Originally Posted by DewMan
Originally Posted by seross69
Darlene just go ahead and get the tx10.
Get a TX10-D and put both systems in it and help recoup the cost of the TX10 by selling the current TH10A.
Just a thought. Good luck with your decision either way.
The TX10 / TX10-D just doesn't work for me, for the same reason that the STH10 or SMA8 wouldn't.
All of them are made for builds with lots of rads, and I doubt I'll ever do another build or refresh, (except maybe a SSF) that isn't a rad / chiller hybrid.
Here in the tropics, where it's summer all year round, all the rad space in the world still can't get your coolant temp any lower than ambient, so my voltages and overclocks are more limited than in cooler climates.
By adding plate style heat exchangers in a loop with just moderate raddage, and then having a chiller loop that runs thru the exchangers, I have the option to bring the main loop coolant below ambient where I can get better clocks with lower GPU / CPU temps at high load levels. . . . .
Additionally, at low to moderate loads, I don't need to run the chiller, as the rads are sufficient, and I don't have the noise of 50 fans on half a dozen rads running.
I'm not sure how great my setups would be for other locations, but for here, nothing else comes close for a serious, multi GPU setup.