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post #1 of 8
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So my new built is complete, what do you think of the temps? Also please post suggestions to improve my build if you got any.

Components:
CPU: EK Supreme HF
GPU: EK Full Cover 580
Rads: 1x120 Airplex XT, 1x240 Airplex XT
Pump: Swiftech mcp355(600lt/h)
Res: XSPC Dual bay
Fans: Coolermaster SickleFlow 69cfm

All fans on the rads are push/outake(is this bad tactic?)
Also on lowest rpm(zalman mfc1 fan controller)

Overclock:
CPU: Phenom II X4 965 @ 4Ghz - 1450V
NB: 2600 @ 1250V
GPU: 900/2000 @ 1100V

Temps:
CPU: 30C idle / 47C load(intelburntest)
GPU: 30C idle / 48C load(bc2)

Pics:
More tomorrow


Edited by zefs - 5/13/11 at 11:18am
    
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post #2 of 8
It depends on the type of radiator but I'd say it's a safe bet to keep those fans in a push configuration. You have to adjust the fan speeds to suit your noise levels - if you like it noisier, turn it up, it's your water cooling

You didn't include your ambient temperatures, but those are very reasonable. To give you a little idea of temperatures from my loop, when the ambient in here is around 19C, I get 23C idle and around 42C load with a better radiator.

If you compare my temperatures with yours and factor in the lower-quality radiator, those temperatures are awesome.
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post #3 of 8
I think the CPU and GPU is fine for overclock temperatures. The push fans is fine, assuming you are using the front 650D 200mm to intake cool air. I really didn't see much of a difference when I switch my fan direction for my rads. Sweet build, definitely put up more pictures!
post #4 of 8
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Ambient is around 20C
By the way my stable overclock with custom fan profile on air for the 570 was 900/2000. I just run furmark on 940/2000 with the new build and seems stable. Hope it is after couple of hours of gameplay too.
    
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OK, so after more testing I noticed that the CPU overclock(4GHz - 1450V) is not stable on games. It can pass intelburntest but crashes on vantage or bc2 where both cpu and gpu is used.

I suppose that's because the cpu gets even hotter since the gpu is also getting hot and it's one loop. My overclock was stable with Corsair H70 though. Any suggestions?
    
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Did u use 3/8 tubes?
    
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Test with the h70 and see if it is actually the temps of the cpu that are causing the crash.
If it is fine with the h70, then monitor your temps with the h70 and then monitor your temps while with the loop, and try to close the gap. You will probably have to speed up the fans, or get better rads if you are a silencer.
Edited by Omega329 - 5/14/11 at 5:34am
    
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post #8 of 8
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Yes tubing is 3/8.
And yes as I said it's stable with H70 but not with the loop.
    
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