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it seems like you maybe didnt do something right wit the EK block, because i have SLI gtx470 OCed from 607 to 800mhz, and my temps has never hit above 49c after 48 hours of folding

I'm pretty sure I did everything right. Cause this isn't my first w/c setup. At the same time every system is different, from setup to Rad to ambient temp etc. Plus all the temps were consistent and in the same environment as the xspc block so if the ek was of so would the xspc block. Considering I went xspc then ek then xpc in that staggered patteren I just don't see how I could messed up one blocks readings and not the other
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post #12 of 45
Interesting ... I was JUST about to pull the trigger on 2xEK blocks ... bah, now I am back to the drawing board!

Does the XSPC block have a cool xfire connector like the EK do?
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Interesting ... I was JUST about to pull the trigger on 2xEK blocks ... bah, now I am back to the drawing board!

Does the XSPC block have a cool xfire connector like the EK do?
It comes with the bare nesessaties Tim thermal pads spare o rings and plugs
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post #14 of 45
K, looks like I need a way to link them.

How can I cap the top/bottom of the cards to put them in parallel?
post #15 of 45
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K, looks like I need a way to link them.

How can I cap the top/bottom of the cards to put them in parallel?
Like this:


I'm using DD/TFC links on my Razor 6970 blocks and have them set up in parallel.
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Exactly like that
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Yup, I have that pictures saved for reference, but how do I cap the FC blocks on the top and bottom in the one slot?
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Yup, I have that pictures saved for reference, but how do I cap the FC blocks on the top and bottom in the one slot?
it comes with 2 plugs that u use to cap the ends ur not using for ur in and out
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post #19 of 45
sweet, one less thing to buy.

I am almost tempted to stick with the EK blocks, just because they have that slick xfire link.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...R48X058X0.html


Shame the numbers vary sooo drastically!
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it seems like you maybe didnt do something right wit the EK block, because i have SLI gtx470 OCed from 607 to 800mhz, and my temps has never hit above 49c after 48 hours of folding
People fail to realize that every ones temp maye it be ambient/idle/ under load will never be the same. Stressing something for 3 hrs being @ 50c is not that much different than folding @49c. Now i do understand that u did o/c ur 470 and i have no clue if a 470 tends to run hot or not, The point I am trying to make is that both test were done in the same enviroment and i did try to keep ambient temps with-in a reasonable +/- 1c. Now for arguement sake will say I did do something wrong but @ the same time why were the temps for both Blocks be consistent, in there respected temp ranges, while alternating from the Xspc to the EK w/b? Trust me im not a EK hater @ all I actually am a big fan of EK blocks as posted in the begining of this thread. What I will say is just remember that everyone will get a slighter, higher/lower temp in there systems compared to another rig, and bevcause of this their can be allot of determing factors for this ie. rads.... etc.
Edited by begjr2 - 3/17/11 at 8:26am
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