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What pump you recommend me??
I have no more problems so I thought at that

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Good ole' faithful pump that is the most common and favorite of many watercoolers is the Swiftech MCP655. This pump also has a lot of rebranded variants by a lot of companies. You can also buy just the pump itself and get a pump top (also called a head) of your choosing. The one I linked is a pump and top together.

There are other types and variants such as the Ehiem series that are just as powerful and have more options, but generally for more advanced cooling system needs. for a loop like yours, a D5 class pump is more than enough. You can find these pumps as part of pump res combos in either bay res or tube res versions. Look around and see what you like. Just stick with some version of a D5 and should be just fine

As "Buzz247" any thing in the D5 family will be fine even though I'm a DDC fan boy (man) after all I'm 51yo.
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post #22 of 97
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I changed the pump ( i have a koolance pmp 500) y my problem is equal
I dont know what is the problem
post #23 of 97
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I changed the pump ( i have a koolance pmp 500) y my problem is equal
I dont know what is the problem

Same problem as I stated before on post #10. You chose to upgrade your pump, but did nothing about your lack of rad surface area, or upgrade your fans. These things are still part of the problem. Upgrading your pump for better flow will not fix this.

No one component ever makes a pc work better - same with watercooling - it is about how all the components work together. and right now, your lack of rad surface area and less than optimal fans are your weak links.
post #24 of 97
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Now I have another problem, I dont have space for another rad ....
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External mount - hang off the back using rad mounts off the rear fan port - problem solved. You can easily add another 360 this way. Get really desperate for even more rad space you can use rad mounts to also mount another on the top of your case horizontally.

Get real crazy you can even use a MoRa3 Pro and the M4 standoffs that come with it and mount it to the side of your case for a full 1080 rad (equivalent of 3 360 rads biggrin.gif) or use external mounts and a desk stand and make a rad that sits on/under your desk

No problem - just have to decide how much you wanna go with this. Really need AT THE VERY LEAST another 240 - but I would suggest a 360 or more for good solid temps
post #26 of 97
Okay, I come in the thread late.
You have 2x 240 rads for a cpu and two gpu's yet you are not happy with your cooling?

What speed are your rad fans?
The bottom one pulls in air into the case and the top one pushes air out? Right?
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post #27 of 97
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I am not happy because the temps are very hot and I have the fans as you say

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post #28 of 97
I have to tell you OP that you have been given a lot of bad advise on this thread.
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That small radiator in the bottom is probably a big part of the problem. What kind of fans are you using? I'm betting that tiny radiator along with poor performing fans is the issue, creating more restriction than cooling. If take it out, put the thick rad on the bottom with some good fans in push/pull will make a significant difference.

This is false. If OP is busing slow speed fans, thin radiators perform BETTER than thick ones. Have a look here and compare the ST30 to it's twice as thick big brother the UT60. And even if OP was using 2000 rpm fans, the difference in performance between a thick and slim rad would be virtually unoticeable. Maybe 1° Celcius at best, if that.

Furthermore, rads have very low restriction. A lot less than your average CPU or GPU block. Just have a look here to compare rad restriction with block restriction.

Even further, thin rads don't require great fans because they offer low air pressure drop. So changing to better fans won't likely make a hell of a difference.

Changing your pump to a better one will also net you similar results, as you already observed. Unless it was an absolutely terrible pump to start with..

OP, please answer the following questions:

What speed are your rad fans spinning?
What direction is your bottom rad pushing the air?
What direction is your top rad pushing the air?
And your case fans, you have any? What direction are they pushing the air?

And I certainly don't think it's your TIM and thermal pads. Unless they are all equally poorly applied.
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post #29 of 97
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OP, please answer the following questions:

What speed are your rad fans spinning?
What direction is your bottom rad pushing the air?
What direction is your top rad pushing the air?
And your case fans, you have any? What direction are they pushing the air?

And I certainly don't think it's yout TIM and thermal pads. Unless they are all equally poorly applied.

this is what i also want to know. i would also like to know if he is stock or overclocked on anything.
its also an old rasa block. it isnt the greatest for ivy or haswell anyway.
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post #30 of 97
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I am not happy because the temps are very hot and I have the fans as you say

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Okay, first thing you should do is turn your rad fans around so that they are both pulling air into the case. You are feeding the bottom rad's hot exhaust into the top one. That's no good. I bet you if you turn off your top rad, you won't see a difference in temps. Just try it and let me know. As it is, your top rad is virtually useless.

Than, set all your case fans to push out the air the rads are bringing into the case. And remove your empty PCI slot thingy things at the back I/O panel.

Now both your rads should be breathing fresh cool room air without recycling warm air.

And tell us, are you overclocking your cards or your CPU? Or are you running stock clock? If you don't know what I mean, you are likely running stock clocks.
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