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Maybe someone could give me some advices on reservoirs and loop configuration? smile.gif I decided to join this club too smile.gif
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Maybe someone could give me some advices on reservoirs and loop configuration? smile.gif I decided to join this club too smile.gif
Your first loop?
the rule of thumb for me would be:
1. Dont run the pump dry, pump always come after the reservoir
2. Plan ahead and do some research
3. 120 radiator for each component you are cooling plus another 120 for extra, ie a CPU + a graphic need at least 360 rad (for me though)

choose the reservoir that fits in your budget and looks good in your opinion smile.gif
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Btw can anyone tell me whether a 3/4ID 5/8OD tube is better than 3/4ID 1/2OD tube in term of bending/kink resistance?
I've to use 3/4ID tube since I'm planning to use the fusion thermo on my motherboard, currently using the 1/2OD tube
If there isnt much difference on the kink resistance might aswell stick with the current 1/2OD and save some bucks or spend it on other components biggrin.gif
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Your first loop?
the rule of thumb for me would be:
1. Dont run the pump dry, pump always come after the reservoir
2. Plan ahead and do some research
3. 120 radiator for each component you are cooling plus another 120 for extra, ie a CPU + a graphic need at least 360 rad (for me though)

choose the reservoir that fits in your budget and looks good in your opinion smile.gif

Thanks thumb.gif but i think i did most of the homework on this smile.gif whats left is to choose proper reservioir and to do something with loop config before all parts arrive smile.gif whats is on my mind is that how to mount a reservoir if im using apogee drive smile.gif i know that reservoir must be in higher position than pump, but what to do with this if i cant use 3.5 bay res or other bay res smile.gif im kinda stuck with tube reservoirs because of custom case design smile.gif
post #35385 of 105800
You could just run the pump when the case is upsidedown to get water to the pump unless your case is massive, or or with a swiftech res if you dont mind the looks of it, it basically mounts anywhere. If that doesnt work then last resort could be buying a swiftech rad with a res in it and installing it above your pump
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You could just run the pump when the case is upsidedown to get water to the pump unless your case is massive, or or with a swiftech res if you dont mind the looks of it, it basically mounts anywhere. If that doesnt work then last resort could be buying a swiftech rad with a res in it and installing it above your pump

But if i could manage to mount tube res in horizontal position somewhere at the rad or just run it outside case somewhere in rear panel? smile.gif that might work out too?
post #35387 of 105800
As long as it feeds into the pump via gravity sure!
post #35388 of 105800
Hey guys, do you think 540mm worth of rad space is enough to cool down 2x GTX680 and i7 3930k @ 4.6GHz? While gaming the CPU never breaks above 70ºC and the GPU's never break above ~48ºC with a heavy overclock, this is with both cards at 99% usage. If I just run Prime 95 on the CPU and idle the cards it never reaches above 65ºC. In Folding@Home however, since everything is at 100% usage, it does get a bit toasty, cards go as high as 56ºC on hot nights and CPU goes as high as 78ºC.

I did try adding an extra 120mm rad I had laying around, but it didn't really do anything, so I guess this 540mm rad is still more than enough for my loop?

PS: If it helps, my 3930k is a poor clocker, needs 1.4v for 4.6GHz, but I can't complain since I got it VERY cheap from a friend. tongue.gif
    
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As long as it feeds into the pump via gravity sure!

Thanks then thumb.gif
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Hey guys, do you think 540mm worth of rad space is enough to cool down 2x GTX680 and i7 3930k @ 4.6GHz? While gaming the CPU never breaks above 70ºC and the GPU's never break above ~48ºC with a heavy overclock, this is with both cards at 99% usage. If I just run Prime 95 on the CPU and idle the cards it never reaches above 65ºC. In Folding@Home however, since everything is at 100% usage, it does get a bit toasty, cards go as high as 56ºC on hot nights and CPU goes as high as 78ºC.

I did try adding an extra 120mm rad I had laying around, but it didn't really do anything, so I guess this 540mm rad is still more than enough for my loop?

PS: If it helps, my 3930k is a poor clocker, needs 1.4v for 4.6GHz, but I can't complain since I got it VERY cheap from a friend. tongue.gif

Im confused, why are you asking us if we think its enough read space, when you already have that all installed lol, is your rad in push/pull or only push?

I got a 690@stock speeds, and 3930k @4Ghz with two black ice 240 rads, ones a stealth and they got ap15s in push/pull and my 690 doesn't go over 38degrees while gaming, and my 3930k stays around 40 while gaming
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