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Here's my first completed water cooled build. It's a D-Frame Mini powder coated white. The green is actually going to be traded out for Mayhem's Blue Berry soon(tm). Figured you guys might like it. I'm happy with it so far!





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Here's my first completed water cooled build. It's a D-Frame Mini powder coated white. The green is actually going to be traded out for Mayhem's Blue Berry soon(tm). Figured you guys might like it. I'm happy with it so far!


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I do love a DFM.

Good job.
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Here's my first completed water cooled build. It's a D-Frame Mini powder coated white. The green is actually going to be traded out for Mayhem's Blue Berry soon(tm). Figured you guys might like it. I'm happy with it so far!
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Looks amazing! Would love to see it with the Blue Berry!
    
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So I'm trying to lower my temps for my two Titan X's. I have an RX360, RX240, and a 560GTS. Would a 560 drop me several degrees, or would I need two more 560's? What's a good rad for that? Maybe am AX560? I'll be using EK vardar 140's.
    
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So I'm trying to lower my temps for my two Titan X's. I have an RX360, RX240, and a 560GTS. Would a 560 drop me several degrees, or would I need two more 560's? What's a good rad for that? Maybe am AX560? I'll be using EK vardar 140's.

Before you add more rads, make sure that heat dissipation is the problem to begin with. Do you have a temperature sensor in the loop? I ask because your coolant temps may well be close to ambient, but a bad mount on the GPU blocks would explain high GPU core temps. If your coolant temps are also high, then yeah having more radiators and fans may well help. I am just not sure that is the case here given what you already have.
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Before you add more rads, make sure that heat dissipation is the problem to begin with. Do you have a temperature sensor in the loop? I ask because your coolant temps may well be close to ambient, but a bad mount on the GPU blocks would explain high GPU core temps. If your coolant temps are also high, then yeah having more radiators and fans may well help. I am just not sure that is the case here given what you already have.
Depending on the situation, water temps can reach a max of 35c maybe 36, 37c.

Does that sound about right to you?
    
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Depending on the situation, water temps can reach a max of 35c maybe 36, 37c.

Does that sound about right to you?

VSG is correct. Your water temps however don't mean anything unless you give the ambient temp too. If you have a 360+240+560 on the gpu loop for two TitansX my bet is that you average delta (water temp - ambient temp) should be around 4-5 degrees C. But we need all that information to known (including card temps, water temps and ambient temps). In any case I doubt you need more rad space. That is plenty.
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VSG is correct. Your water temps however don't mean anything unless you give the ambient temp too. If you have a 360+240+560 on the gpu loop for two TitansX my bet is that you average delta (water temp - ambient temp) should be around 4-5 degrees C. But we need all that information to known (including card temps, water temps and ambient temps). In any case I doubt you need more rad space. That is plenty.
My ambient temps are normally 20-22c. Card temps normally reach 50-56c when in pushing1.237 or 1.274v. I run my vardars at 1500-1600 when the card temps reach 50c
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post #94279 of 106462
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My ambient temps are normally 20-22c. Card temps normally reach 50-56c when in pushing1.237 or 1.274v. I run my vardars at 1500-1600 when the card temps reach 50c

something is off here. If you ambient is 20-22 and water reaches 37 that means a difference of almost 15 C between water and ambient. I have exactly the same dual cards with less radiator space (1x240 and 1x480 using GTs at 600-700 rpm up to 4 degrees delta and 1000 rpm above 4 C) and under game delta (ambient-water) never exceeds 4-5 C. Do you have a flow meter? Pumps are at what setting? it almost seems like a bent tube or blockage somewhere in the loop.
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My ambient temps are normally 20-22c. Card temps normally reach 50-56c when in pushing1.237 or 1.274v. I run my vardars at 1500-1600 when the card temps reach 50c

Ok so that's ~15 ºC between your coolant and ambient which is a lot more than I would have expected. I don't suppose you know the flowrate in the loop? What are your fan speeds generally?

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