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post #11 of 29
Agreed, put that GPU under water NOW! tongue.gif
post #12 of 29
Put gpu water naooo! xD
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Intel i7 6700K Asus Z170 Pro Gaming KFA2 GTX 1080 Ti EXOC Corsair LPX 16GB (2x8), 2133Mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Western Digital WD15EADS 1.5TB Samsung 840 250GB Crucial MX100 256GB Alphacool Eisblock XPX 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Alphacool ST30 360mm Alphacool ST30 140mm Alphacool Eisbecher 150mm Alphacool VPP655 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Masterkleer (10/13mm) Compression fittings (10/13mm) Corsair SP120 High Performance Phobya 6 Touch 30W 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Aquacomputer Kryographics Titan X (Pascal) Aquacomputer Active XCS backplate Watercool Heatkiller SW-X MB-Set Alphacool Monsta 240mm 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 Professional Retail AOC Agon ag271qx CM Storm Quickfire Rappid-I Fractal Design Newton R3 1000W 
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post #13 of 29
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Originally Posted by PachAz View Post

Its really not the case that is too small, its the lack of thought process. For example you need a few 45 and 90 degree fittings and a pump res/top combo would be highly beneficial to mount on the wall next to the motherboard. Having two 360mm rads and not wanting to spend 90 dollars on a block for the titan x seem cheap to me since the gpu is what will generate the most heat and noice in your system. I see no logic in this build, im sorry.
Well thank you for your kind words, Its people like you that give me the drive to communicate to the general public.I am interested in overclocking my CPU and having lowest temps possible. That's why it is build the way it is.
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Originally Posted by 1Scotty1 View Post

Two 360 rads only for CPU? That is a bit of a waste imho, spend the 90€ for a GPU block and put that loop to good use wink.gif I envy all who can get a custom loop, nice going still smile.gif
That will be in the near future when im done playing around with my CPU lol
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post #14 of 29
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Originally Posted by 1Scotty1 View Post

Two 360 rads only for CPU? That is a bit of a waste imho, spend the 90€ for a GPU block and put that loop to good use wink.gif I envy all who can get a custom loop, nice going still smile.gif

I agree with this, I would add a GPU watercooler, then run to your back rad, then CPU, then top Rad to Reso.
post #15 of 29
wow, that is really good I have a 3930K at 4Ghz and it gets to 55C max under load, at 4.5Ghz I would be reaching 70C under load.
great job
post #16 of 29
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Originally Posted by PachAz View Post

Its really not the case that is too small, its the lack of thought process. For example you need a few 45 and 90 degree fittings and a pump res/top combo would be highly beneficial to mount on the wall next to the motherboard. Having two 360mm rads and not wanting to spend 90 dollars on a block for the titan x seem cheap to me since the gpu is what will generate the most heat and noice in your system. I see no logic in this build, im sorry.

Yeah.... There is nothing worse than someone lacking in the 'thought process'. It's good you don't have that issue.
post #17 of 29
@PachAz

to me since the gpu is what will generate the most heat and noise in your system.

this statement is only true on stock systems, if you clock a CPU, there is a good chance that the CPU will generate more heat than the GPU.
here is a example of what I mean
house temps are right around 28C for most of the year,

this is a earlier build I did it has 2 radiators in parallel with each other, it has 2 X 240mm radiators, it has a CPU and GPU in series with each other, but the CPU and GPU water blocks are older blocks, with a open high flow design, so the flow rate on this system is 6LPM.
https://imageshack.com/i/04alldone003j
https://imageshack.com/i/joalldone006j

the load temps on this build are.
CPU 41C
GPU 51C
this system is a stock system with no clocks on the hardware

I did this build as a serial/parallel build it also has a flow rate of 6LPM, it has 1 X 360mm monstra radiator a CPU and GPU in parallel with each other, it looks nice, a lot went into making it look nice.
https://imageshack.com/i/0vfi2nJ
https://imageshack.com/i/exwiFW7Vj
https://imageshack.com/i/ezPiu5JIj

the load temps on this build are
CPU 48C
GPU 53C
https://imageshack.com/i/npuzs7j
not as good on temps as the older build, but also there is not as much radiator space on this build.
this system is also a stock system no clocks on the hardware

and the final build is my gaming rig, it has 2 X 360mm radiators in parallel with each other, and a CPU and 2 X GPU's in parallel with each other on a 3-way parallel configuration, this system is clocked, the CPU is at 4Ghz, the GPU's are at 580Mhz, and the memory is at 1600Mhz.






the load temps of the hardware are
CPU - 54C
GPU 1 - 45C
GPU 2 - 45C

the water temps at load are
33-34C
the delta t of the system at load is 4C
Link to Gallery
this system has a total flow rate of 9.6LPM
have a look at the total post
http://www.overclock.net/t/1573189/serial-vs-parallel-9-6lpm
if this system was stock with no clocks on any of the hardware, the load temps would be.
CPU - 35C
GPU1 - 37C
GPU2 - 37C
as you can see the clocked CPU temps are higher than the GPU temps
post #18 of 29
Just noticed that chunk of tubing in the rad, you should get a multi port top and an internal tube. It would look better and be easier to fill your res. I think those are the right links for your res, but ask on the EK Club thread if you decide to buy them, just in case.
post #19 of 29
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Can't wait for the 2 460 rads coming in. My CPU ONLY is going to be so "cool"!!!
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Originally Posted by kl6mk6 View Post

Just noticed that chunk of tubing in the rad, you should get a multi port top and an internal tube. It would look better and be easier to fill your res. I think those are the right links for your res, but ask on the EK Club thread if you decide to buy them, just in case.
I will certainly look them up, I was thinking about changing the top for more ease of filling. thanks!
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