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post #31 of 39
Are your hitting 74/55 with the side panel off? You could try to externally mount the radiator - that might drop temps a bit.
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Yeah, one 360 is not enough for both a cpu & gpu - those temps are expected. If 74c makes you squirm (probably fine though) grab another rad.
Not necessarily true. While another rad should help, providing he had good flow, 360 is plenty to cool a 2600 and 580. Generally speaking, you want at least 120mm of rad space per device. Personally I prefer 240mm per device however. I'm pretty certain that his temps are directly related to his high ambient. From my experience, it's pretty much a one to one ratio where if ambient goes up 1C, so will the water temp and so will the core temps. If his ambient dropped to around 24c, his temps would drop 4-8c from that alone.
 
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At work so not really read the thread properly, but have you checked all the air is out? My RX360 copes with my rig
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Actually, if it were me I would probably drop the 2600K down to 4ghz - if that lowers the temps on the CPU I'd leave it and run with it. Then I'd use the $100 saved by not buying another radiator and put it towards an IB setup. Power consumption on those is less then what you are seeing on your 2600, so I would expect cooler temps. I bet your current loop would be more then adequate. That would allow you to OC your IB CPU & GPU.
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Not necessarily true. While another rad should help, providing he had good flow, 360 is plenty to cool a 2600 and 580. Generally speaking, you want at least 120mm of rad space per device. Personally I prefer 240mm per device however. I'm pretty certain that his temps are directly related to his high ambient. From my experience, it's pretty much a one to one ratio where if ambient goes up 1C, so will the water temp and so will the core temps. If his ambient dropped to around 24c, his temps would drop 4-8c from that alone.
Yes, the high ambients are why the 360 is not enough. So either drop ambients or add another radiator.
post #36 of 39
Watercooling essentially can reduce noise (depends) but it always reduces the spikes in temperatures on load. If you were to look at a line graph of a watercooling vs. air pc being put under load, the water cooling setup would have less spikes.
post #37 of 39
Temps sound fine to me. I wouldn't expect a 360 to dissipate 5250w very well honestly.

Gpu ~250w
Cpu ~250w
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also i should mention its only in push configuration
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took the OC back to 4.4Ghz with a 1.27VCore running pime now to check for stability which it should be since thats what it use to take
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