolance pump top? *snip* (Click to show)
ex-res-321.jpg
34007-1.jpg
20120928_194450.jpg
cov-rp450_01.jpg
And id also what your opinion on which reservoir you guys would look better in my build the black derlin aquacomputer rez or the bitspower one?
Its going where the current ek pump/rez combo in the pic!


Sorry to double post, for some reason your pics disappeared so I didn't post.

Anyways, you can attach a koolance reservoir tube on the actual top. For the other res, you can use any rotary male to male fitting. You can use sli links but I wouldn't recommend them.
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