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Very reminiscent of Aquacomputer blocks
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Hey guys, not really the right place to ask here but here goes:

I recently acquired some old waterblocks and stuff from a friend. As far as I know, they are completely new (they still have their plastic on the bottom) and have all the mounting hardware. I, personally, wouldn't have a use for them because I don't like that size tubing and I doubt it would fit anything from today. Anyway, the question is:

Do you think anyone would be able to use this stuff?

I'll put it up as a freebee, but I'm afraid nobody would be able to do anything with it. Anyway thanks.


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Originally Posted by Alfaa View Post

Hey guys, not really the right place to ask here but here goes:
I recently acquired some old waterblocks and stuff from a friend. As far as I know, they are completely new (they still have their plastic on the bottom) and have all the mounting hardware. I, personally, wouldn't have a use for them because I don't like that size tubing and I doubt it would fit anything from today. Anyway, the question is:
Do you think anyone would be able to use this stuff?
I'll put it up as a freebee, but I'm afraid nobody would be able to do anything with it. Anyway thanks.


i know one person if its 775 lol
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Got the H100 in my new rig. Hopefully that qualifies me. exhappysmiley.png

New batch of cable work and case modding, with UV lights off.

And with lighting:

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Got the H100 in my new rig. Hopefully that qualifies me. exhappysmiley.png
New batch of cable work and case modding, with UV lights off.
And with lighting:

how do you like the board?
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i know one person if its 775 lol

Nope, I don't think it is. The manual mentions socket 478, 370 and of course AMD.
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Nope, I don't think it is. The manual mentions socket 478, 370 and of course AMD.

Mmm so ancient, don't think i'll ever get that board running again, and not worth it to put it under water lol, already got it maxed out
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EKWB rolls out it's first CAD/CAM/HPC graphics card water block

http://www.ekwb.com/news/297/19/EKWB-rolls-out-it-s-first-CAD-CAM-HPC-graphics-card-water-block/
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EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear provider, officially introduces the EK-FCQ6000, their debut CAD/CAM/HPC graphics card full-cover water block for nVidia Quadro 6000- & 5000 series professional graphics card as well as Tesla C20xx & M20xx computing cards. Complete compatibility list can be found on Cooling Configurator.



Not only is it very slim, but NO CIRCLE biggrin.gif (Hope its a final design)

I would buy this if they made it available for my GPU. They already have blocks(retired) for 6870 so it shouldn't be that difficult. Obviously there would have to be a set number of requests to make a run but I could live with a block like this in my system. Even with the medallion in the corner of the block. thumb.gif

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Ah okay kewl guys. Do you need washers if there are no vrm on the die? Of course I won't know if the Thubie has vrm or not since I've not even attempted it. tongue.gif lol
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
WAIT are you trying to delid your 1100t? That is not possible afaik, ivy bridge can be delid, sandy cannot. Thuban cannot either...

This is not a thing you do on any chip, ivy bridge is not soldered to the IHS like sandy bridge was, I believe it was so it would not run head to head with lga2011 processors when you overclocked it, that is my opinion on why they did it.

No no, I'm not going to try it with Thubbie. I'm just sayin that I'm not sure if there are vrm on the Phenom die and Thubbie being my current CPU, I was spit balling. I would think that so long as there is a cover on an AMD CPU that it should be able to be removed. Shouldn't it? Obviously I don't intend to try it with a $200 chip, but I may still try it with an earlier Phenom II. smile.gif

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Very reminiscent of Aquacomputer blocks

Ditto. I was thinking the other day that it would not only be nice to have something like that available, but also it would be nice if EK were to make blocks to fit earlier Cards that they already made blocks for. Based on request though. Per card request is impractical but if EK were to compile requests and run a limited production minimum, it coould be beneficial for their bottom line.

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Monsoon Economy Hardline fittings EK Dual DDC V2 top Swiftech Pump DDC-1T (2) Liquid Fusion V Double helix Reservoir 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Yate Loon 120x20 (D12SM-12C) Medium Speed Silen... EK Supreme HF Classified EK Thermosphere GPU Block EK Thermosphere GPU Block 
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post #33939 of 105800
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This. Removing the IHS on a CPU.
i destryed my phenom 9950 trying this D:
post #33940 of 105800
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how do you like the board?

Oh I love it. Booted first time and every time. The bios is excellent. The fans built into the thermal armor are actually quite quiet despite my concerns (tho they could be removed).

I was initially concerned that having only 8 phases would limit the OC potential of the board compared to the Asus Z77 deluxe. But I was mistaken. Very first attempt I hit 4.4 on my 3770K with only 1.2v and is stable enough to run 48 hours uninterrupted.

Cooling is also a dream, I stay at or below room temperatures with my fans at low settings while at load.

The Sabertooth is part of the whole here and I love all my components, but MUCH cred to Asus. Also Newegg had an openbox deal on it for 170 dollars. It's missing a couple USB 2.0 header caps (which I have been trying to replace but can't get any communication going with Asus), but it's clear the board was never used, only removed from it's box.

If you are considering the Z77 Sabertooth, it gets two MAJOR thumbs up for me.
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