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90C wow is there anyway to get that down?

Maybe... Not much room... Maybe delid? Haswells run hot like the fires of hell anyway. We should call them the DOOM chip.
post #392 of 7141
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Originally Posted by djanice1980 View Post

Finally finished. Tight fit. Custom loop.

Idle temp about 30C.

Full load CPU 90C

More testing tomorrow.


A few quick questions, since those 90c temps are horrible, and I think there is an issue with the loop, and I personally think the issue is the fan/radiator mounting orientation that was possibly used.

What is the exact hardware your using in the liquid loop? What blocks, and radiator specifically. And what GPU are you using? Is it part of the cooling loop?
And the last question, on the radiator, did you mount the fans in push? Or pull? Are you using the silverstone slim fans that came with the case?
I think the best cooling from a liquid loop in the RVZ01 is going to be with the slim fans sandwiched between the side panel and the rad, using the fans in PUSH, blowing cool outside air over the radiator. When placed in a "pull" fashion, those slim little fans suck, or, more appropriately, don't suck air very well.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 3/11/14 at 12:51am
post #393 of 7141
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Originally Posted by OCPG View Post

What model number is the LiteON? Thanks!

It was the LiteON DL-8ATSH (8x DVDRW)
post #394 of 7141
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Originally Posted by djanice1980 View Post

Maybe... Not much room... Maybe delid? Haswells run hot like the fires of hell anyway. We should call them the DOOM chip.

I have a feeling your fan orientation, loop, and Tim is the culprit. Although the haswell chips can benefit with a delid I don't see it reaching those temps alone.

What size radiator are you using? Fan orientation? Fan speeds? Gpu?

My SG05 with a 120 mm push /pull with 4770k never seen it go above 40c with a lot of the current benchmark games. Once I add the gpu it will go up a little bit.
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post #395 of 7141
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For slot drives, what is recommended, as I don't want to shell out a premium $70.00 for the Silverstone one when it comes time to buy one... I would assume any 12.7mm slot drive would work, but what are the suggestions..?

Thanks!

I'm using the Panasonic UJ-8C5 which I payed like $40 for. I think the Blu-Ray version runs around $99-109.
post #396 of 7141
Even though I had cancelled it, Newegg shipped the Zalman CNPS8900 Quiet and I received yesterday. It is what I wanted in the first place, but i was upset Newegg took over a week even though i have the Premier account, but I digress.

Installation:

The Zalman CNPS8900 Quiet is a tight fit. I only have about 1 mm clearance between the heatsink and riser card. I actually had to look with a flashlight to make sure it wasn't touching the card, it was that close. I use MSI B85i board, which has a little more distance between the CPU and PCI than other boards. I may be wrong, but I believe this board follows intel's itx reference design.

I had to place rotate the cooler 90 degrees, with the pipes parallel to the ram. It will otherwise touch the ram from its side. Height wise, I use corsair XMS3 which is low profile, but I think it wouldn't have a problem with something taller, like G.Skill ripjaws or similar.

The pipes are quite apart from each other at the base. Having it turned 90 degrees meant there was less pipe real estate touching the core of the cpu, so I believe it is less efficient this way.

I had to take the board out for installation. I don't think the cooler's backplate was completely flushed as some of the socket backplate screws made it a little uneven. If I have to guess, I think my installation was 90% successful, meaning I don't think it was perfect. It seems to warp the board slightly.

Lastly, there was enough clearance (about 3 or 4mm) to place a 25mm fan intake at the top of the case. If you use the slim fan provided by the case, you shoud have plenty of space. I don't know if this helps or hinders the cooler's efficiency being to close to the cooler's fan, i didn't test it without.

I use my 2 year old Artic's MX-2 as paste, line method, which I believe is the best for direct heatpipes coolers.

Temps:

I did little testing last night. Idle temps didn't seem to change much, perhaps a couple of degrees. I expect it will get a little bit better once the paste is totally cured, but I'm not expecting anything big. One thing, it is QUIET. The PSU fan is louder.

Running AIDA64 stability test, the highest constant temp was 50 degrees. That is 10 degrees cooler than my intel stock!!!!! All that while being much quieter. From that point of view, totally worth it. HWmonitor marked some spikes at 57 degrees as a max value, but I never saw it reaching those temps.

Motherboard and HDDs seem to be a degree or two cooler.

I am satisfied with the cooler. This is for an i5 4570S and I read it doesn't perform as good with the K type when overclocked.
Edited by coremailrx8 - 3/11/14 at 12:05pm
post #397 of 7141
Anyone having any luck with any water coolers that actually fit when using a ASUS Maximus VI Impact? Ive been reading here that it seems depending on what motherboard and surrounding stuff you have has been making all the difference with some of you actually being able to use a water cooler or not.
post #398 of 7141
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A few quick questions, since those 90c temps are horrible, and I think there is an issue with the loop, and I personally think the issue is the fan/radiator mounting orientation that was possibly used.

What is the exact hardware your using in the liquid loop? What blocks, and radiator specifically. And what GPU are you using? Is it part of the cooling loop?
And the last question, on the radiator, did you mount the fans in push? Or pull? Are you using the silverstone slim fans that came with the case?
I think the best cooling from a liquid loop in the RVZ01 is going to be with the slim fans sandwiched between the side panel and the rad, using the fans in PUSH, blowing cool outside air over the radiator. When placed in a "pull" fashion, those slim little fans suck, or, more appropriately, don't suck air very well.

I'm using a swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator
swiftech mcp350 pump with EK top
EK 780ti block
EK Impact motherboard block
Scythe 2000rpm 12mm fans
evga GTX 780ti superclocked

yes the GPU is part of the loop

push outside -> in

no using scythe 2000 rpm 12mm fans

The loop is 30C at idle. When I run furmark the GPU gets to 59C. When I run intel burn in benchmark the CPU gets to 82C,79C,78C,79C (different cored in RealTemp). The OC Panel says 77C.

The 90C was when I was running furmark AND intel burn test at the same time for 15 minutes. I think the limitation is because there is only 1 120mm x 240mm radiator in the system. From my experience a radiator of 120mm x 120mm can only really properly disperse 150 watts of heat (of course there are variances based on the FPI, the airflow, fluid flow, pump, ambient temperature, etc ,etc)

I'm using cool labratory liquid ultra TIM for CPU and GPU.




post #399 of 7141
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Originally Posted by djanice1980 View Post

I'm using a swiftech MCRx20-QP "Quiet Power" Radiator
swiftech mcp350 pump with EK top
EK 780ti block
EK Impact motherboard block
Scythe 2000rpm 12mm fans
evga GTX 780ti superclocked

yes the GPU is part of the loop

push outside -> in

no using scythe 2000 rpm 12mm fans

The loop is 30C at idle. When I run furmark the GPU gets to 59C. When I run intel burn in benchmark the CPU gets to 82C,79C,78C,79C (different cored in RealTemp). The OC Panel says 77C.

The 90C was when I was running furmark AND intel burn test at the same time for 15 minutes. I think the limitation is because there is only 1 120mm x 240mm radiator in the system. From my experience a radiator of 120mm x 120mm can only really properly disperse 150 watts of heat (of course there are variances based on the FPI, the airflow, fluid flow, pump, ambient temperature, etc ,etc)

I'm using cool labratory liquid ultra TIM for CPU and GPU.





So you have a single 240 rad? Sounds like you have the right gear, I wonder what would happen if you added another 120mm rad on the side panel above the motherboard . Do you have space for additional scythe fans tfor a complete push / pull?
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post #400 of 7141
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So you have a single 240 rad? Sounds like you have the right gear, I wonder what would happen if you added another 120mm rad on the side panel above the motherboard . Do you have space for additional scythe fans tfor a complete push / pull?

No - I tried. That is what I wanted to do was have push pull. That's why I bought them in the first place. Because if the bracket holding the GPU - I cant fit the two additional on top. Even still - I think there would only be a few mm of air space before the GPU. Too tight. I could also have mounted to fans outside the case and two inside - that would have worked.

I bought another rad for above the motherboard but it gets in the way of the USB cable I mounted to hook up the OC panel.

So yea - its gonna be in the 70C-80C range when I'm playing games I think but most of the time its going to be about 33C-35C.
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