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Originally Posted by AdvanSuper;11810645 
I want 470 WB's.....
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Originally Posted by GoodInk;11811087 
Do it! You will love not having those fans when gaming. That EK 120 mounts up real nice from the pics I have seen, or you could got for a RX120 with some more modding wink.gif Oh just had an idea, don't know if it would work. Mount the 120 flat on the bottom and make a platform for the pump above that.

Do it!
Edited by wermad - 12/29/10 at 1:05am
post #6402 of 106451
There is a guy on [H] selling his 470's with EK blocks for a good price, but it's more than what I want to spend right now and my current card wouldn't go under until I got funds for a WB, rad and EK SLI bridge.
post #6403 of 106451
How much rad do I need for 2 470's? Trying to price things out if I decide to buy that 470 with WB.
post #6404 of 106451
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Originally Posted by AdvanSuper;11813078 
There is a guy on [H] selling his 470's with EK blocks for a good price, but it's more than what I want to spend right now and my current card wouldn't go under until I got funds for a WB, rad and EK SLI bridge.

ddddooooooo eeeeeetttttttt

really, it's a pretty decent price. I picked up my cards for 200 apiece, and adding in 100 dollars for each waterblock, and 30 for each backplate, PLUS shipping, and waiting, and then not even knowing if the cards will work when they get here. LOL his price seems more than fair.

Right now I've got one 470 and a q6600 on a mcr320 and it's working wonderfully, of course my fans are very high RPM. Hopefully I'll have my second gtx470 back from RMA soon, and I'll be able to tell you how it handles it.
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Originally Posted by AdvanSuper;11814330 
How much rad do I need for 2 470's? Trying to price things out if I decide to buy that 470 with WB.

Im running an RX360 for my entire build thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by MisterClean;11814391 
ddddooooooo eeeeeetttttttt

really, it's a pretty decent price. I picked up my cards for 200 apiece, and adding in 100 dollars for each waterblock, and 30 for each backplate, PLUS shipping, and waiting, and then not even knowing if the cards will work when they get here. LOL his price seems more than fair.

Right now I've got one 470 and a q6600 on a mcr320 and it's working wonderfully, of course my fans are very high RPM. Hopefully I'll have my second gtx470 back from RMA soon, and I'll be able to tell you how it handles it.

I know his price is more than fair, but it's more than I can afford/want to spend right now. As per PPC's I'm looking at $214 before tax and shipping for a rad, block, ek bridge and ek geforce links to get them under water.
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Originally Posted by wermad;11814410 
Im running an RX360 for my entire build thumb.gif

I already have a 240mm for the CPU and was thinking about just adding another for the GPU's unless I replace the whole thing with a 360??? I wouldn't even know where to put the 2nd rad and I don't feel like chopping up the case.
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Originally Posted by AdvanSuper;11814452 
I already have a 240mm for the CPU and was thinking about just adding another for the GPU's unless I replace the whole thing with a 360??? I wouldn't even know where to put the 2nd rad and I don't feel like chopping up the case.

Won't a 360 fit at the top of that case? I would say that's your best bet.
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It will fit, but would need to be the same thickness as my current rad so I can fit my UK's. So my next question would be, how efficient would a black ice xtreme III be with a cpu and 2 gpu's? Or any other rads that are 40mm thick?
post #6409 of 106451
the RX360 w/ push/pull (25mmx2=50mm + RX360 58 = ~109mm) fans will barely clear, someone did it on their 800D and had about 5mm clearance. Its tight squeeze but you'll make it. Or go w/ the pull fans on top and add a Koolance fan shroud such as in my build thumb.gif

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***Kevin, please don't update this post, its just for reference purposes wink.gif
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UPDATED!





My UK's are just push and I'm not really interested in doing push/pull at this time or ever lol. They handle just the CPU fine and I'm sure with the GPU's it wouldn't be an issue. I also don't see myself modding the case lol.


Anywaayyy I sent the guy an offer. We'll see what happens in the morning.




Let's say I ditch the EK Bridge idea, what's the easiest way to connect the blocks without tubing or should I just get 2 compression fittings for them to make life easy?
Edited by AdvanSuper - 12/29/10 at 1:34am
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