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post #3111 of 28303
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Originally Posted by GAMERIG View Post
This is it! that is best configurations and settings.
Pump > Radiator > CPU Block > T-line/Reservoir > Pump

Yeah? Unfortunately, though, it doesn't apply to the H50, since the Pump & the Block are contained in a single unit
That's why I'm planning on setting it up:

Pump/Block Radiator Reservoir Pump/Block

Unless I hear why it's not a good idea first.
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Originally Posted by cyclometric View Post
Pump > Radiator > CPU Block > T-line/Reservoir > Pump

Yeah? Unfortunately, though, it doesn't apply to the H50, since the Pump & the Block are contained in a single unit
That's why I'm planning on setting it up:

Pump/Block Radiator Reservoir Pump/Block

Unless I hear why it's not a good idea first.
Ooops I did not pay attetion to read it carefully before post.. would you excuse me for that?

Edit: radiator > PUMP/W-BLOCK unit > Reservoir> radiator which is best configurations and settings.
Edited by GAMERIG - 2/3/10 at 7:24am
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Ooops I did not pay attetion to read it carefully before post.. would you excuse me for that?

Edit: radiator > PUMP/W-BLOCK unit > Reservoir> radiator which is best configurations and settings.
Yeah, I had read that, too, in WC guides, but why? Doesn't the liquid spend more time being hot that way, and heating up the rest of the fluid in the res, fresh off the CPU?
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well no, radiator is where the water is going to cool down teh most so you want that water to go straight to your water block, then to the resevoir where it can in theory cool down a little bit, then back to the radiator to cool off the most and the cycle continues
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Yeah, I had read that, too, in WC guides, but why? Doesn't the liquid spend more time being hot that way, and heating up the rest of the fluid in the res, fresh off the CPU?
For best performance, Pump>Res>Rad>Pump.

Water wont cool much in the res but it all helps.

If you get a glass of boiling water and have an ambient of 20'c, the water will cool faster from 100'c down to 80'c than 60'c to 40'c.

Thats the idea.
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can someone answer about if you should leave the top fill valve cap on or off on the res.
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If you get a glass of boiling water and have an ambient of 20'c, the water will cool faster from 100'c down to 80'c than 60'c to 40'c.
I think water will cool faster from 80'c to 60'c than from 100'c to 80'c because 80'c is already cooler than 100'c .
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I think water will cool faster from 80'c to 60'c than from 100'c to 80'c because 80'c is already cooler than 100'c .
What hes saying is that water will drop from 100 to 80 faster than from 80 to 60 if the whole thing started at 100, I.E. the first 20C takes X time, and the 2nd 20C takes 1._X times,

    
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can someone answer about if you should leave the top fill valve cap on or off on the res.
I cant see any reason to leave it off. If there is air in the system, it will just flow through till it hits the res, and its place will be taken by fluid from the res, so the level will drop, You are not really changing volume at all. The only Thing to consider is that air will change in volume due to heat much faster than water will, so if you do have a ton of air, you could end up pressurizing your system and cracking your res. So I would try to bleed off as much air as possible, and run the system, popping the cap and checking level and pressure intermittantly, but not necessarily run it full time like that.
    
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I am still in an intake setup, and have a cooler master fan with the stock corsair fan ..

today i have done a trial with the CM fan 2000RPM and an old ACE SAN Fan 38mm thick 2600RPM Japanies made , Both spining at full speed (u can imagine how r that very noisy)

And after 1 hour of loading by Prime95 , Ambient was 17'c and Temp of cores between 40-48' c & difference is only -2' c , so guys dont waste yr money & time for nothing by buying a powerfull and noisy fans .

I'll try later the exhoust setup ..
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