Kayl's Semi-Solid GPU Tubes - SLI Ready

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by T_M, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. T_M

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    Ive had these for a fair while now, but only found time tonight to finally post some information on these beauties.

    Two tubes ready for SLI benching action.
    Impressive chunkiness in the base, but i think the aluminium tube need not have been so thick walled.
    The internal diameter of the tube is a little restrictive when thinking about the size of DICE pellets/chunks in most countries, however in Singapore we can get tiny 3mm diameter "rice-grains" of DICE so they just pour in nicely :)

    One good thought i've had is the ability to remove the aluminium top tube for LN2 benching in just the base.

    My package also contained sheets of foam not included in the photos.

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    And now i'll post many photos for you showing how my first installation went on an eVGA 680i in SLI.
    I wont use this thread for results as its only intended to show off my new toys.
    But what i can say is that on DICE i saw only about 2C difference on base temp between idle and load :D

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    And here's a video of them in action:


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    :shock: Are they Ultra's? I wanna see some new WR's! Good luck :D
     
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    What kind of scores/clocks did you get outa these? and what cards are they?
     
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    Nice work Tim! Benching with these pots yesterday with R600, the pouring of Ln2 does just not stop but managed to get down to -100C pot temp. Wondering how much you need to pour to keep the Green GPU cold?
     
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    :O Those vid cards must be close to snapping with all that weight hanging off them?
     
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    Theres no weight being supported by the card, since the bottom of the pot (insulated) rests on the PCI slots below it
     
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    very awesome, very.. infact awesome
     
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    THAT IS SO COOL!! littrally to :rolleyes:

    but yeah, omg do want :D
     
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    nice man really nice i wanna c some results :p

    wat r the 4 pin connectors u have added for on the gfx?
     
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    id say thats either for a volt mod or its a easy plug in to read volts.
     
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    If you tilt your head you can read it... vGPU (voltage for gfx core). Pretty safe guess (I think?) that the other one is memory voltage.
     
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    vGPU and vMem measure points.
    Female molex are just the right size to snugly fit a DMM probe.
    Look at my last photo and you can see the probe hanging out of the vGPU plug.
     
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    arrrrrrrrrrrr yes smart man nice 1 :D
    Wat core clocks are u expecting?
     
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    Very impressive Tim. Not normally one to be "WOWED" by DICE (I prefer watching LN2) but that is something else, nice work!
     
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    My GTX's (pictured above) do 864 core clocks at 1.55V on DICE.
    On LN2 i would imagine low to mid 900's but i havent tried.
     
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    WOWWWWWWWWWWWWW thats awsome dude, wat u reckon on water? or no good for water to much heat?
    Thats impressive mate, mine it a wall at around 690-700 not fair lol
     

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