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post #5611 of 20784
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That is fine to use, molex to sata.

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post #5612 of 20784
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Ok well i guess i'll reuse the coolant depending on the presence of debris/plasticizer./quote]

Yup... makes sense.
post #5613 of 20784
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

You have like 3 Radiators in your system, how can your temps be that high? Maybe the Swiftech H220 Pump isn't live up to the hype?

No... just a 120 add for the back, and the rad that comes with the H220 up top. The pump is running on the CPU PWM connector.

This is where it sits as I type this:

post #5614 of 20784
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No... just a 120 add for the back, and the rad that comes with the H220 up top. The pump is running on the CPU PWM connector.

This is where it sits as I type this:


Yea i see you're idling at 40C, same for me here, not sure how ppl can have idling at like 30-33C. What is your overclock? cpu voltage/
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post #5616 of 20784
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You have like 3 Radiators in your system, how can your temps be that high? Maybe the Swiftech H220 Pump isn't live up to the hype?
That's what im thinking. I added 2 additional ut60 240mm rads with the h220 cooling a i7 3930k@4.7GHz + 2 gtx titan and my intelburn test heaters the cpu to 90C and gpus go up to 55C. I'm using 4x noctua nf f12 + 2 H220 stock swiftech fans
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post #5617 of 20784
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That's what im thinking. I added 2 additional ut60 240mm rads with the h220 cooling a i7 3930k@4.7GHz + 2 gtx titan and my intelburn test heaters the cpu to 90C and gpus go up to 55C. I'm using 4x noctua nf f12 + 2 H220 stock swiftech fans
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Yea i think we still need a D5 pump if we want to go the custom route. Also aren't pulling cold air from outside get more dust into your system?
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post #5618 of 20784
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That's what im thinking. I added 2 additional ut60 240mm rads with the h220 cooling a i7 3930k@4.7GHz + 2 gtx titan and my intelburn test heaters the cpu to 90C and gpus go up to 55C. I'm using 4x noctua nf f12 + 2 H220 stock swiftech fans
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Link your graphics cards into the loop in parallel instead of series (what you have now) and you'll cut your flow resistance down substantially and likely see better temps as well.
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post #5619 of 20784
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Yea i think we still need a D5 pump if we want to go the custom route. Also aren't pulling cold air from outside get more dust into your system?

The pump is plenty strong for his setup as long as it is set up properly. 3 rads + 3 blocks is near the limits of its performance, but can easily be done. Cooling the gpus in parallel instead of series will cut down resistance drastically. The the gpu blocks and the pump were the only things in a loop, flow would increase 50% in parallel over series.
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post #5620 of 20784
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Yea i see you're idling at 40C, same for me here, not sure how ppl can have idling at like 30-33C. What is your overclock? cpu voltage/



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Originally Posted by Phelan View Post

The pump is plenty strong for his setup as long as it is set up properly. 3 rads + 3 blocks is near the limits of its performance, but can easily be done. Cooling the gpus in parallel instead of series will cut down resistance drastically. The the gpu blocks and the pump were the only things in a loop, flow would increase 50% in parallel over series.

Agreed... I did a little research on this based on the pumps specs and I can see I get some real nice flow with what I have in the loop now using a parallel loop. I think just adding a decent res and switching out that stock rad would do the trick. Probably lower temps a notch too if the res was the right size. I'm thinking of using a 200mm res for this and a higher quality, slightly deeper rad.
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