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It is a complete system to me...
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Nothing you can do will stop me ! Muahahahahhaha <--(evil laugh)
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post #5282 of 106093
Hi

My first attempt at water cooling my gaming rig, hope you all like it!

Parts used:
EK Supreme HF Blue plexi
EK Acetal Nickle 5970 Block
EK Acetal Nickle 5870 Block
HW Labs GTS Gen Two Stealth 280 Rad
HW Labs Black Ice SR1 140 Rad
MCP 655 Variable pump with Bitspower Top
Swiftec MCRES Micro Res V2
3 x High Speed 140mm Yate Loon Fans
Bitspower compression fittings
1/4IN, 3/4OD UV Feser tubing


I was originally a little worried about not having enough rad to cool everything however the highest I've seen the CPU on load was 65C with 23C ambient. I've also attached a screenshot of P95 after an hour to show you guys. I am curious because my CPU idle temp sits about 37-40C, which is about the same as my NH-D14 I had before. Should I be worried about this?

CPU is stable at 4.0ghz at 1.28vcore but jumps to 1.296 under load with vdroop.

I am also replacing the Swiftech Micro Res for a XSPC single bay version from Sidewinders as I am not liking the position of it in such as restrictive case. I brought a dremel in case I needed to mod it to fit the 280 rad up top, but it just fits barely so no modding was required.

GPU temps max is 45C, idles between 27-30 which is awesome. Nearly broke 2600 for Heaven 2.0, Core at 900 and Memory at 1200. 1.162v for 5970 and 1.145 for 5870.

Anyways, enjoy!















Edited by ttoadd.nz - 11/7/10 at 11:54pm
    
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^ looks really nice
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Originally Posted by ttoadd.nz View Post
My first attempt at water cooling my gaming rig, hope you all like it!
Very nice, thanks for posting pics. I didn't like the white tubing at first but the more i see the more it grows on me. +r
post #5285 of 106093
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Originally Posted by ttoadd.nz View Post
Hi

My first attempt at water cooling my gaming rig, hope you all like it!

Parts used:
EK Supreme HF Blue plexi
EK Acetal Nickle 5970 Block
EK Acetal Nickle 5870 Block
HW Labs GTS Gen Two Stealth 280 Rad
HW Labs Black Ice SR1 140 Rad
MCP 655 Variable pump with Bitspower Top
Swiftec MCRES Micro Res V2
3 x High Speed 140mm Yate Loon Fans
Bitspower compression fittings
1/4IN, 3/4OD UV Feser tubing


I was originally a little worried about not having enough rad to cool everything however the highest I've seen the CPU on load was 65C with 23C ambient. I've also attached a screenshot of P95 after an hour to show you guys. I am curious because my CPU idle temp sits about 37-40C, which is about the same as my NH-D14 I had before. Should I be worried about this?

CPU is stable at 4.0ghz at 1.28vcore but jumps to 1.296 under load with vdroop.

I am also replacing the Swiftech Micro Res for a XSPC single bay version from Sidewinders as I am not liking the position of it in such as restrictive case. I brought a dremel in case I needed to mod it to fit the 280 rad up top, but it just fits barely so no modding was required.

GPU temps max is 45C, idles between 27-30 which is awesome. Nearly broke 2600 for Heaven 2.0, Core at 900 and Memory at 1200. 1.162v for 5970 and 1.145 for 5870.

Anyways, enjoy!














blue leds and white tubes look good
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First off i must say ive seen some really sick builds in this thread with some amazing cooling and routing that i didnt even know was possible. I'll be honest this thread is most likely what inspired me to go underwater as well, at first i started with an h50 then decided i wanted to get a loop going just a simple one to start with cpu only so i went with the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 kit and set my first loop up today. I must admit that i would have had no idea where to start had i not done some research (on this site ) so i took my time and tested everything just for that extra sense of security and heres what i managed to put together on my first attempt, i know its not the best and i will be putting some more work into it when im not half asleep like i am right now lolz.

















I hope that meets the standard for the club.
Edited by brl3git - 11/8/10 at 1:40am
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blue leds and white tubes look good
LOL dont quote the pictures
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First off i must say ive seen some really sick builds in this thread with some amazing cooling and routing that i didnt even know was possible. I'll be honest this thread is most likely what inspired me to go underwater as well, at first i started with an h50 then decided i wanted to get a loop going just a simple one to start with cpu only so i went with the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 kit and set my first loop up today. I must admit that i would have had no idea where to start had i not done some research (on this site ) so i took my time and tested everything just for that extra sense of security and heres what i managed to put together on my first attempt, i know its not the best and i will be putting some more work into it when im not half asleep like i am right now lolz.
that looks like a 5.25" bay res, why not have it in the bay?
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that looks like a 5.25" bay res, why not have it in the bay?
Honestly spent about 20 mins trying to make it fit, everything i tired just would not work.
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Honestly spent about 20 mins trying to make it fit, everything i tired just would not work.
You have to file or dremel the 5.25" bay tabs. I had to do the same with my ATCS 840.
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