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Originally Posted by Platinum72 degrees under load? What card have you got? my reference design one hits 95 under load at stock clocks?
Originally Posted by Gareth HalfacreeTip for the future: if your precious electronics get water on 'em, wash them in isopropyl alcohol. It forms an azeotrope with water, meaning you can easily get rid of the water along with any mineral residue (more a problem for tap water, rain and the like than distilled water-cooling fluid, but still) without harming anything. It's a much more guaranteed fix than just waiting for the water to evaporate and hoping there's no conductive residue or corrosion anywhere.
Originally Posted by schmidtbagWhere I happen to live, the tap water is pretty clean. Not perfect, but clean enough that you could drink it un-filtered every day and not get an illness because of it.
Originally Posted by Corky42And some people in the third world would think we had lost our marbles if we told them we wash our cars, clothes and our selves in drinking water.
Originally Posted by Gareth HalfacreeWait... That's not normal in the US, but an exception? Jeez. I'm pleased to say that you can drink unfiltered tap water from anywhere in the UK just fine, and it had never occurred to me that such a thing was unusual in the first world.
To be fair, though, tap water in London taste horrid. Still won't do you any harm, but bleugh.
Originally Posted by Harlequincollecting rain water in a water butt is illegal in several states in the USA - people have been sent to prison for doing it!
Originally Posted by SpreadieAt the risk of sounding like I'm batting for the green team, why was this watercooled card pitched against the 780 instead of the 780Ti?
The cost of the block alone puts it around the price the price of a standard 780ti, but surely you'd also have to add in the cost of other WC components? It seems the majority of people have jumped ship to AIO CPU coolers instead of full loops, so the majority would have to build a dedicated loop to achieve these results.
Seems like a missed opportunity to match it up with a 780Ti.
Originally Posted by rolloAIO are improving but dedicated water cooling uses would never touch them. You would also achieve worse results than what's doable on dedicated hardware.
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