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post #691 of 1836 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 12:02 PM
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what about a aio mod? I'm thinking of a v64 air with a 140mm aio rad on used market (if a 140 rad aio was ever made, dunno but since I have a 140 rear fan extraction I would like to keep it) and passive cooling the vrms.....ghetto mod that could be more effective than air cooling without going full lc custom loop, at least for now....



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Well, I could go with a 280 rad AIO, and I have looked into it. I just would like a non-ghetto solution, lol. And, I'll be honest, an AIO mounted on a GPU just doesn't look very nice through the case window.

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Well, I could go with a 280 rad AIO, and I have looked into it. I just would like a non-ghetto solution, lol. And, I'll be honest, an AIO mounted on a GPU just doesn't look very nice through the case window.
It isn't too hard to make it look fairly stock. This isn't a great pic, but here is a side by side from testing crossfire with a stock VII on top and the AIO card on the bottom. Also a V56 I did previously
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It doesn't need to be, but, if they made one with even more surface area I wouldn't complain about it. I only use the single PCI-E so it could take 5 entire PCI-E slots with fans and it wouldn't bother me.
Roger. I thought I may have missed a piece of info about the Morpheus and the RVII.

I doubt it would really need to get any bigger, it's already bigger than any cooler you would get on a custom card. Combined with the fact that you can use 120mm fans that move a lot more air than 90mm fans (nearly double the fan area) and you end up with something very quiet that can dissipate a lot of heat.

I think I am keeping my RVII so I will try and fit the Morpheus to it this weekend but I don't have any pads to actually test it.

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I think I am keeping my RVII so I will try and fit the Morpheus to it this weekend but I don't have any pads to actually test it.
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I wish EK would get with the program and make one that's black everywhere except for where the water is, instead of all clear or all black. It's a real PITA to put film over the plexi and cut out the water area.

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Karlitos, good to hear from you. I picked up a Radeon VII and game on it with a Ryzen 7-2700x rig in my sig below. Solid card.

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I wish EK would get with the program and make one that's black everywhere except for where the water is, instead of all clear or all black. It's a real PITA to put film over the plexi and cut out the water area.
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I wish EK would get with the program and make one that's black everywhere except for where the water is, instead of all clear or all black. It's a real PITA to put film over the plexi and cut out the water area.
To me the Heatkiller IV, Aqua Computing and Phanteks blocks that only show the water flow hideous. I hope they offer the plexi+copper without RGB.

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