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D-Tek Fuzion V2 Quad Plate = Fail for me

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After figuring out I had the plate installed incorrectly, I reinstalled it last night, bled and leak tested overnight.



This is still 4 degrees warmer than the plate it comes with, C2D. I have remounted 3 times with the same results, so unless I just suck at mounting . . .

The only thing I can figure is the restriction is just to much for my system. I am using a GTX 360 rad, 3 Scythe Kaze Ultra 2000s in pull with a 1inch space for now, Swiftech Vario and their Micro res. Maybe one of the pumps with the XSPC top could match the temps of the C2D plate, but bah!!! Not fiddling again today as I want to game. just thought I would share.
    
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U sure the divider is lined up correctly? The plate has to be mounted in the correct direction in relationship to your two separate dual-cores.
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Checked it 3 times, from the photos Marin posted. These temps are better than before the change.
    
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What pump are you using? Perhaps the added restriction is killing your flow?
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What pump are you using? Perhaps the added restriction is killing your flow?
This one.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/swmcin12pu.html

That's my guess but I am using a Laing D5 Vario/Swiftech MCP655 Inline 12V DC Pump. Supposed to be a good pump.

The res water is not as wavy as before, so that may beit.
    
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Thanks for testing, I saw the same thing with the 4.5mm nozzle on the dual core, so I think now that the V2 has an o-ring (same as washer for V1) we won't get the two gains (Washer/nozzle) mixed up anymore. The washer added to V1 was a definate improvement and I'm thinking it might take dual pumps to start seeing advantages of the nozzles. A vario D5 is really close in performance to a DDC, which is probably the pumping performance level 95% of users are running.

I think I'm going to have to do some experimenting with two pumps to find out just what the advantages are if anything.

Thanks for sharing your results!!
    
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well im glad i never installed mine
   
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I'm glad I didn't buy one =p
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post #9 of 17
WOW those temps look high to me. Why have you got the core up that high? I got a Q6700 @ 3.5 and the core is set to 1.26 Stable. and as I write this my CPU temps are:

CoreTemp 0.99- 32/32/30/30
RealTemp 2.5- 27/27/25/25


Heres how I got my Loop:
Pump>Rad>CPU Block>Rad>GPU_GPU_GPU>Rez-Repeat
(Swiftech MCP655)-(120X3)-(Fuzion V2)-(120X2)(Kolance GPU Blocks)-(Micro Rez)


Oh and the Fuzion V2 has the Quad plate in it. And I havent modded the block in anyway.



PS: How do I get a copy of the stuff I have open on my desktop like the pics in the first of this thread? If I hit PrintScreen it doesnt do anything.

Edited by Mongo - 6/1/08 at 9:17pm
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WOW those temps look high to me. Why have you got the core up that high? I got a Q6700 @ 3.5 and the core is set to 1.26 Stable. and as I write this my CPU temps are:

CoreTemp 0.99- 32/32/30/30
RealTemp 2.5- 27/27/25/25


Heres how I got my Loop:
Pump>Rad>CPU Block>Rad>GPU_GPU_GPU>Rez-Repeat
(Swiftech MCP655)-(120X3)-(Fuzion V2)-(120X2)(Kolance GPU Blocks)-(Micro Rez)


Oh and the Fuzion V2 has the Quad plate in it. And I havent modded the block in anyway.
Your running a Q6700 it's a 95W chip with lower VID. This is your chips dad, QX6700. When it came out it was 130W and 1.3+ VID. It's a good chip and runs what I want, but if I had really thought about it I would have purchased a Q6600, instead
    
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