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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Chicken Patty

    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    How's that Swiftech cooler working out peet?
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    Don't worry if you do choose to do water cooling for your video cards. The first time I did I was a little nervous too.... I mean come on that shit is expensive if you screw up. But if you take your time..... use good screw clamps to hold your tubing in place..... and always I mean always test it outside the case first..... u will never run into any problems. I have been water cooling for a little while now.... and I have yet to have a leak because of following those rules. So I say you should go for it.... especially if you just ordered your 3rd GTX 580.

    If you want to start out slow go for CPU water cooling only first. That way you can see if you like it before you spend that much money.

    Thanks for the compliments on my rig BTW.....I loved showing it off.... it has been awhile since I have had any money to show new things off. But now that I am not laid off anymore.... all is good! :toast:
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    I like it! Its a bit loud at full speed, but simple to install, and it seems to fit a lot of boards w/o clearance issues;)
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    Good stuff. :)
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    Here's 2 quick shots of my newly reconstituted Vulcan. Four months ago it drowned in an early water cooling test and would not work for two weeks. I left it for dead. :ohwell:

    On a whim, I tried once more. It lives again, and now water-cooled with my XPSC Rasa. :D

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    rest assured it was the hardware I was referring to :D
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    The Razer Imperator same mamba hardware without that lazy crappy wireless system, wired is the best !!

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    :roll: what is it about broken hardware coming back to life this month?

    That Torchwood shizzle's real man :laugh:

    Good to hear it's going PM!
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    Look what came in the mail today, more pics to be up in the sexy hardware thread
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    Nice, so that's what you've been working on. Also HOLY RESOLUTION BATMAN! I think i can see atoms *_*
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    i have my 60 gig agility 3 behind the mb tray, and will get one or 2 more for some RAID 0 fun later, and if i want more storage in the case i can just get 2.5" regular disks
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    Isn't that a bit of an overkill? Look at the size of that rad and reservior!
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    Overkill is awesome!
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    that just looks amazing bro!
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    Got three new monitors:

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    Oh it's amazing! Before I could only play stuff like BBC2 on med and even then I would only get about 45 fps. With this I'm getting 90+ on high! It's making me wonder about how good crossfire would be :3
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    3x Asus VW266H 1920x1200 ?

    If so where did you get them? If they were available when I tried Eyefinity I would have only had to buy 2 :(

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    NVM saw your reply in the Eyefinity Club, Asus VW246H's. You get rid of your VW266H ?
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