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Originally Posted by Fiercy View Post

I don't know a proper water loop is a lot of maintenance never before I had to leave my pc open for 2 weeks as I was waiting for a block... If I had air problem solved say one.

But I like to mess with this but I am also sertain a lot of people won't.

Don't understand what you are saying.
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Originally Posted by Fiercy View Post

I don't know a proper water loop is a lot of maintenance never before I had to leave my pc open for 2 weeks as I was waiting for a block... If I had air problem solved say one.

But I like to mess with this but I am also sertain a lot of people won't.

In my experience it takes a while to set up, mostly getting rid of air, though after that I have never had to touch it. This goes for for my current loop which I have had for over a year, and the setup which I had before that which I had for around the same amount of time.
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@HyperMatrix when you run far cry 4 do you go into task manager and disable the "pegged" core and re-enable it by going to task
Manager --> set affinity? For me far cry runs a single core at 90-95% until I do that. You may see better frames after.

Dude...***...ok so core 2 was at 99%. Disabling it made the core usage jump to 99% on core 3. So on and so forth for all the cores. So it got to 99% usage on core 7. And for shoots and giggles I decided to repeat the process yet again for the final core. Then it switched to Core 0 being the primary core, but only using about 60%. So no more cores pegged at 99%. And increased frame rate. Why on earth is this something we have to do?
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Originally Posted by Neb9 View Post

In my experience it takes a while to set up, mostly getting rid of air, though after that I have never had to touch it. This goes for for my current loop which I have had for over a year, and the setup which I had before that which I had for around the same amount of time.

Yeah I switched from water to Ice Dragon Nano Coolant. That along with quick-disconnect fittings, means this is all maintenance free for the most part, and doesn't even need to be drained when adding/removing hardware. I installed a brand new motherboard/cpu without having to drain anything.
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Yeah I switched from water to Ice Dragon Nano Coolant. That along with quick-disconnect fittings, means this is all maintenance free for the most part, and doesn't even need to be drained when adding/removing hardware. I installed a brand new motherboard/cpu without having to drain anything.

I made the mistake of using no quick disconnects, with one tube going behind the motherboard (the cable management area, for lack of a better name), which connects to a rad set up in the top of my case above the res. There is still a tiny bit of air in there, and the only way I got the majority of it out was to literally turn my case upside-down. If I had a quick disconnect on that tube I could have moved that rad down to get the air out and saved myself quite a few hours.
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Yeah I switched from water to Ice Dragon Nano Coolant. That along with quick-disconnect fittings, means this is all maintenance free for the most part, and doesn't even need to be drained when adding/removing hardware. I installed a brand new motherboard/cpu without having to drain anything.

If the CPU is the same like when I switched from RIV BE to RVE10 and i76800k , it's easy. Running my 6800k at 4.5ghz at 28c with 23c ambient.
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If the CPU is the same like when I switched from RIV BE to RVE10 and i76800k , it's easy. Running my 6800k at 4.5ghz at 28c with 23c ambient.

With quick disconnects it doesn't even matter. I switched from a 3770k to a 5960x. Just attached quick disconnect fittings to the new block. Quick-disconnected the tubing from the previous block, and plugged them into the new block. And voila. Everything was done in about 30 seconds.
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Originally Posted by Gary2015 View Post

If the CPU is the same like when I switched from RIV BE to RVE10 and i76800k , it's easy. Running my 6800k at 4.5ghz at 28c with 23c ambient.
are you looking to sell your rampage black? PM me if you are.
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Anyone spoke with Aquacomputer when blocks are going out? In the Forums someone said first were going out monday, but still nothing happening so far rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Yeah I switched from water to Ice Dragon Nano Coolant. That along with quick-disconnect fittings, means this is all maintenance free for the most part, and doesn't even need to be drained when adding/removing hardware. I installed a brand new motherboard/cpu without having to drain anything.

Tell me more about those quick-disconnect fittings? EK has them or Aqua? Or someone else?
I'm looking into a proper water-cooling setup, but I'm hesitating because it's the pain of setting up and when replacing GPUs...
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If the CPU is the same like when I switched from RIV BE to RVE10 and i76800k , it's easy. Running my 6800k at 4.5ghz at 28c with 23c ambient.

From RVE to RVE10? What did you gain?
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