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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 06-01-2013, 04:23 AM - Thread Starter
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Just in time. Excluding taking pictures it took roughly 24 hours. band.gif
I have a bad camera - the blue on case is much darker & deeper in reality (almost navy blue).
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Temps after 40 minutes gaming session. Pump @ 40%, Fans @ 7V (1300rpm), loop steel bleeding a bit. This is actually the first time I put my GPU on water - I am very, very happy about the temps.

ASUS GTX 670 @ stock
i5-750 [2.66GHz] @ 4.2Ghz

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Quite amazing, also your SSDs are not fix ? You just put them there ?
Anyway, nice and fast, congrats !

 
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Quite amazing, also your SSDs are not fix ? You just put them there ?
Anyway, nice and fast, congrats !

Everything is fixed, I could put the rig upside-down thumb.gif
SSD's - held by 3M velcros, the same with pump.
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Oh okay, I thought they weren't because one looked crooked :'D

 
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And so the word became flesh.
The bench is made within 24 hours.
Painted.
Water started to work.
Graphic temperature dropped 30 degrees C.
There was a pause, and provided any the full, free access to each element.
CONGRATULATIONS!!
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You're putting more and more practice and experience of large purchase.
Now you can relax with your favorite game.

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That's certainly a unique way to do a test bench. Looks good, though.

You should add something to support the video card; PCIe slots are pretty weak.

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That's certainly a unique way to do a test bench. Looks good, though.

You should add something to support the video card; PCIe slots are pretty weak.

I thought about it and I always do it in my benches, but the 2 tubes actually hold GPU firmly in place - it does not move at all. Only if I tilted the case extremely (which I'm not gonna do) something bad could happen.
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