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    Default PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Apparently not content with air cooling, PNY now has liquid cooled cards. But these aren't regular cards with only a water block on them; they're fully self-contained liquid cooling systems that are plug-and-play, with no extra water gear required.

    PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU-pny_gtx580lc_preview.jpg

    Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1354.html for the full review.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    nice review jake
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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Great review Jake, great product PNY!

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Excellent review Jake!

    Very surprising & impressive results. Nicely done PNY.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Here is the thing, GPU temp will cut in half as soon you put it on water. No matter if it's on a single rad or plumb it to a CPU.
    However, if you overclock the CPU then is another story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Great review Jake, great product PNY!
    yeah....but the annoying speaking ads gotta go.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Awesome card, I cant see ever updating that card after installation. Awesome review Jake, thanks, you guys are the best.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Great review Jake, nice card and cooler.

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    Great products from PNY!

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Some are calling into question these temps results..> http://www.overclock.net/hardware-news/1107427-pureoc-pny-gtx-580-liquid-cooled.html

    My CPU idle temps are at 9c using the H50.. A lot of folks don't believe these close water color kits work, but i'll be dam.. it made a believer out of me.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Anyone is free to have their own opinion, and they're free to come here to discuss if they wish. But I won't chase people around, trying to make them converts. The facts speak for themselves, and I'll be the first person to admit I was shocked at the results. I suspect many DIY people are feeling anxious right about now, having spent some serious money on their loop. Reality is, it's not necessary, and this product proves it.....in certain circumstances. Will DIY be better? Sure. Is it worth the couple of hundred bucks extra? In my opinion, absolutely not. I've been saying it for a long time now but people don't want to listen: the days of hardcore DIY kits are no longer necessary. Parts are getting cooler, and self-contained products have finally hit their stride. The writing is on the wall gents.

    And for the record, it's not a standard 120mm rad. I figured everyone would say "blah blah 120mm rad.....BS". But it's an extra thick 120mm rad, PLUS...........PLUS!!!.........the GPU still has the card's cooling fan running. It's not a passive, water block only kit. It's more like a hybrid GPU solution. Seems people are forgetting that.

    In my opinion, this hybrid-esque approach is genius.

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Anyone is free to have their own opinion, and they're free to come here to discuss if they wish. But I won't chase people around, trying to make them converts. The facts speak for themselves, and I'll be the first person to admit I was shocked at the results. I suspect many DIY people are feeling anxious right about now, having spent some serious money on their loop. Reality is, it's not necessary, and this product proves it.....in certain circumstances. Will DIY be better? Sure. Is it worth the couple of hundred bucks extra? In my opinion, absolutely not. I've been saying it for a long time now but people don't want to listen: the days of hardcore DIY kits are no longer necessary. Parts are getting cooler, and self-contained products have finally hit their stride. The writing is on the wall gents.

    And for the record, it's not a standard 120mm rad. I figured everyone would say "blah blah 120mm rad.....BS". But it's an extra thick 120mm rad, PLUS...........PLUS!!!.........the GPU still has the card's cooling fan running. It's not a passive, water block only kit. It's more like a hybrid GPU solution. Seems people are forgetting that.

    In my opinion, this hybrid-esque approach is genius.
    yes i agree with your review
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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Its easy to have an opinion when you are not ready to buy the card for 559.00USD. ( I am speaking about my opinion) But when you think about it , now with this card you do not need an enclosed CPU cooler, you do not need more hoses going to your card to cool it effiently, add up what those things cost individually and then add the cost of a regular 580GTX and see what your cost basis is. I agree with Jake, the days of loops and funnels and adding coolant are not long for the enthusiast community. I hope noone take offence to my opinion but thats what I believe. Its only one mans opinion.

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    If DIY is coming to an end I'm buying up all the parts I can, lmao. The sexy to performance ratio easily tips in favor of DIY XDD

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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Anyone is free to have their own opinion, and they're free to come here to discuss if they wish. But I won't chase people around, trying to make them converts. The facts speak for themselves, and I'll be the first person to admit I was shocked at the results. I suspect many DIY people are feeling anxious right about now, having spent some serious money on their loop. Reality is, it's not necessary, and this product proves it.....in certain circumstances. Will DIY be better? Sure. Is it worth the couple of hundred bucks extra? In my opinion, absolutely not. I've been saying it for a long time now but people don't want to listen: the days of hardcore DIY kits are no longer necessary. Parts are getting cooler, and self-contained products have finally hit their stride. The writing is on the wall gents.

    And for the record, it's not a standard 120mm rad. I figured everyone would say "blah blah 120mm rad.....BS". But it's an extra thick 120mm rad, PLUS...........PLUS!!!.........the GPU still has the card's cooling fan running. It's not a passive, water block only kit. It's more like a hybrid GPU solution. Seems people are forgetting that.

    In my opinion, this hybrid-esque approach is genius.
    Hi, I am new to this forum, but I did read the post in OCN, and I gotta admit I am a bit skeptical. So figured I'd ask a couple of questions here.

    1. What were the ambient temps you tested in?

    2. I see there is a fan still on the GPU, but is it cooling anything else but the memory and VRM's? I don't see how it would make much of a difference otherwise.

    3. I recognise that its a double thick 120mm radiator, but how does that make it any different from let's say the rad on an H80? Having both a GPU and a CPU cooling on that rad, I just am very skeptical. I get about the same temps on my CPU idle and load with my H100, so I just find it hard to believe that that double thick 120mm is going to provide that level of cooling to both a CPU and GPU. Is there something so different with PNY's that its providing such a good level of cooling?

    Thank you for your time.
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    Default Re: PNY GTX 580 Liquid Cooled GPU and CPU

    Welcome to Pureoverclock Sir B.

    First a question of you.... Are you one of the KWSN knights?

    We welcome folk that are prepared to discuss these findings openly but with an open mind. I find myself thinking that the temp results for the cpu are in keeping with my expectations but I too am more than a little surprised with gpu temps.

    That these temps were achieved at stock is just a damned good result with the cooling of just the cpu and gpu and I would expect there is not a lot of headroom to OC. but the hybrid nature of the gpu cooling is what I feel is the telling factor here.

    I'm sure that tests were done more than once and differing software monitoring was used too to confirm the findings but I will wait on the reviewer to give us a little more insight

    What TIM was used for this cpu mount???
    Rig2: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Asus z9 pe-d8 ws, 32gb ripjawsz under water, rig3 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @2.4), Supermicro 7047A-T 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig4: 2*e5-26xx (16c/32t @3.1), Supermicro x9 DAi 16GB 1600 ecc reg, on air, Rig5: 2*e5-2660 (16c/32t @2.7), Supermicro x9 DRW iF 32GB 1600 ecc reg, on air

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