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new rig coming up..

crappy pic from my lumia 800 phone...

Still alot of work that needs to be done, this is just a test fitting..

- gpu block
- sleeve cables from pump, fan controller and 5mm led.

- drill out hole for plexiglass / acrylic

- 4 x 45 degree rotaries
-1x 30 degree rotary and a bitspower drain valve smile.gif

The case is an Arc mini smile.gif, and yes thats a 60 mm thick rad smile.gif
 
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Originally Posted by cre8ive65 View Post

Do you think that a 360mm rad is enough for 2 7970's @ 1.2Ghz + 3570k @ 4.6GHz?

In regards to the 1 120mm per component, I think it should be mentioned that it does matter the thickness, type and speed of fans, push/pull etc. Im not going to pretend I know a lot about this, but when I had a phenom II 955 and two 6950s in my loop with 1 360mm black ice rad (non extreme) and 1500 rpm enermax fans in push on the rad, I was hitting around 60C while benching. Granted the 955 was at 1.55 volts and 4.4Ghz, and the 6950s were @950 on 1.25 volts, but I think that assuming you will get mid 40 max temps like some of these other people on 120mm rad space per component is not correct IMO, depending on OC, heat output of cards/proc etc. Also, I think people should specify what "good enough" means when they ask for rad suggestions, people have varying expectations with that as well.

Just my experience. smile.gif
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APOGEE-DRIVE-IIx600.jpg
I have a few questions about the swiftech apogee drive ii, can you chose which port is the inlet and which is the outlet or it only works one way? and secondly how would you fill your loop if you had your res on the opposite side of the loop (res at the bottom of the case, apogee at the top of the case) ??
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Is anyone updating the google spreadsheet? It hasn't been updated for almost two weeks(just noticed I'm not in there smile.gif )...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by zdude View Post

delta is the diffrence in temp between coolant and ambient
I determine my coolant temp by taking my inital idle temps (on a cold boot after being off for ~14hours (my loop has 4 gallons in it) then subtract that off of your idle temps immediatly after 2-3 hours of P95/Haven and there you go.
I can't use a thicker Rad because that is all I have room for in my case frown.gif

lol @ 4 gallons
post #25346 of 106457
And it grows..almost done buying the cooling
parts i need for my next build..ordering a RX480 rad
tomorrow then all i need is the CPU block.
not sure which way i'm gonna have my loop flow
so i made 2 options for now..not sure which
one would be more beneficial.any ideas?



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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Okay I'm gonna azx a stoopid question, but Deltas are Idle with no fans? mellowsmiley.gif

I never use the term and before I start using it I want to be sure I've got the idea. wink.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

delta is the diffrence in temp between coolant and ambient

I determine my coolant temp by taking my inital idle temps (on a cold boot after being off for ~14hours (my loop has 4 gallons in it) then subtract that off of your idle temps immediatly after 2-3 hours of P95/Haven and there you go.

I can't use a thicker Rad because that is all I have room for in my case frown.gif

I've got room for a thicker Radiator but I didn't want to fill the only plexi window I got with 3 fans and a thick bodied Radiater. biggrin.gif

You meant 4L right? 4 Gallons is quite insane unless you have a 5 gallon bucket Reservoir hanging off the back of the case. mellowsmiley.gif
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Thats plenty,the rule of thumb is 120 per block then an extra 120 on top,this is plenty for most rigs.

dont want to seem like im contradicting , I use the same rule of thumb you just described and that would put him 120 short , it would be enough but just enough and not the coolest he could get his things .. I ran my 2 x 570s and an i7 960 @ 4.3 with just a 360 and couldnt believe the difference when I added my 240 .. Glad to see other people using the same rule , 120 per block plus a spare 120 for better temps and lower fan speeds .

I'm happy I'm running a 360 for my mainboard and CPU blocks. I hope I can drop a 140 or 180 in for the GPU/XFire setup to keep things on the chilly side. cool.gif

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Originally Posted by simonfredette View Post

ya I dont know about 16 litres , thats literally the size if a mid case , like grab a haf x and fill it with water and you have 4 gallons lol
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Quote:
Originally Posted by zdude View Post

delta is the diffrence in temp between coolant and ambient
I determine my coolant temp by taking my inital idle temps (on a cold boot after being off for ~14hours (my loop has 4 gallons in it) then subtract that off of your idle temps immediatly after 2-3 hours of P95/Haven and there you go.
I can't use a thicker Rad because that is all I have room for in my case frown.gif

lol @ 4 gallons

I am relatively sure he meant 4 liters. wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
APOGEE-DRIVE-IIx600.jpg
I have a few questions about the swiftech apogee drive ii, can you chose which port is the inlet and which is the outlet or it only works one way? and secondly how would you fill your loop if you had your res on the opposite side of the loop (res at the bottom of the case, apogee at the top of the case) ??

It's setup only one way but all you need to do is mount the block the direction you want the flow to go. In being the side closest to your Res and out the side closest to your Radiator or next stop in the loop. wink.gif

My only issue with that block setup is added heat from the pump. Is it going to be a minimal increase(likely) and does it flow into the block or does it draw out through the block expelling the heat away from the CPU. thinking.gif

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Originally Posted by LuckyNumber13 View Post

And it grows..almost done buying the cooling
parts i need for my next build..ordering a RX480 rad
tomorrow then all i need is the CPU block.
not sure which way i'm gonna have my loop flow
so i made 2 options for now..not sure which
one would be more beneficial.any ideas? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Go with this one but I would suggest flowing this direction...

Res > Pump >RAM > CPU > Radiator > GPU > Radiator > Res

That's how I have mine set up other than the 2nd Radiator. The temp will even out, but it should be slightly cooler running it in this configuration. wink.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 8/9/12 at 4:23pm
 
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Is anyone updating the google spreadsheet? It hasn't been updated for almost two weeks(just noticed I'm not in there smile.gif )...

i was updating this morning,still have a some pics to do. Be patient
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Quote:
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And it grows..almost done buying the cooling
parts i need for my next build..ordering a RX480 rad
tomorrow then all i need is the CPU block.
not sure which way i'm gonna have my loop flow
so i made 2 options for now..not sure which
one would be more beneficial.any ideas? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Go with this one but I would suggest flowing this direction...

Res > Pump >RAM > CPU > Radiator > GPU > Radiator > Res

That's how I have mine set up other than the 2nd Radiator. The temp will even out, but it should be slightly cooler running it in this configuration. wink.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Where you keep the radiators in the loop will not make any sort of noticeable difference in temperatures. Tube it which ever way gives you the shortest loop.
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Bought a closed loop system. Would have loved to kept my Silver Arrow but its suffocating my top gpu. Pics when it arrives thumb.gif
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