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post #31231 of 106449
On the subject of Matrix 7970's, . . . . .

One in, . . . . . Two to go . . . .

Just had to check the fit and see how it compared to the old 6970 that went back to its home in the white phantom rig.

And yes, I have a plan to WC the 3 of them, so they all 3 fit in with the Revo drive in the 4th slot.

At the risk of making the parts I need for my water cooling plan go instantly out of stock everywhere, here's how I plan to cool them:

Going to use EK VGA Supreme HF blocks, the bridge and link model but no bridge, because the card is 1" too tall.

In place of the bridge, I'll use two Bitspower triple rotary, male to male 90's, rotated to work as offsets, as offset/extenders from the block with "T"'s on them for each card, with the crystal link bits to tie them all together creating a parallel configuration.

I'll probably have to create custom length crystal links, which shouldn't be a problem.

As it turns out, the EK 2 slot I/O bracket for the Asus DCII 7970's also fits the Matrix. I have 1, so I tried it, so the 2 slot mounting requirement is taken care of.

It's not a cheap solution, but it's the only way to get tri / quad fire Matrixes.


http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12720/ex-tub-814/Bitspower_G_14_Matte_Black_90_Degree_Triple_Rotary_Fitting_Adapter_Male_to_Male_BP-MB90R3G.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10382/ex-tub-622/Bitspower_G14_Matte_Black_T_Adapter_BP-MBTMB.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10743/ex-tub-668/Bitspower_SLI_Crossfire_Multi-Link_Adapter_Pair_-_Matte_Black_BP-MBWP-C47.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10744/ex-tub-669/Bitspower_SLI_Crossfire_Crystal_Link_Tube_Set_-_2_Slot_Spacing_BP-CLTAC-S2.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16063/ex-blc-1111/EK_HD_7970_DCII_VGA_IO_Bracket_EK-FC7970_DCII_IO_bracket.html



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post #31232 of 106449
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

On the subject of Matrix 7970's, . . . . .
One in, . . . . . Two to go . . . .
Just had to check the fit and see how it compared to the old 6970 that went back to its home in the white phantom rig.
And yes, I have a plan to WC the 3 of them, so they all 3 fit in with the Revo drive in the 4th slot.
At the risk of making the parts I need for my water cooling plan go instantly out of stock everywhere, here's how I plan to cool them:
Going to use EK VGA Supreme HF blocks, the bridge and link model but no bridge, because the card is 1" too tall.
In place of the bridge, I'll use two Bitspower triple rotary, male to male 90's, rotated to work as offsets, as offset/extenders from the block with "T"'s on them for each card, with the crystal link bits to tie them all together creating a parallel configuration.
I'll probably have to create custom length crystal links, which shouldn't be a problem.
As it turns out, the EK 2 slot I/O bracket for the Asus DCII 7970's also fits the Matrix. I have 1, so I tried it, so the 2 slot mounting requirement is taken care of.
It's not a cheap solution, but it's the only way to get tri / quad fire Matrixes.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12720/ex-tub-814/Bitspower_G_14_Matte_Black_90_Degree_Triple_Rotary_Fitting_Adapter_Male_to_Male_BP-MB90R3G.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10382/ex-tub-622/Bitspower_G14_Matte_Black_T_Adapter_BP-MBTMB.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10743/ex-tub-668/Bitspower_SLI_Crossfire_Multi-Link_Adapter_Pair_-_Matte_Black_BP-MBWP-C47.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10744/ex-tub-669/Bitspower_SLI_Crossfire_Crystal_Link_Tube_Set_-_2_Slot_Spacing_BP-CLTAC-S2.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16063/ex-blc-1111/EK_HD_7970_DCII_VGA_IO_Bracket_EK-FC7970_DCII_IO_bracket.html
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Have you looked at the Watercool block with the vrm section connected? Would ideal in this instance,you would only have to take care of the VRAM then and thats easily done with 3rd party heatsinks.

EDIT: nvm,they dont offset enough...

Can you give a measurement from the first mount hole to the edge of the board please?
Edited by B NEGATIVE - 11/5/12 at 2:35pm
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post #31233 of 106449
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

On the subject of Matrix 7970's, . . . . .
One in, . . . . . Two to go . . . .
Just had to check the fit and see how it compared to the old 6970 that went back to its home in the white phantom rig.
And yes, I have a plan to WC the 3 of them, so they all 3 fit in with the Revo drive in the 4th slot.
At the risk of making the parts I need for my water cooling plan go instantly out of stock everywhere, here's how I plan to cool them:
Going to use EK VGA Supreme HF blocks, the bridge and link model but no bridge, because the card is 1" too tall.
In place of the bridge, I'll use two Bitspower triple rotary, male to male 90's, rotated to work as offsets, as offset/extenders from the block with "T"'s on them for each card, with the crystal link bits to tie them all together creating a parallel configuration.
I'll probably have to create custom length crystal links, which shouldn't be a problem.
As it turns out, the EK 2 slot I/O bracket for the Asus DCII 7970's also fits the Matrix. I have 1, so I tried it, so the 2 slot mounting requirement is taken care of.
It's not a cheap solution, but it's the only way to get tri / quad fire Matrixes.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12720/ex-tub-814/Bitspower_G_14_Matte_Black_90_Degree_Triple_Rotary_Fitting_Adapter_Male_to_Male_BP-MB90R3G.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10382/ex-tub-622/Bitspower_G14_Matte_Black_T_Adapter_BP-MBTMB.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10743/ex-tub-668/Bitspower_SLI_Crossfire_Multi-Link_Adapter_Pair_-_Matte_Black_BP-MBWP-C47.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10744/ex-tub-669/Bitspower_SLI_Crossfire_Crystal_Link_Tube_Set_-_2_Slot_Spacing_BP-CLTAC-S2.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16063/ex-blc-1111/EK_HD_7970_DCII_VGA_IO_Bracket_EK-FC7970_DCII_IO_bracket.html
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triple Matrix' drool.gif (or Matracies, ???, confused.gif)
post #31234 of 106449
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

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.

perfect found what im looking for, is there any problems i should know about with the aquacomputer rez? because i there that's the one im going to go for!


dumb question, does the rez always has to be on the inlet side of the pump ?
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perfect found what im looking for, is there any problems i should know about with the aquacomputer rez? because i there that's the one im going to go for!
dumb question, does the rez always has to be on the inlet side of the pump ?

Yes.
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perfect found what im looking for, is there any problems i should know about with the aquacomputer rez? because i there that's the one im going to go for!
dumb question, does the rez always has to be on the inlet side of the pump ?

Never heard of any issues, go for it thumb.gif. Its recommend to have a good supply of liquid to the pump, so ideally you want the res connected to the inlet of the pump. Your pump top comes with a bracket that will have the inlet pointing up. Then just connect your res above that. Make sure the res is secured as well.
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Is this the inlet or outlet, im confused
cov-rp450_01cc.jpg
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Is this the inlet or outlet, im confused
cov-rp450_01cc.jpg

Inlet
post #31239 of 106449
I would guess inlet (too) since it's labeled reservoir
post #31240 of 106449
Indeed, it is the inlet.
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