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I wasn't really asking. I was putting my thoughts out there. I really see AIO's as something that has a higher market potential than a complete build your own custom loop. I prefer AIO's because everything is all in one place and you do not have to mount all the extra stuff in different spots and what not. It is also easier for maintenance. I have a Swifttech H240-X that does a great job, especially for being an AIO. I am seriously thinking of upgrading to the H320-X2 prestige edition. Primarily for more rad space and the (apparently) made for Swifttech only Noiseblocker fans.

But I have another issue. I did some minor mods to my case last night (weatherstripping) and I noticed that my tubing may be turning green on the inside again. Which may be oxidization from the copper in the block and the rad. I have some loop cleaning fluid that can clean that out pretty good, I just have to leave it in the loop for no less than 24 hours.

I use the Mayhems XT-1 additive but I don't think it has any anti corrosive in it.

So I'm thinking I will need to add some anti corrosive to the loop before I add my Heatkiller Pro IV block. Does anyone have any recommendations for a good anti corrosive that works great with the mayhems XT-1? Hopefully it will be available through Amazon prime so I can get it by the middle of the week.

I was really looking forward to installing that block and seeing how it performs. I am hoping to get slightly better temps than my current 30 deg at idle and 63 deg (max) under load with my Apogee waterblock in the H240-X AIO.

I don't know the fluid myself, but a quick checkup on the manufacturers homepage gives the imformation that it DOES include corrosion inhibitors and biocides, as every glycol based additive does. So, are you by chance using a silver kill coil? Or did you add anything else to your loop? Or did you use cleaning agents and didn't flush enough afterwards?
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I don't know the fluid myself, but a quick checkup on the manufacturers homepage gives the imformation that it DOES include corrosion inhibitors and biocides, as every glycol based additive does. So, are you by chance using a silver kill coil? Or did you add anything else to your loop? Or did you use cleaning agents and didn't flush enough afterwards?
I have silver coil but never added it. I did like 2 or 3 complete flushes with distilled water after the last time I cleaned it.
It of course may be because of the block. I had an issue with that having some serious discoloration and followed many different cleaning solutions/methods to include running my dremel on it to get it shiny again. Overall they mostly worked but the block still had some discolored spots.

Do you think I should go ahead and install the Heatkiller IV pro block and clean out the system and see how it all goes? I just do not want to mess up this beautiful block from you at Watercool.
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Quite amazed by the new Titan XP Heatkiller, getting a deltaT of 5° between water and gpu temp in witcher 3. biggrin.gif

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Quite amazed by the new Titan XP Heatkiller, getting a deltaT of 5° between water and gpu temp in witcher 3. biggrin.gif


Well... you do have 1400mm of radiator. Still impressive none the less.
    
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Quick question... Since there is a plan to release waterblocks for non-reference Pascal cards, will the Strix 1080 waterblock be compatible with the Strix 1070 and Strix 1060 like another company's blocks are?
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So far I am loving my Heatkiller Pro IV Clean Acrylic block. I filled it with the Sysprep mix then ran it for about 2 hrs outside the case with no leaks so I put it in the case and booted up my system. Upon boot up my idle temps were about 4 deg lower than normal. So I ran the Intel Burn test on the high test and my temps were again about 4 or 5 deg lower than normal. With an average of about 51 deg and a high of about 61 deg. The thing is this is all with just Sysprep. I will flush the system out and refill with distilled and the XT-1 either tomorrow of Tuesday, but I have to let it run continuous till then. I am still keeping an eye out for leaks so wish me the best!.

EDIT: @Watercool-Jakob Do you guys have any pump/res combos that can mount directly to the rad?
Edited by Madmaxneo - 10/9/16 at 2:03pm
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post #727 of 2198
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So far I am loving my Heatkiller Pro IV Clean Acrylic block. I filled it with the Sysprep mix then ran it for about 2 hrs outside the case with no leaks so I put it in the case and booted up my system. Upon boot up my idle temps were about 4 deg lower than normal. So I ran the Intel Burn test on the high test and my temps were again about 4 or 5 deg lower than normal. With an average of about 51 deg and a high of about 61 deg. The thing is this is all with just Sysprep. I will flush the system out and refill with distilled and the XT-1 either tomorrow of Tuesday, but I have to let it run continuous till then. I am still keeping an eye out for leaks so wish me the best!.

EDIT: @Watercool-Jakob Do you guys have any pump/res combos that can mount directly to the rad?

But yes of course we do: our HEATKILLER Tube series reservoirs can be augmented with either a DDC or a D5 pump (sold seperately), and can be mounted to a standard radiator via our basic mounting kit and 120 or 140mm fan adapter. When done properly, this could look like this:


post #728 of 2198
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But yes of course we do: our HEATKILLER Tube series reservoirs can be augmented with either a DDC or a D5 pump (sold seperately), and can be mounted to a standard radiator via our basic mounting kit and 120 or 140mm fan adapter. When done properly, this could look like this:
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That is exactly what I am looking for!

Is it possible you could list the parts I would need for such a thing? I would also need a 360 rad.


Update: Well my cpu has reached its normal operating temp which is the same as it was before I switched out the block with the Heatkiller Pro IV I have. They are back up to 31 deg average for idle and normal highs in the mid 60's for the intel burn test. But it is still filled with the Sysprep. I will change it out tomorrow when I get home from work (hopefully no leaks by then).

While I was replacing everything in the loop I noticed that no other parts were either stained green or discolored at all, and the coolant was still clear. So I opened up the Apogee block to see and it looked exactly the same as when i had cleaned it out the last time like 4 or 5 months ago. So I cut open the tubing and it was green but it was a clear green, It seems the only thing that turned color was my tubing. I am using the Primoflex advanced LRT Brilliant UV blue tubing which should work fine.

Does anyone think it could be the Mayhems XT-1 causing this or is there an issue with using the Primoflex UV tubing?
Edited by Madmaxneo - 10/9/16 at 4:11pm
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post #729 of 2198
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That is exactly what I am looking for!

Is it possible you could list the parts I would need for such a thing? I would also need a 360 rad.

  • Tube (standalone or D5 or DDC variant)
  • Mounting kit
  • 120mm mount adapter

Optionally the LED strip (only one can be fitted).
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  • Tube (standalone or D5 or DDC variant)
  • Mounting kit
  • 120mm mount adapter

Optionally the LED strip (only one can be fitted).
I was hoping for links to each part.
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