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post #11 of 67
The correct answer is the same temperature as the rest of the water in your loop.
post #12 of 67
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Originally Posted by Seufari View Post
The correct answer is the same temperature as the rest of the water in your loop.
So your saying the temp of water before and after a rad is the same?

Or do you mean that the order of a loops components has little impact on the temps of your w/c cpu ? ie:the placement of rad and res doesnt really matter


@op,my res gets warm when my system is under load for about 10 mins as its fed straight from cpu/gpu blocks with no rad directly in path.
Edited by superj1977 - 10/17/11 at 6:51am
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post #13 of 67
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Im just wondering to see hot hot does your res water get.


I took my res temp and it was like 115F. Hot to the touch :X


Is that normal?
I would say not normal. How is your loop setup?

I go from pump -> CPU -> radiator -> reservoir and I am only cooling my CPU at the moment on a single 240 radiator in push/pull with medium speed fans. If I touch my reservoir it is cool, not warm at all. Room temps are about 70°F.
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my watertemp depends on the radiator fan speed ofcourse

At ~800 rpm I get a 4.5c ambient-water Delta at full load. Reservoir will be slightly warmer as I measure the Delta when it enters the CPU block, water exiting the GPU block seems to be about 1.5c warmer when CPU and GPU are fully loaded.

so around 6C over ambient I guess not bad considering the low-noise right
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post #15 of 67
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The temp of the reservoir depends where the reservoir is in your loop. If you have it just after a cpu and multiple gpus the water will be much hotter than if you have it after multiple radiators before the water hits components. Your res will always be warmer than room temperature, but its temp is an indicator of the performance of your loop.
The water temperature throughout the loop does not vary more than degree or so. Normal Twater in/out delta for radiator is ~ 0.5-1.0°C.
    
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The temp of the reservoir depends where the reservoir is in your loop. If you have it just after a cpu and multiple gpus the water will be much hotter than if you have it after multiple radiators before the water hits components. Your res will always be warmer than room temperature, but its temp is an indicator of the performance of your loop.
You have no idea what you are talking about. The max temperature difference you will see in probably any watercooling loop would be around 3 - 3.5ºC, but not more (unless you have VERY extreme loop, that is).

So, please don't spread false information. Temperature variation within a loop is very small; in a normal basis we are talking about less than 1.5ºC comparing the hottest and coldest point of the loop.
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it's a 1.5c difference between entering my CPU block and exiting my GPU block

I can imagine it's much more than that with a overclock 1366 cpu and triple SLI setup
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post #18 of 67
My water delta (Res after all blocks, before rads) was 7.9C over ambient. Over rad'd here but second rad runs passive.
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Hot, when I was running an RX360 for my CPU and an RX120 on a separate loop for my GTX 480.

Then again, when stress testing, my entire room is hot to the touch (35C ambients).
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On a warm day my water will hit 36°C (97°F) when folding. I think your loop is somewhat overloaded and would benifit from more rad space but those are not dangerous temps. If you are happy with how your loop is performing then no need to change anything, otherwise see about throwing another rad in there.

I would reccomend a Swiftech MCR220 or bigger for price / performance.
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