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post #741 of 1042
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post


I answered this before to you last time. The improvements of just resting the top is minimal very minimal. 2-3c at best on full load and it looks funny imo.

 

Yeah, you did but that was before you had your top panel modded. Like I said, I'm wondering if there would be even any difference now that your top panel is modded? I hope you get what I mean. However minimal the difference is, I still want to know.

post #742 of 1042
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Yeah, you did but that was before you had your top panel modded. Like I said, I'm wondering if there would be even any difference now that your top panel is modded? I hope you get what I mean. However minimal the difference is, I still want to know.

rolleyes.gif Bro, I have like no temp difference between having no top at all vs the modded top. Resting a modded top isn't going be different than not resting it.
post #743 of 1042
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post


rolleyes.gif Bro, I have like no temp difference between having no top at all vs the modded top. Resting a modded top isn't going be different than not resting it.

 

Oh, I think I've misunderstood the whole thing! So the one you unlatch and rest on top is the top panel itself? All along I thought it was the rad bracket! Sorry, LOL. That's why we weren't understanding each other, stupid me :)

post #744 of 1042
I'm currently running a single 360 rad to cool a 6850K and 1080Ti. Will adding another 280 in the front have a big impact on temps? Would you guys say it's worth the additional cost?
post #745 of 1042
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Originally Posted by trawetSluaP View Post

I'm currently running a single 360 rad to cool a 6850K and 1080Ti. Will adding another 280 in the front have a big impact on temps? Would you guys say it's worth the additional cost?

I think it definitely will. Not sure by how much. What temps do you see right now?

For example, I run two 360mm rads and I never see my water temps go above 90-91F during loads.
post #746 of 1042
Max temps are around 55C for CPU and GPU. If I had the top panel mod they'd probably go down to 45C (ish). My understanding is that if I add another rad I will also be able to run the fans at a lower speed too.
post #747 of 1042
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Originally Posted by trawetSluaP View Post

Max temps are around 55C for CPU and GPU. If I had the top panel mod they'd probably go down to 45C (ish). My understanding is that if I add another rad I will also be able to run the fans at a lower speed too.

What fan speeds are you running now and your ambient?
post #748 of 1042
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

What fan speeds are you running now and your ambient?

Speeds are around 1200rpm @ 40%. Abient is between 20-30C as my house is fairly new and keeps a lot of heat in.
post #749 of 1042
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Originally Posted by trawetSluaP View Post

Speeds are around 1200rpm @ 40%. Abient is between 20-30C as my house is fairly new and keeps a lot of heat in.

Well my fan speeds right now max out at 1200 in load. They run super slow when I am just at desktop. My ambient ranges from 25-31c. 25 being the lowest pretty much. Although I have 2 cards (txp
oced ) in sli I am getting like 55 (both cards pegged at 98-99%) on the hottest card after about 2 hrs of gaming with 2 360s. I don't feel there's much of a benefit to you to have another rad as a 360 is enough but that's up to you.
post #750 of 1042
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

Well my fan speeds right now max out at 1200 in load. They run super slow when I am just at desktop. My ambient ranges from 25-31c. 25 being the lowest pretty much. Although I have 2 cards (txp
oced ) in sli I am getting like 55 (both cards pegged at 98-99%) on the hottest card after about 2 hrs of gaming with 2 360s. I don't feel there's much of a benefit to you to have another rad as a 360 is enough but that's up to you.

Thanks,

I should have clarified that the 1200rpm is at full load.
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