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Thanks guys for being so helpful. I know mine is an AIO. How long do they usually last?
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Anything below your CPU's thermal cut out is good for me. I live in northern England so air temps aren't a big concern for most of the year. My rig at present is an overclocked 4770k with a R9 290x. Running a 4.8 GHz over clock on the CPU and a mild under clock on the GPU. My temps are usually 10-15c higher than ambient.

A milder over clock of 4.2GHz see's the temps at around 8-12c above ambient.

As far as I know the all in one coolers like yours are all sealed units.

I got a load of good benchmarking done over winter to help keep things a few degrees cooler. Now the temps are warming up. 14c in the UK basically means break out the shorts and sunnies, summer is here.

We just got 6" of snow (Sunday) and -5C weather here in Ottawa. Shorts come out as soon as it's a few degrees C above 0 thumb.gif
At least it's warming up somewhere.. There is hope!

Edit: on topic, winter benching here when it's -40C, on air or water, is always fun! Just have to make sure no condensation forms and drips on anything!

Edit 2: just picked up 2 heatkiller 79X0 blocks for my 7970's!!
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Damn you guys are lucky. The best temps in India during winter would be 10c.
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Thanks guys for being so helpful. I know mine is an AIO. How long do they usually last?

Should last at least a couple of years I would think.
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We just got 6" of snow (Sunday) and -5C weather here in Ottawa. Shorts come out as soon as it's a few degrees C above 0 thumb.gif
At least it's warming up somewhere.. There is hope!

Edit: on topic, winter benching here when it's -40C, on air or water, is always fun! Just have to make sure no condensation forms and drips on anything!

Edit 2: just picked up 2 heatkiller 79X0 blocks for my 7970's!!

anyone know if I can use a 7970 on my r9 270x it the same silicon right?
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anyone know if I can use a 7970 on my r9 270x it the same silicon right?

7970 is the same as a 280x, not 270x.
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Should last at least a couple of years I would think.
That seem re-assuring. How expensive and difficult is it to set up a custom water loop? Does it perform better than an AIO?
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That seem re-assuring. How expensive and difficult is it to set up a custom water loop? Does it perform better than an AIO?

If you are cooling the CPU only, I would just keep the AIO. A custom water loop can get expensive, but isn't too difficult to install.
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Should last at least a couple of years I would think.
That seem re-assuring. How expensive and difficult is it to set up a custom water loop? Does it perform better than an AIO?
Siginifcantly better performing and allows for GPU cooling.
The expense and difficulty are up to you.
The most viable kits are cheap but lack 'boutique' parts,however,these can be replaced down the line.
If you stay traditional with compressions and normal tube then the difficulty is low,basically if you can screw a nut on to a bolt then that's all the real skill you need.

There are other things you can get creative with but difficulty goes up accordingly.
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I'm just looking to cool the cpu. The thing is ambient temps are high here and that it looks like my liquid cooler too depends upon ambient temps. Is there any solution to overcoming this?
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