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I'd only ever need one.
or buy 550 TI and for 100 u gona have good GPU power .
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I already have one.
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post #7572 of 18197
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Here is my built, Many of the ideas were found on these great forums....

Let me know what you guys think... It is still (and always) be a work in progress...


Nice sandwiched rad setup!! Did you saw major difference versus one set of fans?

Overall pretty beautiful build thumb.gif
post #7573 of 18197
hey 600T proud owners!

I've followed this thread from almost the beginning but never posted a picture of mine rolleyes.gif
and now, that I got a nice 700€ Digital Reflex, maybe it's the right time biggrin.gif

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comments and thumbs up/down welcome!
post #7574 of 18197
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My Watercooling is Complete!

Looks nice, more pictures in your profile would be good so we can see the whole setup.

Just a couple quick questions though.

1. What make and model type is your rads, especially interested in your 200mm is it full copper.

2. Why do you have the watercooling going from your CPU and then into both GPUs, would you not seperate with one of your two rads.
Like this: RAD 360 » CPU » RAD 200 » GPU » GPU » RES » back to RAD 360
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post #7575 of 18197
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2. Why do you have the watercooling going from your CPU and then into both GPUs, would you not seperate with one of your two rads.
Like this: RAD 360 » CPU » RAD 200 » GPU » GPU » RES » back to RAD 360

The loop order doesn't really matter in that regard. It would only matter up to .5C to do it like that. Having a jungle of ugly tubes EVERYWHERE in a rig just seems like a big price to pay for .5C during load. It's not my rig, but that's my theory and how I'll be doing it as well when I get the money for watercooling stuff.

@Atistab: Awesome setup! I'm just curious, is that an EK 150 reservoir with an MCP 655 pump with a Koolance pump top?
 
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post #7576 of 18197
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Nice sandwiched rad setup!! Did you saw major difference versus one set of fans?
Overall pretty beautiful build thumb.gif

Really not much of a difference, I did end up removing the pull layer of fans, But it looks cool with it on... so maybe later get em back on...

Thank You for the thumbs up...

I had used Antech Formula 5 from my first built and was getting higher temps, reapplied with dif ways but no better, used the Antech Formula 7 and dropped 10C... I thought paste never expired but could not understand wt happened here... With the XSPC kit getting max 50C on BF3...

On a side note we have a server on BF3..
http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf3/servers/show/cd2190e0-484c-4a71-a675-7e069ade40df/SIR-Air-Maps-only-24-7-Conquest-1p-start/
Come and join us... i am usually on in the evenings...
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post #7577 of 18197
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The loop order doesn't really matter in that regard. It would only matter up to .5C to do it like that. Having a jungle of ugly tubes EVERYWHERE in a rig just seems like a big price to pay for .5C during load. It's not my rig, but that's my theory and how I'll be doing it as well when I get the money for watercooling stuff.

Cheers, I posted this question last week but no one replied. If its only 0.5,C difference I might just do mine with clean pipe layout thumb.gif
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post #7578 of 18197
I got my new 600T up and running but the power button wont power the machine on when I press it. I have to remove the side panel to hit the switch on the motherboard.
post #7579 of 18197
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I got my new 600T up and running but the power button wont power the machine on when I press it. I have to remove the side panel to hit the switch on the motherboard.

Well the obvious question is whether you've inserted the small pins in the motherboard correctly. It's quite easy to mess up the order, or even forgetting to do it biggrin.gif
 
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post #7580 of 18197
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Well the obvious question is whether you've inserted the small pins in the motherboard correctly. It's quite easy to mess up the order, or even forgetting to do it biggrin.gif

My mobo comes with a little plastic piece that should make connecting front panel connectors easier. It also helps if you actually plug them into the right port on the mobo too. doh.gif
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