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If you were 'fully aware of such things' you would be telling me what our room temp is and what the air temp of airflow going into GPU cooler at idle and load.

Therefor I'm assuming you are making claims based on what you think, not based on airflow temperature measuresments I really don't care, but I do know 9 out of 10 times when someone has GPU and CPU noise and/or cooling problems it's the air temp going into them, not the cooler being use.

doyll, again, I do not have noise or cooling problems. Look at my photo gallery here, do you think I needed those custom made AIO's, or my former triple radiator stand? I do this for fun. I do this for optimization, I do this because I like it. Part of fully aware is indeed if the air intake is something like 76f, then cooling beyond that point is an uphill battle.

My ambient is probably in the mid to high 70's(f), sure. However, this is an air conditioned basement room and not necessarily a controlled environment. My computer is not "loud", in fact, I built this to have a quiet setup, but I personally like keeping my GPU at 70c or less (am aware they can run, and basically run forever much higher than that) + I mentioned i'm just about a 24/7 folder. It's not loud, but I do desire even quieter.

So back to optimization, I think with the mk26 I will have improved load temperatures, and decreased noise. So thank you for that suggestion outofmyhead.

Also that's a very good idea Worldwin, I nearly forgot just how haphazardly they put TIMM on at the factory. I have been custom blocked for many years until now.
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doyll, again, I do not have noise or cooling problems. Look at my photo gallery here, do you think I needed those custom made AIO's, or my former triple radiator stand? I do this for fun. I do this for optimization, I do this because I like it. Part of fully aware is indeed if the air intake is something like 76f, then cooling beyond that point is an uphill battle.

My ambient is probably in the mid to high 70's(f), sure. However, this is an air conditioned basement room and not necessarily a controlled environment. My computer is not "loud", in fact, I built this to have a quiet setup, but I personally like keeping my GPU at 70c or less (am aware they can run, and basically run forever much higher than that) + I mentioned i'm just about a 24/7 folder. It's not loud, but I do desire even quieter.

So back to optimization, I think with the mk26 I will have improved load temperatures, and decreased noise. So thank you for that suggestion outofmyhead.

Also that's a very good idea Worldwin, I nearly forgot just how haphazardly they put TIMM on at the factory. I have been custom blocked for many years until now.
Do you have a temperature sensor in the airflow about 25mm in front of cooler intake? If you do not, you have no idea what that air temperature is. On air cooler every degree warmer the air temp going into cooler is results a a degree warmer the component is. Sure, you know your room temp. But saying 'room is 73f so the component air intake is 78f is simply a guess if you have not actually monitored that air temp.

I know you do this for fun. Most of us here do it for the same reasons. But saying it's 78f inside of case versus 73f in room is like cooking in the kitchen and going into your computer room to look at thermometer to see how warm it is in your kitchen. They will not be the same temp. wink.gif
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