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It's all about the humidity. Actual temperature is somewhere in the mid- high-30s, but the humidity boosts it into the 40s. You can pretty well drink the air it's so humid. Last year I was in a stuffy basement apartment with no air conditioning, pretty well had to shut off my computer for the entire summer. For a country known for its winters, Toronto summers are brutal. My family's actually in British Columbia (in the interior). Beautiful province, and Vancouver's a great city. Hope to move out there myself one day.

Yeah I am from BC originally, but now I've hung my hat in Calgary. So far the hottest day here this year was a roasting 37... my PC didn't like that at all... idling in the 60s.
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post #10882 of 18115
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55°C that is actually not bad at all, of course it isn't overclocked so i can't say how good those temps are since it's been a while since i've not had an overclock. If it doesn't go higher than that which i doubt it actually will because when i use Prime the temps skyrocket pretty much instantly and they don't change a whole lot after that, the highest i've had on my 2500K was 77°C at 4.6ghz and 1.32V on air.

A good watercooler should easily give you 20°C less heat over air, so i would get mid 50's on a high overclock. So your cpu is definitely a bit hotter than it should be (albeit not much at all since it's Ivy they do get hotter than Sandy) and honestly since it's only a ~10-15°C change from idle to load i don't see anything major at all. thumb.gif

Temps stayed the same, but I'm still gonna clean everything and reapply the tim, probably tonight.

post #10883 of 18115
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Well, it took one dead power supply and several dead sticks of memory, but I've finally managed to assemble my new build. Gotta say I'm really happy with the result, and the case was great to build in (second time building a computer for me). I've lurked this thread for quite a while admiring all the awesome builds and picking up tips and ideas. thumb.gif Please excuse the crappy cell pictures — no money for a camera, spent it all on the computer. redface.gif
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Oh my gosh, that is gorgeous! Everything matches so well. I think yours is my favorite black and white build I've seen.
post #10884 of 18115
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One thing I thought... I should start right away in buying the watercooling gear little by little, even if I can't use any... That way it'll get me pumped into continuing the purchases to get all the gear instead of being tempted in spending money on other stuff... like about 80€ in the Steam Summer sale games rolleyes.gif

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You do realize that now you have me looking at watercooling equipment!
I would love to just try it out and start with the cpu and then next year when I get a better gpu do the gpu too, but again soo much money tongue.gif
Plus if I would do watercooling, I would need a solution that needs no cutting in my case.
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You do realize that now you have me looking at watercooling equipment!
I would love to just try it out and start with the cpu and then next year when I get a better gpu do the gpu too, but again soo much money tongue.gif
Plus if I would do watercooling, I would need a solution that needs no cutting in my case.

I've thought about watercooling the 600T as well, and I've given it a very thorough research on parts and number of rads without any modding to the case.

Heres some of it:
1x240mm Rad in the top with pull exhaust(no Push due to, as we all know, the space...)
1x200mm Rad in the front in push pull after removing the drive cage
The rest is basically the same, res, pump, blocks and tubings etc.

If you refer to a few pages back when I asked the very same question about watercooling the 600T, some people linked a build by Singularity Computers on youtube showing a similiar build in a 650D, which is basically the same as a 600T interior but different outer casing(minus the spacing on the top 240 rad).

Heres a look: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGtZiPQ8z8w
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xt6SqfCLPiM
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Thanks! I'll have a look and see how much money I would need to spent!
post #10887 of 18115
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You do realize that now you have me looking at watercooling equipment!
I would love to just try it out and start with the cpu and then next year when I get a better gpu do the gpu too, but again soo much money tongue.gif
Plus if I would do watercooling, I would need a solution that needs no cutting in my case.

Common -SpArkLeS-, embrace the modder within.. you know you want too.

Anyway you could always put a 240 up top and a 400 in the front with no cutting.. only removal of a couple rivets thumb.gif
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post #10888 of 18115
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Thanks! I'll have a look and see how much money I would need to spent!
I swear you are trying to fine every excuse to spend money....lol...if I wasnt so chicken sh&t I would seriously try a custom loop on my cpu and g/cards....
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post #10889 of 18115
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Thanks! I'll have a look and see how much money I would need to spent!

A rough idea of the brand of the rads and etc. I would buy: XSPC 240mm rad, Phobya 200mm rad, EK Supremacy Universal CPU block, D5 pump, Frozen Q res, UV Red tubing (OD/ID not sure yet), and probably Bitspower fittings. Coolant would be the simplest, distilled water...with a Silver Kill Coil in the res to prevent algae growth. Anyone here experienced with custom loops mind giving some input on my chosen parts?
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Bahaahaa I know but it might be alot of talk and not so much doing. I've put some things in the shopping basket (no fittings or tube yet) and I'm already around 400€ doh.gif

It's so pretty smile.gif, but I'm not really sure if I'm would actually dare to do it. I think I'm gonna make myself a special saving account for my build. Why aren't there any people in my neigborhood that need a new computer build. I would gladly do it for a few bucks smile.gif

Oh this is what's in the cart:

* EK-Supremacy - Nickel
* Phobya Xtreme 200 V.2
* XSPC RS240 Black
* Laing D5
* Bitspower D5 Mod Kit
* Bitspower Water Tank Z

Fittings would be bitspower (white or silver)
Tube don't know yet, black maybe or blue.

@Devious Dog, hehe but where would I put my hdd's and my nice fancontroller smile.gif


Seriously I'm gonna block this forum haha





*I would never do that* wink.gifbiggrin.gif
Edited by -SpArkLeS- - 7/18/13 at 3:13am
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