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That looks great! All you need now is to buy a GPU waterblock for that GTX690. wubsmiley.gif
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Awesome build mate! Though, that gpu is missing out of all the water cooling fun thumb.gif
Nice idea to cover up the RIVE's unused pcie slots w/ green covers smile.gif

I feel you I was tempted, but one of the reasons I love the GTX690 and bought it was for it custom Fan shroud. To me it just looks sexy and matches the Corsair Platinum Ram, and well It idles are 31c and under games loads like in LOL it gets in the 45/50c and Crysis with texture mods I get into 65/75c I feel that Good. But I see a waterblock in future maybe..
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Deep Red

That looks exactly how I want it!!

I was looking at the Candy Red and it was making me very dissapointed as it looked more like orange! tongue.gif
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I feel you I was tempted, but one of the reasons I love the GTX690 and bought it was for it custom Fan shroud. To me it just looks sexy and matches the Corsair Platinum Ram, and well It idles are 31c and under games loads like in LOL it gets in the 45/50c and Crysis with texture mods I get into 65/75c I feel that Good. But I see a waterblock in future maybe..

You will, for sure. biggrin.gif
    
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I feel you I was tempted, but one of the reasons I love the GTX690 and bought it was for it custom Fan shroud. To me it just looks sexy and matches the Corsair Platinum Ram, and well It idles are 31c and under games loads like in LOL it gets in the 45/50c and Crysis with texture mods I get into 65/75c I feel that Good. But I see a waterblock in future maybe..

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The Switch has been parted out, all the water cooling parts sold....wanted to share it's final pics. That was my last water cooled build for a long time, going to chill out. But... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







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The Switch has been parted out, all the water cooling parts sold....wanted to share it's final pics. That was my last water cooled build for a long time, going to chill out. But...
Warning: *snip* (Click to show)









I'm sure you'll be back soon. We'll be waiting for you mate thumb.gif

Uber build btw. Sad to see it go frown.gif
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1218288/please-contribute-ocn-wc-tubing-database/130#post_18896191

Might not buy Durelene after reading the last few comments about Durelene, it seems those guys do have some plasticizer and even yellowish color after time, maybe Primochill Advanced LRT instead?

This is driving me nuts. doh.gif
    
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1218288/please-contribute-ocn-wc-tubing-database/130#post_18896191
Might not buy Durelene after reading the last few comments about Durelene, it seems those guys do have some plasticizer and even yellowish color after time, maybe Primochill Advanced LRT instead?
This is driving me nuts. doh.gif

Its a mixed bag. Right now its one of the few clear that actually holds and in some cases doesn't plasticize. Some have actually plasticized in a short time, while most cases have lasted a while. Since I've seen its the one with not too many complaints, i got it. Its holding for two weeks in my build.

Other then that, Primochill Advance should be the savior in this dilemma. Makes you wonder if Tyler Industries "intentionally" sabotage their LRT to force customers to buy the more expensive Advance (<-rant, pissed my Primochill a year ago held, and this year, it craps out right away).

edit: you can always wait until Primochill Adv. becomes available in Europe soon.
Edited by wermad - 12/24/12 at 6:24pm
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I'm sure you'll be back soon. We'll be waiting for you mate thumb.gif
Uber build btw. Sad to see it go frown.gif
Thank you sir biggrin.gif I'll just follow your builds to get my fix from now on. wink.gif
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Its a mixed bag. Right now its one of the few clear that actually holds and in some cases doesn't plasticize. Some have actually plasticized in a short time, while most cases have lasted a while. Since I've seen its the one with not too many complaints, i got it. Its holding for two weeks in my build.
Other then that, Primochill Advance should be the savior in this dilemma. Makes you wonder if Tyler Industries "intentionally" sabotage their LRT to force customers to buy the more expensive Advance (<-rant, pissed my Primochill a year ago held, and this year, it craps out right away).
edit: you can always wait until Primochill Adv. becomes available in Europe soon.

Durelene has been highly praised by most....but it really is hit or miss I think. I guess mine was one of the few batches that did develop plasticizer....loop was only up and running for a few weeks too.
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Durelene it is then. wubsmiley.gif

Can't wait to try it out with some Mayhems Deep Red dye, never had clear tubing, really excited to see the red dye specially on my EK Supreme HF Plexi block.
    
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Has anyone else attempted to watercool 660ti's with a full cover yet?

I just got in my XSPC Razor 670 blocks to go with Palit 660ti Jetstreams, which according to both ek coolingconfigurator and performance-pcs fits fine.
The PCB layout is the same, so the holes line up, but the DVI port is slightly to the side of where it is on the 670, so the block hits it.

It's not possible to move the DVI port as far as I'm aware, but it SHOULD be possible to just cut off that side of the waterblock with a dremel, as its just acrylic, no copper or water flow at that end.
I'd rather not do that.. but it's looking like the only option if I can't get them exchanged.. There's also no guarantee that another brand would fit until someone tries it.



Quick photoshop of the problem:
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