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With my RS360 I get 50c max stock and 75 max when at 4.2ghz
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;13844344 
Anyone using an RX360?

Yes. I'm cooling my CPU & GPU (see sig) and my temps are usually in the low 30s and hardly ever see 40. I am using stock fans.
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post #23 of 36
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;13845674 
Reading this thread it seems like temps are really not that much lower than on air cooling, but it's 5x more expensive frown.gif

They usually aren't that better (load is usually a bit better, and I would say on average here they tend to be better), and it is more expensive, but we all know that already.

I love the silence I get with the low temps, and who am I kidding, I love tinkering and the complexity of it. I don't use ipods or any of that apple ios stuff because of it's too boring and simple biggrin.gif I prefer to torture myself and waaay over pay to enjoy the experience.

It's just like how some people spend $2000 on a semi-auto espresso machine and a $1000 grinder to get marginally better espresso than $300-400 of equipment. Pick a hobby and people go crazy over marginal improvements, often with worse results or damaging something or going broke in the process.
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;13845674 
Reading this thread it seems like temps are really not that much lower than on air cooling, but it's 5x more expensive frown.gif

the higher TDP (overclock and vcore) the larger spread between water and air.

But you need to compare the exact same system, cooled with air, then water, which baditude did here.

At moderate overclock 4.2ghz (moderate TDP), and on quiet fan speeds, water had 10-14C better temps than air, while on louder fan speeds water only 4-8C better than air.

At higher overclock 4.6, air failed, water did fine.

And at 4.4ghz, air using 2600 rpm, ie annoyingly loud fan speed had cpu temps still 3C hotter than 1000 rpm (fairly quiet) on water.
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post #25 of 36
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dr.GumbyM.D.;13847157 
They usually aren't that better (load is usually a bit better, and I would say on average here they tend to be better), and it is more expensive, but we all know that already.

I love the silence I get with the low temps, and who am I kidding, I love tinkering and the complexity of it. I don't use ipods or any of that apple ios stuff because of it's too boring and simple biggrin.gif I prefer to torture myself and waaay over pay to enjoy the experience.

It's just like how some people spend $2000 on a semi-auto espresso machine and a $1000 grinder to get marginally better espresso than $300-400 of equipment. Pick a hobby and people go crazy over marginal improvements, often with worse results or damaging something or going broke in the process.

o_O People do that?

(Then again, average Joe might look at us and think "...people spend $1k cooling their computer?")
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Originally Posted by opt33;13847507 
the higher TDP (overclock and vcore) the larger spread between water and air.

But you need to compare the exact same system, cooled with air, then water, which baditude did here.

At moderate overclock 4.2ghz (moderate TDP), and on quiet fan speeds, water had 10-14C better temps than air, while on louder fan speeds water only 4-8C better than air.

At higher overclock 4.6, air failed, water did fine.

And at 4.4ghz, air using 2600 rpm, ie annoyingly loud fan speed had cpu temps still 3C hotter than 1000 rpm (fairly quiet) on water.

Tbh not too impressive...only 4-8c difference...
On air all of my fans are on 100% fan speed anyways.
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Originally Posted by pali;13844260 

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post #27 of 36
Mine really have gone down considerably. I mostly did it cuz im running sli. In my board the top card in sli gets suffocated and runs close to 90c under full load on air. Now I can't get them to go over 48c even after stress testing for hours. If I wasn't running sli I probably wouldn't bother with water cooling unless my ambient temps im the room were really high.

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RX-360 with 3 medium speed yate loons dialed down to about half speed (best I can guess). Cooling a Q9550 at 4.2GHz with a HK 3.0 and a HD5850 at 1000/1200 with a Nickel/Acetal FC EK block.

CPU Maxes at 55C in LinX. GPU maxes around 38C in Furmark.
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post #29 of 36
RS360 with 3 GT AP29s and 3 stock fans in push pull exhaust, cooling a i5 2500k at 4.7ghz 1.4vcore

I get 32 idle, 55 max in Prime

This is with the fans on "silent" im guessing at around 1000? I have them on a controller.
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post #30 of 36
RX360 with GT set at 1150 rpm cooling

i7 950 @ 4.025ghz, 1.32vcore - idle 34C, load 65C (28C and 50C @ stock)
GTX470 @ 850mhz, 1.075v - idle 32C, load 48C

Both running full load adds about 3 more degrees to each.
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