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What tubing did you use Snef?
post #422 of 2241
Primochill Advanced LRT

I used it for 2 weeks now

waiting if I will have plastizer/clouding
post #423 of 2241
Quick question about performance with this block. I have had it for a few months and never really had temp issues while gaming. I started folding again this month and after a few hours the cpu temp climbed to 57-58 degrees. This seems high to me. Cpu is an i5-2500k at 5.1 w/ 1.48vcore (I know kinda high but thats what it took to get over 5). Radiator is an 480mm alphacool ut60. GPU is under water as well and never gets above 33 degrees while folding on it and it is overclocked as far as I could take it. Based on the raditor overkill I was expecting better temps. Does this temp seem right for the vcore/overclock I have going or does it seem high to anybody other than me? Thanks
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post #424 of 2241
57-58 degre for a 2500k OC at 5.1 @ 1.48 is a really good temp in my opinion
a really good temp if its a full load

what is your ambient temp and 57-58 is with cpu at 100% load or idle?

but i think 1.48v for a 24/7 overclock is to high, again only my opinion
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57-58 degre for a 2500k OC at 5.1 @ 1.48 is a really good temp in my opinion
a really good temp if its a full load
what is your ambient temp and 57-58 is with cpu at 100% load or idle?
but i think 1.48v for a 24/7 overclock is to high, again only my opinion

I believe 1.5 vcore is the breaking point for degredaing a chip on sandy bridge (could be wrong) but I usually dont run that 24/7. Only foldathons and benching. I dial it back to 4.6 and 1.38 vcore for day to day stuff. Ambient is roughly 22 degrees give or take a 1 or so in either direction. I feel like a delta of ~35 is a bit much given rad size. Was wondering if I just had a bad mount, but will try to remount after foldathon is done.
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post #426 of 2241
Your water loop temperatures is not reaching 60C ... so not much of a delta per se here wink.gif I bet your water loop temps is still well under 40C at most under full load. it's pretty normal that water cooling can't transfer all the heat generated by CPU through water up to rads for dissipation (which is also limited in a given time period).
It could also be dust in rads lowering the heat dissipation in general. or some dirt inside cooling block limiting the water flow around fins.

The issue could be related also to TIM under cooling block going bad (hardened, loosing properties, etc.) ... I noticed in past that MX-2 paste was degrading after roughly 3 months and calling for replacement. could be that is the case?

you should re-run the same exact stress tester (using same settings) as you used in past to compare CPU temps directly, given the ambient is same and all clocks and hardware is same as well.

Personally I think your temps are great biggrin.gif given the vcore being used, I'd call it normal if not great wink.gif
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I know the vcore is high but I kinda lost the chip lottery with this guy. After 4.6 it just took an insane amount of voltage to get it stable. I'm also curious if its just a bad oc job by me (definately in the realm of possibility) and there are some settings I can play with to be able to drop voltage and still be stable. Looking in the 5ghz OC club there are some guys hitting 5 hanging around 1.4 vcore. I think a few are even a little lower than 1.4.
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post #428 of 2241
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Primochill Advanced LRT
I used it for 2 weeks now
waiting if I will have plastizer/clouding

Cool. smile.gif

Looks like you also used wide stubby Bitspower barbs? biggrin.gif
post #429 of 2241
upgrading my rig to the RX 360 D5 Raystorm kit sometime to day. Going to be rocking two RX360s soon biggrin.gif
post #430 of 2241
Hi guys, i have a question regarding the Raystorm.

I am currently in the midst of building my loop and i was wondering if there will be any performance/temperature issues if i use the OUT as the input and the IN as the output??

My tube from the rad is very hard to route to the IN port of the Raystorm, please advise. Thanks.
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