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Does anyone have an XSPC Razer GTX680 water block with the new design? Was thinking about getting it for when I add my GPU to the loop

Unless anyone recommends a 680 water block?

I've been told the new Razors 680 are really good thumb.gif. I'm in the market for some 680 blocks. XSPC is a great choice if you want to save a bit of money and want to jazz up your block with some tasty led touch lighting thumb.gif

HK, AC, Alphacool, EK, EVGA, etc. should perform very similar smile.gif
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My approach is hey if it matches get it haha thumb.gif
Edited by protzman - 2/14/13 at 11:14pm
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I have to do something for the copper Alphacool logo in all their radiators.. it doesn't matches my colors at all, i'd rather have it chromed but not copper damn.



(Will replace the copper screws asap of course).
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Got some more stuff for you today water cooling OCN......... I tested my 3 XSPC 360mm Radiators today with my high pressure pump, and my two EX360's did great with a 50PSI test but my RS360 RAD exploded lol. I was however able to solder the leaks and I painted and Baked it with some other parts after painting and will test it later for leaks once its dry. I am very satisfied with the results of my test though and will be using the pump, and if I do reuse the repaired RAD I will defiantly have it on the bottom of the case lol.











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WELL LOOKS LIKE IT PASSED THE TEST ALL DRY NO LEAKS AND A CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH!!! I think im gonna still use it but im defenately going to keep an eye on it and I think im only gonna use it with 1/4" ID fittings and tubing and use it with my two H70's on the graphics card. They have the same size tubing and fittings so it wont restrict, the smaller diameter will lower the PSI so I dont stress the broken rad. thumb.gif





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Why such an extreme pressure test? eek.gif
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Why such an extreme pressure test? eek.gif

Because the pump will provide up to 50PSI before automaticly turning off so just in case there was a kink or a clog(because I have a inline filter) I dont want them to leak all over my stuff you know. I figure if they past the worst I wont have to worry about them leaking. So far so good though, and they are only restricting the flow a little so im impressed..... Alos I got curious and tested the pump with the 5v rail on my PSU and it still runs great and way quieter and cooler, I think I mite put a switch in to control its speed so that I can run it quieter and have a bad ass turbo mode when needed lol. It still moves alot of water even at 5v im impressed! Its rated 12v-24v.... biggrin.gif
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He has it the right way around, RAD>CPU or GPU. Loop order does not matter that much anyway.
BS lets see how long your pump last going from your
cpu, and gpu directly to the pump will shorten its life believe me ive done it:thumb::

What rubbish!!
I have pumps at the end of my loop run with far more blocks and heat sources than you,never had a pump fail early...as long as the water temp is below 60c then you are ok.

Also,stop quoting pics without spoilers and stop with the double posts.
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What rubbish!!
I have pumps at the end of my loop run with far more blocks and heat sources than you,never had a pump fail early...as long as the water temp is below 60c then you are ok.

Also,stop quoting pics without spoilers and stop with the double posts.
You're right, he probably doesn't realizes that the loop sequence doesn't really matters at all..
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I want pictures, didn't know Alphachool had a 540mm rad, is it better than the Magicool?

They just released it a few days ago. And I recon the performance will be loads better. The Alphacool NexXxos XT45 180 triple is 45 mm deep, and has a much larger core than the Magicool - and it weighs like a kg more.

I haven't gotten around to testing anything yet, but the numbers I got from a bit of IBT and Heaven seems very promising. Will snap some pictures once the light allows it.

Here's a product pic for starters:

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