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post #5951 of 18196
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whats your temps with that setup thanks/.?

Hey there, that front rad is a magicool 180 and the fan is a silverstone 180mm (was half the price of the 200mm Phobya setup for me)

I have the front rad and top rad exhausting out of the case, the rear fan blows in and I have Demci filter on the door (with no mesh) which suck the cool air into the case and keep dust out.

Temps are 27deg ambient - idle 40-38-39-37 CPU & 35-35 GPU

CPU @ 4.2ghz under Linx (max mem) will hit core temp of 70 and GPU under kombuster will hit around 45-50

CPU @ stock on load core hits 55.

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post #5952 of 18196
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Intake with a dust filter would be best.
Have you tried just tightening the screws on the window?
Adding four fans to the side panel isn't going to make the computer quieter. Do you have multiple video cards or something that requires all those extra fans? I hope you have a good fan controller.

I've tighten the screws smile.gif

I dont mind noise from fans, but that creaking is like a creaking shoe, it's super annoying:P

I only have 1 ati 7870, So it's not for the cooling sake. the fan has NEVER been over 38 % usage:P

I've had ONE other case (of 12 ) that had a window, so to me it..sorta weird. and I hate not having the WC cool perfect( I look at it all the time)..So if I install the mesh and mount fans, I think I will stop looking at it and get grumpy while I'm gaming:P
 
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post #5953 of 18196
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Hey there, that front rad is a magicool 180 and the fan is a silverstone 180mm (was half the price of the 200mm Phobya setup for me)
I have the front rad and top rad exhausting out of the case, the rear fan blows in and I have Demci filter on the door (with no mesh) which suck the cool air into the case and keep dust out.
Temps are 27deg ambient - idle 40-38-39-37 CPU & 35-35 GPU
CPU @ 4.2ghz under Linx (max mem) will hit core temp of 70 and GPU under kombuster will hit around 45-50
CPU @ stock on load core hits 55.
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55celcius with that Watercooling setup? no thanks! i dont want you feel bad but if im going to spent 250+ dollars in cooling u should get more than that, this its the main reason, i will get H100, and will probably get same temps as you with less money
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55celcius with that Watercooling setup? no thanks! i dont want you feel bad but if im going to spent 250+ dollars in cooling u should get more than that, this its the main reason, i will get H100, and will probably get same temps as you with less money

Yeah no offence but that sounds alot:S

Mine is 26 celsius at idle and after 6 hrs of prime95 it's 46 celsius. Good enough for me.

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post #5955 of 18196
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Yeah no offence but that sounds alot:S
Mine is 26 celsius at idle and after 6 hrs of prime95 it's 46 celsius. Good enough for me.
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but i think the pump he has is not strong enough to get the water go fast enough to get cool down, if we go back to the basics in WT, i remember 3-4years ago ppl used to suggest strong pumps in wt setup depending how long your tubings are
post #5956 of 18196
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but i think the pump he has is not strong enough to get the water go fast enough to get cool down, if we go back to the basics in WT, i remember 3-4years ago ppl used to suggest strong pumps in wt setup depending how long your tubings are

As long as the fluid is moving the pump is not the problem.
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post #5957 of 18196
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@Sweetleader
can you please take a picture of that for me ?, and why is your 120 radiator so long tongue.gif, thanks

399

399

Rad is a little longer because of the housing on it. I like them though. Have a very quality feeling to them.
post #5958 of 18196
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Originally Posted by EliteReplay View Post

but i think the pump he has is not strong enough to get the water go fast enough to get cool down, if we go back to the basics in WT, i remember 3-4years ago ppl used to suggest strong pumps in wt setup depending how long your tubings are

As long as the fluid is moving the pump is not the problem.

NO, A pump should be just powerful enough to move water through the system without allowing it to sit inside a water block for an extended time. If the water moves too slowly, it will not be able to effectively whisk heat away from the chip. If the water moves too quickly, it won’t have adequate time to soak up the heat from the water block. more components to cool = stronger pump.

i suggest you to read this, will help you with water cooling basics
http://watercooled-pcs.co.uk/en/guides/pc-water-cooling-basics.html
Edited by EliteReplay - 4/21/12 at 10:57pm
post #5959 of 18196
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NO, A pump should be just powerful enough to move water through the system without allowing it to sit inside a water block for an extended time. If the water moves too slowly, it will not be able to effectively whisk heat away from the chip. If the water moves too quickly, it won’t have adequate time to soak up the heat from the water block. more components to cool = stronger pump.
i suggest you to read this, will help you with water cooling basics
http://watercooled-pcs.co.uk/en/guides/pc-water-cooling-basics.html

Yes, the water should not " stand still" in certain areas for long smile.gif My pump : 800L/hr...max pressure: 4 meters.. Thats a more than good enough pump for cooling a cpu 2 gpus and even MOSFET or RAM smile.gif
 
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post #5960 of 18196
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First thing first, lovely build ! I really like it when ppl use white leds inside the case smile.gif
Is that a h60? how your cpu temps?
Im considering buying h100 and sell all my wc parts, I never get satisfied...lol. should have bought a bigger case for wc. so thats were the h100 tought comes in...
The creaking comes when I play bf3 or swtor or doing some heavy work on the cpu...I guess it might be the gpu fans... but i think their exhaust.

Thanks mate. My build is coming along nicely smile.gif

Thats a H50 on my CPU. Its the oldest part in my case. To be honest my 2500k idles at 28c and load is only 69c overclocked to 4.6ghz and thats only in prime....gaming it never really goes about 50c so i cant be bothered to replace it all the time im getting temps like that. I was soooo tempted to replace it for the H100 but i thought whats the point! I would have to buy 2 more push slim fans which are fairly pricy and i have found putting 120mm fans on the top of the case causes a fair bit of noise compared to stock. I have also been tempted by the RASA 240 kit but i really dont trust myself with a custom water kit. Im happy to use sealed all in one units like the H50 but im too scared of a custom kit leaking and killing my expensive hardware. I couldnt afford to replace it if it broke. Ive spent a good £1500+ on this rig.

I also tightened the screws on my side panel slightly, which i believe you have already done. My side panel used to pop and creak and crack all the time but since i have done my GPU mod it seems to have vanished thumb.gif (or so it seems for now!)
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