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post #3501 of 28251
my temps are great for a overclock..
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Ive just modded my nq3590. I reccon its the same pump as it is the same developer (Asetek). I have a 120 rad AND a 240 rad on the sameloop and pump. Looking forward to see the results later tonight
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With room temps at about 70F, im idling at 30C Me like.
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Sorry about that, missed it. I didn't happen to save the link/URL where I read it.. but I can try and google search again for it. I want to say I saw it posted on TomsHardware site somewhere, but, I really can't recall. I'll keep you updated when I find it again though. Also, if you hear back from Asetek, please let me know what they say, I'm very curious as well. Although, I'm afraid they might be slightly biased towards their direct product over the one that was outfitted for Corsair. Still, very interested in knowing. thanks!

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Originally Posted by jalyst View Post
Source please? I couldn't find anything that mentioned this.

I'm still wating on responses to questions I've put to NorthQ and Asetek.
I'll let you guys know what I find out...
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post #3505 of 28251
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Originally Posted by Garanthor View Post
Check this out, After closer review he is testing a asetek 240mm rad and pump unit. Performence is only very slightly more than the H50...problem seems to be not enough flow rate through the larger rad. I suspect the H50 pump would be faced with the same problem if you were to add-on a 240 mm rad to it...even a low resistance rad.
This was tested with the H50 and a 240rad lowered the temps by around 8c, but the pump failed after a few days...however it didn't fail until he tried adding a T-Line. and further mod it.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post7923510


http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/629298-mod-corsair-h50-240mm-radiator-9.html#post7935277

Edited by kyleax1 - 2/9/10 at 8:56am
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post #3506 of 28251
Quote:
Originally Posted by denn_is View Post
my temps are great for a overclock..
Thats very good

Quote:
Originally Posted by Maximous View Post
Ive just modded my nq3590. I reccon its the same pump as it is the same developer (Asetek). I have a 120 rad AND a 240 rad on the sameloop and pump. Looking forward to see the results later tonight
This sounds very promising, I had to wonder whether sexybastarts pump failed due to manhandling rather than just the extra strain. This is very encouraging, tempting to try my own mod...
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post #3507 of 28251
Quote:
Originally Posted by kyleax1 View Post
This was tested with the H50 and a 240rad lowered the temps by around 8c, but the pump failed after a few days...however it didn't fail until he tried adding a T-Line. and further mod it.

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post7923510


http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/629298-mod-corsair-h50-240mm-radiator-9.html#post7935277
The pump "seemed" to fail after he added both the 240 rad and the 120 rad.

The pump is really still working fine, he went on to add a res like mine.
Check the first link in my sig, mid way down.
post #3508 of 28251
Can I be added to the list? I just got mine today and it's up and running Runs 49*c under load with just a regular push setup with the stock fan. Pics will come as soon as I can find my camera.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post
The pump "seemed" to fail after he added both the 240 rad and the 120 rad.

The pump is really still working fine, he went on to add a res like mine.
Check the first link in my sig, mid way down.
yep... I worked it too hard it stopped pumping. I personally think that a large air bubble got stuck in the pump. But yeah the pump isn't strong enough for 360mm worth of radiator.

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anyways I have a Koolance 120mm radiator on its way to me. I got it used off a diff forum for $6 shipped

We shall see if it helps with temps since its a dual pass (dunno if the h50 rad is though) but still should be a fun little experiment.
post #3510 of 28251
Yo ALL!!!

And here is the finished product:


Ran prime for 1.5 hours, the same i ran with the old gear. Same setting: 3.81Ghz @ 1.512v. Same ambient 24c- idle:24c load 41c (old load was 52c). So YES Im damn HAPPY.

Could have done some of the tubing a little different, but what the heck. Im satisfied!!!

I recommend all with the nq3590 to do the same

Sorry for bad pics




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