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I have a question for you XSPC experts in here...

How well would a RX360 radiator handle an i7 920 overclocked at 4.0GHz, and 2 x GTX580 SLI running at stock clocks. I'm wondering if it may exceed the cooling capacity of the radiator.

Thanks.

Here is a link of a guy with triple GTX580s, a 2600K with only one RX360 rad and hes getting great temps, but he has a better pump and reservoir =>

http://75.126.99.220/showthread.php?t=1603202
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post #8892 of 13773
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You mean you screwed the ring onto the nipple base without a tube installed and its stuck now? Anyways, you just need to grip the top ring and bottom with pliers (covered with a rag to prevent scratching them) and un-screw them. This also happens when you have tubing installed also, but it generally means you over tightened it.
Thx, thought i was stuck.
post #8893 of 13773
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Here is a link of a guy with triple GTX580s, a 2600K with only one RX360 rad and hes getting great temps, but he has a better pump and reservoir =>

http://75.126.99.220/showthread.php?t=1603202
An I7 950 dumps more heat than a 2600K, and that setup in the link is using a DDC pump, like I was suggesting. I have ran a single RX360 with a I7 860 OCed, with a 6990 and 6970 with DDC pump and 2K rpm fans, but it will be on the warm side while gaming for sure. I wouldn't overclock the GPUs much at all on that kind of setup.
     
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Well, I fired up my computer and all is working well. My idle is usually a degree or three above ambient and my load, at 4.8GHz with 1.36v is maxing out at 69c on the highest core, 65c or less on the other three while running Small FFT's in Prime95.
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Well, I fired up my computer and all is working well. My idle is usually a degree or three above ambient and my load, at 4.8GHz with 1.36v is maxing out at 69c on the highest core, 65c or less on the other three while running Small FFT's in Prime95.
I think that's a bit warm IMO. What TIM did you use and how many turns on the mounting thumbscrews for the RASA CPU block? I believe it should be more in the high 50s to low 60s for a CPU only loop.
     
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Has any body ran their rasa kit off of sata port instead of molex? Is it safe? Can I use one of these:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...roducts_id=205

I want to make sure that my power supply will handle one rail with sata port. Basically my sata cable will run SSD, HDD and rasa pump. Any suggestions?
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I think that's a bit warm IMO. What TIM did you use and how many turns on the mounting thumbscrews for the RASA CPU block? I believe it should be more in the high 50s to low 60s for a CPU only loop.
I used MX-4.
Honestly, I agree with you, but my CPU has always ran a fair bit hotter than others, I believe it's because the center of the CPU's heat spread may be a bit higher than the rest, based on the way the TIM spreads, so kind of like a microscopic hill in the center of my CPU, meaning less contact with the cores or something. I'd lap it, but I don't want to void my warranty. No matter what I've done, I always get higher temps than most other people at same clocks and voltages.

I tightened the block down as tight as I could with my hands without forcing it after screwing in the the bolts/screws with a screwdriver initially, it's on nice and tight as it should be.
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Has any body ran their rasa kit off of sata port instead of molex? Is it safe? Can I use one of these:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...roducts_id=205

I want to make sure that my power supply will handle one rail with sata port. Basically my sata cable will run SSD, HDD and rasa pump. Any suggestions?
Yes, a SATA to Molex connector will work, since its basically the same power delivery. Also, the link you posted is for heat shrink.
     
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I used MX-4.
Honestly, I agree with you, but my CPU has always ran a fair bit hotter than others, I believe it's because the center of the CPU's heat spread may be a bit higher than the rest, based on the way the TIM spreads, so kind of like a microscopic hill in the center of my CPU, meaning less contact with the cores or something. I'd lap it, but I don't want to void my warranty. No matter what I've done, I always get higher temps than most other people at same clocks and voltages.

I tightened the block down as tight as I could with my hands without forcing it after screwing in the the bolts/screws with a screwdriver initially, it's on nice and tight as it should be.
I only use 2-3 turns on the thumbscrews equally. Also, make sure you have the pump flow output going into the "In" port on the RASA block, not "out". I had someone on here actually get it reversed.
     
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Thx dub
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