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Anyone know if I can fit Hardwarelabs SR-2 Multiport in the front Flex bay (240) and attach a Res/pump combo and still have enough clearance? Or should I just got with Hardwarelabs 240GTS?
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

I just copied my post from "the mod" club and put it here, maybe you guys could help me too.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?


This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?

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Originally Posted by Ithanul View Post

Hmmm, I know one guy over in the 970 thread has pulled off putting a universal block on a ASUS 970 Turbo under its shroud. Think it would depend on how much room you have to work with under the shroud.


I wasn't too sure what he wanted but now i do. Its been done quite a bit as long as you can fit the universal block and modify the stock cooler to accommodate the block. Turbine coolers are the route to go as you can keep the fan if its on the far end to cool your vrm and vram.
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Single loop, pumps in series (not sequential).


Pumps in series are sequential. Unless you mean in different parts of the loop?
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Pumps in series are sequential. Unless you mean in different parts of the loop?


Yes:
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Anyone have some input to my question:

Noticed that the first pump/res unit is holding full water and if I undo the plug, water pushes out immediately. The second pump/res is holding a pocket of air that I purge but it doesn't change its water level??? Even if I shut off the second pump, the first pump still pushes upwards where as in the past, the water level on the one-pump-loop would always drop as soon as air pressure was relieved when undoing the plug.


Loop is holding up fantastically and not a single issue with any of the fittings, reservoirs, tops, etc. Barrow stuff. I did triple check everything and made sure the o-rings were not chewed up after re-installing the entire loop after painting the rads (and the entire case redface.gif).






edit: loop order; pump/res #1 > mb > cpu > gpu/gpu> 480 > 480 > 480> 480 > pump/res #2 > 480 > 560 > 560 > 480 > pump/res #1...


My post got buried under the discussion of flows and meters tongue.gif
Edited by wermad - 2/15/16 at 10:33pm
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I wasn't too sure what he wanted but now i do. Its been done quite a bit as long as you can fit the universal block and modify the stock cooler to accommodate the block. Turbine coolers are the route to go as you can keep the fan if its on the far end to cool your vrm and vram.
Where did you get that picture, and what do you mean by turbine cooler?
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Hmmm, I know one guy over in the 970 thread has pulled off putting a universal block on a ASUS 970 Turbo under its shroud. Think it would depend on how much room you have to work with under the shroud.
Do you happen to remember who that was?
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Where did you get that picture, and what do you mean by turbine cooler?
Do you happen to remember who that was?

He means radial fans rather than axial.
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Where did you get that picture, and what do you mean by turbine cooler?
Do you happen to remember who that was?

Just pulled it off a web search. That's an older setup and mind you the blocks were slightly smaller back then. I know Kpforce1 modded his three Titans (og titans) with the swiftech blocks. That ek thermalsphere is bigger, so I would search further if someone has done it with this block.

Turbine coolers are the one's w/ the fan on the end, and they're also called "blower" style coolers. These have the fan positioned away from the gpu core and that allows you to sneak in the block or aio block. See bnegative's post too.

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http://www.overclock.net/t/1306477/mod-build-log-beginner-force1-sr-2-3-way-sli-titans-xeons-3000w-of-power-lianli-water-and-copper/190#post_19572692

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Just had to show this one too. Epic stuff:
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Where did you get that picture, and what do you mean by turbine cooler?
Do you happen to remember who that was?

Give me a bit I got the link saved since I was planning to do the same with my 970 Turbo.

Heres the link: http://www.overclock.net/t/1564888/alphacool-gpx-owners-club-and-information-thread/90_30
     
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

I just copied my post from "the mod" club and put it here, maybe you guys could help me too.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?


This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?

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Originally Posted by Ithanul View Post

Hmmm, I know one guy over in the 970 thread has pulled off putting a universal block on a ASUS 970 Turbo under its shroud. Think it would depend on how much room you have to work with under the shroud.


I wasn't too sure what he wanted but now i do. Its been done quite a bit as long as you can fit the universal block and modify the stock cooler to accommodate the block. Turbine coolers are the route to go as you can keep the fan if its on the far end to cool your vrm and vram.
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Ah! Looks familiar!


The good olde' days of the GTX580 with a CLC cooler! Good stuff! Maxed at 52C! To contrast today...my H60 modded CLC with a 240 rad cools my 970 to a max of 38C depending on ambient.
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

I just copied my post from "the mod" club and put it here, maybe you guys could help me too.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?



This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?

You would also need heat sinks for the VRM and the RAM . I did it on a AMD card its a pain in the wa zuu and by the time your done better off with the full block. Good luck
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