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Pictures are on the way, uploading as I type.

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Why is no one looking at my build,

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Is this your final built? Nice setup. I wanna know what temps you get on cpu and gpu on that single loop.
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Is this your final built? Nice setup. I wanna know what temps you get on cpu and gpu on that single loop.
Low 60's @ 4.3GHz, 1.425V
Mid 40's on both 5970 cores.
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Lookin great fr0st!

I'm putting together my setup hopefully this week. I've got the HW labs GTX360 and I'm trying to figure out whether I'll be able to do just push with 38mm instead of 25mm fans in the bottom side. Any thoughts? Also, how did you do the "pull" fans having the bars on top of the radiator? did you have to put a seal or anything around the fans that were disrupted by the bars? Was there a disruption?

Btw that orange glow looks really badass. I ended up getting white tubing so that I can do whatever color and the white will likely take on that color as you've seen (or at least it looks like in pics) in your case.

Sounds like you're also getting great temps (of course I don't know what your room temps are, since you're just starting winter there [maybe]), but for 1.425V on an intel CPU, that seems like good temps. Right now on my H50 I'm at 1.288v on my 2600k and hit 70c with 26c room temps.

Thanks for your updates and sharing your great build. Hope you stick around here while you'll be serving
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get that other gpu under water
 
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Watercooling's addictive isn't it? I just started WC too but I don't have the chipset and ram blocks you have and I really want some. Maybe one day when I turn 17..oh wait that was years ago. One day soon
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Watercooling's addictive isn't it? I just started WC too but I don't have the chipset and ram blocks you have and I really want some. Maybe one day when I turn 17..oh wait that was years ago. One day soon
Haha, it is, I spend too much money on it, but it keeps me entertained.

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get that other gpu under water
Block's in the mail.

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Lookin great fr0st!

I'm putting together my setup hopefully this week. I've got the HW labs GTX360 and I'm trying to figure out whether I'll be able to do just push with 38mm instead of 25mm fans in the bottom side. Any thoughts? Also, how did you do the "pull" fans having the bars on top of the radiator? did you have to put a seal or anything around the fans that were disrupted by the bars? Was there a disruption?

Btw that orange glow looks really badass. I ended up getting white tubing so that I can do whatever color and the white will likely take on that color as you've seen (or at least it looks like in pics) in your case.

Sounds like you're also getting great temps (of course I don't know what your room temps are, since you're just starting winter there [maybe]), but for 1.425V on an intel CPU, that seems like good temps. Right now on my H50 I'm at 1.288v on my 2600k and hit 70c with 26c room temps.

Thanks for your updates and sharing your great build. Hope you stick around here while you'll be serving
I hope I'll stick around too. There's no threat in my first year, there'll be no active service. It's pretty much just a year long training course.

I've been folding 24/7 for a long time, it's night time, average winter night, just checked my temps and it's 58 on all cores.

The GTX360 is almost as thick as the RX360 if I can remember it. With just one fan in push or pull it will fit. You'll need to get longer screws though.

Honestly I'd just get 2 x 25mm fans on either side.
post #30 of 34
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Wow, I forgot about this

I've been pretty busy with school work and some wood work, selling the TV cabinet I just made to get some cash, I'm thinking about buying another EK block just to have them matching and not having to do what I've done with the tubing.

That, or some 45's.

Anyway, pics! (Sorry for no pics with the cathodes on, I'm using my phone at the moment.)





Oh, and here's the cabinet I made.

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