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post #16171 of 21284 Old 06-17-2016, 10:34 PM
 
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I believe his motivation for suggesting taking it to PM, was simply to avoid an argument in the thread.

Considering that he an I were carrying on an off topic discussion of sorts, that's the only rationale I have for the statement. And I agree with it. thumb.gif

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dont care what you believe. as he said, take your off topic to pm, as he said he should follow his own advice thumb.gif

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EK has a monoblock for the Maximus VIII Gene, which is mATX and one for the Impact VIII which is mITX.

Gives you a kind of a choice . . .

smaller mobo may mean you can fit more rad,

or stay with micro ATX and go with the gene.

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I believe his motivation for suggesting taking it to PM, was simply to avoid an argument in the thread.

Considering that he an I were carrying on an off topic discussion of sorts, that's the only rationale I have for the statement. And I agree with it. thumb.gif

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dont care what you believe. as he said, take your off topic to pm, as he said he should follow his own advice thumb.gif

Not arguing with you in the least. But the fact remains that our Experience discussion has zero chance of devolving into a flaming war. Whereas the Team Green Team Red discussion, generally if not always devolves into hurt feelings. wink.gif

Most of us are adults here so honestly it should never get that far. And there is no need for hostility because someone suggests taking such conversations off thread. I do understand what you're saying but there was no need for the smackdown of sorts. cheers.gif

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If it runs fine opening the door, water cooling is not going to help!! You have a air flow problem

Yes and No

On my Lanboy Air case, with all the fans an extra ventilation, the GTX 690 managed to kill a HDD mount, as the heat coming out of it was so intense, it turned bride the soft elastic.
Even when the 120mm fan was in front of it, the air coming out from the GTX 690 fins was going in the opposite direction, so it had to be washed back to the rear of the case.



In the smaller case like the mid tower In Win Allure the heat builds up quickly in the front of the case, as the single front fan is not enough to push back all the heat generated by the GTX 690

by going Water, it can keep all the heat on the radiator / water flow, as the stock GTX fan & cover will be removed, then the air will move to only one direction, front to back

with the CPU also removing the fan, and having it on water, then that effectively removes all heat generating wind sources inside the case, letting the normal air flow from front to back do its job, and with the help of the radiator all head should be kept at the rear of the case, and heat outside of the case

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I doubt that I would ever employ such a shoddy mount for my HDDs. With or without the added heat coming out of a GPU.

Course I am no fan of Tt for many reasons. That just happens to have now been added to the list. thinking.gif

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Hey guys

Want to ask your opinion on my temperatures

Currently cooling a 3770k and a 980ti classy with XE480(push) and XE240(pull). I'm using EK's revo D5 combo pump.  

The 3770k is overclocked to 4.4ghz with 1.28 Vcore and the classy is @ 1502mhz with stock voltage.

Running P95 the cpu gets to 79 degrees at 30 mins, running unigine heaven the cpu reaches 53-57 degrees and the classy gets to 47 degrees max with Ultra settings, extreme tessellation and x4 AA.

I reckon the temps are kinda high? What do you guys think

 

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Hey guys
Want to ask your opinion on my temperatures
Currently cooling a 3770k and a 980ti classy with XE480(push) and XE240(pull). I'm using EK's revo D5 combo pump.  
The 3770k is overclocked to 4.4ghz with 1.28 Vcore and the classy is @ 1502mhz with stock voltage.
Running P95 the cpu gets to 79 degrees at 30 mins, running unigine heaven the cpu reaches 53-57 degrees and the classy gets to 47 degrees max with Ultra settings, extreme tessellation and x4 AA.
I reckon the temps are kinda high? What do you guys think

Thanks in advance!

P95 is not good software for your CPU. Use Aida64 for max CPU temps. Seems only P95 is your issue which is expected.

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P95 is not good software for your CPU. Use Aida64 for max CPU temps. Seems only P95 is your issue which is expected.

P95 is fine, if you don't overheat with P95/LinX nothing will. I use v27.9

Just don't run the latest version, it adds unnecessary heat into you CPU.


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Hey guys
Want to ask your opinion on my temperatures
Currently cooling a 3770k and a 980ti classy with XE480(push) and XE240(pull). I'm using EK's revo D5 combo pump.  
The 3770k is overclocked to 4.4ghz with 1.28 Vcore and the classy is @ 1502mhz with stock voltage.
Running P95 the cpu gets to 79 degrees at 30 mins, running unigine heaven the cpu reaches 53-57 degrees and the classy gets to 47 degrees max with Ultra settings, extreme tessellation and x4 AA.
I reckon the temps are kinda high? What do you guys think

Thanks in advance!

Run your pc with hwinfo or afterburner running. Play some games, just some anti-virus/cinebench type software that pins your CPU then check your temps. P95 and all those prime stress tests are pure caca.

Run a cpu intensive game or intel utility stress test and those are far more realistic temps.
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P95 is not good software for your CPU. Use Aida64 for max CPU temps. Seems only P95 is your issue which is expected.

 

 

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P95 is fine, if you don't overheat with P95/LinX nothing will. I use v27.9

Just don't run the latest version, it adds unnecessary heat into you CPU.

 

 

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Run your pc with hwinfo or afterburner running. Play some games, just some anti-virus/cinebench type software that pins your CPU then check your temps. P95 and all those prime stress tests are pure caca.

Run a cpu intensive game or intel utility stress test and those are far more realistic temps.

Thanks guys.

I'm comparing the temps prior to setting up my loop when I stress tested my 3770k with H80i using P95, the max temp was 82 max 30 mins in, there's only with an improvement of 3 degrees? So I'm wondering if I'm missing something


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