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post #3601 of 6941
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Originally Posted by BWG View Post

Do you have gpu block(s) in the loop by chance?

not yet but planning on it in the next month along with reservoir.
post #3602 of 6941
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

Mine and other persons made a loud pump noise, is this another defect in the XLC?

What kind of noise issue are you experiencing? I just got my Rev 1.1 and the whole unit is making a fridge like noise...
post #3603 of 6941
For the one with 360 and gpu block, how are you controlling that the pump/fans reacts to the gpu temp?
(hope you understand what i mean ^^)
post #3604 of 6941
My final update. I have been gaming hard on my PC and found the best mix of temperatures, heat and noise. I now have my predator running at 1350 rpm. I clocked my CPU to 4.3 Giga at 1.2 volts. I also have my classified running stock at 1405.

This allows me to run the CPU at 60 C during gaming and video card between 55-60 C. These are not the best temperatures in the world but at 1440P this is plenty of performance with my setup.

I am now very happy with my system and am playing Ass Creed, Rise of Tomb Raider and BLOPS3. Having a blast.
post #3605 of 6941
How do you guys cap the max fan rpm on the predator?
post #3606 of 6941
only complaint is when i turn my system off or restart. or when the fans go from full blast on a stress test to idle.. i hear a chirping sounds from my AIO.. sounds like there is a bird in my case. rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gif
post #3607 of 6941
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Originally Posted by iammurphy View Post

I damaged ? So I'm responsible for the oring leaking on my predator .......

How damaged was it? did you send the old mobo to EK?
Sorry I am always skeptical of any actual damage created from the use of EK. UNLESS, there is coolant everywhere.

In other news, Altex called and they have my new unit ready for pick up.
Edited by swiftypoison - 1/29/16 at 2:01pm
post #3608 of 6941
Anyone know how to unscrew the fittings on the Predator? They just spin and spin. Doesn't unscrew at all!!! I'm trying to change the tubing!
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post #3609 of 6941
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Originally Posted by Razzaa View Post

Anyone know how to unscrew the fittings on the Predator? They just spin and spin. Doesn't unscrew at all!!! I'm trying to change the tubing!

You going clear?
post #3610 of 6941
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

You going clear?

Yup. If I can figure out how to get these fittings off the black tubing!!
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