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post #12812 of 105879
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Originally Posted by rheicel View Post
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.
I think you'll find even in this case that the water temperature remains the same throughout the entire loop.

Of course this would be easy to prove / disprove by placing temperature sensors at any points of the loop and comparing the readings (I would do this if I had the equipment).

My guess is that there is an unnoticeable (or, at the very least, unnotable) difference between the readings.
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Anyone else here have a 1090T at around 4GHz? I'm just wondering if my temps are normal. Running prime95 at 4.2GHz at 1.47v my temps were getting up to like 58-59C. I've only got 4 fans on my PA120.3 at the moment, but I kinda thought my temps should be better than that...
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post #12816 of 105879
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Originally Posted by rheicel View Post
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.
At the speed the water travels through the system, the CPU would have to dump close to 300watts of heat into it to change the temp of the passing water by a single degree. You won't see a change unless you are dumping a TON of heat into the system in one go, like a quad SLI 580 setup just before the CPU.
post #12817 of 105879
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Originally Posted by superhead91 View Post
Anyone else here have a 1090T at around 4GHz? I'm just wondering if my temps are normal. Running prime95 at 4.2GHz at 1.47v my temps were getting up to like 58-59C. I've only got 4 fans on my PA120.3 at the moment, but I kinda thought my temps should be better than that...
What's the ambient?
post #12818 of 105879
So... I have some stuff from Koolance coming today for my GPU-cooling experiment. I'll be using a MCP355 with a XSPC reservoir top, a RX240, and an Enzotech Sapphire on my video card. The pump/reservoir and radiator will mounted on the top of my lovely HP case, so it should be rather interesting. Hopefully everything will go smoothly and I'll have some pictures to post sometime.
post #12819 of 105879
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What's the ambient?
Not 100% sure... I'll check the thermostat when I go home for lunch and let you know.
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post #12820 of 105879
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Originally Posted by superhead91 View Post
Not 100% sure... I'll check the thermostat when I go home for lunch and let you know.
cool because that does play a big part in your overall temps. just as a reference, i could hit 62*C in prime95 with an ambient temp of about 32*C (89-90*F).
Edited by Kahbrohn - 8/2/11 at 9:38am
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