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Poll Results: Motherboard or WC stuff and PSU?

 
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    Motherboard (GF9300-I-E)?
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    PSU, Radiator, Block, tubing and fittings?
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post #61 of 98
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Originally Posted by mcpetrolhead View Post
Never seen that thing before, looks like it would do a good job of cooling though.

Any link to the water block makers work?
It should do a great job of cooling. Especially when I get 4 200mm fans hooked up instead of 9 120mm. Silent too.

As far as a link, this is a thread on a Turkish forum, run through Google translate. Link. I ordered the CPU block, VGA block, and Universal NB all with the clear tops.
post #62 of 98
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And a close up of block internals.
post #63 of 98
Interesting design, very high precision.

The water block seems like it is thicker then the stock heatsink, as it is, it looks like you graphics card is at the very edge of the case. Will the waterblock interfere with the side of the case?
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post #64 of 98
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I'm planning on modding the side accordingly. Think car hood scoop...
post #65 of 98
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I am very excited though... I'm em1r's first international customer!!!
post #66 of 98
Perhaps you should add in a small fan to keep air going past the ram chips on the graphics?
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post #67 of 98
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Don't think Enzotech copper ramsinks will cut it?
post #68 of 98
They would, but being at the very side of the case with minimal airflow its could be useful to have a small amount of air going past them. As there will no longer be a fan on the card, just the waterblock.
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post #69 of 98
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Originally Posted by jacobroufa View Post
It should do a great job of cooling. Especially when I get 4 200mm fans hooked up instead of 9 120mm. Silent too.

As far as a link, this is a thread on a Turkish forum, run through Google translate. Link. I ordered the CPU block, VGA block, and Universal NB all with the clear tops.
or even something like this http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...ming-soon.html
    
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post #70 of 98
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They would, but being at the very side of the case with minimal airflow its could be useful to have a small amount of air going past them. As there will no longer be a fan on the card, just the waterblock.
I'll have to figure something out, that's for sure. Thanks for thinking of it for me. One less thing I'll have to be surprised by... "Oh what's that? My computer's crashing because the GPU's overheating? But... Oh wait... I should have put a fan there..." LOL

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Originally Posted by Jolly-Swagman View Post
Yeah, I've seen that one already Jolly... Honestly though, I don't like the look of it. Looks more like a space heater..... I'll stick with the MoRa2 for now. Well... Not for now, because I've yet to get it. Got a Swifty 2x120 rad coming Saturday though, so that will have to suffice for the moment.
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