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Fugan, can you share your temps again? What temps are you looking at per prime, F@H or whatever, at different clocks? Aswell as a before/after estimate again on the rad stand?
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Ambient is around 24c, It's usually hotter up here though.
Modest 4.4Ghz clock, folding a 8049 SMP Wu.
Ignore the minimum, turned on realtemp as I was F@H. Idle is around 30c.
2700k runs a good 10c hotter @ 4.6Ghz with a rather minor vcore increase

Those are good temps while folding. I get about the same thing unless it starts getting hot outside. Funny thing about those 8000 series units is I get readings all over the board and for some reason they make my GPU temps appear to run around 10c hotter when I'm just using the CPU to fold.
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I just ordered a few Monstas biggrin.gif
Glad i could help.. wink.gifbiggrin.gif Hey and Thanks Again for Those.. thumb.gif
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regarding Monsta rads, what would be better? a 120 Monsta or a XSPC EX 240 ? (fans would be Corsair SP120 QE / PE with reducer or controlled)
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Glad i could help.. wink.gifbiggrin.gif Hey and Thanks Again for Those.. thumb.gif

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regarding Monsta rads, what would be better? a 120 Monsta or a XSPC EX 240 ? (fans would be Corsair SP120 QE / PE with reducer or controlled)

35mm vs 86mm. The Monsta is still a bit bigger. Keep in mind you'll have to account for 25mm of fan on the Monsta, so that will take you to ~111mm. Push/pull you're approaching ~136mm. Its thick, make sure you have the space for it thumb.gif
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Just paranoid smile.gif
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You're just being paranoid smile.gif I have dual D5S pumps in serial running at 24V and I can't feel the flow.
Those temps are a tad high for being at stock and is probably either related to the TIM/mount or airflow in the case. Even with WC'ing airflow in a case can still be a slight factor.
Ok then definitely just paranoid, thanks tongue.gif.

Well if those noctua fans shouldn't be used on rads / aren't meant for rads could that explain higher temps ?

the TIM is Ceramic 2 (couldn't afford any and all I had was overpriced CM rubbish left overs and an empty NT-H1 syringe). I used the Rice grain method (and added two tiny dots on each side of it, looked like a "christian" cross, no offense, I don't know the proper word and couldn't explain it). The Block is finger tight.

I'm glad nobody came up with "you might have air in your loop" btw. Because there is no way I do. The loop ran externally for half a day and I moved everything several times in every possible way to get every last bubble out and once I put it all in the case I tilted it to be sure and all).

EDIT: this is how my fans are set now (no filter on the front one any more btw)


EDIT2: Just downlaod RealTemp and look at the temps reported by HWMonitor Pro and RealTemp simultaneously Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I always trusted HWMonitor...

Apologies if I have this wrong but that rear fan is not Intaking. It's Exhausting. wink.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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You didn't notice how there was a dust filter on the front fan when I said it was exhausting though wink.gif (it would be pretty silly to trap the dust inside of the case).

Oh ! I finally understood how that bottom to top rad tube got so tight when I'd planned everything right ! Thing is there was a 45° fitting there when I took the measurements for the tubing. I somehow hadn't noticed that with a straight fitting on the top rad (to cpu) it wouldn't work. When I put it all in that hose was as kinked as possible so I took the bottom 45° and put it up there. That's how the bottom rad ended up with a straight fitting and the tubing too tight.
(Really happy I figured that out, it's been bugging me forever).

I'd just swap it out for the spare 45° I'd ordered just in case I needed more angles than I thought but that's a full bottle of mayhems concentrated blue berry pastel and a full bottle of blue dye. I wouldn't waste that even if I could afford it so I've got to rinse a jug or something with DI water and poor the coolant into it and then change the fitting as quick as possible so the coolant doesn't get contaminated by anything.
Oh and I'd have to take the CPU block off and all (unless you guys see a way of draining my loop without moving anything else but the res ?). So that's too much hustle for a Sunday wink.gif

Actually they are the blind eyes of an anal retentive OCD'er. But thanks for the compliments. thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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Well thought I'd finally post up photos of my near complete build. All that remains now is a backplate I've been working on with Dwood and I'm thinking about changing to gigabyte orange mayhem's pastel to match the orange bits on the cougar fans. Thoughts? Opinions? All are welcome





Be kind, this is my first build ever (watercooled or otherwise) that I've ever built from the ground up myself, pretty proud of it tbh biggrin.gif
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biggrin.gif Thanks thumb.gif.
35mm vs 86mm. The Monsta is still a bit bigger. Keep in mind you'll have to account for 25mm of fan on the Monsta, so that will take you to ~111mm. Push/pull you're approaching ~136mm. Its thick, make sure you have the space for it thumb.gif

i mean what is better performance wise?
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i mean what is better performance wise?
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Info about the Monsta radiators:
The Monsta radiators, with a thickness of 80mm, are the first of their size on the market. Hence we were just as keen on finding out how they perform as the independent reviewers!
The tests show that it has significantly increased flow rates than thinner radiators. The cooling performance increased greatly with increased fan speed. Sounds normal, but this radiator shows a different performance profile than standard radiators: At 500rpm the Monsta is slightly better than its 60mm brother, but with increasing fan speed the difference increases: At 800rpm the Monsta already performs much better, and at 1200rpm a Monsta radiator is performing almost as well as a 60mm thick radiator with one fan more, at the same fan speed!
This is truly amazing, and all that at this affordable price!

Source


According to alphacool, its better than the UT60 (which is one of the best rads out there).

Paired with a great fan, should be better than the ex240 imho.
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Well thought I'd finally post up photos of my near complete build. All that remains now is a backplate I've been working on with Dwood and I'm thinking about changing to gigabyte orange mayhem's pastel to match the orange bits on the cougar fans. Thoughts? Opinions? All are welcome
Be kind, this is my first build ever (watercooled or otherwise) that I've ever built from the ground up myself, pretty proud of it tbh biggrin.gif

Nice and clean I like it.. One thing though.. Is that tube touching there? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
And no Orange for you.. Its my new color.. biggrin.gif
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