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Thread: Water Block for GTX 295

  1. #176
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    Quote Originally Posted by LockBreaker View Post
    I was just wondering about something, does the EK GTX 295 block come with the 5mm Leds included?
    I sure hope not !

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    Quote Originally Posted by quattro_ View Post



    Looks great, whats the idea of the 3rd g1/4'' hole???
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    The aqua computer one looks very nice, defiantly what I had expected from them. One thing I could see going with there style is some sort of plate to fill the hole where the fan was. This could also say made in Germany or the cards model number ect. I just think it might accent the look more

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    Quote Originally Posted by swale View Post
    Looks great, whats the idea of the 3rd g1/4'' hole???
    You can choose if the water should run parallel or one after another through the blocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funk32 View Post
    Dean have you guys done any testing with a back plates for the vreg's? like aqua blocks... i know my evga came with one too, I have the koolance block waiting for me at UPS but they arnt open on the weekend so i cant install it yet. i also have a evga back plate coming to see if it will fit with the water block installed,
    anything?
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    Why the f*ck did PPC raise on the EK GTX 295 blocks?

    Suppose they're startin to run a little bit short on them, but I dunno.

    With stuff for 800 bucks to order, I cant really afford that "dramatic" changes in the price range for the blocks.
    Hope the prices wil drop soon.
    Last edited by LockBreaker; 02-10-2009 at 09:02 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LockBreaker View Post
    Why the f*ck did PPC raise on the EK GTX 295 blocks?

    Suppose they're startin to run a little bit short on them, but I dunno.

    With stuff for 800 bucks to order, I cant really afford that "dramatic" changes in the price range for the blocks.
    Hope the prices wil drop soon.
    Because they set wrong pricing in the start. I don't think they will drop the prices.
    Quote Originally Posted by creidiki
    EKs are like waterblock pr0n

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    Which is the best option for a noob to WC? I was thinking Koolance is probably the most user-friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddy_EK View Post
    Because they set wrong pricing in the start. I don't think they will drop the prices.
    Those who bought the blocks in the beginning, are some very, very lucky bastards.
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    Water cooling system

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    Also, when it comes to Nozzles; which is best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DdotRoq View Post
    Also, when it comes to Nozzles; which is best?
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=217398

    this where ull find some info on fittings. BP (bit power) are the best in my opinion.
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    here is my work in progress
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    My results with the Koolance block for GTX 295:

    Overclock: GPU 752MHz, Shaders 1521Mhz, Memory 1300MHz
    Temps: 40C Idle, 48C at load 4 hours of Furmark, no artifacts.
    Voltage: Bump to 1113mV using Evga voltage tuner for GPU stability. I don't think shaders works well with voltage bumps.
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    What's the load difference between the two GPU's? How are the VRM temps on both cards? Could you possibly show load GPU-Z screens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by p2501 View Post
    What's the load difference between the two GPU's? How are the VRM temps on both cards? Could you possibly show load GPU-Z screens?
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=217754

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    I'm getting 27°C and 35°C for temperatures with the Danger Den GTX295 block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebj00la View Post
    I'm getting 27°C and 35°C for temperatures with the Danger Den GTX295 block.
    Idle or load, more info plz...

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    Thank you, 2-3°C difference between cores/VRM's is pretty close.
    + the block just looks awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by nebj00la View Post
    I'm getting 27°C and 35°C for temperatures with the Danger Den GTX295 block.
    8°C difference between both cores?!

    Let me guess Koolance+DangerDen = serial flow, right? Anyone got a AquaComputer block running already, you can parallel the cores with that. The Watercool block will also have parallel flow, but it's not out yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by Governator View Post
    Idle or load, more info plz...
    I think he wrote somewhere that that's idle temps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post
    You can choose if the water should run parallel or one after another through the blocks.
    Shoggy, which holes should I use to cool one chip after another, regular way?
    Would it be one in the middle and any of the side holes? For example 2nd and 3rd hole?
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    Serial flow: [Engraved Logo] [Closed] [In] [Out]

    Parallel flow: [Engraved Logo] [In] [Out] [Out]

    Of course the in- and outlet can be swapped since it does not matter.
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