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Well i really want to add a GPU Block to this loop, but i wonder if it's enough a 120 rad + the H220 rad?
And what do i need to add the gpu to the block?
I am new to Water cooling.

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120 should be enough, but additional 240 should give you much better headroom to overclock the CPU and GPU. The general rule I've read is 120 for every block in your loop, and 120 for additional overhead.


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120 should be enough, but additional 240 should give you much better headroom to overclock the CPU and GPU. The general rule I've read is 120 for every block in your loop, and 120 for additional overhead.

Thank you, i will do that and then post some pictures here.

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Thank you, i will do that and then post some pictures here.

How are your temps on the 3570k?

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I wanted to join this club but before release I got impatient and bout an H20-220 Elite from Swiftech. I mean, it's almost the same thing right? biggrin.gif
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How are your temps on the 3570k?

Well now i´m with 4.7ghz at 1.25 stable, the hottest core is at 65º

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Well now i´m with 4.7ghz at 1.25 stable, the hottest core is at 65º

@ 100% load without speedstep?

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@ 100% load without speedstep?

why does without speedstep matter? @ 100%load there won't be any difference between speedstep on or off.


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@ 100% load without speedstep?

yes of course 100% Load...at idle is at 19º the hottest one.

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why does without speedstep matter? @ 100%load there won't be any difference between speedstep on or off.

The reason I ask was because I recorded two slightly different temps when i had speedstep on and off.

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