Originally Posted by cmpxchg8b
From my experience, I have four Titan Blacks, and my first build included six 120 mm radiator sections in 360 + 240 + 120 configuration. I was not happy with performance. I was getting up to 55 C water temperature, and GPU cores up to 60 C, with fans at 1500 RPM which I consider noisy.
I have since then rebuilt the loop with four 480 mm radiators and this is day and night, with water temperature up to 40 C at 900 fans RPM. As usual YMMV and I know many people would consider this overkill.
This is GPGPU rig so 100% 24/7 load is common. You will see lower temperatures while gaming. I'm running my GPUs at stock though.
Overkill pshhhh that is the only way to build a loop
, besides this is OVERKILL.Net
I am with him as you already know but just to give you an idea, I had 3 480s and a 4820k with a high OC, with 2 290s (OCed) when I added the third the temps were not up to par, So now I am swapping my 480s with 3 560s 1 for the CPU and 2 for the GPUs
So I do practice what I preach
FYI a 560 rad is 5.5x 120 so that is 11 x 120 just for my 3 290s
.Edited by Cyber Locc - 2/12/16 at 3:59pm