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post #94721 of 106104
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Originally Posted by Questors View Post


EK is claiming their ZMT soft tubing has no fluid loss through the tube. I am not a tube material expert, so I submit this for those who may dispute the claim.
https://www.ekwb.com/news/ek-releases-new-ek-tube-zmt-soft-tube-for-liquid-cooling/

As much as I wish that was true, it's BS marketing. I had Predator for months(Which uses the same Tubing). It has loss some fluid (Not due to the leak recall).
post #94722 of 106104
I just installed ek dual water pumps and when I try to get into the operating system I get a CPU fan error even though both my PWM show 4800 on the CPU and fan header side. Anyone point me in the right direction of how to get into my operating system?
post #94723 of 106104
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

I just installed ek dual water pumps and when I try to get into the operating system I get a CPU fan error even though both my PWM show 4800 on the CPU and fan header side. Anyone point me in the right direction of how to get into my operating system?

If you overclock anything I would reset all the value to their default settings and see if you can get in that way. I would also re-check everything in the bios.

Their are times bios settings can get screwed up.
post #94724 of 106104
I been having the same issue the past few days, the first time it happened I got the cpu fan error and my temps started to rise slowly. I reset the pump
and cpu header plug and it worked until I rebooted later on that day. I got the cpu fan error but was getting reading in the bios of the pump working and the temps were fine. seems to happen every other bootup.
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Originally Posted by Questors View Post


EK is claiming their ZMT soft tubing has no fluid loss through the tube. I am not a tube material expert, so I submit this for those who may dispute the claim.
https://www.ekwb.com/news/ek-releases-new-ek-tube-zmt-soft-tube-for-liquid-cooling/

As much as I wish that was true, it's BS marketing. I had Predator for months(Which uses the same Tubing). It has loss some fluid (Not due to the leak recall).

Yeah I'm uncertain to the validity of that claim but I would assume that anything porous would allow evaporation to occur. Although ZMT is rubber so far as I am aware and being old, I remember when fuel lines would be wet at the fitting but dry over the length of the fuel line. So, maybe they're basing their claims off ancient tech applied to newer tech. I dunno. thinking.gif

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post #94726 of 106104
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Finally some GOOD NEWS!



Water temps are now a max of 31c (I also haven't turned on my 560 rads, so temps should drop even more), and my Titans X are a max of 40c.

I'm so dang happy now.

So what was the cause of your high water temperature?
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Yikes that case is ugly. I'm watching TTLogan review it and I can't pay attention to what he's saying about the specs. It looks like an egg with racing stripes. eek.gif

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Should I just kick you in the shin for the comment biggrin.gif, LOL
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post #94728 of 106104
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Yikes that case is ugly. I'm watching TTLogan review it and I can't pay attention to what he's saying about the specs. It looks like an egg with racing stripes. eek.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Should I just kick you in the shin for the comment biggrin.gif, LOL

You're moar than welcome. But beauty is in the eye of the beholder and that thing while nicely cobbled together internally, just would never fit in my house. So I won't judge anyone for owning one or liking them. I actually had a flashback to when I was a kid watching...



Shozbat! doh.gif


Hehehe. tongue.gif

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post #94729 of 106104
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So what was the cause of your high water temperature?
Well the water temps decided to go up. The highest I've seen so far is 35c. That's still a 13-14c delta, but a lot better than the 17c delta. While water temps are up, my GPU temps are way down. I dropped almost 20c in GPU temps, which is weird because my water temps are so high. Idk if it's the new thermal paste or what. Last time I reseated the block, my temps were the same. Looks like I'll be using kyronaut for now on.

Now GPU temps are what I was looking for. As for water temps, I'm going to later test the temps in the bottom compartment, and still get a fan to blow some of the hot air out.
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post #94730 of 106104
Question, if i buy a cap for my res that has two g1/4, can i use that to fill and drain?


Or what else do i need to buy? I have a vertical bracket for the pump and res, that comes with anti vibration pads. The pads have 4 circles that match the bottom of the bracket/feet. Am i suppouse to screw that into my case?
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