ASUS Republic of Gamers Australia presents; the first part of How to Watercool with the Maximus V Formula Hybrid Thermal. It's been fun doing this setup and after outlining the basics of this art form, I'm increasingly confident that watercooling is really going to become more mainstream with each passing year.
Of course, we couldn't have done it without the support of EKWB (EK Waterblocks) and once again, it's really thanks to companies like EK over the past few years that have helped watercooling become an easier option for all of us. G.Skill and Cooler Master supplied the TridentX 2400MHz DDR3 and Cosmos II chassis respectively as well.
By integrating this watercooling block it helps save your money at the end of the day, and this motherboard can integrate into any open loop system as you have seen in the video.
The second video above focuses on how well the Hybrid Thermal system can keep the motherboard temperatures low during high end overclocking. Be sure to check it out as well!
I also took the time to make some 1080p Wallpapers of the Hybrid Thermal and those can of course be found here:
Be sure to join us at our Overclocking event in Sydney with world number 4 overclocker and plenty of LN2. And as promised, if you are looking for some watercooling gear to get you started in Australia then check out these guys:
Stelios at TheKoolRoom: http://www.thekoolroom.com/
Gam at Gammods: http://www.gammods.com.au/store/
G.Skill TridentX: http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=511
Cooler Master Cosmos II: http://www.coolermaster.com/microsite/cosmos_ii/
Make sure you head over to our Z77 YouTube Competition to compete: http://youtu.be/_sfNKJS2MIg
Guidelines here: https://rog.asus.com/130432012/news/australian-rog-z77-competition/