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Am I right? The Inlet port is at the bottom. And the Outlet is the one up on top of the inlet?

If so, the only thing you should consider is the level of the water high enough to prevent the pump's inlet creating a whirlpool that will produce a lot of noise. thumb.gif

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I won't be watercooling a lesser capable Mobo like my dead (may it rest in one piece forever drunken.gif) UD3 R3! And, @Alastair sits in the balance of what he says. His mobo is already at it's edge. So take his words thumb.gif

True.
Inlet is at the bottom.

I don't get it why that is...
Doesn't the outlet being at the top mean it will suck in air more easily when you set the pump to high speed?
Or am I seeing things wrong here?

The in out is different I guess as the pump is coupled with the res.
When I had an separate reservoir things were clearer.

What I do know is that there are multiple people having similar problems as I do.
Hence why I decided to make a fill port so I can completely top off the reservoir.

What do you think, should that solve the issue?


Edit:

Hmm.
I think I understand already.
The inside of the res looks like this:



The inlet being at the bottom and the outlet at the top.
So the pump pushes the water through the channel where I made the nice line with paint, right?
Where does the pump take it's water from? Around the middle of the pump, right?

I don't understand why it is acting so weird then. When I blast it on full speed(5) it will begin to produce small bubbles....

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Edited by Chopper1591 - 1/27/15 at 4:12am
    
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True.
Inlet is at the bottom.

I don't get it why that is...
Doesn't the outlet being at the top mean it will suck in air more easily when you set the pump to high speed?
Or am I seeing things wrong here?

The in out is different I guess as the pump is coupled with the res.
When I had an separate reservoir things were clearer.

What I do know is that there are multiple people having similar problems as I do.
Hence why I decided to make a fill port so I can completely top off the reservoir.

What do you think, should that solve the issue?

Are you getting those bubbles in the outlet when you ramp the pump up?

I can only think that the power of the D5 is producing a lot of whirlpool at it's inlet (not the res' inlet, the pump's)
This is a little OT but who wouldn't want to help a brother anyway? :thumb: (Click to show)
Even those Bay-Res are made like usual Tops. CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Try to fill the Res full but slowly. And close the cap. Slowly, so the pressure build would be less.
By Pressure, I am not implying an explosion of sort but, the loop getting more forward pressure that will make things hard for the pump.
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Are you getting those bubbles in the outlet when you ramp the pump up?

I can only think that the power of the D5 is producing a lot of whirlpool at it's inlet (not the res' inlet, the pump's)
This is a little OT but who wouldn't want to help a brother anyway? :thumb: (Click to show)
Even those Bay-Res are made like usual Tops. CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 90

Try to fill the Res full but slowly. And close the cap. Slowly, so the pressure build would be less.
By Pressure, I am not implying an explosion of sort but, the loop getting more forward pressure that will make things hard for the pump.

Hmmm.
Good question.

I think it is bubbles in the outlet indeed.
Sadly I have white tubing so I can't see what happens in the tubes.
But I do see the bubbles in the little reservoir window when I ramp up the pump.

I will follow your advice when I have my stuff to finish the loop. Waiting on gpu block and other things.
Will use the fill port anyway, but I will fill it slowly and screw the cap on slowly. I kinda get what you mean.

I remember when I filled my loop the second time when I switched to the bay res instead of the tube res(tube wouldn't fit anymore when I switched gpu's, card was too long) that I filled the loop too fast and it flooded onto my fan controller.
Thankfully nothing got damaged.
    
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I have been running prime95 for 5 minutes at 4.6 with 1.384v, and my core just now got to 59C. (After 10 minutes it is still 59C)

So at 1.46v lets say, how could I be overheating within seconds? There is no way 1.46v is making my core temp go above 60C in less time than the temp software updates. I never see 50C when it freezes because it happens so fast.

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I think one of the modules just dosn't like voltage past 1.4v

Now it has been 15 minutes, and I see 60C on core.


It could be the chip...

Or perhaps as others have already mentioned... Cooling? and or motherboard combo??

E-chips are binned for low voltages. Maybe you should consider getting a "standard" bin 8370?...

Then you could run and test the new chip on your current setup and just see how it goes??

If the new chip breaks through to 4.7/4.8 and possible even higher? Keep the new chip and sell off your old 8320E here in the OCN classifieds or perhaps on ebay?

It is possible that your particular 8320E might max out on heavy stress testing (Prime/IBT) at ~4.6 with "high-end" air cooling.

I had a launch release FX-8120 and launch release FX-8350 running on an original CHV... I later sold them off while running Intel but this past November (Black Friday/Cyber Monday) I purchased a new AMD combo... A CHVF-Z as well as both a standard 8370 and a low voltage 8370E for binning...

The 8370E was pretty nice... But my 8370 turned out to be a even stronger thumb.gif So I decided to keep and run the 8370 and then sold off the E variant chip.

My FX-8370 @4.8GHz DDR3-2040C8 Prime blend on an open air bench with custom water cooling:

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Ran this quick test for another thread... Posting it here as well.

5.0GHz DDR3-2032C8 IBT (10 passes - Very High):




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Ran this bench for another thread... Posting it here as well.

5.0GHz DDR3-2032C8 IBT (10 passes - Very High):
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As far as I know IBT is a program meant for testing stability instead of being a benchmark program. Especially as the GFlops number fluctuate on different tests with same settings.
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As far as I know IBT is a program meant for testing stability instead of being a benchmark program. Especially as the GFlops number fluctuate on different tests with same settings.

True... My intention was not to compete against others with a faster or higher score but just to complete the IBT run successfully... I've edited my post.
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I had a launch release FX-8120 and launch release FX-8350 running on an original CHV... I later sold them off while running Intel but this past November (Black Friday/Cyber Monday) I purchased a new AMD combo... A CHVF-Z as well as both a standard 8370 and a low voltage 8370E for binning...

Do you think it would be worth it to upgrade from an 8320 to the 8370E? There is a big rebate for the 8370e on tigerdirect, so if I sell the 8320, it wouldn't cost me much. My only concern is how well the 8370e will OC in comparison --- I'm seeing this graph: http://www.tomshardware.com/gallery/Efficiency,0101-451345-0-2-12-1-png-.html but I can't find a graph like this for the 8320. My 8320 is comfortable at 4.2GHz with only a light increase on the voltage, but as much as I want to say "it ain't broken, I shouldn't fix it", this upgrade might be worth it to keep power consumption down.
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I had a launch release FX-8120 and launch release FX-8350 running on an original CHV... I later sold them off while running Intel but this past November (Black Friday/Cyber Monday) I purchased a new AMD combo... A CHVF-Z as well as both a standard 8370 and a low voltage 8370E for binning...

Do you think it would be worth it to upgrade from an 8320 to the 8370E? There is a big rebate for the 8370e on tigerdirect, so if I sell the 8320, it wouldn't cost me much. My only concern is how well the 8370e will OC in comparison --- I'm seeing this graph: http://www.tomshardware.com/gallery/Efficiency,0101-451345-0-2-12-1-png-.html but I can't find a graph like this for the 8320. My 8320 is comfortable at 4.2GHz with only a light increase on the voltage, but as much as I want to say "it ain't broken, I shouldn't fix it", this upgrade might be worth it to keep power consumption down.

What will you be pairing it with for cooing, psu and motherboard?
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What will you be pairing it with for cooing, psu and motherboard?

It's cooled by a Noctua NHD14, mobo is Sabertooth 990fx. PSU Is 750w 80+ Bronze.
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