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It is actually a bit high and I have considered to remove it and use it as intake. The water temperature is 45-48 which I think is a bit high. What do you think?

I will try to remove the bottom radiator and see difference, but if the difference is not satisfying, I will be placing a 360x30mm in the bottom.

When I will rebuild the system, the gpu will be vertical, so I will DIY that one.

And for remark, Asus 980ti Strix is the highest card on market and it just fit in this case with full cover waterblock from EKWB, but it touches the glass panel without bending the glass panel.
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It is actually a bit high and I have considered to remove it and use it as intake. The water temperature is 45-48 which I think is a bit high. What do you think?

I will try to remove the bottom radiator and see difference, but if the difference is not satisfying, I will be placing a 360x30mm in the bottom.

When I will rebuild the system, the gpu will be vertical, so I will DIY that one.

And for remark, Asus 980ti Strix is the highest card on market and it just fit in this case with full cover waterblock from EKWB, but it touches the glass panel without bending the glass panel.

Your not lacking rad space. Your lacking airflow. 45-48 warter on full on load isnt bad. If you think about it an single 120 aio can keep a 980ti in the 50s on core.
post #1573 of 1702
My GPU is at 55 degrees on load in gaming and I am ok with that, because my main goal is a silence system.
post #1574 of 1702
Hello all, figured I would share my recent build. Despite the limitations in the airflow department, I have to say that I am pretty happy with the results. I do have some ideas for the front panel (and/or reorientation of the case.. but that will have to wait til the summer).

Anyways, would love to know what you think:
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Mobo: Aorus X370 K7
CPU: AMD 1700 (@ 3.9ghz)
RAM: gSkill Trident Z RGB @ 3200 CL16
GPU: XFX RX480 Black Edition @1400mhz

GPU Temp= 52c at load
CPU Temp= 55c-60c at Full load (gaming usually = 45-52C)
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post #1575 of 1702
Wow, nice build with only AMD components. I am making plans for that too when vega comes out. You must add another RX480 to really get the gut out of the system :-)

And it is really good to see shorter GPUs, it gives more space for other WC stuff.
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I'm not sure if I understood it correctly, sorry I'm not great at english.
What do you mean?

number 1: NO 303C at computex, only at DH Austin

number 2: 303C showcased at computex as well as at DH Austin

I'm interested in this detail because computex has much more media coverage, so it's more likely that people not attending the event could see it on pictures and videos.

You can expect the 303C at both Computex and DH Austin. There will likely be more coverage during Computex though. We will do our best to provide updates of both events too.
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You can expect the 303C at both Computex and DH Austin. There will likely be more coverage during Computex though. We will do our best to provide updates of both events too.

Wohoo!! biggrin.gifthumb.gif Thank you!!!
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You can expect the 303C at both Computex and DH Austin. There will likely be more coverage during Computex though. We will do our best to provide updates of both events too.

Aww yeah! gimme all that vertical GPU bracket.
post #1579 of 1702
Oh cool don't think that's in my country though lol
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As Darthbaggins said, it's the AquaSuite. I found it really helpful to learn more about cooling, having sensors around the case and in the loop. I got the aquasuite as part of the Aquacomputer 6LT - I use that to control the fans & pump based on (water - ambient temp) and it's all independent of motherboard or software. I went the aquacomputer way (first with the 5LT) because it was less than the premium for motherboards that had sensors - and because it can work on temperature differentials

Some of the data in the screen comes from HWiNFO64 which can be used by the Aquasuite. The 6LT itself comes with 4 air temperature probes, and I've added a bitspower sensor for the water (below). There's a busy thread on aquaero: http://www.overclock.net/t/1474470/ocn-aquaero-owners-club

I was wondering if I could just either stick a temperature stop plug sensor on my 4 way block spliiter (XSPC G1/4" Plug with 10k Sensor) or tape a temperature sensor to my res or radiator? And for ambient temps can I just get a thermometer and stick it somewhere lol ? xD It doesnt have to be super accurate I just want a rough idea so I can get a better sense of why my temps are the way they are when I game and my temps reaching around 65c. At this point I'm contemplating on just redoing my loop and cleaning out my cpu and gpu blocks or something.
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Oh cool don't think that's in my country though lol
I was wondering if I could just either stick a temperature stop plug sensor on my 4 way block spliiter (XSPC G1/4" Plug with 10k Sensor) or tape a temperature sensor to my res or radiator? And for ambient temps can I just get a thermometer and stick it somewhere lol ? xD It doesnt have to be super accurate I just want a rough idea so I can get a better sense of why my temps are the way they are when I game and my temps reaching around 65c. At this point I'm contemplating on just redoing my loop and cleaning out my cpu and gpu blocks or something.
Yes you can put a thermometer in your res - probably the most accurate and simple. The stop plug on a 4 way splitter is a better permanent solution - and easier to read out.

Once you know your water temp, and also measure the air temp inside your case..because that's important for your top rad, you'll know where to look. Possible causes could be in no particular order (1) bad contact between GPU and block (2) high air temps for your top rad / inefficient airflow (4) trapped air in the loop (5) dirty water blocks ....

My setup is also not optimal yet... the case temperature is still higher than I like (31C at the front of the case during intensive use). That's because of hot air leaking back into the case .. which really doesn't help the top 420 rad do it's job.
     
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