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

  1. Sliver27

    Sliver27 New Member

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    I'll be going wc soon. currently have H70 on 920 cpu. I want to get the following

    swiftech triple rad, dd pump and ek water blocks for cpu and three gpus. I will be running this rig in an haf 932 adv case and I will be getting clear hosing and red coolant plus flashing red cathodes to compliment the case and work. 900$ bucks is curretn quote fully setup.
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    Depending on the GPU's, I would have thought a triple rad was a little bit on the small side for cooling. Maybe you could look into a bigger rad? or have more than one rad/loop? Or keep the H70 for the CPU and run the custom loop on the GPU's only.

    Enjoy the WCing mate :) You will love it.
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    and the other 2 sticks of ram... :roll:
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Would you mind coming over later? We could install that one thing we were talking about yesterday and take some pics with your badass camera. The most recent pics I have of my PC are from over a month ago when the first 7970 showed up...
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    depends, what hardware do you have to lend?:roll:
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    Got delayed a little bit since the Vertex 4 I was going to use basically died after updating the firmware, so I'm still using the old SATA II SSD. But anyways, here she is!

    Sorry for the strange lighting. I'll try to take some daytime shots in a few weeks when the replacement SSD comes.

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    I decided to try out a top-down cooling method with the H100. Figured it would work better if it's pulling fresh air from the outside rather than warmed air from inside the case. A quick look shows 28C stock idle, so it seems to be working.
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    Also, OH MY GOD the pump is annoying. It sounds just like a dying hard drive with the scratching.
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    ^^^ a hell of a lot cleaner cable management than mine... just cleaner overall, guess it's time to grab the air duster!

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    That's odd... I have an H100 and I cant hear the pump at all.

    Nice setup :) liking the white case.
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    theonedub habe fidem

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    The H60/80/100 suffer from bearing issues. Corsair just recently owned the fact that there is a problem and will be releasing information soon on how to RMA. My H60 is loud as all get out (slowing the pump and tapping the unit silences it until its rebooted), and upon closer inspection my H100 has a slight 'seeking' noise (probably not worth the hassle of RMAing it- but who knows).
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    Ah shit, what great luck I have. I'll worry about that later. Gotta deal with this OCZ RMA for now.
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    thats why i dont want to go water, because of noisy components like that.


    also, goddamnit OCZ. 3 out of 4 dead SSD's i hear of are OCZ, and i liked the brand until mine died :(
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    Looks fantastic:toast:

    The red SATA cables do a nice job of pulling everything together in a common theme. Too bad Corsair leaves the stub ends of the ugly yellow PSU cables bare.
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