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February 24, 2012, 10:14:16 PM
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No sense make to cool with water. Cost too much monies and eat into profit.
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February 24, 2012, 10:38:26 PM
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No sense make to cool with water. Cost too much monies and eat into profit.
My waterblocks have paid for themselves by making the GPUs run colder and use less power.  Warm silicon leaks more.  Other than the water blocks, liquid cooling is almost free.  A pump don't have to cost more than 20 USD.  Tubes and stuff cost less than a replacement fan.  As a bonus you can place your miner anywhere and dump the heat anywhere.

Mining heats my house without making noise.  Here is an old post with outdated pictures of my setup.  The WAF of this setup is very high, and you get a nice excuse for buying more mining gear! :-)

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February 24, 2012, 10:57:35 PM
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No sense make to cool with water. Cost too much monies and eat into profit.
My waterblocks have paid for themselves by making the GPUs run colder and use less power.  Warm silicon leaks more.  Other than the water blocks, liquid cooling is almost free.  A pump don't have to cost more than 20 USD.  Tubes and stuff cost less than a replacement fan.  As a bonus you can place your miner anywhere and dump the heat anywhere.

Mining heats my house without making noise.  Here is an old post with outdated pictures of my setup.  The WAF of this setup is very high, and you get a nice excuse for buying more mining gear! :-)

I have to agree here. While the cost does rise in construction, most of the 5970 h20 rigs ive built run no higher than 40* on any core, and do not mess around when it comes to stability.

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February 24, 2012, 11:29:39 PM
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 Thank you for perspective. I will examine options for water cooling maybe one rig. Afraid of leaks lol !
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March 24, 2013, 03:43:33 PM
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Can you list the components for your water cooling setup? The Radiator looks pretty good. Looking at adding to my dual GPU setup. Right now, the setup I have is keeping the cards at 55C - 65C. It was made for a CPU not dual GPU so it pretty much is like air cooling.

Thanks for any info. Like your pictures you liked to.

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March 24, 2013, 11:40:13 PM
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This went up on Youtube a few months back....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-A_NlkGvbM
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