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Anyone here looked into water chillers? I forgot to turn my ac off this morning and my room was blistering cold, so I decided to start up linx to warm things up and my 930 at 4.2 barely hit 45c at peak...pretty amazing stuff.
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Question I'm getting a RX 360 but what would be a good block for my GTX 480? and what other hardware should I buy with the kit
I really like the AquagraFX 480 water block, great cooling across the entire card, low restriction, looks awesome.

You'll want to replace the tubing, as the stuff that comes with the kit isn't very good. The PrimoChill PrimoFlex tubing is nice, you can get 7/16in or 1/2in tubing. (Use 7/16in tubing for a more secure fit) You could also get compression fittings if you like them.

Other than that you don't really need anything else hardware wise.

You'll need a KillCoil or Ptnuke, and distilled water also.

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Anyone here looked into water chillers? I forgot to turn my ac off this morning and my room was blistering cold, so I decided to start up linx to warm things up and my 930 at 4.2 barely hit 45c at peak...pretty amazing stuff.
I've been thinking about it, they're pretty costly though. I'm rather happy with my current temps and a chiller would just be a luxury.
Edited by Taylorsci - 8/14/11 at 9:08pm
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Chillers are more elaborate and draw more electricity. You're basically going to run everything cooler, but with no additional increase in OC ability. Only DICE and LN2 give you more, but thats for benchmarks only.
     
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Looks nice! You need to get those cards under too
Thanks! Indeed I do - any recommendations on blocks for 460s? - not that they need them
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Just some pictures of the Rasa setup and the mod to my 600T

another view:

and I cut some of the top metal to fit the RS360:

Sorry for the bad lighting, haha.
Oh and I forgot to mention I have a GPU water block on its way, more pics when complete
add me to the club?
Edited by breent - 8/15/11 at 1:29am
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A 360 rad would take three 120mm fans to cool properly, you only have two exhaust holes in the top of your case. Which means you would have 2 fans moving air on the radiator, thus similar performance to a 240 radiator. As spRICE said you would have to mod the case for a third hole for the fan.
HAF 932 works just fine with 360 rads, check these pictures : http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...review-12.html
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Anyone here looked into water chillers? I forgot to turn my ac off this morning and my room was blistering cold, so I decided to start up linx to warm things up and my 930 at 4.2 barely hit 45c at peak...pretty amazing stuff.
When I have my AC on I can get some neat temps. Normally it'l only cool to 16'c but I can hotwire the sensor in the evaporator wall unit so it thinks it's 10'c hotter then it really is. 6'c room temp.... Fridge room! Only done it twice for teh lol's. Uses quite a bit of electricity... 20'c is just right for me.
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HAF 932 works just fine with 360 rads, check these pictures : http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...review-12.html
The case Taylorsci was responding about is a XION Predator, who said anything about a 932?

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I was wondering if someone here could answer my question.

Heres my case: http://www.xionusa.com/Product-case-AXP970-001BK.asp

I was wondering if a RX360 Radiator could fit inside the case on the top panel. The case says it fits a dual 120mm radiator, but would it have trouble fitting a RX360 rad?
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The case Taylorsci was responding about is a XION Predator, who said anything about a 932?
Thanks for that, I was just about to say the same thing.
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Thanks! Indeed I do - any recommendations on blocks for 460s? - not that they need them

I have the Razor 460 blocks on my GPU's and they work great! I was hitting 75c on full load (probably because it's summer). That was just a little too hot for me. I've changed the TIM twice using Gelid's TIM and noctua's TIM with the reference coolers, and the cards still get hot. After slapping those razor blocks on, my cards, they dont get over 48c on default settings. When the cards are overclocked, the temps. do not go over 56c. (im currently using Noctua TIM). Here's what the blocks would look like on the 460's;


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