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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

No,normally im a member hell bent on destroying loops with 'dangerous advice' apparently........

Choose your colour mate.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If you're giving them away I'd gladly take one off your hands. Color really doesn't matter
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

No,normally im a member hell bent on destroying loops with 'dangerous advice' apparently........

Choose your colour mate.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If you're giving them away I'd gladly take one off your hands. Color really doesn't matter

Im in the UK,by the time i have posted it,it would probably cost more than what the rad is worth mate.
I can have a look at postage if you really want?
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I have a question!

My current loop has a CPU block, mosfet, southbridge and RAM blocks. It has two single 120mm radiators and one 240mm radiator, it cools everything okay for now..

Now, my GTX Titan is on the way and i'm waiting for the EK-plexi-nickel block to put it underwater. I was planning to add a XSPC low FPI (900rpm fans) 360mm (60mm thick) radiator on the back - outside - of the case just for the GPU heat-load.

My question is: Will my CPU-mobo-ram heat up the graphic card, or will my GPU heat up everything else? In this case should i go for a second loop just for the GPU? Because i'd be happy to go with a single loop, more clean and aesthetically appealing smile.gif
Edited by Fieel - 3/4/13 at 6:43am
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Originally Posted by Fieel View Post

I have a question!

My current loop has a CPU block, mosfet, southbridge and RAM blocks. It has two single 120mm radiators and one 240mm radiator, it cools everything okay for now..

Now, my GTX Titan is on the way and i'm waiting for the EK-plexi-nickel block to put it underwater. I was planning to add a XSPC low FPI (900rpm fans) 360mm (60mm thick) radiator on the back - outside - of the case just for the GPU heat-load.

My question is: Will my CPU-mobo-ram heat up the graphic card, or will my GPU heat up everything else? In this case should i go for a second loop just for the GPU? Because i'd be happy to go with a single loop, more clean and aesthetically appealing smile.gif

I got Far Cry 3 a couple of months ago and never really got into but played it last night and my GTX 690 produced SCAREY amounts of heat - it was so hot I could hardly touch it. If your Titan is anything like the 690 I suggest a separate loop. I guess the obvious thing to do would be to run it on air for a while ?and check the heat output before deciding
post #38645 of 107321
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Im in the UK,by the time i have posted it,it would probably cost more than what the rad is worth mate.
I can have a look at postage if you really want?
I didn't think of that. I wouldn't worry about it then. Thanks for the offer though
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I'm in the UK *cough*
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Hey B-neg! I'm in Finland so could you look up those postals for me for that red one?
Thanks!

Meisseli
post #38648 of 107321
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Originally Posted by PinzaC55 View Post

I got Far Cry 3 a couple of months ago and never really got into but played it last night and my GTX 690 produced SCAREY amounts of heat - it was so hot I could hardly touch it. If your Titan is anything like the 690 I suggest a separate loop. I guess the obvious thing to do would be to run it on air for a while ?and check the heat output before deciding

Yeah, i'll run on air for a while anyways, so i'll get a general idea. Other opinions guys? wink.gif

edit for B-NEG: I guess that it will cost a lot from the UK to the Switzerland for the metallic azure one? biggrin.gif
Edited by Fieel - 3/4/13 at 7:51am
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post #38649 of 107321
So. I am ofc, gonna add more gpu's, but regarding the loop. What SLI Bridge thing should i add to Universal blocks?

I tried bending the tubes... Dident work.
What is the solution?

//S1lv3r

P.S. Its gonna be a total of 4, 670 PE on the http://www.asus.com/Motherboard/MAXIMUS_V_EXTREME/ board, with an i7 3770k, and wc ram (Corsair Platinium 2400)
Edited by S1lv3rflame - 3/4/13 at 8:08am
post #38650 of 107321
Swiftech makes a bridge for universal blocks that would work. They come in different sizes depending on your card spacing.
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