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I think most people do place the coil in the resovoir, yeah.

How does everyone structure their loops? I'm planning on going res--> rad --> CPU --> res. I might upgrade to a water chiller around christmas time if i get into watercooling.

I've already read the first 1000 posts of this thread, and i've learnt a lot. Mostly about AMD mounting brackets though, lol.
post #7282 of 13773
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I think most people do place the coil in the resovoir, yeah.

How does everyone structure their loops? I'm planning on going res--> rad --> CPU --> res. I might upgrade to a water chiller around christmas time if i get into watercooling.

I've already read the first 1000 posts of this thread, and i've learnt a lot. Mostly about AMD mounting brackets though, lol.
It doesn't matter in which order you run the loop, since it's a single CPU loop.
     
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That's a good point. I've been thinking about this too much.

Going to mount my rad as high up on the back of the case as i can. That way i can use the cool air of mother nature to get lower temps.



You can see that my PC is backing onto a window that is always open. It helps my air cooling temps by as much as 10 degrees.
post #7284 of 13773
Ok. Everything is installed now. Except that it loads at 80 degrees and then keeps climbing. Idle is 34 degrees.

The pump is working, there are no kinks, the tubing is right. I can't figure this out :S I've re-mounted once.

Any thoughts?
post #7285 of 13773
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Ok. Everything is installed now. Except that it loads at 80 degrees and then keeps climbing. Idle is 34 degrees.

The pump is working, there are no kinks, the tubing is right. I can't figure this out :S I've re-mounted once.

Any thoughts?
Is the rad hot?
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Ok. Everything is installed now. Except that it loads at 80 degrees and then keeps climbing. Idle is 34 degrees.

The pump is working, there are no kinks, the tubing is right. I can't figure this out :S I've re-mounted once.

Any thoughts?
Is that on stock clocks???or did u OC it already???
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post #7287 of 13773
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Ok. Everything is installed now. Except that it loads at 80 degrees and then keeps climbing. Idle is 34 degrees.

The pump is working, there are no kinks, the tubing is right. I can't figure this out :S I've re-mounted once.

Any thoughts?
Did you take the plastic cover off the cpu block? Are you sure you got all the air out of the rad?
post #7288 of 13773
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Did you take the plastic cover off the cpu block? Are you sure you got all the air out of the rad?
Excellent guess! I forgot to take the plastic off

I feel like such a noob. I'm playing cod4 now and it's at 37 degrees.
post #7289 of 13773
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Did you take the plastic cover off the cpu block? Are you sure you got all the air out of the rad?
The usual problem is that plastic on the block which is barely noticeable. In essence there are "2" pieces of plastic on the block if I am not mistaken.
post #7290 of 13773
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Excellent guess! I forgot to take the plastic off

I feel like such a noob. I'm playing cod4 now and it's at 37 degrees.
Don't feel bad. I know of at least 4 more people (whose name will remain unmentioned to protect the innocent) who have done the same.
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