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post #11 of 27
No in my case 700d. i got 3 140 mm fans as intake, and 3 gt1850 120mmfans blowing out. fans are blowing air from under the rad and pushing it out of case (hence the name push NOt pull).
With that said, my 930 needs 1.28 volts for 4ghz @ 65deg-70degs (depending on temps out side no AC) Now, with 930 @ 4.2 1.35 volts 76 degs, Now i only got 3 fans hooked up on 480 rad(last slot is blocked) so 920 is it a d0 stepping.
Should water cool gpu, where its needed. My mega cpu cooler was ~ 5-7 deg hotter on low speed fans.
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post #12 of 27
leak testing isn't flushing, you get some hot distilled water and pour it into rad and shake like crazy dump out and repeat.
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leak testing isn't flushing, you get some hot distilled water and pour it into rad and shake like crazy dump out and repeat.
Why does it have to be hot distilled? It can be boiled tap water cant it? Distilled is expensive to use litre after litre in flushing.
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Yeah im sorry for some reason i thought he meant bleeding or getting all the air bubbles out. I did flush the rad but not with boiling water just with room temp distilled water.
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Why does it have to be hot distilled? It can be boiled tap water cant it? Distilled is expensive to use litre after litre in flushing.
distilled is 2$ here so it's cheap,but yeah boiled tap water works too, YOu want hot water not normal/warm water too.
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distilled is 2$ here so it's cheap,but yeah boiled tap water works too, YOu want hot water not normal/warm water too.
Wow that is cheap lol. Yeah, agreed. Boil some water whether it be distilled ot tap and pour it into the rad. Leave it for 10mins, empty half of it. Then violently shake the rad for a couple of mins and pour out the rest. I was surprised with mine as it was brand spanking new. I had to do it about 6 times. Once this is done, if tap water was used, get some distilled (any temp) and repeat the process twice. Worked for me . Just in case some of you are wondering about my sig, I havent updated it yet as im not finished with the setup .

Let us know how you get on once you've changed the fan orientation.
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Ok so im going to disconnect my comp and drain my loop then switch the fans and for good measure reseat the block on the cpu. Any advice on how to drain it? Sorry to be a pain in the a**.
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post #18 of 27
lowest point of case, pull tubing or flip case and go @ the top.. depend on setup.. pic helps. If going to pull tube off note it will spill. u can cut it but have the case fliped Yes cut tube an flip it . or have it on a table and cut a line having it not leak into case ever time it different . like I said pic helps.
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You'll usually get better temps the way you already have it set up. Intaking air from the outside through the radiator into your case. I definitely suggest leaving it as that. Leave the rear as exhaust. You want to push cool air through the radiator, not the warm air that's inside of your case.
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Thats what i thought and alot of research also suggested that as well. But i will have to test both ways my self i guess since there are so many opinions.
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