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lol, just take a block and drill a hole through it to run a copper tube through. And 1600w *** are you overclocked to? lol. And creating heat is probably about the same on that backplate.


Yea, I knows. I'm a bit concerned at my power draw. It's a dedicated circuit but still I worry that I'm gonna fry the wiring, poof. 4 cards clocked to 1310/1765 and cpu@5.1. When I bench I have to pop off the case door and connect in a fan or the copper sinks I put on their will burn my fingers off.


I'm only plotting it out in my head. Things might change if the added active cooling on the front side drops the back side temps into a tolerable range. Here's to hoping. thumb.gif
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Yea, I knows. I'm a bit concerned at my power draw. It's a dedicated circuit but still I worry that I'm gonna fry the wiring, poof. 4 cards clocked to 1310/1765 and cpu@5.1. When I bench I have to pop off the case door and connect in a fan or the copper sinks I put on their will burn my fingers off.
I'm only plotting it out in my head. Things might change if the added active cooling on the front side drops the back side temps into a tolerable range. Here's to hoping. thumb.gif

Damn, yeah, that is a LOT of power being pulled. Sure hope whoever wired things did a proper job. haha. I definitely know what you mean about the sinks though. That back plate gets so damn hot on high OCs...

lol...imagine something and hope for the best, lol.
 
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I have access to a 5 axis, but that doesn't mean I know how to create a model in solidworks and output it to the mill. I would just use the metal press and press out some simple hump on my case door. That I can handle lol.
I'm running quad gpu and am heavily overclocked cpu/gpu. My power draw off the wall is over 1600w so I'm creating a lot more heat than you are.


Might be time to switch to a double wide so you can properly cool the entire rig. Once your drawing that much really no single wide can house sufficient cooling except a little devil.
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Yea, I knows. I'm a bit concerned at my power draw. It's a dedicated circuit but still I worry that I'm gonna fry the wiring, poof. 4 cards clocked to 1310/1765 and cpu@5.1. When I bench I have to pop off the case door and connect in a fan or the copper sinks I put on their will burn my fingers off.
I'm only plotting it out in my head. Things might change if the added active cooling on the front side drops the back side temps into a tolerable range. Here's to hoping. thumb.gif

Don't worry about that. My old rig pulled just over 1800w from the wall with overclocks. Nothing will happen to the wiring at those levels, especially if the psu is rated at that. I never had issues, although I did go through and replace my entire harness with heavy gauge copper. If you can run off a 220v connection.
 
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Hi all, as seen above I have a difference of about 10°C between the temps CPUID & Real Temp GT combined and Asus Probe II gives me...Question is: which is correct?Oh and I'm using a Core I7 3820 at stock clocks and volts being cooled by a Corsair H80.
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Hi all, as seen above I have a difference of about 10°C between the temps CPUID & Real Temp GT combined and Asus Probe II gives me...Question is: which is correct?Oh and I'm using a Core I7 3820 at stock clocks and volts being cooled by a Corsair H80.

Real Temp is reading your core temperatures which is what you should be monitoring. CPUTIN is probably the around around the CPU socket or the IHS. If you want to know about the other sensors on your board I would suggest using HWiNFO64.

Also, Real Temp GT is if you are using 6-core CPUs. Since you're using a 3820 run RealTemp.exe.
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Real Temp is reading your core temperatures which is what you should be monitoring. CPUTIN is probably the around around the CPU socket or the IHS. If you want to know about the other sensors on your board I would suggest using HWiNFO64.
Also, Real Temp GT is if you are using 6-core CPUs. Since you're using a 3820 run RealTemp.exe.

Thanks for the reply.I downloaded and ran HWiNFO64 and the average temp for my CPU is 35°C at idle with stock settings, is the high or average for a H80 cooler?Also what would the best setting be for the PCH cooler?I currently have it set to "optional" in the bios and it is nice and quiet with this setting with a temp of 35°C average, this okay?

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Hey all. Just found this thread a few days ago. I'm currently running a RIVE with a full cover EK water block in a CPU/MB/GPU loop. I"m pretty happy with temps so far, my VRMs seem to be holding steady at about 40*C at full load with the CPU overclocked to 4.5ghz. I really like this board.
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^^Welcome. Did you by chance note the temps on the back of the board?

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Might be time to switch to a double wide so you can properly cool the entire rig. Once your drawing that much really no single wide can house sufficient cooling except a little devil.
Don't worry about that. My old rig pulled just over 1800w from the wall with overclocks. Nothing will happen to the wiring at those levels, especially if the psu is rated at that. I never had issues, although I did go through and replace my entire harness with heavy gauge copper. If you can run off a 220v connection.


Double wide, that's serious bizness. Though I suppose my rig is getting there. Your old rig pulled 1800w, lol. That is sillyness. Did you run dual psu at that point? My wiring isn't anything special, but it is new. I'll have make a point of checking into it regardless.
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I have a pair of ultra-low profile 70mm fans pointed at the VRM mounting plate, but I'll run a temp sensor to it to check it out.
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^^Welcome. Did you by chance note the temps on the back of the board?
Double wide, that's serious bizness. Though I suppose my rig is getting there. Your old rig pulled 1800w, lol. That is sillyness. Did you run dual psu at that point? My wiring isn't anything special, but it is new. I'll have make a point of checking into it regardless.

They are, but make cooling absurd setups rather easy. Used a silverstone st1500. It's rated at up to 1600w peak output which converts to around 2000w from the wall. I did run off a 220v connection tho which did help with efficiency. Copper wires do help a little, but not really anything noticeable since ur psu isn't running quite near peak yet.
 
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