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post #3611 of 3629 (permalink) Old 04-13-2019, 08:51 AM
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I have question with those using mora rads. I am thinking of downsizing from an caselabs s8 and going sliger cerebus x sff and using an mora rad for cooling. How much cooler would it be than two hwl 360mm rads(gtr and gtx). Also i assume i would still need say an 240mm rad setup inside the case correct?

This would be for an one cpu and gpu loop. Right now is an x299, 7920x (delidded) and 2080ti but looking to jump to amd 7nm/intel 10nm and 7nm gpu in 2020/2021. I would be transplanting cases only for now.
If you have an externally mounted MO-RA, you will definitely not need an additional internal 240. The MO-RA has way more surface, and it is constantly fed with cold ambient air, while not dumping the heat load back into the case. Definitely the most efficient cooling solution![/QUOTE]

Thanks. Looks like that the direction i should for next pc irregardless of the case i use. Look forward to your future products, i've reccomended your products to all my friends who want to watercool.
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Finally got my build up and working!

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very nice build.
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post #3614 of 3629 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 04:13 AM
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Does anyone know where to find a Pump Cover for the Heatkiller 200mm D5 Combo? I dont think Watercool sell this since I couldn't find any on their site. Does other pump cover work with on this combo? Thanks
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Does anyone know where to find a Pump Cover for the Heatkiller 200mm D5 Combo? I dont think Watercool sell this since I couldn't find any on their site. Does other pump cover work with on this combo? Thanks
I asked in DMs on their Twitter. Response was that the Barrow / Bitspower ones didn't fit.

I'm surprised Watercool don't make one themselves, I'm sure it'd be popular.
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There is no pump bottom cover on the market that can be used on their pump/res combo I think due to the pump and res attachment system that they use. Altho the pump cables can be sleeved or tugged away and all, but still what a bummer. Well, too bad because i was planning for a Heatkiller everything build but i guess i m gonna go for singularity computer res instead
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Probably not the best place to ask, but how do EK blocks compare to heatkiller? CPU or GPU


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Probably not the best place to ask, but how do EK blocks compare to heatkiller? CPU or GPU


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Thermal performance, usually not well, GPU wise. CPU, depends on the CPU and whether it's cheap or better EK solution; EK's first Threadripper block was dire for example.

Build quality much better on Heatkiller.

But Watercool seem to have some major supply issues at the moment. EK are available everywhere.
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Anyone know if the Heatkiller block can be used on a Asus 2080 Turbo? And if so anyone know where I can get a single slot IO bracket for it?
I need a new graphics card soon, would prefer Nvidia as I have a gsync panel but I need it to be single slot, every other RTX card has dual slot IO...
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Tbh you're going to get more current performance out of a Radeon VII than a 2080 if you're putting it under water, and it's not any more expensive - cheaper in most cases. Long term I'd expect it to age significantly better, as is usually the case.

With NVIDIA finally caving and supporting adaptive sync, staying hitched to monitors with a discrete Gsync controller doesn't seem very prudent. I'd ditch it and then you can move between AMD and NVIDIA (and soon Intel), depending on budget and what's on the market at the time. Discrete Gsync is dead long term, whatever NVIDIA say.
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