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post #34821 of 106083
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Originally Posted by kyismaster View Post


I dunno, Performance PCs gave it to me, though I assume by the looks, its an EK set.

so what are the temps with the new pads? (so i'd know if to order the Alphacool block or consider a different one. maybe Koolance? )
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Possibly. I do agreed the CSQ is still an odd look and it has grown on me but these just kinda scream scream "cheap" Like Monsoon wants us to carbon fiber everything to the point of tackiness. You may be right they could look very good in a build that uses CF sparingly but until I see one of those I doubt I will like them. Maybe it's just that I'm not a big fan of carbon fiber for the most part. 

i feel it might be almost exactly like the CSQ introduction. first many didn't like it until they saw it well implemented and then it grew on many people (though there are still some who don't like it, which is understandable) so we need PPCS to make a kick ass (its okay if i mean a donkey tongue.gif ) carbon fiber inspired mod and loop and i have a slight intuition of a sort it could be the Phantom 820 to host that. (since it has the lighting)
Edited by RKTGX95 - 1/3/13 at 6:31am
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post #34822 of 106083
I have hated CSQ since i first seen it, now I have a 7970 Lightning block in my hand and ooooooooooo my it is nice.
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post #34823 of 106083
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I have hated CSQ since i first seen it, now I have a 7970 Lightning block in my hand and ooooooooooo my it is nice.

Haha I was exactly the same when I got my 680 Lightning block.

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Edited by Jonik - 1/3/13 at 9:43am
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I have hated CSQ since i first seen it, now I have a 7970 Lightning block in my hand and ooooooooooo my it is nice.

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Haha I was exactly the same when I got my 680 Lightning block.
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would any of you say that t he CSQ gpu blocks can be in a loop on their own or they require at least one more CSQ thing in it to make it look good?

also, considering the plexi version with red mayhems dye. should look great biggrin.gif (and not sure if to go on copper or nickel)

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its like Corsair have specially made the platinum RAM just to fit your color scheme biggrin.gif (and that lightning daughter board drool.gif )
Edited by RKTGX95 - 1/3/13 at 9:35am
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post #34826 of 106083
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would any of you say that t he CSQ gpu blocks can be in a loop on their own or they require at least one more CSQ thing in it to make it look good?
also, considering the plexi version with red mayhems dye. should look great biggrin.gif (and not sure if to go on copper or nickel)

When I had my loop together, the GPU block was the only CSQ designed block in there.....the CPU block was an older gen EK plexi. I thought it looked good just like that. I would go the plexi nickel version if I were you. The Lightning block is non reference so they only had that one version, otherwise I would have gotten plexi as well.
post #34827 of 106083
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so what are the temps with the new pads? (so i'd know if to order the Alphacool block or consider a different one. maybe Koolance? )
i feel it might be almost exactly like the CSQ introduction. first many didn't like it until they saw it well implemented and then it grew on many people (though there are still some who don't like it, which is understandable) so we need PPCS to make a kick ass (its okay if i mean a donkey tongue.gif ) carbon fiber inspired mod and loop and i have a slight intuition of a sort it could be the Phantom 820 to host that. (since it has the lighting)

VRMS are ~ 51c and bellow on 100% load

gpu core I've never seen a temp above 45c
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post #34828 of 106083
MSI HD 7970 Lightning water block -installation process and my system



Edited by Jonik - 1/3/13 at 9:46am
post #34829 of 106083
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its like Corsair have specially made the platinum RAM just to fit your color scheme biggrin.gif (and that lightning daughter board drool.gif )
No, this is a coincidence, but the view is great ) 4x4Gb 2666Mhz 10-12-12 31 1.65V
post #34830 of 106083
i was going to get lightnings... i just wish they made copper blocks for them (i dont use any nickle blocks at all if i can help it) sozo.gif
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