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  1. For the cpu block heatkiller or xspc are the best tr4 blocks right now.For gpu ek and maybe phanteks are the only ones that will fit that card.
  2. Vertical GPU case recommendations

    Pretty much any case smaller then atx won't have vertical gpu mount because of its size and the room that takes up.
  3. GPU block advice

    Both blocks should cool the same so pick the one that looks better to you.
  4. Some games like bf1 like to push the load on the cpu,And loves cpu cores the more the better.
  5. ML240L COMPATIBILITY

    There is rgb header and adressable rgb header,Some people mix these things up and say it won't work.Which is really a user error.
  6. AIO's linked together

    You know a aio uses odd size fittings.port sizes.You'd have to use pipe adapters to run standard size tubing and fittings.Plus you'll probably need more coolant so would be better to drain it all and replace it with something safe for aluminum.Real world you'll spend more money trying to get this to work then buying a ek aluminum kit and add in a 2nd gpu block and rad.
  7. I have seen their blocks used but not that one yet.From what i have read/heard they come with little to no instructions.So which thremo pads go where is kinda trail and error.
  8. Your quoting marketing bs tho,Tell we can see it run and tested 3rd party to prove its right.I would take anything said with a grain of salt.
  9. Opinions on Bykski

    Only bad thing i can say is the install on a gpu can be a headache.The install instructions are either next to nothing to nothing.So your kinda left on your own to figure out what and where the thermo pads go on it.There is a used ek block on ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/EK-FC980GTX-Classy-Full-coverage-Water-blocks-NikelPlexi/232787835126?hash=item36333c78f6:g:reUAAOSwfVhZ~u4z Or a swiftech block https://www.ebay.com/itm/Swiftech-KOMODO-NV-GTX9-Nvidia-GeForce-GTX-980-Full-Cover-Water-Block/251810317674?hash=item3aa110856a:g:sYgAAOSwabhUUwMG Or email bitspower see if they have any left in stock maybe
  10. Liquid cooling

    What AIO stands for is all in one.So everything that is needed is already there with it.
  11. As long as your not mixing metals,Whatever brand parts you use don't matter.A lot of people use different brand parts to meet their liking its fine as long as you don't mix aluminum with copper/copper nickel.
  12. Graphics card liquid cooling

    All name brand waterblocks will come with instructions.Or google the card you want to use any install waterblock you'll find a ton of videos on youtube of it.
  13. Watercooling loop

    What they mean by not mix metals,Copper and copper with nickel plating that most waterblocks are is fine.aluminum is the one you don't mix you go all aluminum or zero aluminum.That video shows how to flush a loop,On how often is hard to answer it could be 6 month to over a year.It depends a lot on your coolant and how hard its been used.
  14. Does a 140mm ~50mm thick AIO exist?

    Why not small custom loop and get what you want ?
  15. Going 90s style huh lol I remember people using car heater cores as rads in the early water cooling days.
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