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post #94611 of 106449
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That flamethrower 420 is your biggest heater from what I can see. Dump it and get another 560. biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
.... There is one on its way.. 3X560 should have enough cooling power. Lol
post #94612 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

That flamethrower 420 is your biggest heater from what I can see. Dump it and get another 560. biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
.... There is one on its way.. 3X560 should have enough cooling power. Lol

mellowsmiley.gif

I thought you were listing off Team Greencards. I've just realized you were listing off your Radiators. doh.gif

Still 3x560 would be better than 2x560 and a 420. biggrin.gif lol

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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I will be in Perth in July 2017 for a Congress, at least that is the plan. I am familiar with high temps but I guess I need to save some money for the Coopers....
Hopefully you'll have an evening (or more) to spare so we can catch up while you're over here drunken.gif
post #94614 of 106449
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I would assume the best temps with a single loop due to the fact that all the cooling capacity is in one loop.

As far as I know, dual loops are primarily for aesthetics and don't offer any real performance gains. Though I could very well be wrong on that.

Water only has so much capacity to take away heat. You might not get much out of a dual loop with a single GPU and CPU (not that it's stopping me in my build), but I'd be inclined to go dual if I were running more than one graphics card.
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Looking sharp, but have you considered using thumbscrews for mounting yor MB instead? Makes mounting and removal of the MB less of a chore.

I got mine from PPCs and since they're painted/coated I've no worries. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Thanks. Yes, I have used thumb screws in the past, and on several of my computers I'm currently using. I always end up using a screwdriver even with thumbscrews because I usually can't fit my hand in the areas needed to loosen them. I figured I would change it up a little by using cap screws this time. I find it just as simple to un-mount and re-mount. I usually don't end up removing a motherboard unless there's a serious issue where I need to. smile.gif
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mellowsmiley.gif

I thought you were listing off Team Greencards. I've just realized you were listing off your Radiators. doh.gif

Still 3x560 would be better than 2x560 and a 420. biggrin.gif lol

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Ohhhh... Lol. It's all good. I should have been clearer.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

mellowsmiley.gif

I thought you were listing off Team Greencards. I've just realized you were listing off your Radiators. doh.gif

Still 3x560 would be better than 2x560 and a 420. biggrin.gif lol

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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Thanks for this i thumb.gif read your review on the Ek rad and i think the Nemesis might be better suited for me since i plan on running my Ap15s @ around 1000-1200 rpm .... I would love to know if i go push pull since i have the fans a new rad comes into play since you only reviewed them un push configuration ....

There will always be new products coming out, and actually this is one time where I can safely say yes, there is indeed a new rad coming out that will be more high airflow optimized (as opposed to just push-pull which can be for silence also). I had posted pics of an engineering sample in this thread long ago too. But I don't know when it is going to be released and what it will cost.
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Do people light their resrervoirs? I haven't seen it done much and wasn't sure why, so I had a go last night.

Is it considered a tacky mod? I think it works ok.



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post #94620 of 106449
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Do people light their resrervoirs? I haven't seen it done much and wasn't sure why, so I had a go last night.

Is it considered a tacky mod? I think it works ok.




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Some reses come set up for it.

Can you explain where u taped a strip to? Inside the res?

I suppouse if ur strip is waterproof its okay.
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