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post #8001 of 11421 Old 07-06-2016, 09:09 AM
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Here's a nice Delta-T chart I grabbed a while back from Swiftech.



Have you increased your fans to see the temp differences? Play around with that and get comfortable with what you want and make sure your pump flow is in the 1.0-1.5 GPM sweet spot.

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What is the solution to this issue with the thingo and the passive heat sink?

LiqAsrt-0319-Aquaero.jpg

I've emailed AquaTuning USA and will see what they say. That little thingo is stopping the passive heat sink from bedding down. I am pretty sure I saw this reported somewhere else.
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I have increased the max temprature to 20ºc, delta temprature during normal load is something like 8ºc and fans are at below 50%.

i just dont know what the correct numbers should be, i read that equal or below 10ºc delta temprature is good.


There's no correct numbers. I view the below 10C delta a guideline and according to your preference. If it falls within that delta, you're good man thumb.gif .

My delta with my computer is between 6C (no load) to 8.5ish C (with load), with my fans running (below 1500 RPM).

I set my loop up based on my temp preference and noise tolerance.

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What is the solution to this issue with the thingo and the passive heat sink?

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I've emailed AquaTuning USA and will see what they say. That little thingo is stopping the passive heat sink from bedding down. I am pretty sure I saw this reported somewhere else.

If I recall correctly you can push it sideways a bit to make room for the heatsink and will end up been between the side panel and the heatsink. Send a message to Shoggy.
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Thx Gabrielzm ... PM away. I tried pushing it out of the way but it still caught on the heatsink and squished the connectors.

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Thx Gabrielzm ... PM away. I tried pushing it out of the way but it still caught on the heatsink and squished the connectors.


mmmm. Found an earlier discussion about it:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1474470/ocn-aquaero-owners-club/3110#post_23420130
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Thx Gabrielzm. (+REP). I thought I had seen something earlier (like in about the last 8 months) and (IIRC) the general suggestion was to desolder the brown thing and resolder it so it isn't so tall / proud. Unfortunately, I don't have those sort of solder skills.

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As already written in the e-mail I am pretty sure that your pump adapter is not configured the right way. You have to insert a sealing screw (included) into the outer thread because otherwise you will have an open hole between the base and the adapter. Of course the water will easily run out there as soon as you fill some in.

The hole in the half-moon Plexiglas part has no usage for this product variant. The aqualis XT variants (stand alone) use this hole to move water into a side channel for the fill level sensor.


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Thx Gabrielzm. (+REP). I thought I had seen something earlier (like in about the last 8 months) and (IIRC) the general suggestion was to desolder the brown thing and resolder it so it isn't so tall / proud. Unfortunately, I don't have those sort of solder skills.
Holy moly.

Looks like the Diva ground, filed, dremelled, whatever, the notch in the heatsink a bit more, to clear it.
Imo, I'd rather do that, than desoldering/resoldering that part.

I just recently bought my AQ6, and the heatsink, so I'll take a look at it tonite to see if it has that issue as well.
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I have increased the max temprature to 20ºc, delta temprature during normal load is something like 8ºc and fans are at below 50%.

i just dont know what the correct numbers should be, i read that equal or below 10ºc delta temprature is good.

That is a nice delta. Just tune it so that you maintain the delta you want with an acceptable fan noise level. There is no single delta you need to maintain, if you load your cpu and gpu and still keep it low then you have a sweet spot and don't need more fan.

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