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demo Nov 22, 2017 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by ULTRATRON38 (Post 1338035176)
Behold..... Q-Bert-tra-tron :cool:




DJ Q-Bert ftw ;)

Seyiji Nov 22, 2017 01:46 AM

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Originally Posted by ULTRATRON38 (Post 1338035176)
Behold..... Q-Bert-tra-tron :cool:

[IMG]https://i.imgur.com/km163mj.jpg[/IMgG]

[IMG]https://i.imgur.com/CwC2q2t.jpg[/IgMG]



Woo


^_^

nycdarkness Nov 26, 2017 06:01 PM

Bill would approve. Titans going to the intel build so:



KAC Nov 27, 2017 04:55 AM

Damn looks tight.

bill dennison Nov 27, 2017 11:32 AM

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Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338036085)
Bill would approve. Titans going to the intel build so:



I do
looks great
how are the temps on the Poseidon's my 980's ran great and they improved the waterblock since then

....
but hap says sli/cfx is dead :lol:

nycdarkness Nov 27, 2017 01:56 PM

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Originally Posted by bill dennison (Post 1338036210)
I do
looks great
how are the temps on the Poseidon's my 980's ran great and they improved the waterblock since then

....
but hap says sli/cfx is dead :lol:

Temps are alright. Not as good as a dedicated block for sure. I'd say about 2-3c on idle and about 5-6c weaker on full load. Very restrictive blocks though. Parallel requires serious head pressure, serial works much better.

aviphysics Nov 27, 2017 03:39 PM

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Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338036234)
Temps are alright. Not as good as a dedicated block for sure. I'd say about 2-3c on idle and about 5-6c weaker on full load. Very restrictive blocks though. Parallel requires serious head pressure, serial works much better.

Parallel requires more head pressure? You mean because one card is less restrictive and steels most of the flow? Unless the tubing that supplies the fluid flow is around as restrictive as the water block, for a given minimum flow rate through each water block, parallel should require less head pressure (though it may require much more than double the total flow out of the pump, if the restrictions aren't balananced.)

I expect that serial would work better, because it would prevent flow imbalance. In any cheap water cooling setup (i.e. not an industrial water cooling system with monitoring and control of each loop) you should plumb in serial, because it greatly decreases the chances that you will wind up with hardly any flow going to any individual component.

nycdarkness Nov 27, 2017 08:57 PM

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Originally Posted by aviphysics (Post 1338036249)
Parallel requires more head pressure? You mean because one card is less restrictive and steels most of the flow? Unless the tubing that supplies the fluid flow is around as restrictive as the water block, for a given minimum flow rate through each water block, parallel should require less head pressure (though it may require much more than double the total flow out of the pump, if the restrictions aren't balananced.)

I expect that serial would work better, because it would prevent flow imbalance. In any cheap water cooling setup (i.e. not an industrial water cooling system with monitoring and control of each loop) you should plumb in serial, because it greatly decreases the chances that you will wind up with hardly any flow going to any individual component.

What i meant is these are some fairly restrictive blocks.

aviphysics Nov 27, 2017 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338036282)
What i meant is these are some fairly restrictive blocks.

Are all the hybrid coolers pretty gimmicky?

bill dennison Nov 27, 2017 10:50 PM

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Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338036282)
What i meant is these are some fairly restrictive blocks.

the 980 Poseidon's only had a 3/16 inch water passage tube from the pictures the 1080 ti looked a lot better

my d5 in Parallel had no problem with the 980's

tempted to buy a 1080 ti Poseidon


but waiting to see what's next now
https://wccftech.com/nvidia-ces-2018-announcement/

nycdarkness Nov 28, 2017 08:28 AM

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Originally Posted by bill dennison (Post 1338036302)
the 980 Poseidon's only had a 3/16 inch water passage tube from the pictures the 1080 ti looked a lot better

my d5 in Parallel had no problem with the 980's

tempted to buy a 1080 ti Poseidon


but waiting to see what's next now
https://wccftech.com/nvidia-ces-2018-announcement/


More about robots playing golf. Until amd has something we aren't seeing anything in jan i think. Nice looking card for sure though. One of them hits 2150 it's fairly ridiculous lol.

nycdarkness Nov 28, 2017 08:30 AM

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Originally Posted by aviphysics (Post 1338036289)
Are all the hybrid coolers pretty gimmicky?

Actually it works quite well under water, not as good as a full block. However, with the fans being inaudible at around 40% or so it just almost matches. You can run the fans at the same time.

demo Dec 3, 2017 04:18 AM

My first attempt at hardtube



OverclockN' Dec 3, 2017 11:45 AM

That looks fantastic. Nice done!

Flyordie Dec 4, 2017 02:27 AM

Thats different. Love the 2 loop idea. Blue and White fluids. I do not think I have ever ever seen a system like that. Ususually its 2 pumps, same loop.

Impressive Demo. Really damn impressive.

Dave Dec 4, 2017 06:02 AM

Nice build demo :drool:

Quickstrike Dec 4, 2017 06:49 AM

I usually don't comment on builds, but that is a really amazing looking setup.

So much attention to detail.

KAC Dec 4, 2017 11:47 AM

I still can't believe he jizzed so much to fill the video card loop. :bleh:

aviphysics Dec 4, 2017 11:50 PM

The thing that baffles me with these dual loop setups is that a 1080 ti and an i7 have around the same TDP, but a lot of people only people only use a 120 mm radiator for the GPU and a 240 or 360 for the CPU.

demo Dec 5, 2017 02:39 AM

Thanks guys much appreciated. :up:

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Originally Posted by KAC (Post 1338037913)
I still can't believe he jizzed so much to fill the video card loop. :bleh:

Yeh it's hard to game with an erection.

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Originally Posted by aviphysics (Post 1338038055)
The thing that baffles me with these dual loop setups is that a 1080 ti and an i7 have around the same TDP, but a lot of people only people only use a 120 mm radiator for the GPU and a 240 or 360 for the CPU.

The GPU runs at exceptionally good temps, probably because of the large die area and hence ease of drawing the heat from it. You can now be baffled no more. You're welcome.

Greasy Dec 5, 2017 08:40 AM

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Originally Posted by aviphysics (Post 1338038055)
The thing that baffles me with these dual loop setups is that a 1080 ti and an i7 have around the same TDP, but a lot of people only people only use a 120 mm radiator for the GPU and a 240 or 360 for the CPU.

I run all my stuff on the same loop. Dual loops have their pros and cons for sure. It's nice to be able to just drain one, if you're replacing the GPU. Then again, now you have two loops to maintain. Then as you can see in the case of demos rig... they look fantastic. :drool:

nycdarkness Dec 5, 2017 09:38 AM

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Originally Posted by demo (Post 1338037684)
My first attempt at hardtube



Nice work demo. Im in the process of moving my x399 setup to my evolv. Of course I wouldn't disappoint with just a single loop in a small case either.





Fitting all this crap into an evolv is a real struggle :D:D. Literally 1mm spacing in lots of areas. Should be done in a day or two. Hopefully. I ran out of tubing which sucks. Gonna feel like a dream with all that space when I do the rampage into a lian li v3000.

Destroy Dec 5, 2017 09:37 PM


KAC Dec 5, 2017 10:52 PM

Err.. lolwut?

nycdarkness Dec 6, 2017 08:58 AM




Munkus Dec 6, 2017 09:00 AM

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Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338038389)



Impressive!

Dave Dec 6, 2017 09:00 AM

nice build man, that asus cable tie is holding it back tho ;p

nycdarkness Dec 6, 2017 09:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Dave (Post 1338038395)
nice build man, that asus cable tie is holding it back tho ;p

It's holding the cable in place. I will remove it at a later date when it gets use to that position. I got so little room at the bottom I had to run it that way or make to length cables with each one being different lengths and I hate making cables so lol.

Mangler Dec 6, 2017 09:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Destroy (Post 1338038288)
]https://i.imgur.com/9BBktf3.jpg

I see the RGB, 10/10

demo Dec 8, 2017 12:26 AM

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Originally Posted by nycdarkness (Post 1338038132)
Nice work demo.

Thanks man, I took inspiration from pics of your rig a few pages back :up:

Have you got any tips to control fan speed on GPU loop?

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Originally Posted by Destroy (Post 1338038288)

Love it! :D


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