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post #8561 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci View Post
I guess, but if you are going to use the tubing that comes with the kit you might as well grind large scratches into the compression fittings and paint them atrocious colors with spray paint. The tubing that comes with the kit looks horrible after a few months, here's a picture for you. (not my case btw)

holy crap thats bad lookin , should i use my stock tubing or go better ?
post #8562 of 13773
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holy crap thats bad lookin , should i use my stock tubing or go better ?
Why are you asking me? If you like tubing that looks like that then stick with it, if you don't want your tubing to look like that go with PrimoChill or Tygon.
post #8563 of 13773
Hey guys, With my rasa 750/240 kit I'm getting around 70C at 1.41v running prime.

Is that a normal temperature? With my corsair shroud on the fans it's gotten as high as 77c.

I have the radiator mounted on the top of the case with the fans pushing fresh air into the radiator/case. Just FYI I resat the cpu block and redid the pk-1 thermal paste.

Seems a little high to me, but I'm new to water cooling, I don't have anything to compare it to. On my q9550 my xigmatek HSF kept my cpu very cool.

Edit: By the way, does it matter what direction the block is placed? Mine is horizontal with the in on the left and out on the right. The instructions don't specify if it matters, but it shows it in a vertical manner.
Edited by gl0ry - 7/10/11 at 1:03am
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post #8564 of 13773
Dunno if this helps but my rx360 on my 2500k gave the following temps:

1.35v - 4.6ghz - 63c
1.3v - 4.4ghz - 53c

I have 2x 120mm fans pushing and 2x200mm fans pulling, rad is mounted on top of the case. I found with the rx360 adding an extra fan made no difference to temps for me, but my fans are only running at about 600-800rpm, need to buy some gentle typhoons and a fan controller .

I am also running the stock TIM which I found very hard to spread and heard it isn't the best.

I have my block mounted horizonally, shouldnt matter which way.

Make sure you have no air in the system... I put my case on its side 2 days ago and a huge air bubble came out filling a whole tube!!

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Steve

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Thanks for the reply. If you pushed up to 1.41v with HT (2600k) then your temps would be right up there too I would imagine.
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post #8566 of 13773
I would guess so... Give me a few mins and i will give it a whirl!

Then stock intel hsf gave me around 70c load at 3.7ghz 1.2v
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I was hoping around this volts I would still get around 65c max load, but maybe that's wishful thinking.
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Whats your ambiant temprature? As when I did yesterdays test it was quiet warm, atm with 1.4v my highest is 59c lowest core is 53c but its alot cooler in my room today.
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Whats your ambiant temprature? As when I did yesterdays test it was quiet warm, atm with 1.4v my highest is 59c lowest core is 53c but its alot cooler in my room today.
It's not that hot here. I live in Upstate NY. I thought ambient temps didn't matter as much with water.
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It's not that hot here. I live in Upstate NY. I thought ambient temps didn't matter as much with water.
Water in loop will warm up together with you room so your cpu's temperature is directly connected to ambient temperature.
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