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Hello my card is gigabyte gtx 970. that product I would have to buy, if it is expensive no matter. Certainly would have to go by the common system or what difference there is with the traditional buy parts and assemble it yourself. My compute this turned on all day at any time of the day is off warranty gives me this system by the way often cleaned etc.

recommend me the traditional way of buying parts by parts products or this method
What can get the temperature to maximum ingame?
Edited by Drink - 6/15/16 at 5:50pm
post #4732 of 7180
If you have little time and are not comfortable with testing and building a loop, get the Predator.
Temps depend on your type of CPU. Should be below 70°C.
GPU between 50-60°C.
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Hi! I wanna know if someone make test with a 2011 CPU at 1.3V or similar. All the reviews I see are 1150 or 1151 CPUs htat have lower power draw. Also, the pump is enough to run the 360 rad and a GPU waterblock?
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I tested the Predator 240 on a 5960x at 4.2 GHz/1.2 Vcore. Granted I could have pushed it further, but then some of the lower end coolers would have struggled hard. It does a good job at higher heat loads more so than most others.

It should handle it, but flow won't be great. If the rad is dual/triple row and the GPU block isn't super restrictive like the Alphacool GPX units then even better.
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I tested the Predator 240 on a 5960x at 4.2 GHz/1.2 Vcore. Granted I could have pushed it further, but then some of the lower end coolers would have struggled hard. It does a good job at higher heat loads more so than most others.

It should handle it, but flow won't be great. If the rad is dual/triple row and the GPU block isn't super restrictive like the Alphacool GPX units then even better.

I mean, not another 360 rad, only the stock 360 rad. What temps did you get and what ambient?
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I mean, not another 360 rad, only the stock 360 rad. What temps did you get and what ambient?

Ah, understood. With a controlled ambient of 25 °C, pump at 100% and fans (Predator 240) at 100% the average core temp was ~65-66 °C.

Edit: Should clarify this was with a synthetic 100% load, not necessarily a more typical load that will fluctuate from user to user.
Edited by geggeg - 6/18/16 at 9:37am
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Predator 240 nominal cooling performance (fans @ 1850rpm):
ΔT=10K: ~287W
ΔT=15K: ~430W

20011-3 @ 1.3V results puts out roughly around 350W, therefore you can expect liquid temps of about 12°C above your ambient at highest load.

If you add a TITAN X or similiar GPU with TDP of ~ 250W (for a total of 600W), your liquid temps will be around 21°C above ambient in the most extreme synthetic load (Prime95 AVX + Furmark). If your ambient is 22°C that would mean liquid temps around 43°C, while your Titan X would be running around ~ 58-60°C and your CPU around 85°C. In real life (scenarios) it is almost impossible to put so much load on your system.

Real gaming load would be around ~ 2/3 of this value, so around 400W = 14°C liquid above ambient (ambient = 22°C, liquid = 36°C, GPU ~ 50°C, CPU ~ 65°C).

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20011-3 @ 1.3V results puts out roughly around 350W, therefore you can expect liquid temps of about 12°C above your ambient at highest load.

If you add a TITAN X or similiar GPU with TDP of ~ 250W (for a total of 600W), your liquid temps will be around 21°C above ambient in the most extreme synthetic load (Prime95 AVX + Furmark). If your ambient is 22°C that would mean liquid temps around 43°C, while your Titan X would be running around ~ 58-60°C and your CPU around 85°C. In real life (scenarios) it is almost impossible to put so much load on your system.

Real gaming load would be around ~ 2/3 of this value, so around 400W = 14°C liquid above ambient (ambient = 22°C, liquid = 36°C, GPU ~ 50°C, CPU ~ 65°C).

Hope this helps.

That's exactly how I was looking for. How can I get an estimation of the CPU and GPU temperature knowing the liquid temp?
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I know these values by heart - Titan X is usually between 12-15°C hotter than liquid using a FC block, 2011-3 core temp @ 1.3V usually around 40-45°C hotter than liquid at full load.

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Awesome, I can make my numbers now, then. Ty!
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