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post #12801 of 106459
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Here is my watercooled rig, for now only the cpu got all the parts from frozencpu.com.

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The top griaphics card must be feeling summer all the time.
    
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Yeah that's what I thought too.

~Ceadder
This might be a little late and has probably been said already but, ftr:

Temperature equalizes throughout the entire loop. Consider the speed at which the water is flowing and the relatively small size of the loop. You're not going to see a noticeable difference in temperature from one part of the loop to the other, so it really doesn't matter what order you put your rads/blocks. That being said, having your res above the pump makes priming the pump easier when you first fill your loop.
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The top griaphics card must be feeling summer all the time.
Yeah, there is like 1mm of space between the cards, they are at 975/1350 and 1250 mV the idle is 55 for the top and 40 for the bottom fan speed at 42 for top and 35 for bottom, it starts to get really hot when i play games. Once i get some money in the future i plan on adding a second loop for the gpus the rad will go under the case right under the hard drive bays.
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This might be a little late and has probably been said already but, ftr:

Temperature equalizes throughout the entire loop. Consider the speed at which the water is flowing and the relatively small size of the loop. You're not going to see a noticeable difference in temperature from one part of the loop to the other, so it really doesn't matter what order you put your rads/blocks. That being said, having your res above the pump makes priming the pump easier when you first fill your loop.


if only everyone did their research when going into watercooling!
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if only everyone did their research when going into watercooling!
I think depending on the set-up. If you have multiple rad, it makes sense to be careful with the arrangement.

Example of two rad that will make a difference:
RES>PUMP>CPU>RAD>GPU>RAD

In the arrangement above, CPU will make the water hot and before it passes the GPU, the RAD will dissipate some heat. Overall water temp will make no difference in this arrangement, but the GPU temp when arranged in a correct manner will be a bit cooler compared to the loop going from CPU straight to GPU.
    
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if only everyone did their research when going into watercooling!
Wait, what?

Me thinking carefully about which way to set up my loop means I didn't do research? Are you kidding or what?

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Wait, what?

Me thinking carefully about which way to set up my loop means I didn't do research? Are you kidding or what?

~Ceadder
This wasn't a dig at anyone, just complimenting the post
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This might be a little late and has probably been said already but, ftr:

Temperature equalizes throughout the entire loop. Consider the speed at which the water is flowing and the relatively small size of the loop. You're not going to see a noticeable difference in temperature from one part of the loop to the other, so it really doesn't matter what order you put your rads/blocks. That being said, having your res above the pump makes priming the pump easier when you first fill your loop.
Ahhhhhh please don't say equalize, this implies that the water in every part of the loop is the same temperature. It's more appropriate to use stabilize or equilibrium. And loop order DOES matter, it's better to put a rad in between blocks if you can than to chain your blocks and then string multiple rads at the end. But in all cases, pump after and under res.
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Not as swanky as many of these sick rigs on here, but I gotta jump in


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