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Those temps are fantastic! Will you share ambient temps, fans speeds, # of rads, etc? I'm looking for sub 50C temps with as high of an overclock as possible on both my CPUand GPU. I still feel like having the CPU right after my GPU in the loop is detrimental but now that I've delidded my CPU temps are much closer to my GPU temps. Still a decent amount higher though. :/

Sure, the room temp is a guess, but id say between 15-20C. Fan speeds are set to 40% on my fan controller, they are a mixture of corsair Sp120 fans and some lian li case fans I think. My loop goes res, pump, gpu1, gpu2, cpu, rad, res. Below are my temps with both gtx 670s and my 3770k folding:



My IHS is lapped, I use cool labs liquid pro on the die and then Gelid GC-extreme on top of the 3770k IHS.
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Sure, the room temp is a guess, but id say between 15-20C. Fan speeds are set to 40% on my fan controller, they are a mixture of corsair Sp120 fans and some lian li case fans I think. My loop goes res, pump, gpu1, gpu2, cpu, rad, res. Below are my temps with both gtx 670s and my 3770k folding:



My IHS is lapped, I use cool labs liquid pro on the die and then Gelid GC-extreme on top of the 3770k IHS.

Room temp for me is 68F/20C. I have an XT45 420 rad in pull and a UT60 280 rad in push/pull with Noctua NF-A14 PWM's at 800RPM (60% of 1200 because of the L.N.A.). My loop goes pump, gpu, cpu, 420rad, 280rad, res, pump.

Here are my temps after 100 runs of IBT at max stress level (~7GB RAM).





How come my temps are so high? Should I just not use IBT? I noticed that not many people use it anymore but I do not know why lol.


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I never used IBT, I always use prime95 to test my cpu stability.

Is your cpus delidded or barebone no ihs?

Your temps do seem abit higher, considering your only stressing your cpu and you have a 420mm and 280mm rad. In my loop ive only got 1x 360mm rad with 6 fans, all the fans are on the lowest setting and even the d5 vario pump is on its lowest setting too!

Also forgot to mention, whats your cpu & gpu voltage? Worth nothing that gtx 580 dumps alot of heat too. My 3770k is at 1.27v.
Edited by $ilent - 3/30/14 at 4:56am
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I never used IBT, I always use prime95 to test my cpu stability.

Is your cpus delidded or barebone no ihs?

Your temps do seem abit higher, considering your only stressing your cpu and you have a 420mm and 280mm rad. In my loop ive only got 1x 360mm rad with 6 fans, all the fans are on the lowest setting and even the d5 vario pump is on its lowest setting too!

Also forgot to mention, whats your cpu & gpu voltage? Worth nothing that gtx 580 dumps alot of heat too. My 3770k is at 1.27v.

Sorry I have now updated my sig rigs. smile.gif

I am running my CPU with my Supremacy right on the die. I no longer have the lid in my rig. Just in a bag with the CPU clamp.

My D5 is running on setting 5 right now since that one makes the least noise lol.

I have not started overclocking yet so my voltages are still Auto.
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Sorry I have now updated my sig rigs. smile.gif

I am running my CPU with my Supremacy right on the die. I no longer have the lid in my rig. Just in a bag with the CPU clamp.

My D5 is running on setting 5 right now since that one makes the least noise lol.

I have not started overclocking yet so my voltages are still Auto.

So your getting those temps at stock speed/voltage?! headscratch.gif
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So your getting those temps at stock speed/voltage?! headscratch.gif

Yes.

I thought that these were high but I don't know why. I use distilled with Mayhems X1 which should be the same thermal conductivity as pure distilled.

This is my first water loop so I don't know why I am getting such high temps. frown.gif

EDIT: Removing the IHS did really help my temps though. I am getting about a 10C drop from where I used to be in games.
Edited by hfcobra - 3/30/14 at 8:09am
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Hmm got any pictures of how your loop looks in your pc? Im not an expert, but if it was me id put one of the rads after the gpu, then have that rad to go cpu then onto the next rad, I cant see the water temperature getting much cooler in going from one rad straight to another before hitting another heat component.

Also I just realised....Do you not have any cool labs or liquid metal for use on the die? The liquid metal works best on die as apposed to paste's.
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Ya that's why I ordered the CLU to go on the die and regular paste to go between IHS and block. I've also read that it's very easy to use to much TIM when going D2D which could also be raise temps. I think step 1 should be to reapply TIM and reseat the block to see if it was just a bad mount.
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The application of TIM on the die is VERY important when it comes to temps. Too much or too little and it produces horrible results, but a good amount of TIM and a good mount of a waterblock can produce amazing results:




P.S, ignore the core clock, its at 4.7ghz but at idle. Realtemp doesnt play ball with 3770k and speedstep, c1e etc. If you need any assistance I can make a few picture on here how I mounted my ihs, amount of TIM etc cobra.
Edited by $ilent - 3/30/14 at 8:27am
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Hmm got any pictures of how your loop looks in your pc? Im not an expert, but if it was me id put one of the rads after the gpu, then have that rad to go cpu then onto the next rad, I cant see the water temperature getting much cooler in going from one rad straight to another before hitting another heat component.

Also I just realised....Do you not have any cool labs or liquid metal for use on the die? The liquid metal works best on die as apposed to paste's.

Nah! Loop order really doesn't matter much. The temps won't fluctuate by more than a degree or two inside your loop.
It they fluctuate more than that, it indicates you either have not enough raddage, or not enough flow.

You can scatter your rads across your loop if it makes you feel better.
But I would just go for what looks best, or what uses the least amount of tubing.
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