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Finished update my GTX560Ti SLi Watercooled.

post #1 of 12
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I finally finished putting all the parts together today, at leaking test phase atm.

Mainly for 560Ti SLi.... using Heatkiller GPU-X 560

Let me know what you think. My youtube vid below. I have more photos ready for tomorrow too.

[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fKYtpKkHrQ"]Youtube video[/ame]
Edited by nden - 4/22/11 at 4:02am
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Looking quite secksee.
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Very nice.. But next time try not to shake the cam <:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by IzorkX;13133803 
Very nice.. But next time try not to shake the cam <:

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Quote:
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Looking quite secksee.
Thanks
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Very nice.. But next time try not to shake the cam <:
Video with iPhone (ehhhh)... Hard to handheld this tiny device. I'll try my best next time
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Photos:

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tL_watercooled_02_960-595x396.jpg

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Edited by nden - 4/15/11 at 11:53am
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shouldn't you have the inlet of the pump hooked to the res? Looks like it pulling it straight from the gpu and then heading to the res
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MRHANDS;13134732 
shouldn't you have the inlet of the pump hooked to the res? Looks like it pulling it straight from the gpu and then heading to the res

My loop is: res>pump>gpu>gpu>cpu>rad>res
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For the temp:

GPUs idle at 29ºC. CPU idle at 40ºC

CPU load is around 58-62ºC (Prime95 for 1 hour).

GPUs load around 35ºC (running 3Dmark11 benchmark).

Ambient (room) temp is 23ºC.

I have both Pumps MCP655 set at speed 5. What do you guys think?
Edited by nden - 4/15/11 at 8:17am
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Looks nice!

I really like the color scheme. It's also nice to see that it still gives you excellent temperatures. I have too many times seen a mod sacrifice looks for temperature, but yours does both quite well!
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