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post #21 of 3886 (permalink) Old 04-09-2010, 04:28 AM
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post #22 of 3886 (permalink) Old 04-10-2010, 03:02 AM
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Expecting my ud7 tommorow do you guys use the passive cooler or wc block just wondering if it makes much difference
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post #24 of 3886 (permalink) Old 04-11-2010, 01:31 AM
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Expecting my ud7 tommorow do you guys use the passive cooler or wc block just wondering if it makes much difference
I'll be using the waterblocks to be able to use the PCI-E x1 slots And welcome!

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Cheers heard a lot of people don't like the Lrge passive cooler or the small barbs on the water block.

wonder if anyone's unbolted the water block which leaves a good flat surface and mounted a small passive heatsink like this or this says it works with ud5
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I've heard that the board doesn't get that hot, even when overclocked, so that would probably do the trick with good case ventilation.

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Expecting my ud7 tommorow do you guys use the passive cooler or wc block just wondering if it makes much difference
I was using the passive hybrid pipe thing. Removed it this morning and I have the exact same NB temps. Doesnt worth using it IMHO.


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I will have plenty of input and questions tomorrow morning.

Good living review if you havent seen it. I've posted some of the issues I have had with this board.

Nevermind the 7900GT I have in my sig and and photo, I am only using it while I get this system up and running. The "having problems" link in my sig is a taste of the problems I have had with this board.


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I was using the passive hybrid pipe thing. Removed it this morning and I have the exact same NB temps. Doesnt worth using it IMHO.
So now your using water block or are you running with none at all.
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So now your using water block or are you running with none at all.
running with nothing at all. I havent seen a one degree in temps difference with the hybrid pipe installed or not.

With my current overclock my northbridge idle in the mid to high 40's (after +/- 30 minutes of being idle) and gets in the high 50's after 30+ minutes of gaming.

I didnt bother trying to hook up the water block to my loop. The temps are fine like they are now and with the way the stock water block is designed, I would be surprised that it's worth it (just like the hybrid pipe thing...)


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