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In looking more closely at this thread and the Skineelabs website I can see why Kdon was confused. When referring to a Δ15° poorly designed system, it's referring to the difference between idle and load. A poorly designed system might change water temps at any given point in the loop by 15°C when at load. It's not referring to the difference between temps in and out of the rad.
    
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In looking more closely at this thread and the Skineelabs website I can see why Kdon was confused. When referring to a Δ15° poorly designed system, it's referring to the difference between idle and load. A poorly designed system might change water temps at any given point in the loop by 15°C when at load. It's not referring to the difference between temps in and out of the rad.
Not quite. He is refering the the difference between the air temp going into the rad and the water temp coming out.

Ideally you want this to be 0°C, meaning that you are reducing the water to the ambient temperature. This represents the limit of cooling possible without going for active cooling (TECs, phase change etc).

The higher the air - water difference the less optimized your setup.
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My res comes right after two 5850s, and I have an RX360...under load it gets pretty hot.
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Excuse me armchair scientist, how about instead of being a snobby ass with clearly no technical knowledge you listen to a guy who has active temperature monitoring on his loop and clearly knows his deltas (stallion). Also a company who bases their results on empirical date (skinee labs) states that loops can get up to a 15c delta if not optimized. Plus if there is a 1.5c temp difference between water going into your rad and then out, then what the hell if your rad doing. Your radiator can dissipate several hundred watts (energy over unit time derp), which is clearly going to affect the water in more than a 1.5c way... will find links to skinnee labs testing to prove you wrong if you'd like

Tldr: you're wrong, let's see empirical data from testing that proves you right, because actual data disagrees with your armchair scientistry
No, I'm not wrong, its you that don't know what you are reading. When skinne talks about Delta he means Delta Air in-Water average. He ain't talking about Delta Water in-water out. Thats why a loop with a 10ºC Delta (air in-water average) is a normal loop; but for that to be a water in-out it would be a VERY extreme one.

So, this is my backup:



http://skinneelabs.com/swiftech-mcr-320-qp/3/

You can see that for normal flowrates (0.8-1.6GPM) and normal fan speeds (800-1200rpm) and a normal load (~380W) you have a Water in-out Delta of 1-2ºC (depends on many variables, but around those figures).

Now, the word "Delta", like that withouth any more words is used 99% of the time to refer to the value "Air in - average water Delta". Out of context it means nothing, because a loop with a water in-out Delta of more than 3-3.5ºC is not a normal one by no means and thus my answer.

Obviously a loop with a 980X and 4 x GTX580 is not a "normal" loop by any definition...and forgive me to say it, but its VERY unoptimized if you understand that different components have different needs in order to be cooled efficiently.
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@OP
Digging thru these posts, it would seem the heat is not being dissipated and building up in the reservoir.

It seems the only way to get the reservoir hotter than a few °C over ambient would be for the radiator to not be able to dissipate the heat. I could see this happening by either air flow or water flow. First, I would try checking the fans to see if one has gone bad and then speeding up the fans.

Are you folding 24/7?

As someone who is researching water cooling systems, this is all very informative. It parallels what I know about cooling systems for cars. You can run a 4 cylinder radiator on an 8 cylinder for a 1/4 mile run, but just try to go across town!

Back to computers, I have bought a CPU water block and am saving for the rest. As to what the rest will be, I am working on that!
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Not quite. He is refering the the difference between the air temp going into the rad and the water temp coming out.

Ideally you want this to be 0°C, meaning that you are reducing the water to the ambient temperature. This represents the limit of cooling possible without going for active cooling (TECs, phase change etc).

The higher the air - water difference the less optimized your setup.
Thank you for clarifying! +REP
    
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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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Originally Posted by prava View Post
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.
There must be something wrong with my temp monitoring then because the water is much hotter in my res than when it comes out of the 5th radiator

my loop goes like this:

res1 (~32c) -> pump 1+2 -> rad1 ->rad2 -> rad3 -> rad4 -> rad5 (~26c) -> cpu1 -> mobo1 -> mosfet1 -> mosfet2 -> ram1 -> gpu1 -> gpu2 -> gpu3 -> res1 (~32c)

*(assuming 21c ambient)

Water is obviously much cooler when it exits rad5 than when it's in the reservoir since all of the components heat it up and the reservoir gets the hottest water in the loop. The water can only heat up as much as the components dump into the loop so I don't see what the problem is. If you have high tdp components there can be even a 10C or more difference between the intake temp on the water of the first radiator and the exhaust of the final radiator if you have all of your radiators in serial right after each other. Assuming the reservoir is the first and the last component in the loop there's no way it's not the hottest.

The higher the tdp components and the higher end the cooling system the greater the temp differences will be in the water throughout the loop. A single gtx580 might only heat the water up 1c from entrance to exit within the waterblock, but have 4 of those in a loop as well as multiple cpus and other components cooled and you have quite a temp difference.
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There must be something wrong with my temp monitoring then
Not necessarily, lets have a look:

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res1 (~32c) -> pump 1+2 -> rad1 ->rad2 -> rad3 -> rad4 -> rad5 (~26c) -> cpu1 -> mobo1 -> mosfet1 -> mosfet2 -> ram1 -> gpu1 -> gpu2 -> gpu3 -> res1 (~32c)
So a 6°C difference throught the loop. Using the approximation of 260W / °C @ 1GPM that gives a total power dissipation of 1560W. I see you are running a 1500W PSU and have blocks on the major heat producing components, so it is feasible that you are cooling that much.

What is more likely is that your flow rate is slightly lower than 1GPM or your temp probes are out by a bit. Either way 6°C variation through the loop isn't impossible, just not representative of the "average" system. Well done, you have created a monster.
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There must be something wrong with my temp monitoring then because the water is much hotter in my res than when it comes out of the 5th radiator

my loop goes like this:

res1 (~32c) -> pump 1+2 -> rad1 ->rad2 -> rad3 -> rad4 -> rad5 (~26c) -> cpu1 -> mobo1 -> mosfet1 -> mosfet2 -> ram1 -> gpu1 -> gpu2 -> gpu3 -> res1 (~32c)

*(assuming 21c ambient)

Water is obviously much cooler when it exits rad5 than when it's in the reservoir since all of the components heat it up and the reservoir gets the hottest water in the loop. The water can only heat up as much as the components dump into the loop so I don't see what the problem is. If you have high tdp components there can be even a 10C or more difference between the intake temp on the water of the first radiator and the exhaust of the final radiator if you have all of your radiators in serial right after each other. Assuming the reservoir is the first and the last component in the loop there's no way it's not the hottest.

The higher the tdp components and the higher end the cooling system the greater the temp differences will be in the water throughout the loop. A single gtx580 might only heat the water up 1c from entrance to exit within the waterblock, but have 4 of those in a loop as well as multiple cpus and other components cooled and you have quite a temp difference.
First of all, that loop is as inefficient as it gets (seriously). Its never a good idea to mix cpu + everything else when you have such a monster case and rads to do it.

Second, I clearly stated that you'd need quite an EXTREME setup to surpass that 3.5ºC mark. I'm sure you have a lowish flowrage + your setup is very extreme (everything is on water) so IDK how I was wrong.
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5 radiators in a row is a bit extreme and does make sense that you are seeing a 6c difference before and after your rad set. Ideally, you should split that into two loops, or see about splitting your rad set into 2/3 with say 3 rads for your GPUs and two for everything else, but in a single loop.
 
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