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post #23301 of 105826
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Originally Posted by Aventadoor View Post

I'm wondering if I should do some changes to my loop!
Currently is is Tank/Pump > Radiator > Radiator > GPU > CPU > Radiator > Tank/Pump.
Im not 100% sure if I am satisfyed with the temps since I got 2x 480 (UT60 radiators) 1x 360 (Coolgate).
We're talking around 45-50c (stock GPU clocks) when gaming on hot days (around 25c in my room) with fans at 50% speed (AP-15s & NB 3HS). CPU temp max temp with Prime95 running is 73c @ 1,44V.
Should I expect better temps?
You can see most of my loop here:
2dt3q84.jpg

Your temps are pretty good. You may see miniscule changes in changing loop order so it really doesn't make sense to rearrange your loop for a fraction of a degree. Loop order has been discussed and I have even tested it with four gtx 480s biggrin.gif, so the most common answer it doesn't make a difference. The only thing that I would recommend is to place the pump after the reservoir so there's a steady supply of water/liquid to it.

Your temps are pretty good. The cpu at that speed and the temps seem to accurate. I would drop down your speed to help if this isn't your 24/7 setup. I'm currently set to 4.5 in auto voltage which maxes out ~1.295v and temps don't exceed 61c in a small loop. Your gpu temps are good. My old 6950s maxed out ~45c and ~55c @ 950mhz and unlocked to 6970s.
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I'd suggest making your own thread for this issue. Good choice on the case by the way.

Its a small question and I don't see a need to clutter the section if he can easily ask here when there are plenty of us who can help thumb.gif.
post #23302 of 105826
That is a really cool case , it can take a ton of rad and thats what counts , that mobo looks tiny and lonely in there , youll have to mount a couple ssd's on the flat area to the right just as filler haha .. clean rig man!
    
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post #23303 of 105826
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CPU Block: XSPC Rasa
Pump: DazMode branded PWM Laing DDC
Reservoir: Koolance 401X2 Single-bay pump/res combo
Radiators: XSPC RX120 and RX240
Tubing: Unknown Brand ½" ID from DazMode (there was none listed, so I emailed him and he said he had some left over from a DazMode Lab)
Fittings: On radiators/CPU - XSPC Black Chrome; On reservoir - Bitspower silver coated compression

The fans on the 240 are Enermax TB Silence and on the 120 is the red LED fan that came with the case - not that impressive.
However, the case fan I'm using is a PWM controlled GentleTyphoon GT AP-31. It shares the CPU's PWM signal with the pump. At idle its about 800-900RPM. When things get hot and heavy, it'll go up between 4000 and its rated 5400RPM. It moves air, y0.
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post #23304 of 105826
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569
CPU Block: XSPC Rasa
Pump: DazMode branded PWM Laing DDC
Reservoir: Koolance 401X2 Single-bay pump/res combo
Radiators: XSPC RX120 and RX240
Tubing: Unknown Brand ½" ID from DazMode (there was none listed, so I emailed him and he said he had some left over from a DazMode Lab)
Fittings: On radiators/CPU - XSPC Black Chrome; On reservoir - Bitspower silver coated compression
The fans on the 240 are Enermax TB Silence and on the 120 is the red LED fan that came with the case - not that impressive.
However, the case fan I'm using is a PWM controlled GentleTyphoon GT AP-31. It shares the CPU's PWM signal with the pump. At idle its about 800-900RPM. When things get hot and heavy, it'll go up between 4000 and its rated 5400RPM. It moves air, y0.

I like your rig, the colors work wonderful thumb.gif

Good work smile.gif
post #23305 of 105826
Those cables are tight!
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post #23307 of 105826
Quick question:
What are signs of a bad water block mount, specifically GPU water blocks?

I'm trying to rule out all possible options to determine if I have a dying card...sad-smiley-002.gif
post #23308 of 105826
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Quick question:
What are signs of a bad water block mount, specifically GPU water blocks?
I'm trying to rule out all possible options to determine if I have a dying card...sad-smiley-002.gif

I you are running on high temps,try reseating the block.Also check barbs/comp fittings for leaks
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post #23310 of 105826
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I you are running on high temps,try reseating the block.Also check barbs/comp fittings for leaks

Nah, my temps are great (never breaks 38C full load). I just can't get the damn thing to not crash...
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