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Water cooling quad SLI

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a b K Overclocking
April 7, 2013 8:29:52 PM

I came across this system and wonder if all of this hardware could be cooled by a single 360 rad

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a c 168 K Overclocking
April 7, 2013 9:10:30 PM

Very poorly I imagine. Even with a higher FPI, thick radiator with amazing fans it couldn't handle all of that heat.

I think the "External water-cooling system" that isn't included (or needed apparently) has a fair bit to do with how well it runs.

I'd be interested to find out whether they load test the machines before they sell them, a 360mm could probably handle it at idle, but under load it wouldn't take long for things to shut down from overheating I bet.
a c 138 K Overclocking
April 7, 2013 9:32:50 PM

Wow , a $12'000 computer!!! That's unbelievable, and I thought I spent a lot of money on my computer.

You won't be able to cool that with a single 360mm radiator, I have a 360mm rad for cooling my two GTX 680 Classifieds and that's with push/pull fans. I will say though that the temps are very low and I could add a third card and it will be cooled. Four is too many though.
What you would need is a 560mm rad with fans in push/pull and that would cool the four Titans.
There would be no use for that computer unless you were doing folding @ home or renting it out to the Dept. of Defense. Four Titans is way overkill for any game , but it would be a great show piece.
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a b K Overclocking
April 8, 2013 1:52:37 PM

This must use a magical 360 rad
a c 324 K Overclocking
April 8, 2013 5:41:25 PM

I see this:


Slinky Supercomputer System Specs:
Power Supply 1500W Cooler Master Silent Pro M2
Motherboard: ASUS Rampage IV Extreme, SLI & X-Fire, SATA3, USB 3.0, Bluetooth, GB LAN PCI-Express
Aquacomputer Aquaduct 720 XT Mark IV Ceramic External Water Cooling System
Aquacomputer Cuplex Kryos XT Series - .925 Silver Edition - Socket LGA 2011
Intel I7 Sandy Bridge-E CPU: Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition Sandy Bridge-E
2 x Samsung 840 PRO 512GB in Raid 0 ~ Primary hard disk
1 x Koolance TNK-501 Single 5.25" Bay Reservoir
4 x EK Geforce GTX Titan VGA Liquid Cooling Block - Nickel (EK-FC Titan - Nickel)
4 x EK-FC Titan Backplate - Black
1 x EK-FB KIT RE4 - Nickel CSQ Rampage IV Extreme
1 x *** NEW *** XSPC AX360 Triple-Fan Radiator - Black
1 x *** HOT *** BitFenix Shinobi HF "High Airflow" Edition Performance Full-Tower Gaming Chassis
1 x Bit Fenix Spectre Pro LED Fan Series - 230mm - Red
1 x Bit Fenix Spectre Pro LED Fan Series - 140mm - Red
7 x Bit Fenix Spectre Pro LED Fan Series - 120mm - Red
1 x Bitfenix Hydra Pro 5 Channel 30W Fan/LED Controller with Slide Control
1 x Lazer LED 5 Light Kit - UV
1 x Lazer LED 5 Light Kit - Red
4 x Bitspower LED Ram Mod - UV
32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB High Performance 2400MHz 2 x CMD16GX3M4A2400C9
8 x Koolance RAM-33 Water Block (Memory)
2 X Koolance QD2 Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling Male, Threaded G 1/4 BSPP
2 x Koolance QD2 Quick Disconnect No-Spill Coupling, Female Compression (1/4in x 3/8in)
2 x Koolance Sliding 180-Degree "U" Connector
8 x Koolance Nozzle Single, 1/4" (6mm) G1/4 Threaded
4 x Koolance QDC (Low Profile) Shutoff Nozzle, Male Compression [6mm, 1/4"]
Koolance QDC (Low Profile) Shutoff Nozzle, Female Compression [6mm, 1/4"]
Koolance Dual VID Connector, Adjustable 1 Slot Spacing
Koolance Nozzle Single, Swivel Angled [For ID: 06mm (1/4in), OD: 10mm (3/8in)]
1 x XSPC Premium Laing Triple DDC Clear Acrylic Top
3 x XSPC High Flex Hose 1/2″ ID, 3/4″ OD (19/12.7mm) - Clear / UV Blue
Innovation Cooling Diamond "24 Carat" Thermal Compound - 4.8 Grams
Operating Systems: Windows 8 Pro 64-bid
System components rate 8.4
Processor 8.7
Memory (RAM) 8.7
Graphics 8.4
Gaming graphics 8.4
Primary hard disk 8.4

Still a pointless $12,000 build.