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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Has a review ever cause this much controversy on PureOC?

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Tony, how did he run a SLI set up with the PNY system , there's no such set up yet for cooling both GTX 580 cards and the GPU. The only way this could have been done was with a test bench, but even then one system would have been cooling the GTX580 and CPU while the other was cooling a single GTX580, As far as the Omni,your talking about two different company's as well as the cooling systems, and if I remember correctly you did have a lot of problems with the Omni system, the first sample had to be replaced, and the 2nd never worked right and they did not want to send another replacement when I requested one for you.

    Self contained units will keep getting better and better every year as new technology is released for cooling.
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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Ok, why don't people watch the videos I posted from another reviewer. If you guys still don't believe it then just wait for more reviews and do the comparison.

    Is the results look bogus? Yes, it is but after I saw the other review and compare to my test from GTX480 and I can say yes it is possible but I don't have the answer for why his temps were 6-12C lesser than the other review.

    @Stan, I don't know where he installed them but he did use one to cool the CPU+GPU and one GPU only.
    I didn't use OMNI to do the comparison here, I use the chart that it has my custom DIY setup of a slim single 120mm rad and temp was 65c. The second OMNI was working fine but the temp wasn't impressive thought, perhaps it has weaker pump, fullcover block and thinner rad, and GTX480 runs much hotter?

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    in your video they use furmark with AA8X so big fail...

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Let me ask you a question.
    Would you disable the power limit of $500+ card and let it rips even you use DIY water cooling?

    BTW, this power limit wouldn't kick in if the temperature didn't reach the danger zone. The speed will throttle when this safety feature engaged, I'm sure the reviewer will notice this but I didn't see it in the video or they mention it either.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Kroks, you're comparing apples to watermelons. Every site can have different test setups, and therefore different results. Drawing comparisons across platforms and test setups is inconclusive at best, and entirely off base at worst.

    Every CPU heatsink on that Intel platform, and every graphics card I have tested, is done with the exact same conditions every single time without fail. So to dismiss the results as "BS" is again illogical. Testing is about consistency, ensuring the setups are the exact same every time, in order to ensure a fair and accurate comparison. That has been done time and time again here, and will continue to happen.

    You are certainly entitled to your opinion, but to summarily dismiss factual information gathered in a rigorous and consistent setup is irresponsible. Don't confuse fact with opinion. Besides, the tests are not rocket science, contrary to what one may try to convince the masses. Plug in the card, turn on the computer, record temps, start Prime95, start FurMark, let it run 20 minutes, record temps. Not that difficult to screw up, really.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    I was quite skeptical, a reasonable & natural response when introduced to phenomenal results. I consider it more of an impulse, typical the majority of we jaded masses, wherein further research & understanding of the explicit test methodology (and, in cases where the published source is not well known, familiarizing the quality and integrity of said publisher) can rectify many of the raging pricks. I haven't visited ya'll in a while, I'm sad to say, as my previous trips were via Google & keywords. I came to decide on my Apogee XT & MCW-80 Swiftech (preceding my graduation to full-cover blocks for quadfire) purchases from the exceptional, well-documented & well-written block reviews conducted by PureOC. I've spent many hours since adopting my watercooling interest, interest directly spurred on by ya'll, testing & tweaking and referencing much of the work conducted here as baseline comparison. Comprehensive, accurate, & repeatable make up the platform of my personal evaluation protocol - and, from that, I have first-hand knowledge that nothing ya'll print is fudged.

    Knowing these things with confidence? It's still overwhelming to see the results in this case. I believe it, indeed, but those results represent a true engineering feat; accomplishment in this subsection of PC cooling that establishes Asetek/PNY as unequaled designers of the best closed-circuit liquid cooling device. Ever. Effectively clearing all that wattage with a single, double 120 radiator? Wow. I'm glad to be catching up with your recent articles, continue the fine work, gentleman

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    XXXFire it's nice to have you back, and thanks for the above post.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Good to hear from you XXXFire, we love great conversation and sharing ideas amongst people. Hope you hang out some more!

    We do our best to present information on products in a factual and unbiased light. We have always believed that results should speak for themselves; we don't need to boost any product because then we look like fanboys and lose credibility. If a product is good, then it's good. If it's not, then it's not. We've had companies refuse to send us products after getting a "bad" review, which is fine because we stand by our tests and won't cave to anyone. We don't get paid for products or reviews, never have and never will. My opinion is companies should know what their products can/can't do, and what the competition can/can't do. If not, then they're poor business people and deserve what they get.

    Don't blame us for bad results, and don't praise us for good results. We didn't design the products, we can't take any blame or credit. We just report what we see and experience, and based on those we then draw some obvious conclusions for our readers. Pretty simple actually

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Good to hear from you XXXFire, we love great conversation and sharing ideas amongst people. Hope you hang out some more!

    We do our best to present information on products in a factual and unbiased light. We have always believed that results should speak for themselves; we don't need to boost any product because then we look like fanboys and lose credibility. If a product is good, then it's good. If it's not, then it's not. We've had companies refuse to send us products after getting a "bad" review, which is fine because we stand by our tests and won't cave to anyone. We don't get paid for products or reviews, never have and never will. My opinion is companies should know what their products can/can't do, and what the competition can/can't do. If not, then they're poor business people and deserve what they get.

    Don't blame us for bad results, and don't praise us for good results. We didn't design the products, we can't take any blame or credit. We just report what we see and experience, and based on those we then draw some obvious conclusions for our readers. Pretty simple actually
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