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This is now a log of my "Pursuit of Performance" smile.gif


Processor only loop, i7 2600k @ 4.3Ghz 1.272v (v under load)

Loop:
Block: XSPC Raystorm
Rad: Swiftech MCR320-QP
Pump: Danger Den Laing-D5 (fixed speed)
Tubing/Bits: 1/2"
Fans: 3-120mm low speed off-brand fans, no shroud


Ambient Temperature: 26c (+/- 2c)
CPU Idle: 41c/35c/35c/37c
CPU Load: 60c/62c/63c/59c (Max temps shown in Core Temp after 20 Runs of IBT)

Edited by xlastshotx - 9/12/12 at 10:59pm
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Those look like the temps I got with my Hyper 212+ at similar clock speeds.
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They look great. You have plenty of room left to push that OC more if you like. I am running my 2700K at 5GHz / 1.48v and I am 66 - 69C after an hour of prime 95 with two RX360's and dual 35x pumps.
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hmm, maybe I just expected to much frown.gif
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Originally Posted by TheHarvman313 View Post

Those look like the temps I got with my Hyper 212+ at similar clock speeds.
But your CPU cooler not as silent as water cooling wink.gif

Op. Those temp seem normal.
What Tims are you using? And what method do you use to apply Tim?
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Originally Posted by sawjai526 View Post

But your CPU cooler not as silent as water cooling wink.gif
Op. Those temp seem normal.
What Tims are you using? And what method do you use to apply Tim?

I used the XSPC K2 Tim that came with the block, it seemed decent enough and the reviews for the block seemed to like the Tim as well. I just put a rice grain sized drop in the center of the processor
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xlastshotx View Post

I used the XSPC K2 Tim that came with the block, it seemed decent enough and the reviews for the block seemed to like the Tim as well. I just put a rice grain sized drop in the center of the processor

temps look solid all around.

you can upgrade the TIM to MX-4 or TX-4

lol +/- 3C? those are huge variations.

generally metal heatsinks works best if ambient is below room temp (25c or below)

i remember i got a huge temp boost when i did a dual pump lol but its overkill.
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Originally Posted by xlastshotx View Post

I used the XSPC K2 Tim that came with the block, it seemed decent enough and the reviews for the block seemed to like the Tim as well. I just put a rice grain sized drop in the center of the processor

Yup, If you want to get better temp your going to have to change out the tim, I use artic cooling mx2/ mx4 , but recently I just learned about the noctua tim that many are raving and ranting bout, i will be trying that next.

get new tim and report back to us!
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Originally Posted by Coolwaters View Post

temps look solid all around.
you can upgrade the TIM to MX-4 or TX-4
lol +/- 3C? those are huge variations.
generally metal heatsinks works best if ambient is below room temp (25c or below)
i remember i got a huge temp boost when i did a dual pump lol but its overkill.
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Originally Posted by sawjai526 View Post

Yup, If you want to get better temp your going to have to change out the tim, I use artic cooling mx2/ mx4 , but recently I just learned about the noctua tim that many are raving and ranting bout, i will be trying that next.
get new tim and report back to us!

lol yeah +/- 3c is a lot, i just get the temperature from my air conditioning thing in the hallway so its not usually very accurate to my room temp tongue.gif

Yeah, I will probably buy some high end tim and upgrade the pump with something like this, maybe get a better radiator.. Black Ice GTX 360 Radiator or another higher end 360 rad. I would love to get a 480 rad and run push/pull but this case is really small, I am surprised that I even managed to get a 360 rad and that big D5 pump in this thing (lots of cutting).

(here it is)


I think I was expecting to much due to my previous setup:
Black Ice GTX 480
8 x Yate Loon High speed fans
Custom Radiator shroud
Apogee GTZ
MCP355 With Res top
Q9550 @ 4.3Ghz
4870x2 with EK full coverage block

Never went higher than 45c with an ambient of 27c


Thanks to everyone for the help smile.gif I will post and update in a week or two after I upgrade everything a bit
Edited by xlastshotx - 9/12/12 at 7:47pm
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lol yeah +/- 3c is a lot, i just get the temperature from my air conditioning thing in the hallway so its not usually very accurate to my room temp tongue.gif
Yeah, I will probably buy some high end tim and upgrade the pump with something like this, maybe get a better radiator.. Black Ice GTX 360 Radiator or another higher end 360 rad. I would love to get a 480 rad and run push/pull but this case is really small, I am surprised that I even managed to get a 360 rad and that big D5 pump in this thing (lots of cutting).
(here it is)

I think I was expecting to much due to my previous setup:
Black Ice GTX 480
8 x Yate Loon High speed fans
Custom Radiator shroud
Apogee GTZ
MCP355 With Res top
Q9550 @ 4.3Ghz
4870x2 with EK full coverage block

Never went higher than 45c with an ambient of 27c
Thanks to everyone for the help smile.gif I will post and update in a week or two after I upgrade everything a bit


I believe this is a cpu only loop? the 360 rad and d5 pump should be sufficient, I bet a block reseat and better tim will you get you a much happier results wink.gif

Looking fwd to your next update!
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