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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

Yeah I had a 420 and 360, and even with just a single 980 Ti and 4930K I still saw GPU temps get up to around 44C when gaming. Granted all rad fans stayed around 700-900 rpm, but that's just exceptional performance. (unless your ambient is below 10C, then ok tongue.gif)

i'm running 2x 360 rads with a single 980ti sc and a fx-9590 and per HWmonitor, my cpu and gpu have never exceeded 34c.... granted, the only thing i have really played so far on this rig is WoW on ultra settings, but still, i'm happy with those numbers. I dont know what it would look like on a more recent game because i cant get into my steam account at the present time lol
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i'm running 2x 360 rads with a single 980ti sc and a fx-9590 and per HWmonitor, my cpu and gpu have never exceeded 34c.... granted, the only thing i have really played so far on this rig is WoW on ultra settings, but still, i'm happy with those numbers. I dont know what it would look like on a more recent game because i cant get into my steam account at the present time lol
Nice. I have my 980 Ti with an AMD CPU too, 8350.
Well today the liquid level has dropped down a bit and the GPU now runs at around 46-47c under load.
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Nice. I have my 980 Ti with an AMD CPU too, 8350.
Well today the liquid level has dropped down a bit and the GPU now runs at around 46-47c under load.

Dropped down a bit inside the res? That'll be good news, air is working its way out of the loop and into the res then. Keep topping the res off, and happy gaming! thumb.gif
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Dropped down a bit inside the res? That'll be good news, air is working its way out of the loop and into the res then. Keep topping the res off, and happy gaming! thumb.gif
Thanks! Can't wait to go 4k!
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post #155 of 166
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I had two GPUs and a CPU on a single 240mm rad and my GPUs never hit 50c gaming. Something is seriously wrong with your setup. (IMO too much radiator)

Damn.. what was the ambient temps? I have a 240 and 280 with a single GTX 980ti and with D5 Pump around 60% fans ~1000rpm my gpu temp is 44C or less.. CPU temps will gaming under 60C. In a silent fan profile I hit 50C on GPU and 70C on CPU but fans are 500-700rpm and it's extremely quiet.
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Whoahhh, hold up.

What sort of GPU were they? what sort of fan speeds were you running? That is exceptional performance ... there is no such thing as too much rad though. There is diminishing returns rad ... there is pointless and a waste rad ... but that is a lot of rad, and too much is not really possible in our environments and use cases.

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Yeah I had a 420 and 360, and even with just a single 980 Ti and 4930K I still saw GPU temps get up to around 44C when gaming. Granted all rad fans stayed around 700-900 rpm, but that's just exceptional performance. (unless your ambient is below 10C, then ok tongue.gif)

2500k and two EVGA 560ti's Keep in mind that these are all currently at stock levels with no OC. I have push pull fans with the rad on the top of the case. Room is about 20c last I checked.
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post #157 of 166
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2500k and two EVGA 560ti's Keep in mind that these are all currently at stock levels with no OC. I have push pull fans with the rad on the top of the case. Room is about 20c last I checked.

That makes OK sense then. It just sounded like you meant you had two 980ti like the OP's GPU.
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Oh no! even then the 560's are coming out in favor for a new 970. Had to RMA the sucker because of a bad fan.
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Been in touch with primochill and their bringing out a new gasket that will help when connecting to EK GPU blocks to bring there threads down on the G1/4" thread from 5.5mm to 4.5mm which EK recommends, Have not been given a time frame yet but it shouldnt be too long.
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Been in touch with primochill and their bringing out a new gasket that will help when connecting to EK GPU blocks to bring there threads down on the G1/4" thread from 5.5mm to 4.5mm which EK recommends, Have not been given a time frame yet but it shouldnt be too long.
EK GPU blocks used to come with two spacers to do just that before the block design that works with a bridge connector. They were aluminum with a groove for an o-ring. Pretty simple.
     
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