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Added a 580 hydro copper finally lol.
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post #17433 of 107307
Hi I'm new here but I'm not new to water cooling I've being water cooling since 2005 i think and I love it, it is so much fun, my computer is not as classy most of the computers on here but it gets the job done.

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My plain with the computer has to over-clock it as much I can while not over heating me, doing all that with as little noise as passable, so you see i have to use water cooling as you can't do that with air cooling.

The processor is AMD Phenom II 1090T I being planing on over clocking it to 4Ghz at least but due to pump I am still at standard speeds, I'm not happy at all. I've had two others processors used and they where an AMD 2800+ and a Phenom 8450 triple core. My temps for the AMD Phenom II 1090T at idle is about 25c the not so good part at full load ranges from 71C to over heats its done that twice now. My water block is a Alphacool NexXxoS XP.

My mother board is MSI 980gxm-g65 is a little old now but i need a board that had on board VGA as i did not have enough money for a video card as well.

My soon to be had will be a radon 6770 I'm getting this one because you get the best performance for the price, I will be putting a Danger Dan i think its a Maze 4 GPU, I don't remember what it is but it still works and that is all that matter to me.

I got a North bridge water block Last year if i could get a mofet water block i might use it.

My pump is where my system lets it down its a Danger Dans CSP-MAG it is too slow, I'm going to replace it with 2 DCC 350 working together and if I want I can turn one off if i think its ok. There is so much I can do with these things it will be fun.

Ashley
post #17434 of 107307
Try some cable management and see if that helps your load temps. mellowsmiley.gif

Also looks like you don't have enough airflow inside the case which could be causing your temps to increase overall and contribute to the temp of your CPU. But that's just my initial thought on the matter. Someone else might see this differently. eh-smiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 2/13/12 at 3:29pm
 
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ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
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Added a 580 hydro copper finally lol.
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Me wants to join the club, This is my first Intel build (was AMD for 6 years) , I took out the lower HD rack on my CM 690 II advanced, used the XSPC Rasa 750 RX240, bought some 2000 rmp fans, I had enough room in my case (which surprised me for Med sized) to do a push pull on the RAD.

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post #17438 of 107307
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Try some cable management and see if that helps your load temps. mellowsmiley.gif
Also looks like you don't have enough airflow inside the case which could be causing your temps to increase overall and contribute to the temp of your CPU. But that's just my initial thought on the matter. Someone else might see this differently. eh-smiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

No I think you nailed it, Air flow is very important IMO, especially when Oc'ing. That guy is probably losing 10c+ for cooling performance just on air flow.
@ Sorcha you probably are an expert on water cooling, that setup looks very custom and not amateur. So like you said it gets the job done, But ya I have to agree cable managment is important. But you do have a sweet little powerhouse there. Congrats

ps I think I saw some rust, or was that bad lighting tongue.gif
Edited by Bravo2010 - 2/13/12 at 6:48pm
 
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post #17439 of 107307
the only temps that are bad are the ones that are being water cooled, my north bridge and other components are fine they are not over heating, yeah i need to replace my pump, which will be as soon as all the parts turn up maybe next week. frown.gif

Anyway thank you for your concern.

Ashley
post #17440 of 107307
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Me wants to join the club, This is my first Intel build (was AMD for 6 years) , I took out the lower HD rack on my CM 690 II advanced, used the XSPC Rasa 750 RX240, bought some 2000 rmp fans, I had enough room in my case (which surprised me for Med sized) to do a push pull on the RAD.

congrats, you are member 1155; hope that is Sandybridge you have in there wink.gif
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