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Given there is about 10-15 litres of water in my loop it's entirely possible, Large bodies of water take a large amount of energy to heat up, Otherwise the ocean would be constantly boiling and your local pool would evaporate hundreds of liters per day

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
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Your fx is stable at 4.4ghz with 1.368v?
Yeah stable under p95 for around 4 hours and 10 rounds on very high using IBT AVX. Why?
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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.

I gather what he meant was delta T, the change in temps over ambient. Forgive us, we no longer speak the Kings English because we dont have to , heh. tongue.gif
    
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I was going to stay out of this one but something didn't seem to look right for of trying to oc on such a low power phase mb (4+1) is going to give you some headaches , do you have all you green power stuff turn off, the reason I'm asking if you look at the picture in post #11 your vcore is going up and down..1.368 to 1.416? Also if you running the amd cooler you may wish to d/l the correct firmware for it.
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I was going to stay out of this one but something didn't seem to look right for of trying to oc on such a low power phase mb (4+1) is going to give you some headaches , do you have all you green power stuff turn off, the reason I'm asking if you look at the picture in post #11 your vcore is going up and down..1.368 to 1.416? Also if you running the amd cooler you may wish to d/l the correct firmware for it.
All power saving features are disabled. The vdroop is terrible on this mobo. On idle its at 1.41v, on load it goes down to 1.368v and while playing BF3 its usually at 1.38-1.39v. I download chill control from the Antec website. You have the Antec 920. That's nice. I have quite a few questions actually. I have mounted the rad at the back of my cabinet. With the cabinet in a standing position the tubes face downwards. Is the any advantage to turning it around, making the tubes come from the top of the rad? I heard on some thread here that it could help reduce temps. Is this true?
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Hi, I actually have the amd version made by asetek, so ya..lol the 920. I run mine on the rear in a push/pull , with the hoses on the bottom as I clean my case out monthly as we have lot of dust here in Jordan but my thinking for this is that air raises up so hopefully this keeps and air bubbles out of my pump and lines ( silly maybe but I had no issues so far). I would really consider though upgrading your
mb, also what are your liquid temps at the moment?
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Hi, I actually have the amd version made by asetek, so ya..lol the 920. I run mine on the rear in a push/pull , with the hoses on the bottom as I clean my case out monthly as we have lot of dust here in Jordan but my thinking for this is that air raises up so hopefully this keeps and air bubbles out of my pump and lines ( silly maybe but I had no issues so far). I would really consider though upgrading your
mb, also what are your liquid temps at the moment?
They are quite high but here in India the temp is around 38-40c.
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Ouch it hotter there than here..can i get a screen shot of you fan control?
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Ouch it hotter there than here..can i get a screen shot of you fan control?
Here you go-
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That's a wide spread there may explain why you liquid temp is up there..are you fans loud ?..lol

ok lets try something, since you on extreme switch it to custom, and set you ran ramp start speed to like 32c and your full fan speed to like 37, it going to get loud for a bit as it brings down you liquid temp.
Edited by SavageBrat - 3/31/14 at 12:52am
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