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Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post

I have always been very cautious when it comes to watercooling, but i just couldnt resist in the end. I can tell you it was really fun building the loop and when you fill it up and turn it on for the first time...WOW!

I really want to watercool my GPU's now problem is the kit i just got wont be good enough for two GPU's aswell. A loop for everything was going to cost me £550+ whereas this cost me £135. I seriously want my GPU's done though because watercooling is amazing! I now need to think how i can adapt my current loop to take 2 GPU's awwell. My guess is im going to need a new pump / res, a 200mm radiator and a 120mm radiator, GPU blocks, more coolant, more tubing. The only think i can probably keep is the CPU block!!

The pump is completely silent, so much so im worried its not even on lol a little tip of the case confirms its working though as it gargles

I just ran PRIME95 over night, 1.206v at 4.6ghz and it passed with flying colours. No leaks from my system either. I can boot and play games at 4.8ghz 1.260v but prime crashes. I might go upto 1.3v if im feeling brave to see how far it will go.

Temps are about 10c better than my H100 overall. My idle is 26,27,27,28 and load temps in prime95 were 74,80,79,74 which isn't bad for 4.6ghz.I think i can probably lower the voltage a little, i just whacked it up and will work backwards from there.

Do you really think i have a golden chip? I'm starting to think i might!

This is why i don't waste money of all-in-one watercoolers. Especially the high end corsair ones. You would have been much better off buying a equally priced XSPC kit and the end results would have been same idle but 40-50 load temps.

my 2500K @ 4.7 never goes over 46 even when all my fans run 5-7 volts.
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This is why i don't waste money of all-in-one watercoolers. Especially the high end corsair ones. You would have been much better off buying a equally priced XSPC kit and the end results would have been same idle but 40-50 load temps.

my 2500K @ 4.7 never goes over 46 even when all my fans run 5-7 volts.

AIO water coolers are not a waste of money. My H100 cost me $99 CDN. You cannot get a full loop for $100 in Canada. Also, my 3.3GHz i5 2500K is running at 4.5GHz, which is more than 1GHz overclock, so my H100 is working great.

On top of that, I don't have to maintain my H100 at all. I put it in, and leave it alone and it just works.

Lastly, if anything goes wrong within the 5 year warranty, and it causes a leak from a manufacturing defect, Corsair will not only replace the cooler, but will also replace any parts damaged by the cooler, which I call peace of mind. On the other hand, anyone putting in their own loop, if they get a leak, they are boned.

Anyone who thinks AIO water coolers are "a waste of money" has no idea what they are talking about.
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AIO water coolers are not a waste of money. My H100 cost me $99 CDN. You cannot get a full loop for $100 in Canada. Also, my 3.3GHz i5 2500K is running at 4.5GHz, which is more than 1GHz overclock, so my H100 is working great.

On top of that, I don't have to maintain my H100 at all. I put it in, and leave it alone and it just works.

Lastly, if anything goes wrong within the 5 year warranty, and it causes a leak from a manufacturing defect, Corsair will not only replace the cooler, but will also replace any parts damaged by the cooler, which I call peace of mind. On the other hand, anyone putting in their own loop, if they get a leak, they are boned.

Anyone who thinks AIO water coolers are "a waste of money" has no idea what they are talking about.
I can't but agree with you on that one, if i were to get a custom loop for my CPU + 780 it would roughly cost me 900-1000$ (yes prices are much steeper here) And a H100i here costs around 140$, the H100i has a much better price to performance ratio than a custom loop. Of course you can't get an AIO for the GPU without doing a custom one, but honestly for me i don't see the need really i could just get a ACX if i was very concerned about temps.

The reason people get custom loops is 90% for the looks and is what it should be for honestly, it's overkill for many to do a custom loop because of the price. Sure you also get VERY nice temperatures and lower voltages, but honestly unless you live around the equator i for one don't see that big a reason to spend so much on it. Especially when i like changing out parts somewhat frequently (ofc not saying it's that hard to change out, just another hassle for me)

I would love to get a custom loop, but only when i have all the other things i want, there are tonnes of other stuff i'd rather spend my money on. For me it's "Perfomance > Looks" though many probably have it the other way around. Sure i like good looking components as much as the next guy but wouldn't tear of an arm to get it, since i spend my time looking at the screen not the computer.

Anyways that's my 2cents.gif
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 8/11/13 at 4:29pm
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Also, let's not forget about the H220, which is an expandable AIO.
post #11585 of 18217
I have to put my 2cents.gif worth in. Closed loop systems are great, they get people interested in water cooling and for the less experienced or concerned a great entry point.

From experience, I would agree that almost 90% of people do it just for the looks. But not all of us, I did mine because the temps on my GPU during made during summer made my system unusable over long periods.

Performance should always be the driving force behind moving into a full open loop system. Of course when you have spent that much money you also want it to look freakin sweet. biggrin.gif

I ran with my H100 for ages, these are really awesome. Even kept my 4.7 overclock stable.

Its always the waterblocks for the GPU's that drive up water cooling cost and I think what also restricts the acceptance of it. If the GPU manufactures could agree to or even look into making a common mounting point on there reference cards similar to how CPU blocks are then we could just by one or multiple GPU blocks and just replace the cards and not the waterblocks as well.

So all you water cooling junkies out there, raise your fingers and send email after email to NVIDIA and the likes to look into this. The more people that suggest it the more likely they will adopt it. thumb.gif
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So I haven't posted here or bought anything since I got my 600T, as I moved into a new home and now have a little one on the way (up to week 21!). But yesterday when I finally had some money put together, I decided to go..... well, shopping smile.gif As anyone would do..
He's a sneak peak at most of what I picked up, sorry about the quality, will post more when its all together biggrin.gif



Also, can anyone recommend a good CPU cooler, as I'm on the stock cooler for now.. I will dive into the custom water-cooling eventually, but need a good air cooler until I gather some more coin smile.gif
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post #11587 of 18217
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So I haven't posted here or bought anything since I got my 600T, as I moved into a new home and now have a little one on the way (up to week 21!). But yesterday when I finally had some money put together, I decided to go..... well, shopping smile.gif As anyone would do..
He's a sneak peak at most of what I picked up, sorry about the quality, will post more when its all together biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Also, can anyone recommend a good CPU cooler, as I'm on the stock cooler for now.. I will dive into the custom water-cooling eventually, but need a good air cooler until I gather some more coin smile.gif


Nice components! Can't wait to see what you'll do with it! wink.gif

I'd say go for the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. Great bang for the buck, fairly cheap and will do miles better than the stock cooler. tongue.gif
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Nice components! Can't wait to see what you'll do with it! wink.gif

I'd say go for the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. Great bang for the buck, fairly cheap and will do miles better than the stock cooler. tongue.gif
^^^^ This....I did put one in my wife's rig about 2 weeks ago and its a really quiet little thing,plus it cools nicely,having said that i would really try and go with a corsair 100i,that would really compliment all those really nice looking parts you bought....http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_23&products_id=22307....
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post #11589 of 18217
You can't mean that you pick a 1200w PSU, when that build only need around 600W.

Your effecience drops lower when you get an overkill psu.

1 gpu = 550w
2 gpu = 750w
3 gpu =1000w

With OC and custom WC then get like 50w more
    
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I'll just buy 2 more Titans then... rolleyes.gif
Actually my friend had it for a build that never happened, so I got it for next to nothing, couldn't turn that offer down smile.gif
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