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I reasently installed a watercooling kit in my case(EK supreme HF, JingwayDP1200, 240x120x30mm radiator).

Since I did this I have seen litle to no temperature improovement, but I suspect it may be because of;
- radiator thickness
- fans(I curently use 2 noctua fans wich are not that good for radiators) in push btw.
- radiator placement(internal radiator)
- res.(small)

would it be worth it if I spendt 100-200$ more to get a 360x120x60mm radiator, 3 scythe gentle typhoons, a bigger res. and then mounted this outside the case? I have reseated my waterblock 3 times and I'm confident I have done it right

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wow idling at 55celcius? dat bad

how did u apply the TIM? did u follow the recommended TIM placement? did you remove the plastic film on the blcok?
 
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I have reseated the block 3 times and I am confident Ive got it right. I have removed the plastic film.

I tryed the "line across the prosessor" and "pea siced dash in the middle" method for aplying the tim. I even tryed spreading it with a spreader card eavenly across the surface. they all give the same results.
Edited by zoid.srg - 7/24/11 at 5:28am
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You got all bubble's out yet ?

Alot of air left in the water can give higher temperature's to.

Turning you fans around making them suck air in from outside the case can help a bit to.
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from the pictures..looks like u got the tubings wrong..

the hole near to the centre of the block must be the inlet...you are using it as the output..
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It might not be one thing causing one big problem. It could be a combination of small problems that add up to a very idle temp.

What TIM are you using?

I'm guessing it's low RPM/low CFM fans in only push + possible air bubbles adding together. If you're using meh TIM it could add a few degrees too.

Cheapest bet would be wait a few days and see if temps drop. If not pick up a couple high speed Yates for cheap and see if that drops it a good bit. If these improvements provide benefits that you would consider fractional rather than drastic, I would just jump on upgrading everything. Like, say if 4 high speeds in P/P drop it 5º, and new TIM drops it another 5, you can be pretty sure it's small issues adding up. If new fans makes it not budge and you're already using high quality TIM, and there is no air in the loop than you're either overloading the rad or something isn't working or installed correctly.
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Originally Posted by Najentus View Post
It might not be one thing causing one big problem. It could be a combination of small problems that add up to a very idle temp.

What TIM are you using?

I'm guessing it's low RPM/low CFM fans in only push + possible air bubbles adding together. If you're using meh TIM it could add a few degrees too.

Cheapest bet would be wait a few days and see if temps drop. If not pick up a couple high speed Yates for cheap and see if that drops it a good bit. If these improvements provide benefits that you would consider fractional rather than drastic, I would just jump on upgrading everything. Like, say if 4 high speeds in P/P drop it 5º, and new TIM drops it another 5, you can be pretty sure it's small issues adding up. If new fans makes it not budge and you're already using high quality TIM, and there is no air in the loop than you're either overloading the rad or something isn't working or installed correctly.
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from the pictures..looks like u got the tubings wrong..

the hole near to the centre of the block must be the inlet...you are using it as the output..
no, center hole is input...



I curently use MX4(i have some AS ceramique and 5 on hand if you would recomend that before MX4). I tested the system outside the case before installation and actively tilted the rad and block to get rid of the bubbles.
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no, center hole is input...



I curently use MX4(i have some AS ceramique and 5 on hand if you would recomend that before MX4). I tested the system outside the case before installation and actively tilted the rad and block to get rid of the bubbles.
if its input, then your loop is

CPU - RAD - RES ???

if it is, most of us have cooler water from the rad to the cpu

CPU - RES - RAD

Step 10 : The Inlet is at the bottom of the block with the word 'Supreme' is on the right side

Looking at your setup, the inlet tubing is going to the res.
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Originally Posted by enrell View Post
if its input, then your loop is

CPU - RAD - RES ???

if it is, most of us have cooler water from the rad to the cpu

CPU - RES - RAD

Step 10 : The Inlet is at the bottom of the block with the word 'Supreme' is on the right side

Looking at your setup, the inlet tubing is going to the res.
His loop is going pump-cpu-rad-res-pump. Nothing wrong with the order of loop and output of the pump is connected to inlet of cpu block, that's also ok.
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