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Either add a G1/4 temp sensor somewhere in the loop or a quick and easy way is stick a temp/thermometer probe down in the res, it won't be the most accurate but at least give you an idea.
 
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Either add a G1/4 temp sensor somewhere in the loop or a quick and easy way is stick a temp/thermometer probe down in the res, it won't be the most accurate but at least give you an idea.

Lets say I buy this:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20268/tmp-77/XSPC_LCD_Temperature_Sensor_V2_-_White_Backlight_w_Inline_Sensor_.html?tl=g59c679s2167&id=So2dH8my#blank

looking at the picture of my system you can see I placed my drain valve right at the inlet of my waterpump, can I place that sensor right at the drain valve and plug the other side of it and open the valve to read the temp? will that work??
    
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Or better yet, buy this:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/xspc-lcd-temperature-sensor-v2-red-g1-4-plug-sensor.html

and plug it at my drain valve, will it work?
    
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Either add a G1/4 temp sensor somewhere in the loop or a quick and easy way is stick a temp/thermometer probe down in the res, it won't be the most accurate but at least give you an idea.

This is exactly what I do. But a good IR temp gun is also surprisingly accurate, and agrees with my thermometer to within 0.2C.
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This is exactly what I do. But a good IR temp gun is also surprisingly accurate, and agrees with my thermometer to within 0.2C.

yes I use them also.
http://www.amazon.com/Etekcity-Lasergrip-774-Non-contact-Thermometer/dp/B00837ZGRY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1447093018&sr=8-2&keywords=temperature+gun+infrared
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I would just invest in another radiator first.
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post #67 of 131
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So I ordered XSPC LCD Temperature Sensor V2 - Red + G1/4 Plug Sensor, is that what I needed?

http://www.performance-pcs.com/xspc-lcd-temperature-sensor-v2-red-g1-4-plug-sensor.html

I also gonna order a set of new Rads for my Corsair 750D:

1. EK-CoolStream XE 360 (Triple)
http://www.performance-pcs.com/ek-coolstream-xe-360-triple.html

2. EK-CoolStream XE 240 (Double)
http://www.performance-pcs.com/ek-coolstream-xe-240-double.html

Will I be able to fit them perfectly in the Corsair Obsidian 750D? put the 360 with fans in push on top and the 240mm in front with fans again in push.??

Edit: What do you guys think of my choice of Rads? is this what I wanna be using for cool silent build?
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You would know if you water was getting hot, your case would be just pumping out hot air, and the tubes/radiator would be quite hot. 50C is 122F, which is warmer than most people care to touch.

I'd doubt if your water temps got above 35C.
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You would know if you water was getting hot, your case would be just pumping out hot air, and the tubes/radiator would be quite hot. 50C is 122F, which is warmer than most people care to touch.

I'd doubt if your water temps got above 35C.

Well now Im kinda worried, when I'm gaming the tubes do get warm when I touch it, also I do feel warm air getting out of top of the case when I hold my hand to the top and also the Radiator does get warm as well. it's not uncomfortable hot that I can't touch it but its definitely warm when I touch it.
    
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btw guys, my D5 pump if I run at any speed more than 1/5 it makes a high pitch sound through the case, is there anyway to make it silent? the case on my desk sitting right next to me also

Do I also need to run it at higher speed?
    
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