New X2 750W Extreme Edition Titanium PSU from Ultra Products

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New X2 750W Extreme Edition Titanium PSU from Ultra Products
 
Ultra has announced the release of their newest power supply, the X2 750W Titanium Extreme Edition.
 
The X2 is a continuation of Ultra's popular X-Connect series which was the world's first completely modular design. Continuing with that tradition, the X2 750W allows you to connect only the cables that you need. Combining the modular design with Ultra's Flex Force cabling allows for air flow up to 30% more effective than standard cables. Ultra's newest power supply also incorporates Dual Rail Technology that distributes cleaner power to your CPU for greater stability and overclocking potential.
The X2 750W PSU is available now from Ultra Products for $129.99($139.99 w/UV Blue).
 
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12-12-2007, 12:37:39

llwyd
yea thats about right for a 10W DDC with your setup I would say

12-12-2007, 12:46:40

tsinc80697
Any chance you know where I can get radiator brackets?

Need something that will push the radiator away from the case, on the back, so I can mount it lower down so it is below the reservoir, that way the air should only be in the res?

12-12-2007, 12:50:07

llwyd
you mean like these?

12-12-2007, 12:52:25

tsinc80697
If that pushes the radiator away from the back of the PC by a good few CM's then yeah.
Just for 120mm to 120mm, no conversion needed.

Its just so I can mount the rad lower down and fit a DVI connection into my graphics card as if I move the radiator down at the moment the DVI connection is in the way!


Like this :

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=10652317&postcount=408

12-12-2007, 14:31:51

Rob*

The pump i quite noisy, constant vibrations from it, loudest thing in the case even though it is 10w!



Hm.. how have you got the pump mounted the 10W model is near silent really.. This is how we have the 10W DDC mounted in our server chasis.

[IMG]http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/gallery/004.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/gallery/005.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/gallery/002.jpg[/IMG]

Temps at the moment are :

1.5v
3.68ghz
47-44-45-47c IDLE
78-78-70-70c LOAD

Jump up 30c under load!




Temps do seem a lil high.. have you tried re-seating the waterblock, have you got the correct pressure on the CPU ?

Like this :

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/sho...&postcount=408




PM Marcus he's got some of these brackets for sale AFAIK

12-12-2007, 14:47:23

tsinc80697
Thanks for the reply!

The pump is rested on top of 4 rubber grommets, not touching anything else.

Ive PM'd Marcus, thanks alot!

I tried re-seating the EK block but no change, even re-applied the AS5.

Not sure how tight it should be but the motherboard does bend at the moment, bought a backplate which will be here next week, not sure how much of the screw should be sticking out of the nut !

13-12-2007, 06:42:13

nunzio





Temps do seem a lil high.. have you tried re-seating the waterblock, have you got the correct pressure on the CPU ?



PM Marcus he's got some of these brackets for sale AFAIK



Sorry to hijack.. what size holes did you drill to mount that L stand? I have one coming and want to pre-drill :)

13-12-2007, 06:47:49

tsinc80697
Reduced the overclock to (406x8) 3.25ghz, left my computer on overnight with the fans on the lowest setting, the idle temp is the same when the fans are on high to when they are on very low, either the fans are poo or its not doing anything ?

13-12-2007, 18:59:02

Rob*

Sorry to hijack.. what size holes did you drill to mount that L stand? I have one coming and want to pre-drill



Umm.... I think the standard mounting pack which comes with the L Stand's are M3 screws and nuts!

Reduced the overclock to (406x8) 3.25ghz, left my computer on overnight with the fans on the lowest setting, the idle temp is the same when the fans are on high to when they are on very low, either the fans are poo or its not doing anything ?



What are you using to record the temperatures ?

13-12-2007, 20:36:49

tsinc80697
Using coretemp and speedfan with +15c on the temp monitors
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