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It really depends on how OCD you are about temps. I'm very lol A 360 will handle the load better but again if you go for all three blocks you might not be getting the numbers you are hoping for. Also remember that a 360 on top takes modding the case ALOT. You'll have to cut the top metal and plastic to make it fit and you will lose the top drive bay.

top drive bay is no real loss. i modded it to hold a monitor in a custom dual 5.25 bay. the bay has no time or bottom, just sides.
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Here is a little preview of my new build, still need to come up with a name.
Getting a Devil13 7990 shipped in next week so this will finish this puppy off.
Any suggestions are more than welcome.
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Has any tried these ? -

XSPC Universal RAM Spreaders

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16822/ex-blc-1201/XSPC_Universal_RAM_Spreaders_for_Memory_Copper_Waterblock_Twin_Pack.html?tl=g30c225

(Just me, or are the memory block from EK ? - Together with a XSPC product, wierd)

- Is thinking about getting them to put on my TridentX, but would love to hear what people think about them - Quality etc ...
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Has any tried these ? -
XSPC Universal RAM Spreaders
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16822/ex-blc-1201/XSPC_Universal_RAM_Spreaders_for_Memory_Copper_Waterblock_Twin_Pack.html?tl=g30c225
(Just me, or are the memory block from EK ? - Together with a XSPC product, wierd)
- Is thinking about getting them to put on my TridentX, but would love to hear what people think about them - Quality etc ...
They're used to make any memory stick compatible with dominator water blocks, be it an XSPC water block, an EK water block, or another brand. I haven't personally used them but they look good (IMO).

[off topic] We could use some more people in this month's foldathon. Prizes are to be won as well. [/off topic]
Edited by superericla - 11/18/12 at 10:55am
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Pff I just went through a good bunch of unread posts, here's the QuoteMONSTER
I still have around 5 pages to go x,..,x
Long posts and photobombs has been cut down to reduce load.


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Finally Replaced my cracked rez, here are some crappy pics of it. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Shiiiii- How'd you manage that?
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Ok, because I'm bored tongue.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Edit...wow that looks nothing like it did in CS6 before saving kookoo.gif
Very Nice! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post

not sure where you from but the $.90 a gallon off the shelf can't be beat.
I have access to distilled water very easily here, my loop probably will be using that, whenever I get time/money to throw at it.
I really need a primer on water-cooling liquids.

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Originally Posted by bundymania View Post

...got something from New York City in the mail today................................thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Since I can't stop listening to Infected Mushrooms lately, all I can think about is: Army of mushrooms!

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Originally Posted by MrYakuZa View Post

I think I've seen them in Bitspower page and come in different colors.
Radiator Grill 240 custom. You will see two holes for the gripper arms of the reservoir! xD
BACKPLATES! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Man I love some honeycomb/hexagon wubsmiley.gif

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Originally Posted by scogoth View Post

This is my first water cooled build and I just finished everything yesterday with the interior lighting.

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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

AND....here are some more pics I have taken recently, with a spoiler tag for all but one so that it isn't going to go crazy with bandwidth:
Nice shot!


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Down the home stretch smile.gif
Plexi? Either way; ballin' thumb.gif

EDIT: I will edit/post later about something, I just want to catch up on the pr0n biggrin.gif
Edited by Tarnix - 11/18/12 at 12:51pm
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I want to get a Ram Block that covers two Doms in a three channel spread. Anyone know of any block that does that or am I stuck having to get a 4 channel block? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

4 channel unless you can put the RAM side by side.

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/ram-blocks/ek-ram-dominator-x2-acetal-nickel.html

Yeah I could run my RAM side by side but then it's not optimal for operational speed. Not to mention not very good for keeping clocks stable. But thank you for confirming my suspicions. It is much appreciated. I guess I've got to just bite the bullet an get a 4 channel block. It will have my OCD workin overtime but some things can't be helped. mellowsmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

I want to get a Ram Block that covers two Doms in a three channel spread. Anyone know of any block that does that or am I stuck having to get a 4 channel block? mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

there's the koolance method for that - I think they've got per-stick cooling or something.

Yeah um no. I'm not spending good money on Dominators and then removing the heat spreaders to water cool my sticks. That was why I went back to Doms. I don't know why nobody makes a 3 stick block considering they make 6 stick blocks. People like me won't be running 4 sticks so there will be a ledge there with a 4 stick block. That's gonna play hell on my OCD enough as it is. Removing the heatspreaders would make things worse. I can lapp a CPU and eat the warranty. Pulling the heat spreaders off my RAM when it has a Lifetime Warranty, not so much. Some things just aren't worth that much hassle. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by BiaBia View Post

It really depends on how OCD you are about temps. I'm very lol A 360 will handle the load better but again if you go for all three blocks you might not be getting the numbers you are hoping for. Also remember that a 360 on top takes modding the case ALOT. You'll have to cut the top metal and plastic to make it fit and you will lose the top drive bay. edit: (ok won't lose, but you won't be able to use it for anything that has length on it ie DVD drive or bay res)

What I would do if I was you is think about your ideal setup, then buy just enough to get you started. Last think you want to do is buy a 240 red if you'd rather have a 360 at some point because then you'd just have to sell the 240 and you'd lose money. Start with just the CPU and add GPUs and rads as funds become available. This way you're not buying things twice.

Depends on the depth of the Case correlated to the length of the Radiator. I have a 360 in mine and have plenty of room for a Bay Res. I can't put anything with substantial length into the top 2 slots but I can go with a shallow 5.25 device as well as shallow Bay Res like Frozen Q, Aquacomputer, BP or some other Res. The Pump Res setups are mostly out though cause they'll be running into the fittings and would block access to the fillpoint of my case. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by BiaBia View Post

It really depends on how OCD you are about temps. I'm very lol A 360 will handle the load better but again if you go for all three blocks you might not be getting the numbers you are hoping for. Also remember that a 360 on top takes modding the case ALOT. You'll have to cut the top metal and plastic to make it fit and you will lose the top drive bay.

top drive bay is no real loss. i modded it to hold a monitor in a custom dual 5.25 bay. the bay has no time or bottom, just sides.

Ahhh then I would suggest to go with a 360. Just measure out the length of whichever 360 you get. I have GT Stealth 360 an have plenty of room for my Bay Res Fillport. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Fonne View Post

Has any tried these ? -

XSPC Universal RAM Spreaders

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16822/ex-blc-1201/XSPC_Universal_RAM_Spreaders_for_Memory_Copper_Waterblock_Twin_Pack.html?tl=g30c225

(Just me, or are the memory block from EK ? - Together with a XSPC product, wierd)

- Is thinking about getting them to put on my TridentX, but would love to hear what people think about them - Quality etc ...

Looks like EK finally started doing something about their CSQ crop circles. That's a new EK top. Now if only I can get one for a 4 channel cooler. thumb.gif

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ARG! I finally read them. *dead*
Okay, so there's the question/rant:
I recently swapped my M4A87D/USB3 for an ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z and I wanted to know if anyone was aware of any kind of VRM cooling for this? (This is the AMD board, not Intel) Because those things gets toasty.

Another question: I currently have a case named "Antec Darkfleet DF-30" (and I honestly don't recommend it for OCN). Cable management is horrible (see rig pics), there's no space whatsoever in that thing as soon as you drop a H80. Since I'm horrible at managing space, the more interior space, the better. At all costs, it needs to be larger than this Antec thing.
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Unit Dimension
  • 485mm (H) x 198mm (W) x 486mm (D)
  • 19.1" (H) x 7.8" (W) x 19.1" (D)
Weight: 15.1 lb / 6.9 kg

Closing panels is a pain. I did look into the Swift 810 and the Carbide 500R. I personally lean toward the Carbide, what do you guys think?

Problems/Rants:

Number 1:
I would prefer a clear-top CPU block, but if not possible, I would go with the XSPC Raystorm full copper. Any other alternative I should consider for AMD Phenom II X6? (not particularity hot, H80 + 3.7GHZ @ idle = 20°C / Load: 35-37 / Max (IBT): 42)

Number 2:
I would gladly water-cool my GPU, but I had to buy the worse recent fermi GPU ever: ASUS ENGTX560 DC.

Custom PCB, no block available, and only a single SLI connector.
That means that I either have to shell out around 500$ for GPU's with blocks (preferably a pair of GTX580) or just run buy another card like this one just to SLI it and bear the insane noise/heat it makes. frown.gif

I'm not rolling on gold (850-ish/month) so I'm not too willing to spend for two new GPU :/

So you guys have an Idea or recommendations? I'll go and take an updated pic once I'm done cable-managing it.

P.S.: Color scheme aimed: Black/Red/White/Clay grey (sleeving)

Help? tongue.gif
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Posted this in the Plasticizer thread but I thought you all might want to see this as well. Not a great test but hopefully it helps.

Got my Primochill advanced tubing in. Here are some pictures:





Durelene on the left



Durelene on the right





Thoughts:

The new Primochill is much stiffer and has a yellowish tent to it. Not much but when compared to the Durelene it is slightly yellow. The new Primochill is much stiffer than the Durelene and seems to be more resistant to kinking than the Durelene. Im not sure whats up with this whole system prep thing but I cant see myself using it if I were to every use this Primochill tubing. If anyone has any other questions please ask and Ill be sure to answer. Also if anyone wants more pictures or test as well please just let me know.
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Originally Posted by superericla View Post

They're used to make any memory stick compatible with dominator water blocks, be it an XSPC water block, an EK water block, or another brand. I haven't personally used them but they look good (IMO).
[off topic] We could use some more people in this month's foldathon. Prizes are to be won as well. [/off topic]

Thanks, will take a closer look at them, but they look pretty nice smile.gif
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Looks like EK finally started doing something about their CSQ crop circles. That's a new EK top. Now if only I can get one for a 4 channel cooler. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Really ? - If its a new EK top, then its great news smile.gif
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Can I join?

2ed5mb9.jpg

This is my first water cooled system and I'm still running into some problems, but after looking at the temps it's getting me I see no reason to go back.
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