Going under water for the first time, part 2: moving to a new home
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June 4, 2010, 09:48 AM
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Location: Courtenay, B.C
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^^^ I've been doing a lot of "searching".....I would like to somehow be able to "make use" of my TJ09 Case....
Ginger: Yes, the 480's do produce a lot of heat...for example...the Stock Fan set at 80% and furmark will easily bring these GPU's to 100c within 20 min.
Here's a link to my Case.....designed for:
1 x 240 Rad up top
Thier appears to be Rad Mounting holes on the 120mm GPU Fan Intake shroud (and lots of room)
The only other place I see accessible for a small 120mm rad is the Top rear exhaust.
Perhaps NOT WC the Board Chipset and just go with the GPU's and CPU somehow....although it would sure be nice to cool this Evga Classified Chipset with Water as well..
SilverStone Technology Co., Ltd - Designing Inspiration
Introducing me n my OCD to Watercooling, is like taking an Alcoholic to an "all you can drink" Beach Bar in Mexico
My System Specs
Asus RIVE & XSPC Photon 170 D5 Vario combo
3930K @ 4.9 Ghz w EK Supremacy
16 GB -Dominator 1866 Mhz
SLi - Evga GTX 780Ti SC w EK Full WB's
SSD - 120GB Intel SATA 3 (OS n Apps) SSD - 240GB Vertex II SF (Games) HDD - 640 GB WD Black (Data) HDD - 2TB WD Red (Data)
Corsair AX 1.2 kW
Corsair 900D w XSPC RX480 / EX360 & EX240 - Lamptron FC9 Fan Controller
Onboard Realtek HD
- LG BD-RW DVD RW
Dell U2711 - 2560 x 1440 Res
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64
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