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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    k I just orderd 2 king pins at 2099.0 bucks wow now what would be the best water block for the I want the best ?
    Just out of curiosity.....where exactly will you be putting the rads necessary to cool two overclocked 980 Ti and an X99? Not to mention the pump you are going to need to be able to move the liquid through those rads and blocks? A slim 240 + 120 is very likely not going to cool those components effectively.

    I know.....I'm a killjoy.....

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I know.....I'm a killjoy.....
    Yes,.....LOL!

    Here is a pair of Dual-GPU GTX-690s under water in that case. They're likely to burn hotter than a pair of GTX-980 Tis will.
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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    just point me to the best **** money can buy but want low maintance that's why I wanted closed loop so I should muse the 240 rad for the graphics cards and the 120 for the cpu ?
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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    just point me to the best **** money can buy but want low maintance that's why I wanted closed loop so I should muse the 240 rad for the graphics cards and the 120 for the cpu ?
    No one makes blocks for the 980 Ti Kingpin Edition yet. EK says they likely will at some point.

    Dual loops will necessitate dual pumps, not sure where you are planning on putting them....so a single series loop would seem to be the best **** for your build.

    You could do the Steiger/Swiftech setup or piecemeal it with better rads. You could use the Apogee Drive II (which is the pump/block used in the Steiger kit) along with HW Labs Nemesis GTS radiators and 2000rpm+ Gentle Typhoons. You would have to do some type of T in order to do the fill and bleed since there doesn't seem to be anywhere to put a reservoir.

    I can point you at the best **** money can buy, it just won't fit together in that case.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    No one makes blocks for the 980 Ti Kingpin Edition yet. EK says they likely will at some point.

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    Bitspower 980 Kingpin waterblocks are compatible with GTX 980 Ti KPE (maybe the EK GTX 980 Kingpin waterblock too, not sure), with minor limitation. Due to different memory chip layout, few memory chips will not be in direct contact with block. That's not actually an issue, as memory is not power hungry device and does not need direct active cooling. You can add thermal pad between extra chips and block, so nothing to worry about, also it's better to use the original kingpin backplate than the bitspower one (to keep access for switches and LEDs of the card). To atach the original backplate stock screws should be used to mount block, as Bitspower screws are made longer to fit with thicker BP backplate.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Bitspower 980 Kingpin waterblocks are compatible with GTX 980 Ti KPE (maybe the EK GTX 980 Kingpin waterblock too, not sure), with minor limitation. Due to different memory chip layout, few memory chips will not be in direct contact with block. That's not actually an issue, as memory is not power hungry device and does not need direct active cooling. You can add thermal pad between extra chips and block, so nothing to worry about, also it's better to use the original kingpin backplate than the bitspower one (to keep access for switches and LEDs of the card). To atach the original backplate stock screws should be used to mount block, as Bitspower screws are made longer to fit with thicker BP backplate.
    EK states theirs is physically not compatible. And with all you described, I'm not sure I would call the Bitspower compatible. You are talking $2k worth of GPUs, not sure I would go the "sort of fits with limitations" on that.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    EK states theirs is physically not compatible. And with all you described, I'm not sure I would call the Bitspower compatible. You are talking $2k worth of GPUs, not sure I would go the "sort of fits with limitations" on that.
    What I described is just in case if OP is inpatient to wait for 980Ti kingpin WB to be launched. Sure is a bit "dangerous" to mod 980 Kingpin WB to fit the 980ti kingpin ($1K card), but as I said nothing to worry about (if you know what are you doing )
    PS. I agree with you that the space in the case will be likely insufficient to support an effective WC system for the X99 + 2 980Ti KPE cards. Any AIO is absolutely out of the question.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    That picture that I posted was two GTX-690s, (Quad SLI) in that case.

    It reminds me that I have to get my own pair of 690s installed and use the damn things before they're totally irrelevant!

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    So if there are blocks for his cards to be had, he should be good to go with the Ti cards which develop less heat.
    SD should be up on what to use.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Sure can fit, but I'm not sure that one 120mm rad + one 240mm rad could dissipate effectively 500W-600W, (approx), of Heat (2x 980ti + 5960X).

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    man I guess I have to return the kingpins and get the titan z
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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    man I guess I have to return the kingpins and get the titan z
    Ask the tech support guys at Steiger Dynamics if it will work. They might have already done it.
    If it were me, I would consider another case that will accommodate your KingPins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Ask the tech support guys at Steiger Dynamics if it will work. They might have already done it.
    If it were me, I would consider another case that will accommodate your KingPins.
    I agreed.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    no all the outher cases that I looked at that I liked could not hold e-atx and not full size graphics cards
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    warter blocks for the kingpins will be out in early oct
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    An excellent thread guys! This is what I like so much about this site.

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    Default Re: Closed-loop cpu cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Sure can fit, but I'm not sure that one 120mm rad + one 240mm rad could dissipate effectively 500W-600W, (approx), of Heat (2x 980ti + 5960X).
    You are probably looking at more like 700W+ w/ a 4K gaming load on those Kingpins and 5960X. The best 360mm worth of rad that will fit in that case is only capable of dissipating ~half of that effectively, and that is with 1850rpm fans (say goodbye to anything even verging on "quiet") - Radiator Review Round Up 2015 - Page 5 of 10 - ExtremeRigs.net

    I am with the others - look into another case that is more capable of what you are looking to do.

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