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Looking great! whats the temp on those gpu full load?

Haven't checked them while benching but idle is in the low 30s. I'm sure its under 50-55°c at load. Only benched @800 core so far and my cpu @ 4.7.
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Dual D5 top im using on Arctic Water....


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post #32553 of 107794
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Iv heard alot ofbad thingsabout the Silver KillCoil...
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/EK-IMAGES/Corrosion_Report_Final.pdf

I have been using a Silver Kill Coil ever since I got into water cooling a few months ago, I have yet to see any problem on my blocks, I use distilled water and silver kill coil, nothing else.

I've been thinking of buying some clear tubing (I have some mastercleer blue tubing) to use some mayhems dye or something, but then realized I have my PC on the floor so it's not worth it, rather keep it clean with just distilled water. tongue.gif
    
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FC water block for reference design GTX 660 in the works!

http://www.ekwb.com/news/289/19/FC-water-block-for-reference-design-GTX-660-in-the-works/
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EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear provider, is currently working on a Full-Cover (FC) water block for nVidia reference design GeForce GTX 660 graphics cards based on the GK106 core.

The upcoming EK-FC660 GTX for nVidia reference design GeForce GTX 660 graphic cards will directly cool the GK106 GPU, RAM as well as VRM (voltage regulation module) as water will flow directly over these critical areas thus allowing the graphics card and it's VRM to remain stable under high overclocks. EK-FC660 GTX water block will features a very high flow design therefore it can be easily used in liquid cooling systems using weaker water pumps.

This water block will most likely be released in two versions - Nickel Plexi and Nickel Acetal. Please note that this water block will not be compatible with GeForce GTX 660 Ti series graphics cards based on GK104 GPU core. These cards are already covered by our EK-FC670 GTX as well as EK-FC670 GTX DCII series water blocks.

Expected release date is 15th of December with MSRP of 80.95€ and 86.95 (incl. VAT) respectively.

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The XSPC RAD Stand has been shown earlier in this thread, but dont think that all theese has been shown ?

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post #32556 of 107794
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Had a result,Lamptron are replacing my FC6 with a FC 5,Thats a weight off my mind....

Great news mate-good one!
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Originally Posted by MiiX View Post

Slightly confused here: Duralene and Durelene is the same, right?
If using destilled water, how do you guys mix it and what do you mix it with?

At the risk of repeating what has already been said, just go with distilled water(it does not need mixing) and use a SKC plus some sort of biocide.
Safe stuff to start off with, then as you progress and gain more experience, you can start experimenting, and seeing whats what-most of all, have fun mate & don't forget to put aside a loads of money, you will need it, once the wc bug's poison kicks in biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Krahe View Post

just use the distilled water and a silver kill coil, or one of the mayhem's dye's (iirc they have everything added) but by far the best additive is a single malt scotch. smile.gif

LOL! best reply ive heard in a while tongue.gif

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Finished! thumbsupsmiley.png

Good job mate-looks good after all the effort you put into buliding it.

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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Not to mention that there are several types of microbe that are capable of thriving in hot water with absolutely no natural light (hot water springs deep in caves for example) simple light control is no guarantee. The likelihood of any of these organisms actually being present in either your tubing, blocks, or DI water... is pretty much nil but in principle only having warm water and no natural light isn't reason enough to assume 0% bio-growth.
I decided not to do a SKC in my rig, but I'm using Dead Water (Cu Nuke). I think the primary advantage of the coil is that if you aren't somewhat obsessive about maintenance then you'll probably still be fine since the coil should work for years depending on the purity of the silver. If you're using biocide (IIRC) it slowly loses efficacy over time so you need to add a couple of drops every 6-8 weeks to maintain the levels. I plan on completely draining/flushing/refilling mine (along with cleaning all my dust filters) every 2 months... but I'm pretty OCD when it comes to cleaning the inside of my PCs. rolleyes.gif

Moi aussi.

Since when has Bundymania taken on a photography apprentice? tongue.gif

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Dual D5 top im using on Arctic Water.... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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post #32557 of 107794
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Originally Posted by MiiX View Post

Iv heard alot ofbad thingsabout the Silver KillCoil...
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/EK-IMAGES/Corrosion_Report_Final.pdf

Hope I am not besting a dead horse, but the only issue I have had with a kill coil is with EK nickel blocks. Chemistry is chemistry and kill coils are all right in my book
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post #32560 of 107794
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Originally Posted by lowfat View Post

Is that correct, 1.5V for 3.6GHz? That seems insanely high.

I thought so at first but thats what the catalyst center was testing the overclocks with. I tried it in the BIOS and worked perfectly. And with the water cooling and Prime95, non of the processors drop out. No all I have to do is get a WC system for the VRM and off we go.
Edited by d3spis3m3 - 11/21/12 at 8:01am
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