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RX360 + MCP655 - Enough to cool 5970 OC'd + I7 930 OC'd?

post #1 of 12
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Hi boys and girls.

Would this combo work or would the RX360 suffer to cool these efficiently?

Thing is I have a Black Ice GTS X-flow 120, RS240.

1.The RX360 + Black Ice is a no go, RX too big with x-flow barb position.

2.The RS240 + RX360 could work in my Haf-x.

3. WOuld be nice having a single rad

Wouldn't even imagine getting all three in there.

My HD5850 would also go out of the loop.

Please leave your feedbacks.

Cheers.

post #2 of 12
Yes it should be enough I am planning on the same setup barbs and block are in route. A rx 360 from other setups I have seen cools 1 cpu and gpu with little to no issues.
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I am currently running it on a worse rad than RX 360 (RX 360 is very good, thick!) i7 980x @ 4.3 and my load temps are 58c (prime95, burn tests and what not, BC2 etc)

GPU is fully clocked.. 1000/1300 yet it only loads at 34c (bad company 2) sometimes 36-37c depends on how hot my room gets.

You will be just fine! Using a single EK 360 rad atm with 6 GT's 1450.. they are not even running 1450, more like 1000
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post #4 of 12
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Ooooh gooodie

Would the extra RS240 with pulling fans help performance much? or will it only be clutter?

Thanks again

post #5 of 12
RS240 is fine, the pump can handle it too ^^ It's up to you, it will help by some C!
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post #6 of 12
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mmmh, that was my original plan. . . I take it this is a strong pump then?

I think I'll test out both, then report back. . darn SAPO, where is my package?
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I'm running 2x RX240's in the same loop to cool i7 950 (@4.2ghz) and a gtx 570 (@853 core). They are both setup as pull fans only (due to room). My temps while folding on gtx 570 & i7 950 at the same time, gpu never breaks 45-47*C and CPU stays under 75*C (usually about 70-71).

I would vote yes, it would work. You won't be breaking any temp records, but if they're both at stock you'll do fine (and have a nice quiet setup).
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mmmh, that was my original plan. . . I take it this is a strong pump then?

I think I'll test out both, then report back. . darn SAPO, where is my package?
The pump is strong, I even run it at speed 2 lawl (even tho it makes no difference from 2 to 5) only at the beggining, then it gets silent again (like u are running it on 1) I am also using the EK top, it's really cool ^^ you can put fittings on it
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post #9 of 12
The only time you really need a the 335 is if you are running a full wc set up 1 cpu, 1 gpu, 1 mobo, 1 480 rad, and a Ram set due to the restrictiveness of the mobo chip and ram block. Otherwise 655 is a beast.
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post #10 of 12
Well, you could be looking at 450w-550w load.
1500 RPM fan (with shrouds), and you should be able to keep a 9-12C water delta.
Luckily, you will probably not run both your cpu and gpu at 100% for extended periods of time. (besides the initial furmark+prime95 stability test)
Ideally, 3 AP-14's and 3 gutted 120mm fans, and you'll be ok.
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