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yep, that's what I am using to cool my CPU and GPU getting great temps with fans on low. Max out around 40C with fans low thumb.gif

Ambient temp is low since it is winter, I don't know exact temp but I have house set at 70F
biggrin.gif Yea! Thank you so much for the quick reply!

Oh and to most every one on this list. This is my first water cooled computer. I have been building my own computers for 12 years or so. Wanted to do water cooling before but never had the cash, or the knowledge. You all are extremely helpful in providing it. I learned a lot from the links and discussions you have had. thumb.gif

Oh and some one said that you can use Ketchup?! to clean the water block if it gets really nasty looking?
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You can use a fair number of methods to clean off a processor, as long as you finish by cleaning it with isopropyl alcohol and a lint-free cloth. smile.gif

I've heard about the ketchup thing, too, but never seen it done.
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You can use a fair number of methods to clean off a processor, as long as you finish by cleaning it with isopropyl alcohol and a lint-free cloth. smile.gif
I've heard about the ketchup thing, too, but never seen it done.

Make sure you use 90% isopropyl alcohol so that it leave as little residue as possible when it dries thumb.gif
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Hi everyone:

I started with a RX240 kit with a Raystorm block. The system is a CPU-only loop for now.

I will slowly beef up my watercooling system because I plan to cool more parts of my system. I was at the store and decided to get a RX480 which I have already installed. Unfortunately for me, my temps didn't seem to go down by much compared to when I only had an RX240. Load temps went down by a few degrees but I was expecting more since my radiator surface are increased by a whole lot. Ambient temps where I am at is in the area of 32C and my load temps in Prime95 hit 68C and 72C in IBT.

My CPU is an i7 2600k clocked at 4.5ghz with a Vcore of 1.32v. My loop is pump/res-RX480-cpu-RX240. The RX480 is externally mounted with 4 low-rpm fans in pull. RX240 is internally mounted with 2 fans in push.

I see 2 possibilities. One is insufficient understanding of watercooling on my part. Another possibility is my flow rate being reduced too much by the new radiator.

What do you guys think?

Thanks.
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Hi everyone:
I started with a RX240 kit with a Raystorm block. The system is a CPU-only loop for now.
I will slowly beef up my watercooling system because I plan to cool more parts of my system. I was at the store and decided to get a RX480 which I have already installed. Unfortunately for me, my temps didn't seem to go down by much compared to when I only had an RX240. Load temps went down by a few degrees but I was expecting more since my radiator surface are increased by a whole lot. Ambient temps where I am at is in the area of 32C and my load temps in Prime95 hit 68C and 72C in IBT.
My CPU is an i7 2600k clocked at 4.5ghz with a Vcore of 1.32v. My loop is pump/res-RX480-cpu-RX240. The RX480 is externally mounted with 4 low-rpm fans in pull. RX240 is internally mounted with 2 fans in push.
I see 2 possibilities. One is insufficient understanding of watercooling on my part. Another possibility is my flow rate being reduced too much by the new radiator.
What do you guys think?
Thanks.

You aren't going to see much drop in temperatures. What you will see is that as your overclock increases, your temperatures should remain the same. The radiators can only dissipate so much heat, while your CPU can only transfer so much heat through the block. If you want to see the benefits of watercooling, increase your overclock.
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You aren't going to see much drop in temperatures. What you will see is that as your overclock increases, your temperatures should remain the same. The radiators can only dissipate so much heat, while your CPU can only transfer so much heat through the block. If you want to see the benefits of watercooling, increase your overclock.

Thanks.

I considered that possibility so I increased my overclock and Vcore. Tried 4.8ghz at 1.4v and 5ghz at 1.5v for a few minutes. Temps shot up to like 80C. Someone suggested that it could b bad CPU block mounting or TIM application. I'll try that in a bit.
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Hi everyone:
I started with a RX240 kit with a Raystorm block. The system is a CPU-only loop for now.
I will slowly beef up my watercooling system because I plan to cool more parts of my system. I was at the store and decided to get a RX480 which I have already installed. Unfortunately for me, my temps didn't seem to go down by much compared to when I only had an RX240. Load temps went down by a few degrees but I was expecting more since my radiator surface are increased by a whole lot. Ambient temps where I am at is in the area of 32C and my load temps in Prime95 hit 68C and 72C in IBT.
My CPU is an i7 2600k clocked at 4.5ghz with a Vcore of 1.32v. My loop is pump/res-RX480-cpu-RX240. The RX480 is externally mounted with 4 low-rpm fans in pull. RX240 is internally mounted with 2 fans in push.
I see 2 possibilities. One is insufficient understanding of watercooling on my part. Another possibility is my flow rate being reduced too much by the new radiator.
What do you guys think?
Thanks.

It might be that your pump is having trouble keeping up, but it shouldn't be. Now with that said you won't be able to get the temps of any given chip especially at load below a certain point no matter how many radiators you add! What I mean is that before you added the new rad you were already efficiently removing the heat from your CPU the addition of the new rad was only able to improve upon things slightly. The only way that I can see you lowering your temps at this point would be to lower your ambient air temp so that the rads could shed more heat. Now once you add in your graphics cards you'll see your setup shine because you'll actually be putting enough heat into the water to put all that radiator surface area to work.
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I considered that possibility so I increased my overclock and Vcore. Tried 4.8ghz at 1.4v and 5ghz at 1.5v for a few minutes. Temps shot up to like 80C. Someone suggested that it could b bad CPU block mounting or TIM application. I'll try that in a bit.

Yeah, something's wrong if that happens. How is your loop order? Can you post a photo of what it looks like?
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I just remounted the block using Arctic Silver 5 (used Gelid GC Extreme in the previous mount) and I'm getting the same temps more or less. Hopefully, the temps will go down a bit once the TIM cures.
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I just remounted the block using Arctic Silver 5 (used Gelid GC Extreme in the previous mount) and I'm getting the same temps more or less. Hopefully, the temps will go down a bit once the TIM cures.

What does the TIM spread look like when you took your block off? Curing is over-rated; it'll only go down 1-2C.

Maybe it's time to look into what WeirdHarold said. Need to know your loop order and a picture too. wink.gif
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