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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

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post #2701 of 10135
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Originally Posted by The Sandman View Post

Have a look at the Rasa kits (RX360 and have room to add GPU). A little bit more money but all kinds of room to expand plus better temps. Do it right the first time, you won't be sorry!
http://www.overclock.net/t/882408/official-xspc-rasa-750-rs-rx120-240-360-kit-club

Ok! I have bought FX-6100 (unfortunately they sent me a chip with serial number 20089, so I am
a little bit worried about overclocking capability (damn, I got no luck. Had a chip 955 BE once and its number was 00562 and overclocking was beautifully up to 4.5 GHz on air smile.gif and 1.5 core V).

Sandman... and what is the cost of all of this water cooling set? I know that it's better to pay more for better quality and less worries in the future.
I will have to look for any tutorials about WC - I have never done that. Could you recommend me any thread about it (for starters tongue.gif) TIA
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i still cannot manage to get above 2790mhz on my NB.... i dont know whick fixed voltages i should input...
     
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post #2703 of 10135
Updated Build log if interested, 1st page now has banner and current status. Need to get added to the club havent sent in validation yet

http://www.overclock.net/t/1276326/build-log-amd-fx-8150-nzxt-switch-810-mod-ek-h30-360-ltx-advanced-liquid-cooling-kit-magma#post_17606272
post #2704 of 10135
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i still cannot manage to get above 2790mhz on my NB.... i dont know whick fixed voltages i should input...

for higher NB frequancys you need a incress in CPU/Nb voltage
post #2705 of 10135
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for higher NB frequancys you need a incress in CPU/Nb voltage

for the sabertooth, what is the stock cpu/nb voltage?
     
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some where in the area of 1.17 for the FX cpu
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I will have to look for any tutorials about WC - I have never done that. Could you recommend me any thread about it (for starters tongue.gif) TIA

This is the latest kit http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16071/ex-wat-211/XSPC_Raystorm_EX360_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Kill_Coil_.html?tl=g30c321s1310
Nicer kit? Yes. Really necessary? No, The RX is a beast (see link below) the EX version is more efficient with improved performance (slightly). Something to remember, a thicker radiator still needs strong static pressure fans (same for any radiator) but the thicker units require less rpm making them even more quiet.

This is what I was referring to http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14183/ex-wat-182/XSPC_Rasa_750_RX360_Universal_CPU_Triple_Radiator_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_Updated_Pump_and_RX360_Radiator_and_Free_Kill_Coil.html?tl=g30c321s1310

Here's a snip of the end of a 28 hr prime95 run (still under load) with my 1090T @ 4233MHz with NB Freq @ 3211Mhz to give you an idea of voltage vs temps. I also started out with a Mungen II so I know exactly where you're at lol.


I run the RS360, (thinner than the RX) and temps are not an issue as you can see.

The thread link I previously posted is a real good place to start.

Feel free to PM me if I can help further, or just post back here.
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post #2708 of 10135
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for the sabertooth, what is the stock cpu/nb voltage?

The CPU/NB default voltage is 1.162
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post #2709 of 10135
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This is the latest kit http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16071/ex-wat-211/XSPC_Raystorm_EX360_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Kill_Coil_.html?tl=g30c321s1310
Nicer kit? Yes. Really necessary? No, The RX is a beast (see link below) the EX version is more efficient with improved performance (slightly). Something to remember, a thicker radiator still needs strong static pressure fans (same for any radiator) but the thicker units require less rpm making them even more quiet.

Remarkable kit but I think ... a little bit too expensive for me... but...
I like this one you recommended to me smile.gif Well, it can be a lame question but in specification they wrote:
"AMD Sockets 939, 754, 940, AM2, AM3"

Would that be any problem to fit this onto Sabertooth MOBO ?
My main objective is to have watercooling system to cool down only a CPU. (Don't need it for GPU because it's already cool enough but I assume there wouldn't be any problems to adjust it for cooling down my GPU in the future).

The price is in my range wink.gif Do I need anything else besides all of those parts that are included in the kit? I guess that would be fluid right ? smile.gif I've read somewhere that Feser One is quite good.
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Here's a snip of the end of a 28 hr prime95 run (still under load) with my 1090T @ 4233MHz with NB Freq @ 3211Mhz to give you an idea of voltage vs temps. I also started out with a Mungen II so I know exactly where you're at lol.

My gosh! Only 39*C per core !!! Very nice! Got this Mugen II lapped with 2 Scythe Fans (max 1800 RPM) on it. There is also one 120 mm exhaust fan on the top and one in the rear ( just right behind second pulling fan mounted on Mugen). Temp under load (3.9 GHz CPU and NB 3 Ghz) is around 52*C (but this is only when I test it with IBT - normally I think it doesn't go higher than 42*C - actually I don't know excactly).
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I run the RS360, (thinner than the RX) and temps are not an issue as you can see.

The thread link I previously posted is a real good place to start.

Feel free to PM me if I can help further, or just post back here.

Thanks for your help thumb.gif I have to read a little bit about it and I will choose sth just for my rig smile.gif
One question. With this XSPC Rasa 750 RX360 Universal CPU kit is it possible to mount all of this outside my case (apart of waterblock of course) ? I mean of course radiator isn't going to fit in a case but I want a Pump/Reservoir was outside my case - 1 meter distance (moreless). In that case performance of pump will be enough to keep liquid pressure ?

One more time - thanks for your help smile.gif
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pendrago:
AM3 and AM3+ are the same so yes water block is not an issue.

I hear what you're saying about not needing to do the GPU, but after the CPU only loop gets a month or two old, you may start to think about adding it just because you can lol. WC does that to you a little.
My son has his 1090T and a GTX 590 (dual processor) in a RX360 and GPU rarely goes above 41 - 43c while gaming. Less heat makes things last longer and OC easier using less voltage.

The kit does have everything you'll need but I'd strongly recommend grabbing some Premochill tubing and not use the tubing that comes with the kit (7/16 x 5/8) Frozen has it. The stock tubing tends to discolor quickly.
Best thing to run is distilled water and silver kill coil, never any "fluids" or especially dyes. Buy colored tubing if you want color.
You'll also need vinegar (diluted with hot water) for a cleaning solution used to flush the new radiator. Be sure and rinse everything with diluted water.
You may opt to install a drain line which takes a plastic "T" fitting or a billet one, with a fill/drain port.

Yes it is very doable to mount radiator to either top, or back of case. Kit has mounting tabs but you may need more screws/spacers etc.
I have seen a few that run external res/pump too.
Yes the RX360 and even a 420 can fit in some cases. I can run one of each and still have room for a 240 lol.
Just like OCing, WCing is also very addicting,
Enjoy!!!
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