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Yeah, those bubbles probably aren't going to help temps. Is it possible to fix the pump at something like 30 or 40% PWM? Perhaps that would minimize the bubbles. I think the benefit of more flow peters out at some point, especially as the pump begins to dump more heat into the loop at higher speeds.

I see you had trouble fitting the compression fitting on the reservoir - bummer. I think Swiftech came out with a newer revision that was modified to allow enough clearance for 3/4" OD compression fittings. Perhaps they're allowing a swap out on those???

Anyway, get it all optimized and bled, play with fan orientation and setup, and then report temps again
30 or 40% PWM, how many rpm is that?
post #12 of 20
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Got P9444 in 3dmark vantage 7302 GPU, and 78586 CPU

not sure if that is any good.
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Yeah, those bubbles probably aren't going to help temps. Is it possible to fix the pump at something like 30 or 40% PWM? Perhaps that would minimize the bubbles. I think the benefit of more flow peters out at some point, especially as the pump begins to dump more heat into the loop at higher speeds.

I see you had trouble fitting the compression fitting on the reservoir - bummer. I think Swiftech came out with a newer revision that was modified to allow enough clearance for 3/4" OD compression fittings. Perhaps they're allowing a swap out on those???

Anyway, get it all optimized and bled, play with fan orientation and setup, and then report temps again
i cant find where to set the pump to 30 or 40% PWM
post #14 of 20
I think it's 2500 to 3500 rpm. You probably won't be able to specifically set 30 or 40%.
    
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I think it's 2500 to 3500 rpm. You probably won't be able to specifically set 30 or 40%.
Ummm either im blind or it is not there, I don't think I can set statics fan rpms on my bios
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Im not quite sure but I think you can't...
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post #17 of 20
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Speed fan will do for now I guess

edit: speedfan doesnt do it... I guess i need to get a fan controller :s
Edited by supermiguel - 3/24/11 at 6:37pm
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Which header do you have the pump hooked up to?
    
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post #19 of 20
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Which header do you have the pump hooked up to?
Cpu one, for now
Edited by supermiguel - 3/25/11 at 5:19am
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asus has a program named fan max that lets me control the speed.. Testing now.. slow vs fast =)
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