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Do keep in mind this was after it had burnt itself in half.
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Good luck with the claim, I'm sure it will get replaced promptly. Thankfully seems like no other damage was done, that would be the hard part of getting reimbursement for consequential damage.
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So the pump was dead on the unit I bought (running at 3600 RPM constantly).

After some extensive troubleshooting, I exchanged it at local MC and finally installed it. Running pump @ 2500RPM now and fans on radiator @ 40%. Seems to have unlimited cooling potential (aka, overkill for a processor I have 2500K @ 4.5GHz).

Prior to Glacer I had Thermalright Silver Arrow and temperature of processor would go up above 50C and sometimes up to 60C after a while (I have good ventilation in Level 10 GT case), but with Glacer it rarely goes above 40C when testing with Prime 95 even after a while.


Next step is custom loop, since current system is pretty maxed out. Maybe in a year. . .

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So the pump was dead on the unit I bought (running at 3600 RPM constantly).

After some extensive troubleshooting, I exchanged it at local MC and finally installed it. Running pump @ 2500RPM now and fans on radiator @ 40%. Seems to have unlimited cooling potential (aka, overkill for a processor I have 2500K @ 4.5GHz).

Prior to Glacer I had Thermalright Silver Arrow and temperature of processor would go up above 50C and sometimes up to 60C after a while (I have good ventilation in Level 10 GT case), but with Glacer it rarely goes above 40C when testing with Prime 95 even after a while.


Next step is custom loop, since current system is pretty maxed out. Maybe in a year. . .
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Nice setup there. What you can do if you like to tinker is just get some EK universal gpu coolers to replace the h60 type ones you have on the gpu's. Likely its not necessary though but I saw 9-10c drop in temps from my h70 on the gtx770 to the ek universal one I mentioned. I went with that since I tend to do at least one gpu a year so getting married to a full block would have cost me in the long run.

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/universal-vga-blocks.html
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post #9485 of 20904
I also got about a 10C drop going from a Kuhler 620 w/ p/p fans to a universal EK Supremacy VGA block. Swiftech makes universal ones too, like the MCW82.
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using my universal block(Heatkiller), Idle dropped by ~9c and load at ~20c (went to run unigine valley as confirmation, about 20c just now(~60c to 40c on the same clocks/voltages)) on 360mm total rad space. I would think that hotter chips would see a larger delta T once they slap a block on
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Those 2 video cards is what got me into liquid cooling in the first place. They were so f-ing hot that I got liquid cooling on day 2 of owning them, lucked out and got those coolers on sale. Did not realize at the time that not all pumps/radiators/fitting etc. are created equal. So when it came to CPU i wanted to get the best AIO on the market (US market that is) and this time did some research. Also, cards are running @ around 60C under full load, which is not bad, since they were running @ 90C with OEM coolers.

Even with custom loop I will stick to universal VGA blocks as it seems a lot more cost effective and I don't mind cooling VRMs with 200mm case side-fan.
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post #9488 of 20904
added a 280mm Rad, Micro Res and Syscooling Full jacket on the 7970.
First power up and does not seem like pump is working now.

Took a half bottle of Swiftech fluid
Seems to have a bit a back pressure when I remove a tube and check suction and pressurizing.

Will pump run a full speed without PWM header plugged in?

I did not unmount the cpu/pump during the expansion process.

Any thoughts?

Thanks

Edited by passinos - 3/15/14 at 7:30pm
post #9489 of 20904
hello guys, what is the best thermal paste to use for the Swiftech H320?
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hello guys, what is the best thermal paste to use for the Swiftech H320?

technically, the best would be coolaboratory liquid pro, but its application is generally like glue, near permanent. a common choices for high end I would think would be Gelid Extreme
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