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post #2011 of 18210
I'd like to see what temps you guys get from opening Heaven Benchmark on max settings and let it run for about 5-10 minutes. My temps seem to get highest when I have 99% and memory being used. Make sure you include ambient temps as well.

3dmark didn't really make my card get that hot.
Edited by eternal7trance - 6/22/11 at 10:27pm
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post #2012 of 18210
Those are sweet looking setups. I'm tempted to cancel my H100 preorder after I saw the revised release date and just go for a full-bollocks custom loop...

Was playing Metro 2033 last night and after 3 hours Mr GPU hit a maximum of 85'c. That is quite hot but reading reviews on this card that seems about average. The fan still didn't speed up any more though. One thing for sure is that I'm glad it's exhausting it's air out the back! Feels like a hairdryer!

I'm going to try moving the HDD cage to in front of the PSU, see what happens.
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post #2013 of 18210
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@ElementR

Whats the total cost to do a water kikt like you have?

I spent about $450, I bought the Radiators used.
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Originally Posted by eySON;13971391 
wow nice water cooling set up! how are those nzxt fans? i was planning on ordering them for my case.

Thanks, I love the fans. They work and look great.
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post #2014 of 18210
Well moving the hdd cage forward chopped a whopping 2'c off my GPU temps. biggrin.gif

Think I'll move it back...
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post #2015 of 18210
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@CesarNYC, i just did 30 minutes straight with 3dmark11 test 4 and i hit temps of 74c at 900MHz core and 4600MHz mem clock. I've got the new v7 F@H client going right now for last hour and temps are holding at 64c/66c for each card. I have the GPU fans set at 60% so not really ideal for my quiet living room. tongue.gif The GPU fans are the only thing you can hear. The 4 GTs cant be heard at all from 2 feet away.
What are your idle temps with nominal fan speed? I don't have any experience with a 580 so I am not sure how loud 60% is, but I imagine its noticeable smile.gif. Your temps are better then most but I would like to compare with Furmark/Kombustor.
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Thanks!
Why do you say that? I was worried about it vibrating but its mounted on a 1/4" foam pad.

@4.6GHz its 55c max while folding it was 75c-80c w/ the H50.
Awesome max temp for 2600K, but thats a lot of rad and once you add the GPUs wink.gif. I have a similar WC set up that I am "enhancing" at the moment. Hit a snag with Aquatuning pushing back my last shipment, but hope to have it done soon.
I meant that yeah vibration could be an issue, but also you are kind of locked into the length of the graphics card. When you go SLI I imagine you will be butting up against it.
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I don't know how helpful this might be, but here is a link to a great fan comparison someone passed along:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/859483-round-6-fan-testing-working-thread.html

It may make it easier to decide which fans to test.



(quiet voice) But I like LED fans....shiny.....

Hey bud, I'd be willing to help with fan configurations but being in Canada I guess I'm out or the running. Also, although screen shots are no problem, I'm not really Mister Graph Chart Dude. A table maybe.....

Very good temps indeed, you should try using Furmark simultaneously with Prime95 if you want a more standardized test with a higher torture level. That software will make your PC cook.

Thanks for the link man, hopefully there will be a need. I will give it till about Sunday to either shelve this project or move forward. I had thought to keep it US based to help with the logistics if I had to finance this little venture, but if I go with a group I guess it won't matter. I agree with the Furmark/Prime95 combo, not for the faint of heart but we should see some dependable results.
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So my build seems to be very similar to Nootron's but I wanted to post pics and join the club anyway! I am running both 580 Lightnings at the stock 832MHz right now and my temps in 3DMark 11 so far haven't gone above 66C. My CPU temps in IBT with AVX top out at around 75C @ 4700MHz and 1.35v. These temps seem pretty awesome to me so I'm not sure what the problem is with some users?
would you mind running Furmark instead and seeing what temps you get after lets say 30 min?
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...Was playing Metro 2033 last night and after 3 hours Mr GPU hit a maximum of 85'c. That is quite hot but reading reviews on this card that seems about average. The fan still didn't speed up any more though. One thing for sure is that I'm glad it's exhausting it's air out the back! Feels like a hairdryer!

I'm going to try moving the HDD cage to in front of the PSU, see what happens.......Well moving the hdd cage forward chopped a whopping 2'c off my GPU temps. biggrin.gif

I still think you are a few degrees ahead of the curve, shaving a few degrees here and there, it will add up. I have a feeling this is how the testing is going to go.
Edited by CesarNYC - 6/23/11 at 6:39am
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post #2016 of 18210
would like to be added...just finished installing the watercooling kit from xspc yesterday temps dropped 7 degrees vs h70.
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post #2017 of 18210
Quote:
Originally Posted by CesarNYC;13975218 
would you mind running Furmark instead and seeing what temps you get after lets say 30 min?

I don't run Furmark because it is unnecessarily stressful and not at all indicative of the temps you are likely to see while gaming....
post #2018 of 18210
I'd like to help out with the temp monitoring but I would need help on what I would need to do first. On my sig rig I'm getting 18*C idle for my cpu w/ the H70 used as an exhaust and my two 6950's are at 43*C idle which is terrible in my opinion and when I'm playing Rift on max settings it gets to about 80*C and higher. I wanted to get the setup wet but I got in trouble and being 16, I don't have control over that.....I have a xigmatek 200mm fan as an intake in the front and I have 2 cooler master sickle flow red led fans in the top as exhausts. Heres a pic and sorry for the blurr, I took it with my incredible.

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post #2019 of 18210
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I don't run Furmark because it is unnecessarily stressful and not at all indicative of the temps you are likely to see while gaming....

Furmark for me actually shows lower temps than the gaming temps I get because Furmark doesn't stress the GPU memory as well.
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post #2020 of 18210
One thing to keep in mind when planning out GPU cooling is that there are a couple of different styles of popular GPU coolers. One is the "Blower" style, and one is the "Radial" style. Most GPU coolers are variants of one of these.

I've attached an image to show what I'm talking about. The "Blower" style is the most popular, so most cases are set up to excel with that type of layout.

However, third-party heatsinks, and some custom versions of OEM heatsinks use the "Radial" style, which exhausts hot air back into the case.

For optimal cooling with the "Blower" style, front to back, bottom to top airflow is the best.

For optimal cooling with the "Radial" style, side panel fans, and bottom to top can help. In some instances, turning the front fan into an exhaust and the top and side fans into intakes has dropped temps significantly in the labs.

"Radial" style coolers are used on high-end multi-GPU coolers like the 590 and 6990 primarily for cost/performance reasons. It would be very difficult to push enough air through a long card with dual heatsinks with a single blower fan, and to cool dual GPUs, you really need to have some sort of central cooling solution unless you are going to waterblocks.

Hope this helps a bit.
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