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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Only problem there is declaration & duty. If it is shipped as a new 3770k at a cheaper than in Canada price, customs fixes that... sozo.gif

Used and not in the 3770k box!

It then becomes a Pent 4 valued at 10$
    
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

@ the WC pump question it is good to have a pump before are right behind the main restriction in the loop.

And one placed to promote flow maybe behind the rads to pull water thru them.

@ Above poster i got my 3770k on the day it first came out it was 359 USD.

Alright so res to pump through all the rads then another pump after the rads to go to the cpu and the gpu blocks to the res's
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@ Hokies, FtW and Ivan

...a quick question about a custom loop: headscratch.gif Working on the R-IV-E / 3970X...that thing has an out-of-the box t=max= 150w (almost 2x that of a 3770K), BEFORE OC'ing...

...mobo will be 'open-air' with heavy VRM cooling on both sides...water custom loop consists of 'the usual HD' components I have used before w/some variation, i.e. a MPC655 pump, 1/2-3/4 PrimoChill adv.LRT tubes, XSPC 360/60 rad w7 Noctua 120mm fans and an EK Supremacy LG2011 block...

BUT: One extra addition - once the liquid leaves the XSPC, it moves on to a BlackIce 180 / 60 high-flow low resistance rad w/21fpi and a 360 watt rating, then back to the res, on to the MPC 655 and then into the CPU w-c block...the BlackIce will not have any fans for now...instead, I plan to have the option of fully submerging it into ice-water...basically taking baby steps towards a more extended solution later....

...the w-c system will basically be mounted horizontally, so no big height differences to overcome...I think the MPC 655 should be enough for this 2nd rad as well, noting that folks use it normally for CPU + SLI GPU...what do you guys think ? Thanks smile.gif
post #16494 of 33673
I still get good flow with my setup and same pump.

You might need more rad though. I heat soak my 480 under full load.
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OCN name: Qlix
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Liguid Pro
ihs-TIM: PK-3
Mhz gained: none yet smile.gif
OC after delid: 4.5
Temp drops: 20c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2762750
post #16496 of 33673
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

Gflops? lolz cant wait to get my OC FORMULA i just orderded biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

Nice choice!
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

Only problem there is declaration & duty. If it is shipped as a new 3770k at a cheaper than in Canada price, customs fixes that... sozo.gif

Hokies beat me to it.
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

@ Hokies, FtW and Ivan

...a quick question about a custom loop: headscratch.gif Working on the R-IV-E / 3970X...that thing has an out-of-the box t=max= 150w (almost 2x that of a 3770K), BEFORE OC'ing...

...mobo will be 'open-air' with heavy VRM cooling on both sides...water custom loop consists of 'the usual HD' components I have used before w/some variation, i.e. a MPC655 pump, 1/2-3/4 PrimoChill adv.LRT tubes, XSPC 360/60 rad w7 Noctua 120mm fans and an EK Supremacy LG2011 block...

BUT: One extra addition - once the liquid leaves the XSPC, it moves on to a BlackIce 180 / 60 high-flow low resistance rad w/21fpi and a 360 watt rating, then back to the res, on to the MPC 655 and then into the CPU w-c block...the BlackIce will not have any fans for now...instead, I plan to have the option of fully submerging it into ice-water...basically taking baby steps towards a more extended solution later....

...the w-c system will basically be mounted horizontally, so no big height differences to overcome...I think the MPC 655 should be enough for this 2nd rad as well, noting that folks use it normally for CPU + SLI GPU...what do you guys think ? Thanks smile.gif

Should be enough, rads are not really restrictive, blocks are. (and sharp turns)
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Originally Posted by Qlix View Post

OCN name: Qlix
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Liguid Pro
ihs-TIM: PK-3
Mhz gained: none yet smile.gif
OC after delid: 4.5
Temp drops: 20c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2762750

GREAT!!! biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Qlix View Post

OCN name: Qlix
CPU: 3770K
on die-TIM: Liguid Pro
ihs-TIM: PK-3
Mhz gained: none yet smile.gif
OC after delid: 4.5
Temp drops: 20c
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/2762750

Keep rockin out man and You're In! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by dr/owned View Post

I still get good flow with my setup and same pump.

You might need more rad though. I heat soak my 480 under full load.

...might be right...if so, I can also submerge the 360 as well as the 180, the way I am laying it out (once I decided not to mount it in a case, far more flexibility thumb.gif )

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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post


Should be enough, rads are not really restrictive, blocks are. (and sharp turns)

Thanks everyone thumb.gifsmile.gif
post #16499 of 33673
Yah blocks are tough...

Even with my 2 MCp 35X running 100% i do not have enough flow to get the full benefit of parallel as one card at load is 10c hotter then the other 2.. Meaning good flow is not going thru the card cause i do not have enough.

If i decide to add a 4th 7950... "which would mean another PSU " i may do so... But i may just get a Booster to do it.
    
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Used and not in the 3770k box!

It then becomes a Pent 4 valued at 10$

This works for getting someone to buy a chip & mail it up here, it would be simple & nice to just be able to order from a US etailer though. NCIX & Newegg are the best we have here for parts, & they still don't carry everything the US shops do.
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

@ Hokies, FtW and Ivan

...a quick question about a custom loop: headscratch.gif Working on the R-IV-E / 3970X...that thing has an out-of-the box t=max= 150w (almost 2x that of a 3770K), BEFORE OC'ing...

...mobo will be 'open-air' with heavy VRM cooling on both sides...water custom loop consists of 'the usual HD' components I have used before w/some variation, i.e. a MPC655 pump, 1/2-3/4 PrimoChill adv.LRT tubes, XSPC 360/60 rad w7 Noctua 120mm fans and an EK Supremacy LG2011 block...

BUT: One extra addition - once the liquid leaves the XSPC, it moves on to a BlackIce 180 / 60 high-flow low resistance rad w/21fpi and a 360 watt rating, then back to the res, on to the MPC 655 and then into the CPU w-c block...the BlackIce will not have any fans for now...instead, I plan to have the option of fully submerging it into ice-water...basically taking baby steps towards a more extended solution later....

...the w-c system will basically be mounted horizontally, so no big height differences to overcome...I think the MPC 655 should be enough for this 2nd rad as well, noting that folks use it normally for CPU + SLI GPU...what do you guys think ? Thanks smile.gif

As long as the block isn't too restrictive it should all work well. When using restrictive parts the mcp355 with higher head pressure might do better, but don't think the EK supremacy is that restrictive.
    
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