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What no more Pink? I am not sure of gender any more...
you mean i forgot, thanks, not quite used to doing colors yet
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Alright Guys what do you think of this? I'm toying around with the idea of murderalizing two H50s in the name of Science.

I've got a TEC sitting around that I want to utilize in cooling, but it's not powerful enough to cool directly. I would love to use it just to remove about 45-50w of heat from a loop, so tell me what you guys think:

CPU > Rad1 > Rad 2 > (optional reservoir) > H50 pump/block mounted to the cold side of TEC > CPU.

Of course I don't expect sub zero temps or anything like that, but I do think it'd help to chill the water before it hits the CPU.

Thoughts?
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The water temperature after it comes out of a GPU water block will only be around 0.4-1'c warmer than when it when it went in. Also, if you think about it, if you split the flow in half, theres only half the amount of water going threw the blocks.

I'd use the H50 parts and save up for a waterblock for the CPU.

Then run the loop: Rad>CPU>(possible Rad)>GPU>GPU>Res>Pump>Rad

Notice that even people with highly overclocked i7's and super highend cards run their loops like that.
Is this do to the water's properties for thermoconductivity or is something you have measured. Of the three setups I have seen all had an elevated temp on the second card more than the .4-1c that you have described. Now granted there are many things that could have played a role such as poor TIM applications, bad card, and the fact that they were different setups and different hardware etc.. but both were relativly warmer than the first. It seemed to me that the water moving through the second lost some potential for cooling. The energy transferred doesn't get released therefore some heat transfer can occur from the water to the block itself in reverse to what is desired. Inherantly this raises gpu temps because the cooling properties of the water have been changed. However if you follow the rules of thermoconductivity energy will always heat up a cooler object. It never flows from cold to hot(Relatively speaking of course) always hot to cold. So if the GPU block has a higher temperature(which it should because you have a constant flow of water) it would never transfer backwards. (Sorry just talking this out amongst myselves.)

I may be wrong and I must take your word as I have not done any testing nor do I have any experience with GPU water cooling. You seem to be very knowledgable so I will try the two seperate loops. Do you suggest two completely seperate or could I use a y splitter for cpu and gpu. This would also shorten my run of tubing so the pump would be more efficient.
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Alright Guys what do you think of this? I'm toying around with the idea of murderalizing two H50s in the name of Science.

I've got a TEC sitting around that I want to utilize in cooling, but it's not powerful enough to cool directly. I would love to use it just to remove about 45-50w of heat from a loop, so tell me what you guys think:

CPU > Rad1 > Rad 2 > (optional reservoir) > H50 pump/block mounted to the cold side of TEC > CPU.

Of course I don't expect sub zero temps or anything like that, but I do think it'd help to chill the water before it hits the CPU.

Thoughts?
Don't you still need some sort of heat removal on the hot side? Dont think the H50 base would be the best way to cool the loop... its worth a shot though... water can absorb heat lot better then cold.
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Not really. Because niether of the two parts of the H50, the Rad and block are made for anywhere near 700 LPH. More like 100 tops. They are both very high restriction. Try blowing air though the Rad or block and you will see what I mean.
I didn't think about it that way. The restriction from the 1/4" setup is the limiting factor not to mention the pump parts from the h50.
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Don't you still need some sort of heat removal on the hot side? Dont think the H50 base would be the best way to cool the loop... its worth a shot though... water can absorb heat lot better then cold.
Got that handled, check out this grundle heatsync

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Anyone had/heard the differences in the Cooler Master R4 2000 RPM 90 CFM fan vs a Scythe GentleTyphoon 1850 RPM 58 CFM fan and have some comments on which is quieter? Or if they are close in sound levels I would take it the CM would be the way to go?

One more question the Cooler Master R4's I see all but the smoke one have LED's is it hard to disable them?
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LOL... Why do I get the felling PCSarge is setting us up? I just know in a weeks time he will put up a real picture of himself that is a bit over weight in the basement with a large cherry slurpee and Cheetos all over the place?
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Yeah, just make sure you get rid of that fold in the pipe. It's probably restricted water flow a lot and bad for the health of the unit.
Got the kink out and let it run for a little while idled to see if there was any difference and didn't even reduce it by a degree. I sent a support ticket into Corsair and they suggest I RMA the thing for a faulty pump .... but decided to go with a Thermalright Venomous to go back to air cooling since we had one sitting at work that I could pickup on the spot.
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