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I don't know of a Reviewer(maybe I'm still too green) that gives us this type of in depth information.
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There are reviewers much like Martin, but in other forums with a full blown review rather than posting information in a forum thread like this one.

One great reviewer who did WCing a few years back is Lee "RoboTech" Garbutt. He was really ahead of his time for testing and evaluations over at www.systemcooling.com. Don't click on the link, that site has been down since 2006ish. Lee now reviews PSUs at PC Perspective. There is another good reviewer at XS as well. This place here isn't the one-all-be-all place corning the net on WCing.

Anyways, it seems this thread is always bouncing on HiJack topics.
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BigMac11.
The point of your post would be??????

Complimenting him on his system "Nice looking system. You did a great job" For some reason it posted strange?
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Complimenting him on his system "Nice looking system. You did a great job" For some reason it posted strange?

Hey, thanks Bigmac. Can I get some fries and a shake... :-) Sorry, had to say it!

Still working on it with some adjustments and new parts. Mostly case and radiator related. Should wrap it up this weekend. Will update when ready.


Also, CONGRATS TO THE WINNERS!!!
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How hot to the Laing DDC run ? (10 Watt) - Is thinking about making a full acrylic cover, but dont want to kill the pump ...
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Originally Posted by Fonne View Post

How hot to the Laing DDC run ? (10 Watt) - Is thinking about making a full acrylic cover, but dont want to kill the pump ...

they really don't run that hot. But if you're going to do that leave the base open so any heat build up can wick away naturally. Most of the heat goes into the loop imho. smile.gif

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Hello all..

I'm a noob in WCing.. I've been using DDC1 for a month now. I'm wondering whether my pump is enough for my loop..

These are my main specs 2600k (OC to 4.5 at 1.35v), Z77 UD5H, Asus 560Ti top. I tried to cool it using WC.
and these are my loop specs
- Processor WB: EK Supremacy full Nickel
- VGA WB: EK supreme HF
- 1st Radiator: Black Ice GTX 280 (cooled with 2 x YateLoon 14sh [Push] and 2 x AP-15 [pull])
- 2nd radiator: EK XTX 360 (cooled with 3 x AP 15 [push] and 3 x AP 15 [Pull]).
- Tube: Masterkleer 3/8 ID, 1/2 OD
- Resevoir: EK 250 adv res.
- i only use 2 45 degrees converter and 2 90 degrees converter fittings in my loop.
- PUMP: Using ONLY 1 Pump.. DDC1 with EK TopV2 plexi. With Enzotech HSF for MCP35x. And some 8cm fan..

this is my loop:
RES - PUMP - Black Ice GTX 280 - Processor - EK| XTX 360 - VGA Supreme HF - RES

My idle temp for CPU is between 29 - 31 C (core 1 - core 4). and my max temp using Prime 94 small FFT for 15 minutes is about 69 - 72 C (core 1 - core 4).
My idle temp for VGA is 34C, and full load using furmark (bench test) is about 45 C.
My ambient temp was between 27 - 29 C.. I live in tropical climate, and its not raining for about 2 months...
I used Aerocool F6XT fan controller for the fans. Full speed on all the fans. And Molex 4 pin directly to the pump.

My Questions are:
1. Was my loop effective to cool my rig?
2. is it enough using only 1 PUMP for my loop?
3. if i want to put another DDC1 pump with EK Top.. which one is more efficient (temperature wise)?
3a. Make another loop? each one for VGA and CPU.
3b. Buy an EK dualtop for both of pump

Any thought are welcomed...

Thx all..
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2773eff2_dualpump.png

Will take another pic with 2 bmaverick pumps in this on monday thumb.gif

Already have 1 in service on my rig (in XSPC Dual Bay, for GPU loop)

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Edited by jagz - 9/24/12 at 5:31pm
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

they really don't run that hot. But if you're going to do that leave the base open so any heat build up can wick away naturally. Most of the heat goes into the loop imho. smile.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Thanks, sounds great thumb.gif
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My pump makes a high pitched noise sound like something static, is there a way to fix this?

EDIT:

I found a video with the same noise:
At about 2:00, Thats the noise what I have

Edited by Tom114 - 9/25/12 at 8:20am
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Is it on metal or do you have your pump decoupled? thinking.gif

Neither of mine have made that noise except when they are on metal. mellowsmiley.gif

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