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Oh er, i meant 42 for the GPU 65 for CPU
MMnnn I have close to the same setup as you, i5 750@ 4.0 and 5870, but under 3DMark06 my CPU is in the low 60's and GPU maxes at 50.
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ooh ok good it if i buyd my PC (and builded it) i gonna upgrade to :"XSPC X2OKIT750 RASA Dual WaterCooling Kit+Aqua-Computer Double Protect Ultra - Orange 1000ml+Artic silver cooling paste
Just out of curiosity, how old are you and how much experience do you have with building computers?
Also, I wouldn't recommend going with that full kit. Firstly, it's better to use pure clear water and coloured tubing than clear tubing and coloured water. Secondly, 1000ml won't be enough. The reservoir alone holds 1050ml, so when you take into account the tubing and radiator, you'll need at least 1500ml, if not 2000ml to ensure that the entire loop has water running through it at full capacity. and no air.
And finally, you can get better thermal compound than Arctic Silver 5 nowadays.

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MMnnn I have close to the same setup as you, i5 750@ 4.0 and 5870, but under 3DMark06 my CPU is in the low 60's and GPU maxes at 50.
Maybe the difference is due to ambients and case airflow?
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Just out of curiosity, how old are you and how much experience do you have with building computers?
Also, I wouldn't recommend going with that full kit. Firstly, it's better to use pure clear water and coloured tubing than clear tubing and coloured water. Secondly, 1000ml won't be enough. The reservoir alone holds 1050ml, so when you take into account the tubing and radiator, you'll need at least 1500ml, if not 2000ml to ensure that the entire loop has water running through it at full capacity. and no air.
And finally, you can get better thermal compound than Arctic Silver 5 nowadays.


Maybe the difference is due to ambients and case airflow?
This, the Blue Feser UV fluid I used caused blue gack to form inside the radiator. Dont use premix fluid!!! Distilled water and killcoil. Thats all

FYI, Ther is a big 200mm fan turning right above the RX240 Rad where i left out the second 120mm fan. comes standard with a Haf-X.

Cool then, sounds like my loop aint that bad 27.6 degrees ambient btw
post #324 of 13773
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Just out of curiosity, how old are you and how much experience do you have with building computers?
Also, I wouldn't recommend going with that full kit. Firstly, it's better to use pure clear water and coloured tubing than clear tubing and coloured water. Secondly, 1000ml won't be enough. The reservoir alone holds 1050ml, so when you take into account the tubing and radiator, you'll need at least 1500ml, if not 2000ml to ensure that the entire loop has water running through it at full capacity. and no air.
And finally, you can get better thermal compound than Arctic Silver 5 nowadays.
1) i'm 14
2) this wil be my first build
3) i know that this liquid isn't good and i'm looking for something else
4) what thermal compound do you sugest?
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This, the Blue Feser UV fluid I used caused blue gack to form inside the radiator. Dont use premix fluid!!! Distilled water and killcoil. Thats all

FYI, Ther is a big 200mm fan turning right above the RX240 Rad where i left out the second 120mm fan. comes standard with a Haf-X.

Cool then, sounds like my loop aint that bad 27.6 degrees ambient btw
So I'm gonna be using distilled water, kill coil, and two drops of Mayhems dye. Surely two drops of this dye won't "gunk" my rad will it. I mean it's only two drops.

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double post.... also can someone here tell me the exact screws that come included for the fans so i can go to lowes and pick up a couple extra please?
    
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Sorry, forgot to reply to these two earlier:
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true, but since Adz is going for all internal, it really will be fighting for limited real-estate, unless you can fit it, the RX line up is 58mm thick btw, plus a 25mm fan for single or + 50mm for push/pull.
I put four 25mm fans back to back to check the clearance... I should be alright. Might be a little tight, but I've ordered it now so..
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@ Adz
Would it be possible to remove the top 200mm fan and place up there? Or maybe a 140, Phobya makes a 200mm rad too.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...Yate_Loon.html
I had a look at that before I got this kit. It's a possibility, but I doubt the price/performance ratio on it, and the 200mm fan itself isn't actually any good for a rad.

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1) i'm 14
2) this wil be my first build
3) i know that this liquid isn't good and i'm looking for something else
4) what thermal compound do you sugest?
Watercooling on your first build... ballsy. Make sure you do a lot of research and ask for help if you need it.
With liquid, just get pure distilled water - local grocery stores should have, or maybe a car parts store (it's the same sort of water they put in car batteries).
Thermal compound - there are loads. Personally, I use OCZ Freeze, but I think the top compounds out there at the moment are Shin Etsu and MX-4.

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So I'm gonna be using distilled water, kill coil, and two drops of Mayhems dye. Surely two drops of this dye won't "gunk" my rad will it. I mean it's only two drops.

EDIT MY WIFE IS GOING TO PICK UP MY STUFF AND IT'S ON THE WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!!!!! !!!
Any dye will mean you have to clean it out faster than you would with just pure water. I don't know how badly Mayhems will gunk up your loop, but I've been told that it's always better to use coloured tubing and clear water.
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double post.... also can someone here tell me the exact screws that come included for the fans so i can go to lowes and pick up a couple extra please?
I wish I actually knew. I've had so much trouble figuring it. In the end, I just bought a pack of 40mm M3 socket cap screws from Fast-Lad, and they fit through the fans and into the rad. M4's also go through the fans, but not the rad.
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post #329 of 13773
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So I'm gonna be using distilled water, kill coil, and two drops of Mayhems dye. Surely two drops of this dye won't "gunk" my rad will it. I mean it's only two drops.

EDIT MY WIFE IS GOING TO PICK UP MY STUFF AND IT'S ON THE WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!!!!! !!!
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double post.... also can someone here tell me the exact screws that come included for the fans so i can go to lowes and pick up a couple extra please?
I believe they are M4 thread 10mm long, dont quote me on the length though but its surely M4.

Two drops, nah dude, you'll be safe
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1) i'm 14
2) this wil be my first build
3) i know that this liquid isn't good and i'm looking for something else
4) what thermal compound do you sugest?
1. Age is never a issue
2. Not bad
3. Just use distilled water with PT Nuke and/or a Kill Coil.
4. I use AS5. But I hear good things about Shin Etsu X23 and MX-4.

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So I'm gonna be using distilled water, kill coil, and two drops of Mayhems dye. Surely two drops of this dye won't "gunk" my rad will it. I mean it's only two drops.

EDIT MY WIFE IS GOING TO PICK UP MY STUFF AND IT'S ON THE WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!!!!! !!!
Glad to hear it's coming
But I remember hearing you should put 4 drops. Not sure. It's actually quite neutral of a pH but when you add too much, it becomes slightly acidic.

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double post.... also can someone here tell me the exact screws that come included for the fans so i can go to lowes and pick up a couple extra please?
I'm not sure how long they are. But I know they are roughly an inch long.
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