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That explains why my liquid temp is at 40c. Here in India the temp throughout the day is around 35c-38c. So the cooler the liquid temp, the better????
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That explains why my liquid temp is at 40c. Here in India the temp throughout the day is around 35c-38c. So the cooler the liquid temp, the better????
Yes,this is the basic mechanics of watercooling,the liquid acts as a heat transfer medium,the cooler the liquid,the better the heat carrying capacity of the fluid.
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On an average what liquid temp is said to be a good liquid temp?? Sorry for all the questions. I'm a noob when it comes to liquid cooling.
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That explains why my liquid temp is at 40c. Here in India the temp throughout the day is around 35c-38c. So the cooler the liquid temp, the better????

The cooler the air temp the better, remember the water is being cooled by the air. The water is only a carrier for the heat and if the air temp is high, your water temp will be higher.

As you say, water cooling bits are hard to get hold of in India. If you have air conditioning in your place, you might want to move your PC closer to the outlet. Unfortunately with ambient air temp at 35-38c keeping your PC cool is not going to be an easy job. No matter how many rads or fans you have.
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That totally sucks. Thanks though. Guess I will have to wait for wnter as temps drop as low as 10c.
Is there any way of re-filling the coolant???
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On an average what liquid temp is said to be a good liquid temp?? Sorry for all the questions. I'm a noob when it comes to liquid cooling.

Anything below your CPU's thermal cut out is good for me. I live in northern England so air temps aren't a big concern for most of the year. My rig at present is an overclocked 4770k with a R9 290x. Running a 4.8 GHz over clock on the CPU and a mild under clock on the GPU. My temps are usually 10-15c higher than ambient.

A milder over clock of 4.2GHz see's the temps at around 8-12c above ambient.

As far as I know the all in one coolers like yours are all sealed units.

I got a load of good benchmarking done over winter to help keep things a few degrees cooler. Now the temps are warming up. 14c in the UK basically means break out the shorts and sunnies, summer is here.
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That totally sucks. Thanks though. Guess I will have to wait for wnter as temps drop as low as 10c.
Is there any way of re-filling the coolant???

Depends on how you build it wink.gif

Most try to put in a drain line to really remove fluid and use reservoirs to fill.

Depending on fluid, you have to change it more or less often. Mayhem pastel can stay in your system for 1-2 years (sometimes more) without issue. Other fluids may last about 1yr and others closer to 6mo.
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Depends on how you build it wink.gif

Most try to put in a drain line to really remove fluid and use reservoirs to fill.

Depending on fluid, you have to change it more or less often. Mayhem pastel can stay in your system for 1-2 years (sometimes more) without issue. Other fluids may last about 1yr and others closer to 6mo.

How do you"put in a drain line" into a CLC? The person posting question said he just picked up a CLC as custom water cooling where he is at is almost non-existent...
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How do you"put in a drain line" into a CLC? The person posting question said he just picked up a CLC as custom water cooling where he is at is almost non-existent...

Magic? Or some sizzors...kinda destructive tho

I skimmed over that it was clc, my bad. In that case, you don't drain or do anything with the fluid.
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Magic? Or some sizzors...kinda destructive tho

I skimmed over that it was clc, my bad. In that case, you don't drain or do anything with the fluid.

I figured that was what happened, lol. I do that all the time.
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