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I got a little delivery from Epic PC cases over the weekend, just made a quick video on it. Also the RX360 was delivered, and I prepped that to go in the case...so I should be tearing into my loop here shortly to change it up a little it. thumbsupsmiley.png This is also the reason I've been holding off on installing the new pump, wanted to wait for this stuff.700
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Sorry for the crappy cell phones pics. Also got some more of my favorite fans to round things out.
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Mike, I am interested in your temperatures and what you think of your fans. I went with the YL's D12SH-12 's but am finding them make a wurring/grinding noise which makes my build NOT SILENT so I am looking at replacements.

My temps currently when folding are:

CPU 46C
GPU1 42C
GPU2 39C
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Mike, I am interested in your temperatures and what you think of your fans. I went with the YL's D12SH-12 's but am finding them make a wurring/grinding noise which makes my build NOT SILENT so I am looking at replacements.
My temps currently when folding are:
CPU 46C
GPU1 42C
GPU2 39C

Interesting you mention that, I had a similar experience using YL D12SM-12's when I first water cooled my 600T, they made a grinding noise as well at low speeds, and then when I would raise the voltage with the fan controller it would turn into a faster wurring noise. I'm a big fan of the air they move, but the noises kill me, happened with three different sets I bought, ranging from the plain black ones such as yours, to a set of clear with blue LEDs, and then a set of clear with red LEDs. I only have two of the Gelid fans in the build right now, but as you can see from the pic above pretty soon all the fans on the rads will be the Gelids. I personally like them a lot, they move a great amount of air and they look great. Also they respond very well when on a fan controller and don't make any kind of grinding noises when the voltage is lowered. But the price is a little outrageous headscratch.gif

Current temps get to around 55 Celsius on the CPU at 4.5GHz, and the cards get to 41 and 42 Celsius folding at 850MHz. This is all with an ambient temp of around 25-26 Celsius. I'm hoping to get better temps with the new rad, the new fans, and the new pump.
post #114 of 237
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Took some better shots of the RX360 today after some final coats, I feel like taking the day off tomorrow just to work on the build biggrin.gif *sigh* of course bills gotta get paid though.
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Took some better shots of the RX360 today after some final coats, I feel like taking the day off tomorrow just to work on the build biggrin.gif *sigh* of course bills gotta get paid though.
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Nice build man smile.gif I just have one quick question about your loop. So from all the pictures that you posted, are you going from Cylinder Res -> Pump -> then all the way to the top 360Rad and the tubing u routed it behind the motherboard?
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Nice build man smile.gif I just have one quick question about your loop. So from all the pictures that you posted, are you going from Cylinder Res -> Pump -> then all the way to the top 360Rad and the tubing u routed it behind the motherboard?

Thanks thumb.gif when coming off the pump it goes behind the motherboard tray and then into the CPU, then into 360 Rad.
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thx for fast reply smile.gif oh btw, did you get any pics of the temps during load? or stress test? Im planning to do a similar build with the 810 case so that's why im just wondering about what kind of Temps did you get with this setup
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That new rad. is looking good bud,i am waiting for couple more parts before posting anymore pics of my build. You said it right earlier when do we ever stop wanting to mod lol.
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Very clean build. Looks really nice
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thx for fast reply smile.gif oh btw, did you get any pics of the temps during load? or stress test? Im planning to do a similar build with the 810 case so that's why im just wondering about what kind of Temps did you get with this setup

Sure no problem. I don't any screen shots of temps off hand, I haven't done the review of the case yet on my YouTube channel yet, just the unboxing, but once the build is done I'll be sure to include temps in the video.
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That new rad. is looking good bud,i am waiting for couple more parts before posting anymore pics of my build. You said it right earlier when do we ever stop wanting to mod lol.

Thanks I tried hard to get it looking good. And yea it's like I've been bitten by the water cooling bug, and the infection is going wild! lol
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Very clean build. Looks really nice

Thank you biggrin.gif
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