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As I understand it, turbulant flow is significantly better through radiators as it increases heat transfer and laminar flow is better through tubing as it decreases resistance.

It could be I don't know enough about such things, I only had to study 2 classes on it freshman year lol and that was a while ago! Maybe he was talking about the transition into turbulence where things are usually worse than turbulent or laminar flow? I don't know, in my previous testing I had seen issues at higher flows but didn't have the measuring gear to know if it was from the pumps heat dump and how high the flow was anyway!

I'm also running into throttling issues, the 2gpm and 2.5gpm data were fine, but the 1gpm and 1.5gpm data saw some cpu throttling. At the least I'll have to re take those, but I wish I understood it. I saw the same thing on my workstation even though all the bios options were set to disable any throttling mad.gif
     
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It could be I don't know enough about such things, I only had to study 2 classes on it freshman year lol and that was a while ago! Maybe he was talking about the transition into turbulence where things are usually worse than turbulent or laminar flow? I don't know, in my previous testing I had seen issues at higher flows but didn't have the measuring gear to know if it was from the pumps heat dump and how high the flow was anyway!
I'm also running into throttling issues, the 2gpm and 2.5gpm data were fine, but the 1gpm and 1.5gpm data saw some cpu throttling. At the least I'll have to re take those, but I wish I understood it. I saw the same thing on my workstation even though all the bios options were set to disable any throttling mad.gif

I assume an RIVE with a full board block ? Maybe need a few heatsinks and a fan on the *backside* of the board on the mosfet block retention plate. There are FETs there that are cooled by nothing more than the plate and some thermal tape. See this thread.

EDIT: Please DO NOT touch that plate! You'll lose a fingerprint. thumb.gif I put a probe on mine, and it was hitting 65C under load.
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It could be I don't know enough about such things, I only had to study 2 classes on it freshman year lol and that was a while ago! Maybe he was talking about the transition into turbulence where things are usually worse than turbulent or laminar flow? I don't know, in my previous testing I had seen issues at higher flows but didn't have the measuring gear to know if it was from the pumps heat dump and how high the flow was anyway!
I'm also running into throttling issues, the 2gpm and 2.5gpm data were fine, but the 1gpm and 1.5gpm data saw some cpu throttling. At the least I'll have to re take those, but I wish I understood it. I saw the same thing on my workstation even though all the bios options were set to disable any throttling mad.gif

I assume an RIVE with a full board block ? Maybe need a few heatsinks and a fan on the *backside* of the board on the mosfet block retention plate. There are FETs there that are cooled by nothing more than the plate and some thermal tape. See this thread.

EDIT: Please DO NOT touch that plate! You'll lose a fingerprint. thumb.gif I put a probe on mine, and it was hitting 65C under load.
Lol i put a 300 degree splint on my fingertip. I didn't lose it biggrin.gif
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EDIT: Please DO NOT touch that plate! You'll lose a fingerprint. thumb.gif I put a probe on mine, and it was hitting 65C under load.
Should I be impressed or something? I just walked out of a 90C sauna, and I (and my fingers) still seem to be fine... headscratch.gif

So stren, you ran any tests on the MIPS yet? How's it looking?
Edited by Blizlake - 7/7/12 at 10:08am
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Should I be impressed or something? I just walked out of a 90F sauna, and I (and my fingers) still seem to be fine... headscratch.gif
So stren, you ran any tests on the MIPS yet? How's it looking?

Fixed. wink.gif 90C is 194F
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I assume an RIVE with a full board block ? Maybe need a few heatsinks and a fan on the *backside* of the board on the mosfet block retention plate. There are FETs there that are cooled by nothing more than the plate and some thermal tape. See this thread.
EDIT: Please DO NOT touch that plate! You'll lose a fingerprint. thumb.gif I put a probe on mine, and it was hitting 65C under load.

 



Put a little spit on your fingertip. If it is that hot the spit will protect you, and if it's really hot the spit will boil.

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Should I be impressed or something? I just walked out of a 90F sauna, and I (and my fingers) still seem to be fine... headscratch.gif
So stren, you ran any tests on the MIPS yet? How's it looking?
Fixed. wink.gif 90C is 194F
90F = 32C = Swedish Sauna.
I was talking about a Finnish sauna. See my location?
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90F = 32C = Swedish Sauna.
I was talking about a Finnish sauna. See my location?
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Yeah but you originally wrote 90C.
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I assume an RIVE with a full board block ? Maybe need a few heatsinks and a fan on the *backside* of the board on the mosfet block retention plate. There are FETs there that are cooled by nothing more than the plate and some thermal tape. See this thread.
EDIT: Please DO NOT touch that plate! You'll lose a fingerprint. thumb.gif I put a probe on mine, and it was hitting 65C under load.

Actually this is just a raw R4E right now. I have a ton of fans blowing on the heatsinks though and trying to keep the backplate cool too.
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Should I be impressed or something? I just walked out of a 90C sauna, and I (and my fingers) still seem to be fine... headscratch.gif
So stren, you ran any tests on the MIPS yet? How's it looking?

Nope Derick needs to send one to me wink.gif (I still haven't heard back from mips)

It's not a big deal though I can process the rest and apply again to them. Chances are if they see everyone else's blocks reviewed they might be more amenable...
     
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90F = 32C = Swedish Sauna.
I was talking about a Finnish sauna. See my location?
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Yeah but you originally wrote 90C.

90C might not be ordinary, but 70C and above is normal sauna temperature.
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