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Some nice Physics scores! But , I think I have you in RealBench 2.0 w/ Desktop / AMD / 2 GPU's

I'm 6th & yours is 14th biggrin.gif

http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/?Laptop=desktop&CPU=amd&gpu=2&Core=all&view=1

Mine
http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=5749

Yours
http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=352

I know you have higher scores with the 295's. These scores are with like components

Go Mike, Go Mike, Go Mike .....
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Picked up an H60, newer version, on the way gonna try that out see how it does.
Seen where some kept them/modded to open Loop, Reservoir/ added another 120mm Rad, or just picked up a 240mm, getting appropriate fittings/hoses etc of course.

can that pump handle all that really? haha

The H60 pump, even old version, can handle a 240 rad.
This:

Was from my build log here . I have both H60 coolers modded for the same 240 rads. Both CPU and GPU's stay nice and cool. Granted I'm using Intel and Nvidia, my GPU doesn't get over 44C and CPU stays under 60C. It's possible but tricky without a res. Takes a good 20-60min to fill the loop and bleed all air.

I wouldn't do more than a total of 360 in rad for the pump. Definitely not another block.
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A question for you all.

How do you improve airflow across the VRMs, I think it's Alistair who has a fan blowing upwards across the VRMs, that would mean the heat is leaving at the top of the case, myself I have two fans blowing across the VRMs and then extracted by a fan pleased where the I/O shield would be, some of you just place a fan blowing down on the VRMs.

Would a shroud I prove the airflow, any ideas?

fan for extracting from rear
rear fan with cables in place
VRM cooler visible through where i/o cover should be.
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I have been experimenting with cooling for a couple months now. I have an h100i in the top with fans exhausting through the radiator and operate everything with a fan controller. I have left, rear, top(2),right, and front(2) fans in my case. I also have temp probes. Running everything full speed my vrm's get pretty warm. I found out by backing off my rear fan it allows my left fan blow deeper into my case therefore cooling my vrm's by 8 more deg. The h100i fans suck my left side fans air through vrm hs. This is all during stressing. I have since replaced the H100i's fans with other corsairs and put one of the stock corsairs in the left side an now I'm even cooler and can run full speed with all fans now. I was trying to avoid putting fans everywhere on my mb and keeping it clean. Of course that just my preference. If you don't have a comtroller you can run the fans PWM. They would be too loud otherwise. If you can see how the air flows it would be easy.
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Oh man I was thinking of buying a stock r9 290x to do just that with an AIO cooler.. but I didn't really had the budget and wasn't really motivated, as I heard it needed to cool the VRM's aswell..

Now I feel very tempted to go custom loop on the CPU.. I might need a new case for that.. and I don't know about the budget how much I should count ? without talking about all the hassle of installing, which I also have no clue about, but it should be easy with a tutorial tongue.gif

as to my nd 14 being convex or concave I don't know.. I would need to double check.. I doubt, also the thermal paste would maybe show (more on one side..) maybe I don't put enough thermal paste.. what your best technique guys ? I use a small dot in the middle, some people use a line.. I saw linustechtips video with the 4500 xeon and he put a massive line, which I thought might be too much, but apparently it wasn't..

I like / have this thermal paste question too. My technique with the supplied CoolerMaster Seidon 120m thermal paste was a 1mm spackle spread via a library card over then entire cpu top. I have this fx-8320 running 4.5ghz CoolnQuiet enabled, only occasional lockup when folding (Fatal1ty 990FX Motherboard). Now that I am on the internet I have also seen the blob thermal paste technique used and wonder about the appropriate way for application. When thermal paste heats up (the burn in) is the idea that it will liquidly move itself towards and into the gaps between and imperfections?

Stopping by to say hello, and the thought of you dudes mirror shinning away on a cpu with 2000 grit 5000 grit sandy paper... haha awesome.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-hNgFNH7zhQ

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"I have been experimenting with cooling for a couple months now. I have an h100i in the top with fans exhausting through the radiator and operate everything with a fan controller. I have left, rear, top(2),right, and front(2) fans in my case. I also have temp probes. Running everything full speed my vrm's get pretty warm. I found out by backing off my rear fan it allows my left fan blow deeper into my case therefore cooling my vrm's by 8 more deg. The h100i fans suck my left side fans air through vrm hs. This is all during stressing. I have since replaced the H100i's fans with other corsairs and put one of the stock corsairs in the left side an now I'm even cooler and can run full speed with all fans now. I was trying to avoid putting fans everywhere on my mb and keeping it clean. Of course that just my preference. If you don't have a comtroller you can run the fans PWM. They would be too loud otherwise. If you can see how the air flows it would be easy."

I use smoke matches to check airflow, http://www.screwfix.com/p/smoke-matches-tub-of-75/64177 I use a controller for the large 200mm case fans ( I have 5 in my case) the H80i uses Corsairs link software, the other fans are controlled b PWM on the motherboard . With the H80i blocking up the rear exhaust I had to sort the airflow across the VRMs. Hence the I/O trick

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"I have been experimenting with cooling for a couple months now. I have an h100i in the top with fans exhausting through the radiator and operate everything with a fan controller. I have left, rear, top(2),right, and front(2) fans in my case. I also have temp probes. Running everything full speed my vrm's get pretty warm. I found out by backing off my rear fan it allows my left fan blow deeper into my case therefore cooling my vrm's by 8 more deg. The h100i fans suck my left side fans air through vrm hs. This is all during stressing. I have since replaced the H100i's fans with other corsairs and put one of the stock corsairs in the left side an now I'm even cooler and can run full speed with all fans now. I was trying to avoid putting fans everywhere on my mb and keeping it clean. Of course that just my preference. If you don't have a comtroller you can run the fans PWM. They would be too loud otherwise. If you can see how the air flows it would be easy."

I use smoke matches to check airflow, http://www.screwfix.com/p/smoke-matches-tub-of-75/64177 I use a controller for the large 200mm case fans ( I have 5 in my case) the H80i uses Corsairs link software, the other fans are controlled b PWM on the motherboard . With the H80i blocking up the rear exhaust I had to sort the airflow across the VRMs. Hence the I/O trick


Definitely the I/O trick. Your rig looks pretty cleaned up from a mobile standpoint. I just installed my new 990fxa-ud5 r5 yesterday, ran it to 4.7 and my temps are unbelievably cooler on vrm's and nb. 20 deg on the vrm's if you can believe it.
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Watercooling is more about your budget then anything. Personally I would leave about 500 aside however with that said you can do it far cheaper if you want to

Well Myself /sure many other always quite well on a Budget..So yeah where do think where a lot of that/attempt to DIY/Moddin//Riggin/winging numerous things comes from xD
Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/11/15 at 1:29pm
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Definitely the I/O trick. Your rig looks pretty cleaned up from a mobile standpoint. I just installed my new 990fxa-ud5 r5 yesterday, ran it to 4.7 and my temps are unbelievably cooler on vrm's and nb. 20 deg on the vrm's if you can believe it.
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Definitely the I/O trick. Your rig looks pretty cleaned up from a mobile standpoint. I just installed my new 990fxa-ud5 r5 yesterday, ran it to 4.7 and my temps are unbelievably cooler on vrm's and nb. 20 deg on the vrm's if you can believe it.

Does it really make a difference with Rad fans being used as Intake like many do/suggest?. that makes since to me cooler air/intake, downside yeah heat everything else up too in the case, unless like good top exhaust?. yeah for vrms get one of those spot fans or whatever like a few smaller fans etc and mount right at them.
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I have it set @ 4.4GHz for everyday use. Ran prime95 for 8 hours, and it's stable.

When running prime95, VCore goes up from 1.296V to 1.308V. No droop observed.

The highest OC I've got from this chip is 5.0GHz so far. I was able to run prime95 stable for 5 minutes before socket temp went north of 70C. I need a better cooling solution.... frown.gif
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You don't have Top Exhaust on that case?...started to say flip your fans around on/use as intake's telling you will see the difference.

Yep, I'd like to second the remark regarding switching fans to intake. Ever since I turned all of my fans to intake (except for the rear exhaust) my temps dropped by about 10-15c.
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Yep, I'd like to second the remark regarding switching fans to intake. Ever since I turned all of my fans to intake (except for the rear exhaust) my temps dropped by about 10-15c.

There you go! That's the way I finally learned. All Rads as intake w/ rear fan as exhaust.

It's the components you're cooling, the rear fan will be enough for exhausting the hot air in the case thumb.gif
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