I'm looking into cooling my x1900xtx with liquid cooling as well. I would check out some of the Danger Den blocks and add them to your loop. I would advise getting an experienced opinion as I am a newbie at liquid cooling.
Originally Posted by <strong>bobcool</strong>
<div style="font-style:italic">I have a tyee and IT ROCKS, IMO.</div>
</div>That is the one I was referring to. The Tyee. It is considerably pricey compared to the maze 4, though. I haven't used either (yet). Would you say the Tyee performance is worth the price. I don't plan on OCing my graphics card anytime soon.
I have a tyee and its RIDICULOUSLY awesome, both aesthetically and functionally. It keeps my GPU in the upper 40s (sometimes 51-52C under hours of continuous play, but I have an internal rad).<br><br>
Its great, offers wonderful overclock and looks awesome. Its just very expensive. I got mine secondhand with this graphics card.<br><br>
Earlier blocks are nice, too, but dont actively cool ram (see sig....=D).
Thats the thing though, with the tyee, I wouldn't want my rams adding temperature to the same copper block as the gpu.<br />
I don't know exactly how the mcw60 and maze4 compare though, I bought a pelt block <img src="/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />
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