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This is probably not the best place to ask.
But I just like it here. My fav. club. biggrin.gif

Upgraded to a 290 tri-x lately and it is working okay.
Only downside, heat.

My cpu stays cool and quiet paired with an ek block and an UT60 360 radiator.
The gpu on the other hand is rather loud when overclocked, taking the advantage of the quiet cpu cooling away.

I am thinking about grabbing a second hand fullcover block for my gpu in the near future.

Now comes the question.
Will my current radiator be sufficient to cool both?
My fx-8320 is currently clocked at 4.7 with 1.44v.

Thanks guys.
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Originally Posted by Chopper1591 View Post

This is probably not the best place to ask.
But I just like it here. My fav. club. biggrin.gif

Upgraded to a 290 tri-x lately and it is working okay.
Only downside, heat.

My cpu stays cool and quiet paired with an ek block and an UT60 360 radiator.
The gpu on the other hand is rather loud when overclocked, taking the advantage of the quiet cpu cooling away.

I am thinking about grabbing a second hand fullcover block for my gpu in the near future.

Now comes the question.
Will my current radiator be sufficient to cool both?
My fx-8320 is currently clocked at 4.7 with 1.44v.

Thanks guys.
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go for it. you've got lots of headroom at that voltage unless there are issues with your blocks or loop.
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go for it. you've got lots of headroom at that voltage unless there are issues with your blocks or loop.

I really find mixed info on this subject.
Some tell their is plenty of headroom so you can easily do cpu+gpu on a 360.
Others say you can only with both the cpu and gpu on stock. Or with very high fan speeds.

My cpu with this setting stays very cool while gaming, 35-40c with low fan speeds(600-800).
    
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go for it. you've got lots of headroom at that voltage unless there are issues with your blocks or loop.

I really find mixed info on this subject.
Some tell their is plenty of headroom so you can easily do cpu+gpu on a 360.
Others say you can only with both the cpu and gpu on stock. Or with very high fan speeds.

My cpu with this setting stays very cool while gaming, 35-40c with low fan speeds(600-800).

I had a 8320 at 5.0 1.575V and a 7990 on an RX360.

You're fine.
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go for it. you've got lots of headroom at that voltage unless there are issues with your blocks or loop.

I really find mixed info on this subject.
Some tell their is plenty of headroom so you can easily do cpu+gpu on a 360.
Others say you can only with both the cpu and gpu on stock. Or with very high fan speeds.

My cpu with this setting stays very cool while gaming, 35-40c with low fan speeds(600-800).

well you are not gunna be able to add the card to the loop without noticing something.

for example (i know this is sorta apples to oranges, but freshness in a sense is in your favor.. weird analogy i know)

i've got 360mm space split between my two AIO's my cpu running @ 4.75 @ 1.53v underload, and my 780 ti is running a modded bios with unlocked voltage.

if i had a block on my card i could go higher (but its a g10 style thing, vrm temps are limiting me now)

I don't have the headroom to clock my cpu higher due to the insane volts required for my vWall. but my card has a little more in the tank once i get VRMs under control

I run my rads push pull @ 7v and i don't over heat.

by comparison.. you've got a thick 360, WAY better rad then the Cheap aios that i'm using. your block is better a block on a card will better dissipate the heat..

you might need to speed your fan up a touch and maybe your pump but asside from those to things a slightly raised liquid saturation temp is about what i would expect from an addition like that.
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I had a 8320 at 5.0 1.575V and a 7990 on an RX360.

You're fine.

That's info I was looking for.
Thanks.

Which fans and at what speed were you running btw?
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well you are not gunna be able to add the card to the loop without noticing something.

for example (i know this is sorta apples to oranges, but freshness in a sense is in your favor.. weird analogy i know)

i've got 360mm space split between my two AIO's my cpu running @ 4.75 @ 1.53v underload, and my 780 ti is running a modded bios with unlocked voltage.

if i had a block on my card i could go higher (but its a g10 style thing, vrm temps are limiting me now)

I don't have the headroom to clock my cpu higher due to the insane volts required for my vWall. but my card has a little more in the tank once i get VRMs under control

I run my rads push pull @ 7v and i don't over heat.

by comparison.. you've got a thick 360, WAY better rad then the Cheap aios that i'm using. your block is better a block on a card will better dissipate the heat..

you might need to speed your fan up a touch and maybe your pump but asside from those to things a slightly raised liquid saturation temp is about what i would expect from an addition like that.

Yeah, difference between AIO and thick rad's is massive. I had my 8320 cooled by a h100 before, by all means that aint a bad cooler but this is much better.

Vrm is the main reason I am looking at fullcover over universal. They are even the problem now, the core is pretty cool with the stock tri-x cooler(80c with a 1200 core OC).

My voltage wall is where I am @ now. 4.8 requires some more and going to 5.0 is just plain mad, requires me to pump like 1.58v.
For me, this puppy is doing what she is asked to do on 4.7ghz. 4.6 is the sweetspot, this will require 1.41v

Upping the fans a bit is no problem. Even on 100% (1850rpm) they are more quiet then the stock gpu cooler.

I am also looking at buying some in-line water temp. meter.
To get an idea on where I am, load wise.
What should one aim for? Max water temp. I know my xspc bay res says max water temp 50c.

And also, my d5 is currently on speed 2. So there is plenty to gain there too.
This is also a reason I want a temp meter. To see what the increased pump speed does.
Higher flow is not necessarily better, right?
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I had a 8320 at 5.0 1.575V and a 7990 on an RX360.

You're fine.

That's info I was looking for.
Thanks.

Which fans and at what speed were you running btw?
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well you are not gunna be able to add the card to the loop without noticing something.

for example (i know this is sorta apples to oranges, but freshness in a sense is in your favor.. weird analogy i know)

i've got 360mm space split between my two AIO's my cpu running @ 4.75 @ 1.53v underload, and my 780 ti is running a modded bios with unlocked voltage.

if i had a block on my card i could go higher (but its a g10 style thing, vrm temps are limiting me now)

I don't have the headroom to clock my cpu higher due to the insane volts required for my vWall. but my card has a little more in the tank once i get VRMs under control

I run my rads push pull @ 7v and i don't over heat.

by comparison.. you've got a thick 360, WAY better rad then the Cheap aios that i'm using. your block is better a block on a card will better dissipate the heat..

you might need to speed your fan up a touch and maybe your pump but asside from those to things a slightly raised liquid saturation temp is about what i would expect from an addition like that.

Yeah, difference between AIO and thick rad's is massive. I had my 8320 cooled by a h100 before, by all means that aint a bad cooler but this is much better.

Vrm is the main reason I am looking at fullcover over universal. They are even the problem now, the core is pretty cool with the stock tri-x cooler(80c with a 1200 core OC).

My voltage wall is where I am @ now. 4.8 requires some more and going to 5.0 is just plain mad. 4.9 requires me to pump like 1.58v.
For me, this puppy is doing what she is asked to do on 4.7ghz. 4.6 is the sweetspot, this will require 1.41v

Upping the fans a bit is no problem. Even on 100% (1850rpm) they are more quiet then the stock gpu cooler.

I am also looking at buying some in-line water temp. meter.
To get an idea on where I am, load wise.
What should one aim for? Max water temp. I know my xspc bay res says max water temp 50c.

And also, my d5 is currently on speed 2. So there is plenty to gain there too.
This is also a reason I want a temp meter. To see what the increased pump speed does.
Higher flow is not necessarily better, right?

You are getting in to questions i don't really know the answer too LOL

I would assume routing of the water will make a big difference.

a Gpu's tolerance for heat is greater, so i would think that "Res->Pump->Rad-> both blocks in parallel -> res" would be a decent route with a single rad.

but again.. don't take my word for it.. this is all theory for me.. wait for someone with real experience on that biggrin.gif I wouldn't have any idea if that would be too much for a single D5 to do.
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You are getting in to questions i don't really know the answer too LOL

I would assume routing of the water will make a big difference.

a Gpu's tolerance for heat is greater, so i would think that "Res->Pump->Rad-> both blocks in parallel -> res" would be a decent route with a single rad.

but again.. don't take my word for it.. this is all theory for me.. wait for someone with real experience on that biggrin.gif I wouldn't have any idea if that would be too much for a single D5 to do.

The d5 should be plenty to do both cpu and gpu with one rad.

The routing on the other hand needs some more insight indeed.
Haven't thought about parallel.

Will look into this tomorrow.
Getting some shut eye now.

Have a nice night.

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There won't be another replacement aside from APUs until 2016, so unlikely.

Thanks. Week 21 is May, that's pretty old inventory, which makes me think they may have stopped manufacturing 8350s. And yeah I doubt we'll see anything new for AM3+

BTW, Amazon shipped this in an envelope by mail, the box is dented and heatsink slightly damaged, CPU looks OK though.
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There won't be another replacement aside from APUs until 2016, so unlikely.

Thanks. Week 21 is May, that's pretty old inventory, which makes me think they may have stopped manufacturing 8350s. And yeah I doubt we'll see anything new for AM3+

BTW, Amazon shipped this in an envelope by mail, the box is dented and heatsink slightly damaged, CPU looks OK though.

My 8370e is1432 , fwiw.
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