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Can anyone suggest a full setup for my rig? I'v done ALOT of research but I just don't trust my knowledge over someone with years of experience and a rig that looks like some of these on here.

i dont have years of expierence, but i've watercooled a 600t with a 2600k and a 6970.
you can put a thin 240 radiator in the top of that case, with the fans underneath the click on grill,
and a phobya 200x200 radiator in front.
that would be decent enough to cool your system.
you must remove some parts of the case and have the harddrive cage on the ground in the middle.

as for a pump and a res, i think someone else will reccomend you a good pump, i just use 2 laing ddc1 rt pumps.

watercooling fans, the Scythe gt ap-15's seem to be very populair.

and for a reservoir, i htink a 5'25" bay res would be your best shot in a 600t.
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post #16492 of 105876
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I'm running a 360 and a 240 solely for my cpu too, on a 600l \ hour pump.
im now just wondering why a 1.5v SB runs 37C hotter then a 1.5v thuban
Pretty sure the Intel chips do run hotter than AMD, but there's no business here comparing temps without knowing the ambients. I could be seeing temps in the 70's but if my ambient is 65 then the loop is actually doing a great job. Precision when posting these numbers is really important. /rant rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by AoHxBram View Post

no idea mate, maybe its my room temp, i have no aircon and live up the highest floor in the house, i think its about 25C ambient here.
the lowest my temps on the cpu ever get are ~20C at startup when all the cold air from outside has gotten into my room.
so meh, no idea.
here's my setup btw (changed cases from an antec DF85 to a Caselabs M8) :
A delta over ambient of 45C sounds very high for a loop with an RX360 and 240... thinking.gif
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Originally Posted by loki_reborn View Post

Hey I have overkill cooling and my 2600k hits 70 as well. I think it is just a combination of high voltage and bad transfer through the IHS.
The temps go up and down like a light switch.
My temps fluctuate a lot too. I see loads in the low 50's with my 2600k folding @ 4.4 w/ HT on. Ambient is 65-68F. That's with my 570 and 8800GTS idling in the loop. 360 and 240 Swiftech rads + 360 AC Airplex AMS. All fans are on low so that the rig is near-silent.
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Those are my CPU rads, and airflow is as followed :
front : intake
bottom : intake (trhough the 240 rad)
top exhaust (through the RX360)
water flow : res\pump -> RX360 -> GTS240 -> cpu -> res.
would i see a significant increase if i would make the bottom rads and fans as exhausts?
and also do this on my gpus loop and make the back fan an intake ?
Definitely don't recycle your hot air! Intake on the bottom rad is just feeding the top 360 with hot air which really doesn't help things. I can't be sure what you'd see as a benefit, but I'd be very confident that your temps would improve. Water flow and loop order is not going to change anything beyond 1-2C so I always advocate whatever gives you the shortest or most aesthetically pleasing loop depending on your preference. I would suggest both rads as intake which will result in the coolest air possible hitting them. Monitor your mobo temps to make sure you don't overheat the board-if the board is running hot the alternative is to make the rads both exhaust which will decrease case temps, but may slightly increase loop temps. In either case, the rads should all be the same (intake or exhaust) and the remaining case fans should be the opposite.
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post #16493 of 105876
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled View Post

Pretty sure the Intel chips do run hotter than AMD, but there's no business here comparing temps without knowing the ambients. I could be seeing temps in the 70's but if my ambient is 65 then the loop is actually doing a great job. Precision when posting these numbers is really important. /rant rolleyes.gif
A delta over ambient of 45C sounds very high for a loop with an RX360 and 240... thinking.gif
My temps fluctuate a lot too. I see loads in the low 50's with my 2600k folding @ 4.4 w/ HT on. Ambient is 65-68F. That's with my 570 and 8800GTS idling in the loop. 360 and 240 Swiftech rads + 360 AC Airplex AMS. All fans are on low so that the rig is near-silent.
Definitely don't recycle your hot air! Intake on the bottom rad is just feeding the top 360 with hot air which really doesn't help things. I can't be sure what you'd see as a benefit, but I'd be very confident that your temps would improve. Water flow and loop order is not going to change anything beyond 1-2C so I always advocate whatever gives you the shortest or most aesthetically pleasing loop depending on your preference. I would suggest both rads as intake which will result in the coolest air possible hitting them. Monitor your mobo temps to make sure you don't overheat the board-if the board is running hot the alternative is to make the rads both exhaust which will decrease case temps, but may slightly increase loop temps. In either case, the rads should all be the same (intake or exhaust) and the remaining case fans should be the opposite.

i guess i'll be changing the top fans to intakes and the case fans as exhuasts to test it out. the radiators on my motherboard side are form the gpu's so they wont heat up as much as the cpu radiators. so i'll keep an eye on that.
only problem is if i change the rads as intakes, and the case fans as exhausts, i have 12 (total) intakes, and just 3 exhausts.
now on the psu side this isnt a problem due to the large ventilation area's but on the motherboard side its all "closed" except for the mesh next to the pci-i/o part.
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post #16494 of 105876
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i guess i'll be changing the top fans to intakes and the case fans as exhuasts to test it out. the radiators on my motherboard side are form the gpu's so they wont heat up as much as the cpu radiators. so i'll keep an eye on that.
only problem is if i change the rads as intakes, and the case fans as exhausts, i have 12 (total) intakes, and just 3 exhausts.
now on the psu side this isnt a problem due to the large ventilation area's but on the motherboard side its all "closed" except for the mesh next to the pci-i/o part.

I wouldn't worry too much- the case fans may want to be ramped up a little bit, but remember that a case fan has little air resistance (essentially none if you don't have a filter or anything) so it will exhaust air much more effectively than the intake fans will be able to push it though the rads. Not to mention that the excess air will naturally dissipate through openings around the doors and anywhere else that's not airtight.
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post #16495 of 105876
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled View Post

I wouldn't worry too much- the case fans may want to be ramped up a little bit, but remember that a case fan has little air resistance (essentially none if you don't have a filter or anything) so it will exhaust air much more effectively than the intake fans will be able to push it though the rads. Not to mention that the excess air will naturally dissipate through openings around the doors and anywhere else that's not airtight.

Thanks mate smile.gif
will definitly try this method next friday, when i have some free time to "play" with the case again smile.gif
ill let you know. going to visit my bed now tongue.gif
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post #16496 of 105876
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Thanks mate smile.gif
will definitly try this method next friday, when i have some free time to "play" with the case again smile.gif
ill let you know. going to visit my bed now tongue.gif

No problem, can't wait to see the results!
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I feel ashamed given the beauty and ingenuity of most of these. Though I am not worthy, I'm going to post none the less. biggrin.gif
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I'm actually surprised no one commented on this. I really like the look of that, and I totally dig the bottle opener on the side painted to match.
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next new member gets #1100 smile.gif
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updated
next new member gets #1100 smile.gif

Trying to force me on buying my watercooling parts now, huh? sozo.gif
Edited by rockcoeur - 1/15/12 at 6:34pm
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