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Meaker

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It's not been fully beatified as this is just for home use. I've used my old DDC pump and res for the stand and the radiator blocked the original stand arm. The sensors are mostly redundant these days as the aquaero program now reads direct the GPU core and CPU core temps via a USB header to tune the fan profiles.

 

It's a coolermaster stand with holes cut in through the steel for two 140mm fans with a loose grill and some backing material to help make it look neat.

 

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Sager NP9877

Hybrid Watercooled setup, D5 pump with dual 140MM fans integrated into custom stand. All controlled via temp outputs from GPU and CPU.

17.3" 1440p 120Hz display

9900KS @ 4.7Ghz All core, delid with rockit IHS, liquid metal

RTX 3070 @ 180W shunt mod, liquid metal

3000Mhz DDR4 CL14

1TB SM961 SSD

Dual 330W PSU 

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15 hours ago, Meaker said:

It's not been fully beatified as this is just for home use. I've used my old DDC pump and res for the stand and the radiator blocked the original stand arm. The sensors are mostly redundant these days as the aquaero program now reads direct the GPU core and CPU core temps via a USB header to tune the fan profiles.

 

It's a coolermaster stand with holes cut in through the steel for two 140mm fans with a loose grill and some backing material to help make it look neat.

 

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post some air vs water cooled temps and wattages.

 

also, hows the 3070 running at 180W? what kind of an uptick vs stock wattage?

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2 hours ago, jaybee83 said:

post some air vs water cooled temps and wattages.

 

also, hows the 3070 running at 180W? what kind of an uptick vs stock wattage?

 

Since my model obviously does not support the boosting function It was something around 120-130W. I've shunt modded it to get that power output increased and the clocks stay around 2Ghz now in heavier titles so it's a 400-500Mhz uplift.

 

I've refined my shunt modding technique, I now immerse the end in liquid metal in a ball at the end of the syringe and then I pull it back. This leaves a skin of liquid metal that's extremely stable.

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Sager NP9877

Hybrid Watercooled setup, D5 pump with dual 140MM fans integrated into custom stand. All controlled via temp outputs from GPU and CPU.

17.3" 1440p 120Hz display

9900KS @ 4.7Ghz All core, delid with rockit IHS, liquid metal

RTX 3070 @ 180W shunt mod, liquid metal

3000Mhz DDR4 CL14

1TB SM961 SSD

Dual 330W PSU 

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5 hours ago, Meaker said:

 

Since my model obviously does not support the boosting function It was something around 120-130W. I've shunt modded it to get that power output increased and the clocks stay around 2Ghz now in heavier titles so it's a 400-500Mhz uplift.

 

I've refined my shunt modding technique, I now immerse the end in liquid metal in a ball at the end of the syringe and then I pull it back. This leaves a skin of liquid metal that's extremely stable.

thats kool, so no risk of the underlying SMDs falling off the board due to the LM? 😅

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19 minutes ago, jaybee83 said:

thats kool, so no risk of the underlying SMDs falling off the board due to the LM? 😅

 

Yeah no river of liquid metal, just a very thin film, widened out a little to get the resistance I want. I was lucky and judged it right first time.

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Sager NP9877

Hybrid Watercooled setup, D5 pump with dual 140MM fans integrated into custom stand. All controlled via temp outputs from GPU and CPU.

17.3" 1440p 120Hz display

9900KS @ 4.7Ghz All core, delid with rockit IHS, liquid metal

RTX 3070 @ 180W shunt mod, liquid metal

3000Mhz DDR4 CL14

1TB SM961 SSD

Dual 330W PSU 

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