Exos-LT for GTX480?

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Exos-LT for GTX480?

Postby NIGos » Sat Apr 17, 2010 1:36 am

As the topic title states: will an Exos-LT be enough to cool a single GTX480 gpu?

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Re: Exos-LT for GTX480?

Postby MUGEN » Mon Apr 19, 2010 4:30 pm

I would choose the Exos-2 V2 because of the larger rad. Adding another GTX 480 or a cpu would be too much for this system though if your thinking about doing that.
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Re: Exos-LT for GTX480?

Postby ForceX » Fri May 07, 2010 8:40 am

I was wondering this also. Does any one know the Exos-LT's V3 's max thermal/ wat handling ability? I don't see it on it's specs page. I wanted to do a GTX 480 + core i7 920. All at stock speed. Which I think would be around 575 wats at full load. I'm not sure about that number as I'm typing this on my iPhone and can't realy look that info up ATM.

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Re: Exos-LT for GTX480?

Postby HELLFIRETOYZ » Tue May 11, 2010 1:36 pm

If your new to water cooling all together than the EXOS-V2 maybe your best bet...however, I would suggest an alternative system to the Exos and that is do-it-yourself. You can build a DYI system for just as much if not less than an Exos and get about the same or even better performance. It's more fun too!
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