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lol green seems to be the new color as of late. notice protzman is doing a green and white build on his switch.

now...does anyone want my rig? biggrin.gif
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post #5982 of 18196
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lol green seems to be the new color as of late. notice protzman is doing a green and white build on his switch.
now...does anyone want my rig? biggrin.gif

WHAT ur selling ur 600t build? YYY
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lol green seems to be the new color as of late. notice protzman is doing a green and white build on his switch.

now...does anyone want my rig? biggrin.gif

Lol, do you want me to do blue and white? Oh wait or red and black?
There is really only like 5 choices MAX you can choose from
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my engagement plans that i had planned for later this year is being pushed up to within the next few weeks. certain events are unfolding that gives me the upper hand on element of surprise. but now that i want to move that up, gives me less of a timeframe to accumulate the funds...and i don't want to finance so toys are the first to go. i can always rebuild a pc...
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Lol, do you want me to do blue and white? Oh wait or red and black?
There is really only like 5 choices MAX you can choose from

haha no, wasn't dogging it, i like the color choice.
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You could try putting the mesh on without any fans. Maybe that would kill the creaking?
I seriously doubt an H100 is going to beat an open loop water cooler. It would come close to the cheaper ones (that don't cost much more than the H100), but that's about it. Thicker rad, more robust pump and a res will simply outperform an H100 (unless there is only one loop cooling both the GPU and CPU, and only one rad, but he has two rads). Try using an H100 to cool both the cpu and gpu in your system, and then watch it fail. If you're talking about using two H100s, then you're talking $220 anyway. Plus, his setup is likely cooling his video card memory as well, something the H100 couldn't do. The H100 is pretty sweet, but it's not better than a full loop.
His CPU temp is 70c with the overclock. My CPU temp (i5 2500K) is about the same with a 1GHz overclock using the H100. Those are pretty ballpark figures for overclocked i5/i7. Plus his loop includes both video card and CPU. Still though, 70c seems a little high for the cpu with all those rads, but his video card load temp is pretty nice.

haha yeah dude i live on the Gold Coast in Australia so its pretty hot here with an ambient of 27deg the is no chance of anything idling at 26deg like Egameman
If I lived in norway I to would idle at 26deg and have a load of probably 50 - thats what I get with AC on anyway
I'm also running an i7 930 @ 4.2Ghz with HT on which means my cpu is always going to have A LOT more heat then an overclocked 2500k
Im cooling a 7970 in that loop to remember.

Also lets get one thing clear I'm talking about CORE temps so when you say you idle at 26 what temps are the rest of your cores?

Actually, I wasn't the one saying what my idle temp is. My 2500K idles at 35c with an ambient of 23c. That's an average across all four cores and with all my fans turned down as low as they will go, and my H100 fans running at about 570 RPM. When I torture it, the load temps will hit about 70c average across four cores. That's a 3.3GHz i5 running at 4.3GHz, with all my fans cranked and my H100 fans (Scythe PWM fans) running at 1900 RPM. I agree that if HT is taken into account it makes your temp a little better. I was just trying to point out that your temp seemed ballpark to me and I doubted an H100 would do better.
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I live in a tropical environment its always hot and muggy, boardshorts and singlet, no socks all year around stuff....85+ humidity GET IT.
My temps are pretty good in reality for this climate, my mate in the same room 'lerkah' on this forum has samer temps with a similar setup he has a thick 360 rad though.

Sounds like Winnipeg during an exceptionally hot summer. I'm not jelly though. You can have your spiders and snakes, I'll take our mosquitoes.
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reservoir size determines the overall cooling capacity of your water cooled system. Increasing the reservoir size increases the amount of water in the system which allows for greater heat dissipation.

I've heard that before. The funny thing is that I know of some people who have added a res to an H50 and did not get very much temperature difference. We're talking 5c or less. I'm no expert at water cooling, I can only go by what other people have posted. In the H50 example the res didn't make much difference. Another thing to consider is that the H100 can compete with low end open loop solutions, and it has no res either.
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reservoir size determines the overall cooling capacity of your water cooled system. Increasing the reservoir size increases the amount of water in the system which allows for greater heat dissipation.

no matter how big your reservoir, you'll only be "dissipating" heat into your closed loop. it will take longer to reach equilibrium temperature, but your temps will be the same if you run the system long enough. the only way you're truly dissipating heat is through radiators. no other component takes heat out of your closed loop.
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DrJns has a pretty brutal set up, check it out:) Lots of radsO.o

thank you, kind sir thumb.gif
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Actually, I wasn't the one saying what my idle temp is. My 2500K idles at 35c with an ambient of 23c. That's an average across all four cores and with all my fans turned down as low as they will go, and my H100 fans running at about 570 RPM. When I torture it, the load temps will hit about 70c average across four cores. That's a 3.3GHz i5 running at 4.3GHz, with all my fans cranked and my H100 fans (Scythe PWM fans) running at 1900 RPM. I agree that if HT is taken into account it makes your temp a little better. I was just trying to point out that your temp seemed ballpark to me and I doubted an H100 would do better.
Sounds like Winnipeg during an exceptionally hot summer. I'm not jelly though. You can have your spiders and snakes, I'll take our mosquitoes.
I've heard that before. The funny thing is that I know of some people who have added a res to an H50 and did not get very much temperature difference. We're talking 5c or less. I'm no expert at water cooling, I can only go by what other people have posted. In the H50 example the res didn't make much difference. Another thing to consider is that the H100 can compete with low end open loop solutions, and it has no res either.

i know what u mean, but those Allin water cooling are made to cool 1 component AKA CPU. and it will be enough for that, but that guy has 2rad in the loop and added the HD7970 to it, and if you take into account that his ALLIN WT its made just to cool the CPU not the entire system therefore the reason why he is getting poor perfomance. lol 5C its not a big difference? just by increasing the size of your reservoir? are you kidding me? we are talking about CPU even 2c its a good margin. those 5C can help him to archive a better OC or even better lifespan on his PC
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Welcome to all the new members.

 

We are approaching 1,000,000 views, so I just want to say THANK YOU to all the members for making this possible, and keep posting those hot rigs.

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please tell me, how its works over a long time =)
i love this fluid

Will do:) !

Will add that I'm gonna change to a todd smaller reservoir, it looks idiotiv with my res in the case:P

And get bigger tubing:)
 
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