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First Completed Water Loop

post #1 of 4
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Just got my first water loop put together and ran some temp tests.

First, here's my water cooling set up:


Radiator:............. XSPC RX360 Triple 120mm Radiator Rev 2
Fans:.................. 3x Cooler Master 120mm Green LED Case Fan (Pushing Through)
Tubing:............... Tygon R3400 1/2" ID (3/4" OD) UV Resistant Tubing - Black (For Cooling Loop)
.......................... Feser Tube Active UV Hose - 3/8" ID (1/2"OD) - UV Orange (For Filling And Draining System)
CPU Water Block:.. EK Supreme HF Universal CPU Liquid Cooling Block - Rev 2 - Acetal
Reservoir:............ FrozenQ Liquid Fusion 160 ml Reservoir
Pump:................. Swiftech MCP655 With Speed Control
Pump Top:........... EK-D5 X-TOP Version 2
Coolant:.............. 3/4 Gallon of distilled water w/ 3 drops of dead water.





Here's some graphs from the tests I ran. I'd appreciate any comments on my temperatures, since this my first time doing this, I have no idea if these temps are good, bad, average. Thanks in advance for any input.

The first graph is idle temps, the temps were taken about every 30 minutes:


The second graph is full load temps, these temps were taken about every 11 minutes:
post #2 of 4
Very well done
Nice demonstration

You should push the overclock higher and give the results
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post #3 of 4
Pretty slick considering it's your first time...

Might I suggest fan shrouds? And Push-Pull to further maximize those temps? It'd probably let you OC it higher too...

Good job smile.gif
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post #4 of 4
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Thanks for the comments. I do plan to overclock this set up a lot more. I forgot to add one more thing... when I recorded all of the temps, the pump was and still is only running at half speed.

I was thinking about the push/pull configuration because that was how I had my H50 set up. Fan shroud however, is something I didn't think of yet, thanks for the idea, luXfer.
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