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14K in one 780? huh? I think is is a bug can you run it again. because I had a good ran on June 1 and 0 points. but I was on stock clocks on my 3570k and stock cooling on my shoebox

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In some blocks you don't need parallel , like koolance blocks are good in serial. thumb.gif

I haven't seen any reviews of the Koolance blocks for Titan/780. Are they any good?
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I haven't seen any reviews of the Koolance blocks for Titan/780. Are they any good?

In my experience koolance blocks are always well made and designed so I would say they are fairly decent!

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Hey jpongin, you may go Parallel on those blocks cuz Hydro's are restricted. It may slow you flow a bit. just double the link between blocks. thumb.gif

PS: and you post your hydro's frist than me sozo.gif

Thanks for the suggestion, but my experiments show that liquid flow rate has little effect on heat transfer. The biggest cooling factors are ambient air temps, cooling surface area, or convection rate - all are zero sum relationships. As such, I opted for surface area to keep loop, component, and sound design minimalistic and simple.

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GTX TITAN/780 blocks:

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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20358/ex-vga-37/EVGA_GeForce_GTX_Titan_Hydro_Copper_Waterblock_00-CU-G790-B1.html?tl=g30c311s1879


Koolance



http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=59_971_240_581


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http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=59_971_240_578

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http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_587&products_id=37490




To connect multiple blocks, the block maker may offer a bridge system or use "sli links" that are adjustable.


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I personally don't care for which is better when it comes to parallel and serial. I think aesthetically parallel looks a lot better so that's what I always do.

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If you're running two blocks, parallel or series flow, either is good. If you plan to run three blocks (780 limited to 3-way atm), I would recommend go with series but parallel should be fine too.

I've tested parallel vs series using four gpu blocks and series provides you with higher flow pressure.

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14K in one 780? huh? I think is is a bug can you run it again. because I had a good ran on June 1 and 0 points. but I was on stock clocks on my 3570k and stock cooling on my shoebox

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I personally don't care for which is better when it comes to parallel and serial. I think aesthetically parallel looks a lot better so that's what I always do.

Ah I see what you mean. I thought people meant parallel loops as in a separate loop for GPUs and a separate loop for CPU, but what you really mean is parallel flow between the SLI links. Got it.

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