Razer Core simple liquid-cooling mod

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Circuit.Board, Aug 24, 2016.

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  1. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

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  2. 15996515

    15996515 Member

    Nice!
    I suppose you used an AIO cooler for that, is it the Corsair H110i?
     
  3. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    No, it is a MSI GTX 1080 Seahawk.
     
  4. chhappy7

    chhappy7 Member

    I think he's asking about the cooler, not the GPU.

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  5. 15996515

    15996515 Member

    That GPU has its own cooler.
     
  6. Hegdaddy

    Hegdaddy Active Member

    Does it make a difference? Any before and after stats??
     
  7. chhappy7

    chhappy7 Member

    Do you mean that the GPU came with water cooler?

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    Liquid cooler I mean

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  8. MACNA

    MACNA Member

    When you buy the MSI seahawk You get the radiator attached to it
     
  9. 15996515

    15996515 Member

    Yes, it's a hybrid.
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  10. Daruso

    Daruso New Member

    This is looking quie nice! I can imagine a bit of a performance boost over the traditional air coolers.
     
  11. Quiloren

    Quiloren Member

    Looks nice!
     
  12. mintouch

    mintouch Active Member

    Definitely Yes. it has now 30 degree celsius on idle and 36 degree on full-load + maximum overclock. it's got steady 2100+mhz when overclocking.
     
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  13. chosenba

    chosenba Member

    oh lawd, the seahawk... here in sweden they are currently out of stock EVERYWHERE.
     
  14. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member

    While I wouldn't recommend the inexperienced to try this (it'll invalidate your warranty btw), this is pretty sweet to see. Let us know what kind of results you're getting!
     
  15. ManiacMagic

    ManiacMagic New Member

    If you are worried about warranty it would be better to just run out and have a back plate made with similar cuts ... then your warranty will be fine.
     
  16. Any difference in real world game performance? As in any fps change with the 2100+ MHZ overclock? Or does thunderbolt 3 prove to be a bottle neck?
     
  17. vampirivan

    vampirivan Well-Known Member

    by the way the radiator has to be on a free surface, , or try to attach it on the top.
     
  18. IMG_2082.JPG If you remove the tabs on the rail (on the inside of the case) and unscrew the magnet and attach it to the base, you can slide the top off to accommodate the tubing access.
    Also with these all in one units, not necessary to have the radiator flat on the surface.
     
  19. PrideHeart

    PrideHeart Active Member

    So....when you go mobile....do you de-attach it first?
     
  20. TEAMMATE

    TEAMMATE New Member

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