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Another Alphacool is on TOP. wink.gif
With one it would be a really deep fryer.
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post #17092 of 21157
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Originally Posted by 1Scotty1 View Post

Not every case supports massive rad space... I have an X99 CPU and two 980Tis and maximum I went is 360+240, because there is no place for more in my case

that's the part(and idea) of water cooling; pick your components wisely to cool chips as good as possible. 360+240 weren't even enough for my old gtx970 and i5 4690k... I don't even wanna think what happens to your system.
you're better off air cool them.
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Originally Posted by muzammil84 View Post

that's the part(and idea) of water cooling; pick your components wisely to cool chips as good as possible. 360+240 weren't even enough for my old gtx970 and i5 4690k... I don't even wanna think what happens to your system.
you're better off air cool them.

As long as I am not overclocking balls to the walls, it shouldn't be that tragic... or?

Funny, that before this I had one 980Ti and a 5820K on a single 360 and no issues whatsoever, 25°C idle and 50°C at load
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Originally Posted by muzammil84 View Post

that's the part(and idea) of water cooling; pick your components wisely to cool chips as good as possible. 360+240 weren't even enough for my old gtx970 and i5 4690k... I don't even wanna think what happens to your system.
you're better off air cool them.

I find that VERY hard to believe. I have a 360+240 for an i5 4690k@1.2v and an r9 390 which runs FAR hotter then a gtx 970. My r9 390 with your average ambient temp of 21°C has never gone above 43°C and my i5 4690k would never even reach 50°C.

But to each his own. Personally i wouldn't buy a case and then decide what rads to use because it fits. Id buy a couple 360s or a couple 480s then decide what case would fit that. The point isn't the more the better, the point is, the more the better and the cooler everything will stay, including the very important VRMs on the gpus.
    
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I find that VERY hard to believe. I have a 360+240 for an i5 4690k@1.2v and an r9 390 which runs FAR hotter then a gtx 970. My r9 390 with your average ambient temp of 21°C has never gone above 43°C and my i5 4690k would never even reach 50°C.

But to each his own. Personally i wouldn't buy a case and then decide what rads to use because it fits. Id buy a couple 360s or a couple 480s then decide what case would fit that. The point isn't the more the better, the point is, the more the better and the cooler everything will stay, including the very important VRMs on the gpus.

goals. my is water temp not reaching 30°C on max load for hrs of gaming.
and SILENCE. I don't spin my fans over 900rpm because it's too loud for me, that's why I go with rad area.
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goals. my is water temp not reaching 30°C on max load for hrs of gaming.
and SILENCE. I don't spin my fans over 900rpm because it's too loud for me, that's why I go with rad area.

Ok i spin mine at 1100-1200rpm still pretty damn silent and thats with one rad being push/pull. If my ambient is 21°C with no AC, my case ambient will be 21-23°C and my water temp would be 28-29°C. Pretty sure the UK is also quite a bit cooler then southern France lol.

Might need better case airflow if a 360/240 weren't enough.
    
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Originally Posted by muzammil84 View Post

that's the part(and idea) of water cooling; pick your components wisely to cool chips as good as possible. 360+240 weren't even enough for my old gtx970 and i5 4690k... I don't even wanna think what happens to your system.
you're better off air cool them.

That's wierd. Two thin 280 rads with low SP fans is more than enough for my overclocked 970s and an overclocked 5930k. Perhaps it was something other than the amount of rad space you had.
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Originally Posted by kl6mk6 View Post

That's wierd. Two thin 280 rads with low SP fans is more than enough for my overclocked 970s and an overclocked 5930k. Perhaps it was something other than the amount of rad space you had.

like I said before, less than 30°C water temp and fans spinning at 600-800 is my goal. don't know what's "enough" for you
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Originally Posted by muzammil84 View Post

like I said before, less than 30°C water temp and fans spinning at 600-800 is my goal. don't know what's "enough" for you

Thats where im at with fan speeds a bit higher at 1100-1200 but you would need some low fpi rads to run fans that low. They'd produce barely any static pressure at that low of an rpm and if you have high fpi fans your temps would well, pretty much suck. Also very highly depends on how you have the rads set up. If one is set as intake and one as exhaust, the one as exhaust is just going to suck up 35°C+ air temps instead of cool ambient air. Ive tested exhaust air temps out of the rad and they get quite warm.
    
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Hey, EK - got a problem here. Hey @akira749

I had bought a pair of Ek Water Blocks EK-FC7970 - EN Nickel Plated Clear Full Cover for my Radeon HD 7970Ghz Edition GPU (CSQ Design) which has been flaking badly. I had it running for about a year with distilled water and Dazmode Protector.

https://www.dazmode.com/store/product/dazmode_protector/

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 85

Here's the photos which showing the flaking when dismantling for summer cleaning....











So Am I qualified for a RMA or it's a lost cause??

I have been buying EK products for long time and been a loyal customer, I even referred alot of friends to EK as well.

Hope it will get resolved.
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