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I've decided to just buy a cheap Corsair H105 to use temporarily. My reasoning is that it's only a temporary solution until Pascal comes out next year and then I can go all out on a new loop. Since it's only temporary, I might as well go as cheap as possible.

I already have all the Bitspower fittings/adapters and I'll slowly piece together the loop. I'm a big fan of EK as I've had the original Supremacy block/X-Res 100 DDC/DDC Heatsink/PE Rads in my old loop and will definitely be pick up some more EK parts in the future. Thanks for your suggestions.
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I have the Predator 360 for about 3 weeks now and I love it. However just now I tried turning my computer on and my CPU is over heating. I opened my case and found that the CPU block and the part of the tubes closer to the CPU are very hot. The radiator on the other hand is cold, so is the air blown through the radiator (cold air when I put my hand over the exhaust). It shouldn’t be a SATA power cable issue since the fans are spinning fine. I should also note that I never unplugged or taken apart anything.

Please let me know if anyone experience the same issue or if someone can help me on this. Thanks very much! smile.gif
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I have the Predator 360 for about 3 weeks now and I love it. However just now I tried turning my computer on and my CPU is over heating. I opened my case and found that the CPU block and the part of the tubes closer to the CPU are very hot. The radiator on the other hand is cold, so is the air blown through the radiator (cold air when I put my hand over the exhaust). It shouldn’t be a SATA power cable issue since the fans are spinning fine. I should also note that I never unplugged or taken apart anything.

Please let me know if anyone experience the same issue or if someone can help me on this. Thanks very much! smile.gif

Can you determine if the pump is working? Sound like the water isn't circulating.
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What are your temps like with the GPU added in the loop?
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Don't really have the motivation to do in depth testing, but at the moment, idle on a 6600k and 980ti.

CPU : 31°
GPU : 34°

Played Witcher 3 for a bit, the GPU never went above 58° (stock voltage, 1504 mhz core, 8000 mhz memory).
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Don't really have the motivation to do in depth testing, but at the moment, idle on a 6600k and 980ti.

CPU : 31°
GPU : 34°

Played Witcher 3 for a bit, the GPU never went above 58° (stock voltage, 1504 mhz core, 8000 mhz memory).

Autofan settings? Cpu oced? What does Heaven heat it upto?
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post #2158 of 7089
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Gentle Typhoon or Noctua. I am usimg both and actually find my noctua to be a bit quieter when it spins up.

What model of Noctua do you use ?
 
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Only problem i have with this series is the 240 does not support quick disconnects. I know for a fact i will have np cooling a gpu n cpu with just a 240 rad esp since gpu's react very well to water cooling. But the 240 Predator is just a little to wide and thick to fit in my PC-05S anyway.
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Only problem i have with this series is the 240 does not support quick disconnects. I know for a fact i will have np cooling a gpu n cpu with just a 240 rad esp since gpu's react very well to water cooling. But the 240 Predator is just a little to wide and thick to fit in my PC-05S anyway.

Considering the 360s gpu temperature was edging 60 the 240 would be high 60s..
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