But its still not possible...are you telling me when yoru ambient is 20C your loop is 20C...ok thats plausible. But then if your ambient rises to 49C, your loop is not gonna be under 49C.
Its not possible.
The only plausible explanation to what you are saying is that when your ambient is 20C, your pc is actually running at 45C. And then when your ambient is 49C, your pc rises that 4C as you claim to 49C.
Please elaborate on how your pc only heats up another 4C when your ambient goes from 20C to 49C without phase change cooling? With simple watercooling inside a PC case this simply isnt possible.
Edited by $ilent - 3/30/14 at 1:30pm