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well I took it apart a few days ago so that I could get it into my new build, so no I can't run prime 95 on it right now, but if you would like I could run prime 95 with the new build, when I get it done.
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toolmaker, I was wondering if you could run a 1 hour prime95 run and post temps from that.
When i run a set of 3Dmark benchmarks my cpu also doesn't also doesnt get much higher than 45 degrees (with an ambient temp of somewhere around 30deg C), but when i run prime95 for an hour ill hit temps close to 80 degrees C.
I'm curious to see if i have a flow rate problem with my loop because maybe I'm under the 3.7LPM minimum recommendation. I have 1 cpu block, 2 gpu blocks, vrm block, southbridge block, 3 rads, 1 res and 2 pumps. The whole system is in series, and I'm seriously considering beginning a rebuild tonight into a parallel system.

What pumps and what setting, Also how do you know you are far away from the 3.7l min (also that isn't a min its a guideline the min would be like 1.8-1.9l). After 3.7lpm the returns are extremely diminishing.

I know alot of people swear by using GPUs in parallel when you have 3, so maybe try putting those in parallel and see what your flow is then.

However with CPU temps like that my guess is less a flow issue and more not enough rad. I know you have 3 but that doesn't say much, they could be 3 120s lol. More detailed specs and pics would be good. Most likely best to make a thread so we do not derail toolmakers.
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OK, I was willing to give you the benefit of the doubt but you are clearly way out of your depth. The nonsence being posted does not befit these forums.






A simple test. Two blocks, a d5 pump.
1.6 gpm or around 6lpm

The mps flow meter calibrated to same

I'll need this later.
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You are just talking more and more nonsense now. The fittings on the flow meter simply won't allow tubing that large. It has 1/4" fittings built into it, so how exactly would 1 inch tubing help and where is this instruction to use tube that large ... Cause my manual doesn't say that.
Even if it could fit, it wouldn't change anything, certainly not by half. You are just flat making things up now and the fact you are criticizing an expensive King Instruments flow meter, (the key word there is instrument) while using a crappy koolance paddle flow meter is hilarious.

It's time to take this back to whatever noob forum it came from.

and this
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and this

O.o Whats going on in here.
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creating a new thread. about how to use and make the correct builds for mechanical flow meters. as well as showing what happens to the reported flow rates on mechanical flow meters, if the build is not done to the manufactures specs for the particular flow meter that I will use.
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What pumps and what setting, Also how do you know you are far away from the 3.7l min (also that isn't a min its a guideline the min would be like 1.8-1.9l). After 3.7lpm the returns are extremely diminishing.

I know alot of people swear by using GPUs in parallel when you have 3, so maybe try putting those in parallel and see what your flow is then.

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+1000

Good post. I run my loop at 2.1lpm and it's cool and quiet. The temp goes up below 1.8lpm and if I push the flow rate past 2.7lpm, the temps also go up. There is no change (detectable) between 1.8lpm and 2.7lpm in my loop.

I found push/pull makes a big difference also.
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+1000

Good post. I run my loop at 2.1lpm and it's cool and quiet. The temp goes up below 1.8lpm and if I push the flow rate past 2.7lpm, the temps also go up. There is no change (detectable) between 1.8lpm and 2.7lpm in my loop.

I found push/pull makes a big difference also.

+1000 doesn't work sadly hehehehe but thanks smile.gif.

Ya push pull makes a 20-30% difference depending on the radiator.
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creating a new thread. about how to use and make the correct builds for mechanical flow meters.

Where is the mechanical flow meter in Jakusonfire's pics?
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What wattage (what components and stress tests) are you using to calculate your 1C delta-t? How long did you run your system at that wattage to reach equilibrium?
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