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Level with me here guys on the 45 degree bend from pump to the GPU isn't exactly the best or straight (my first hardline attempt double 90 took three hours lol). But i've leak tested for 72hrs without issue. Should i go ahead and redo it?
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It all depends on what it looks like to you in person... And if you are willing to be without a computer for that long!
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That's very nice, also (relating to your recent posts and pics re the other rig). I really love that blue cooling liquid but I have yet to use anything other than clear PC cooling liquid with the usual additives (re corrosion, bio) + distilled water ...because I'm a bit paranoid about the new liquids (pastels, neon etc) re. longer term use and degradation, deposits on fins etc. But since I have used them, I don't really know
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That's very nice, also (relating to your recent posts and pics re the other rig). I really love that blue cooling liquid but I have yet to use anything other than clear PC cooling liquid with the usual additives (re corrosion, bio) + distilled water ...because I'm a bit paranoid about the new liquids (pastels, neon etc) re. longer term use and degradation, deposits on fins etc. But since I have used them, I don't really know
Stay away from colors liked red, uv stuff , or effects coolant and you should be fine. I've never had a problem with mayhems pastel blue in the 6 yrs or so of using it.
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Stay away from colors liked red, uv stuff , or effects coolant and you should be fine. I've never had a problem with mayhems pastel blue in the 6 yrs or so of using it.

Thanks - that time period of use sounds encouraging...I think I'll try it out on one of my older but still-in-use w-cooled rigs...what is the make / name of that blue liquid you're using ?
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It looks fine to me i guess i was worried more or less by a little pressure on the fittings since the run isn't as clean as it needs to be. Rig has been down since Christmas lol i honestly don't feel like bending any more. I wanna drain it, fill back up with Pastel Friday, and go.

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Level with me here guys on the 45 degree bend from pump to the GPU isn't exactly the best or straight (my first hardline attempt double 90 took three hours lol). But i've leak tested for 72hrs without issue. Should i go ahead and redo it?
not unless you're really that anally retentive about something no one will ever see.

I'd be more focused on finding a way to remove as many of those 90s as possible. Double your flow rates, drop 1-2c.
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not unless you're really that anally retentive about something no one will ever see.

I'd be more focused on finding a way to remove as many of those 90s as possible. Double your flow rates, drop 1-2c.
I probably should but as bad as this sounds i don't feel like messing with it lol. Also been running this 780 for a while and even with Skyn3t's Bios had a hard time getting past 1250 on the core. Bit disappointed or maybe i'm too much of a novice but neither 780 classy i've been able to run at 1300+ like i wanted. I thought i might have been lacking on power when i had the SLi setup with just an 850w PSU. I've got my seasonic x-1250 Gold in this one so maybe that gives me more headroom. 3770k is still at 4.5ghz as usual. Even with the flow restriction with 120x6 of rad space it should be fine right?

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I probably should but as bad as this sounds i don't feel like messing with it lol. Also been running this 780 for a while and even with Skyn3t's Bios had a hard time getting past 1250 on the core. Bit disappointed or maybe i'm too much of a novice but neither 780 classy i've been able to run at 1300+ like i wanted. I thought i might have been lacking on power when i had the SLi setup with just an 850w PSU. I've got my seasonic x-1250 Gold in this one so maybe that gives me more headroom. 3770k is still at 4.5ghz as usual. Even with the flow restriction with 120x6 of rad space it should be fine right?
You need more than Sky's BIOS to get those clocks. You need the NCP voltage controller hack.

Go to the original Titan Owners Club. All the info you need is in the sig.

Assuming the card is under water, 1400mhz + should be easily attainable if my memory serves. All you gotta do is up the voltage, which as said above. Is explained in the Titan Club, and is all done via command prompt. I know Zawarudo made a tool for it as well (RIP)

oh wait, it's a classy. You'll have to go to the Classy club for specific steps on upping voltage. I'm pretty sure NV had already caught into the buck controller hacks by the time 780 classy released, which means access might be a bit harder, or even require that EVGA OC panel that no longer exists.
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