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ach, it's actually my tapatalk signuature
haha, thats pretty awesome. I hate tapatalk on my blackberry, it sucks.
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H20 redux is actually mine. Load temps were because I had a 9V'd pump and one fan on an average Rad. Other Guy had the best 120 Rad money could buy + twin gtap14 fans.

sent from my PC with a keyboard
I still find it hard to believe unless he lives at the north pole or some alternate world with different physics. My RX120 (which is comparable to a SR1 120) cooling a 6950 unlocked with a ek block... gpu only hits 52c loaded. In SPCR's review they hit 40c deltas with the SR1 120 and a 580, gpu only. There are some minor differences, but that other dude is running a cpu block as well and he got 40c load vs SPCR's 95c. Again, between those two, someone's doing something wrong.

http://www.silentpcreview.com/forums...61412&p=532337
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There are some minor differences, but that other dude is running a cpu block as well and he got 40c load vs SPCR's 95c. Again, between those two, someone's doing something wrong.
There could be all kinds of variables, from ambient temps all the way down to how temperatures are being measured.
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I still find it hard to believe unless he lives at the north pole or some alternate world with different physics. My RX120 (which is comparable to a SR1 120) cooling a 6950 unlocked with a ek block... gpu only hits 52c loaded. In SPCR's review they hit 40c deltas with the SR1 120 and a 580, gpu only. There are some minor differences, but that other dude is running a cpu block as well and he got 40c load vs SPCR's 95c. Again, between those two, someone's doing something wrong.

http://www.silentpcreview.com/forums...61412&p=532337
He lives in the sierras. I can litterally drive over to his house, that's how close we are (in terms of distance). Then again, he is running everything underclocked, like I am. As it's still a WIP, he has yet to publish official results, since he's still dealing with a noisey pump.
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