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Here's my current overclock and temps after about 20 min of heaven with the support post on the EKWB block. 1470 stable. Not sure if I really want to add more voltage than this right now.



The voltage is actually set a little higher than GPUZ is reporting it fluctuates. I have "C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI Afterburner\MSIAfterburner.exe" /wi06,08,8d,1c set. 1c running.

That's a 189 mv offset. plus the 1150 = 1339. I'm not really willing to go higher than that for every day use.

Unless my maths are wrong?

edit: this is on an rx 480 reference with an EK full cover block.
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Anyone know if there has been some testing on the EK-XTOP Revo Dual D5 Serial

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I wonder how it performs compared to the EK-XTOP Dual D5 Serial



I allready have a EK-XTOP Dual D5 Serial which I love and it performs great. But I need a new dual top for my new rig
Only thing I could find was this review by fast_fate on Xtremerigs, which is for the single D5 version:
http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/12/23/ek-xtop-revo-d5-pump-top-review/

I'd also like to see a comparison with the previous gen. EK Dual-D5 tops, I have a Gen. 2 EK Dual D5 top, (serial) which I'm still running.
But, based on the results of the single pump version tested, it looks like the previous-gen. D5 pump tops offer somewhat better performance than the XTOP Revo.

Rather sad to see a performance drop, but to quote the review summary:

"The Revo D5 top is yet another great design from EK and we believe they chose the different aesthetics of a round top over pure performance offered in their previous CSQ and Rev.2 square shaped tops. At the end of the day the performance hit is minimal, but we do wish that the CSQ was still offered for those among us who want maximum performance from our cooling system components."
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if I didn't care for aesthetics I'd have gone for a Revo D5 as well, it was actually in my original build design, but then opted for 2 separate D5. just because of the plexi cover. LOL tongue.gifbiggrin.gif

but performance wise, hell yeah the EK Revo D5 is the best thing out there for double D5 pumps setup.
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The problem with my revo d5 is I couldn't control the rpm at all (p8z77 4 pin cpu_header which is able to control EK's vardar fans). I have the 2nd gen and I have to leave it unplugged running 100%

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Rather sad to see a performance drop, but to quote the review summary:

Yeh - pretty much what FF measured with his single top test x2.

Drop is not that huge but it is a drop. I have tested this myself as I own both types and the CSQ variant is stronger - Although I don't have any recorded figures (was doing some quick tests for my Deja Vu build at the time).

BTW - Swiftech's MCP35X2 (DDC x2) is better yet again from a performance perspective.


Another mounting option which I knocked up:




Initially utilised the CSQ variant in my build:

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Only thing I could find was this review by fast_fate on Xtremerigs, which is for the single D5 version:
http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/12/23/ek-xtop-revo-d5-pump-top-review/

I'd also like to see a comparison with the previous gen. EK Dual-D5 tops, I have a Gen. 2 EK Dual D5 top, (serial) which I'm still running.
But, based on the results of the single pump version tested, it looks like the previous-gen. D5 pump tops offer somewhat better performance than the XTOP Revo.

Rather sad to see a performance drop, but to quote the review summary:

"The Revo D5 top is yet another great design from EK and we believe they chose the different aesthetics of a round top over pure performance offered in their previous CSQ and Rev.2 square shaped tops. At the end of the day the performance hit is minimal, but we do wish that the CSQ was still offered for those among us who want maximum performance from our cooling system components."

I read the review by fast_fate, great review by the way. thumb.gif Maybe he is up for some testing later on? So i started looking around for the CSQ block but it seems like it's sold out everywhere.
Guess I'll get a dual Revo top to use in my old rig and move the CSQ top to my new build smile.gif
But thanks for the help anyways.
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Hi Crew,

Thank you all that replied in regards to my CPU block orientation dilemma. I was looking at removing all installed tubing, motherboard and cards to turn it around. The other option as mentioned was to remove the CPU block in situ, on the board, with the board installed.

I sat there with a rum and coke, looking at all the time spent getting tubing and fittings in place. Then it hit me, simply move the inlet and outlet fittings and tubing as such. I extended both tubes, cut and done. I actually prefer the new look with the tube height being raised to go over the other fitting.

I had to drain the loop anyway, after running the Mayhems Blitz part 2 through all new fittings and tubing. Amazing how much still come out of new Bitspower fittings, blocks etc.

The only thing I noted was because of the Supremacy Evo design, flow through the CPU block was very slow/stagnant. This has caused the plastic insert to go cloudy.

Trouble with building a loop with parts still coming in. My flow direction was set in my mind, but the build constraints changed it. Didnt pick it up with the CPU block initially.

After I changed the fittings, flow is awesome and the WHOLE system was easier to fill and bleed. Looks great wit the X-1 Red in it.

I ended up using the EK D5 round clear pump top and X3 reservoir. Glad I did. Fits the build perfectly.

Again thank you to all for your time and help.

Cheers


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so this is happening with my x99 monoblock, as you can see big "gap" mad.gif I have separated loop for cpu and gpu. Water form pump is going straight to monoblock. When I shake case with pump on and get ride of all bubbles evertthing is fine till next switch on pc, again this nast gap. What am I doing wrong? mad.gif
p.s. it not my first watercooling build, but first with monoblock











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Put the rig on the side, shake it, get all the bubble out of the loop.
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Only thing I could find was this review by fast_fate on Xtremerigs, which is for the single D5 version:
http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/12/23/ek-xtop-revo-d5-pump-top-review/

I'd also like to see a comparison with the previous gen. EK Dual-D5 tops, I have a Gen. 2 EK Dual D5 top, (serial) which I'm still running.
But, based on the results of the single pump version tested, it looks like the previous-gen. D5 pump tops offer somewhat better performance than the XTOP Revo.

Rather sad to see a performance drop, but to quote the review summary:

"The Revo D5 top is yet another great design from EK and we believe they chose the different aesthetics of a round top over pure performance offered in their previous CSQ and Rev.2 square shaped tops. At the end of the day the performance hit is minimal, but we do wish that the CSQ was still offered for those among us who want maximum performance from our cooling system components."

I read the review by fast_fate, great review by the way. thumb.gif Maybe he is up for some testing later on? So i started looking around for the CSQ block but it seems like it's sold out everywhere.
Guess I'll get a dual Revo top to use in my old rig and move the CSQ top to my new build smile.gif
But thanks for the help anyways.
You may have also seen this review from VSG at ThermalBench:
http://thermalbench.com/2016/06/15/ek-xtop-revo-d5-featuring-the-ek-d5-pwm-g2-pump/

Again, it is for the single-D5 version, seems that it comes to a similar conclusion.
Interesting quote from VSG:

"There is a single dedicated inlet port and outlet port, and it would have been nice to have a second outlet port. But the motor can be rotated easily to have the outlet port face the direction desired so this is not a deal breaker. The top performance was slightly lacking relative to the top it directly replaced, although this is not really going to have a significant practical effect."

Personally I like the EK CSQ dual-D5 top the best, (crop circles notwithstanding, lol),as it had more inlet/outlet port options, and a better mounting system compared to my Gen. 2 version. As for the Revo, idk if I would want to make the switch just yet, but if you need a new one that's the only choice from EK now.
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