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CPU cores are between 45C and 51C, GPU is at ~49C if I get core 17 projects folding@home or ~53C on core 15 projects. The rig only has a single AX120 rad, but that's enough because only the GPU is overclocked, and it's not a hot card, only GK104.

So, you're still cooling a CPU & GPU with a single 120 rad? And managing decent temps? I love it!

What fans & speeds are you running on that AX120?

Is that the FT03 (Felicity Harmon) build with the i5 and GTX660 that you have linked in your sig? Is there a build log or images posted for it somewhere?
post #58502 of 106073
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Thanks, i still want to paint the gpu shroud red to match my build theme. The Primochill acrylic tubing was fun to play with. At first i though it would be a pain in the @ss to work with, but nope, piece of crumb cake biggrin.gif
Paint the silver bits red and leave the black as is? I think that would look great. Although putting it under water would look best tongue.gif

Now what would be really cool is if you could change the LED in the GPU shroud to red instead of white. I'm sure it's been done before, but I've never seen it
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Paint the silver bits red and leave the black as is? I think that would look great. Although putting it under water would look best tongue.gif

Now what would be really cool is if you could change the LED in the GPU shroud to red instead of white. I'm sure it's been done before, but I've never seen it

nailed it right on the head. although i would love to put my gpu under water, i want to sli it first then slab some blocks on both those bad boys >=). maybe with my tax return... well wait and see =)

I'm sure i can paint the geforce logo red, seems easy i just need some good hobby paint and a good tiny brush, all with important attention to detail
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nailed it right on the head. although i would love to put my gpu under water, i want to sli it first then slab some blocks on both those bad boys >=). maybe with my tax return... well wait and see =)

I'm sure i can paint the geforce logo red, seems easy i just need some good hobby paint and a good tiny brush, all with important attention to detail
Doesn't that light up with an LED? I meant actually taking the white LED out and putting a red LED in
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Doesn't that light up with an LED? I meant actually taking the white LED out and putting a red LED in
the whole gforce logo its self is the led, it sounds weird but you'd have to see it yourself to understand
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the whole gforce logo its self is the led, it sounds weird but you'd have to see it yourself to understand
Hmm... I wish I had the funds for a new GPU. I would definitely try to figure out a way to do that
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Doesn't that light up with an LED? I meant actually taking the white LED out and putting a red LED in

People normally remove the rubber (that has the white LED inside of it) wet sand the green paint off, & re-paint it w/e color they are going for. I'm going to assume that a latex paint is the best application, but that part could be totally wrong.
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People normally remove the rubber (that has the white LED inside of it) wet sand the green paint off, & re-paint it w/e color they are going for. I'm going to assume that a latex paint is the best application, but that part could be totally wrong.

Heh, a not-insignificant part of my motivation to get wet this for this build was that it would get rid of the green GeForce GTX logos. Love the cards, and those are some damned nice air coolers, but seriously hate Nvidia's predilection for noxious green.
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People normally remove the rubber (that has the white LED inside of it) wet sand the green paint off, & re-paint it w/e color they are going for. I'm going to assume that a latex paint is the best application, but that part could be totally wrong.
Usually latex paint is opaque, not sure it would work if it's going to be backlit, I would look at the hobby stores for paint used on windows to make faux stained glass as it is transparent, then just use a white let behind it.......
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Usually latex paint is opaque, not sure it would work if it's going to be backlit, I would look at the hobby stores for paint used on windows to make faux stained glass as it is transparent, then just use a white let behind it.......

Perhaps a piece of cellophane slipped in there would work as well. Maybe even be cheaper/easier?
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