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post #11 of 22
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Originally Posted by Martinm210;13587965 
Not sure what they did, but you shouldn't see anywhere near that much difference.

A couple a two degrees is all I could measure using the 35X from it's lowest to highest setting which is probably more range than the D5 has in both directions.

cpu370-therm15-flowrateeffe1.png?w=588&h=665

It's fake.
I believe they wanted readers to buy D5 so they created such an absurd chart.
It is absolutely no way to see 10+ Celsius degrees.
How could there be such a difference between setting 1 and 5!
    
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post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by 2800 View Post
It's fake.
I believe they wanted readers to buy D5 so they created such an absurd chart.
It is absolutely no way to see 10+ Celsius degrees.
How could there be such a difference between setting 1 and 5!
someone's new here. Martin did that testing himself... not liang/ swiftech. btw that's flowrate, not the setting on the pump. Abysmal flowrate = abysmal temps. there is a sweet spot with flowrate...
 
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someone's new here. Martin did that testing himself... not liang/ swiftech. btw that's flowrate, not the setting on the pump. Abysmal flowrate = abysmal temps. there is a sweet spot with flowrate...
He was talking about this, not my testing.
    
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post #14 of 22
higher flow rate = better heat transfer
higher flow rate = higher pump speed

i am currently rebuilding my watecooling set-up as my loop broke the other night and the coolant spilled all over my carpet. all component on my pc was wet, no spark and guess what?.....
    
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post #15 of 22
I always thought that the higher the speed the better the temps so I just keep mine at 5. So you mean I might be able to get better temps if I set it to 3?
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I always thought that the higher the speed the better the temps so I just keep mine at 5. So you mean I might be able to get better temps if I set it to 3?
you will get better temp at setting 5 than 3 for sure
    
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I always thought that the higher the speed the better the temps so I just keep mine at 5. So you mean I might be able to get better temps if I set it to 3?
the way your set up looks ..you will get about same temps on 3
    
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post #18 of 22
Thanks guys.
post #19 of 22
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someone's new here. Martin did that testing himself... not liang/ swiftech. btw that's flowrate, not the setting on the pump. Abysmal flowrate = abysmal temps. there is a sweet spot with flowrate...
Hey dude, I was talking about this, not Martinm210's test.

Martinm210 is extremely popular.
A lot of Chinese(including Hong Kong)/Taiwanese/Japanese/Korean WC forums have quoted/cited many tests result that Martinm210 did.



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He was talking about this, not my testing.
You are becoming more and more popular in Asian WC forums.
Edited by 2800 - 5/21/11 at 7:27pm
    
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Hey dude, I was talking about this, not Martinm210's test.

Martinm210 is extremely popular.
A lot of Chinese(including Hong Kong)/Taiwanese/Japanese/Korean WC forums have quoted/cited many tests result that Martinm210 did.
it's all good bro ,welcome to OCN
    
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