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post #1 of 211 (permalink) Old 11-01-2016, 04:52 PM - Thread Starter
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CPU, and Radiator upgrade, on water-cooled rig.

ok, so I have a AM3+ rig and the CPU has started to click as it is processing information. the FX8350 CPU in there now, is like 5 years old, so the CPU has done its job, now I am looking at replacing it, with the FX8370 CPU.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819113374

the full system specs.
http://imgur.com/a/SIem8

the completed build.



ok, so I did a cost out for this build as is it now, and I did a cost out for the upgrades I am adding to it.
the current build.
$400 PC case
$25 PC case fan wire extensions.
$30 PC case vandal power & reset switches
$40 4 strips of PC case CCFL lighting
$90 6 PC case fans corsair 120mm AF fans
$18 3 PC case fan filters
$70 PC case G-vans fans & light controller
$30 Asus DVD drive
$25 3.5" FP USB hub
$200 Asus sabertooth 990FX mobo
$150 FX8350 CPU
$200 Asus GTX480 video card
$283 Enermax 1350W PS
$220 Two intel 520 120G SSD's
$80 Samsung 8G 1600Mhz DDR3
these are the actual PC components.
$273 13 BP soft 90 3-way fittings
$116 4 BP 1/4 turn valves
$36 6 BP 25mm extensions
$80 10 BP male to male rotary fittings
$16 2 AC T-fittings
$16 2 PB 50mm extensions
$100 10 KL 3/8" X 5/8" compression fittings
$50 XSPC raystorm CPU water block
$108 DD GTX480 water block
$180 Two ST D5 pumps
$53 BP D5 pump top
$50 BP D5 pump top 250mm reservoir upgrade
$50 RH 250mm metal reservoir cover
$23 BP inline flow meter
$15 XSPC inline water temperature sensor
$90 6 corsair 120mm SP fans
$18 3 120mm fan filters
$127 Monstra 360mm radiator
$25 KL radiator mount
$28 2 BP 120mm fan to reservoir mounts
$50 2 radiator fan shrouds
$15 6' of 3/8" X 5/8" norprene tubing
$12 2 reservoir black lights
these are the water cooling upgrades added to the system.
the total for the build is currently at $3,422
now for the upgrades and replacement parts.
$127 Monstra 360mm radiator
$90 6 corsair 120mm SP fans
$168 8 BP soft 90 3-way fittings
$30 6 120mm fan shrouds
$96 Two KL radiator mounts
$58 2 BP 1/4 turn valves
$15 3 120mm fan filters
$16 2 BP 50mm extensions
$40 4 male to male rotary fittings
total for the upgrades $638
replacement parts
$220 FX9590 CPU
$180 2 KL D5 strong pumps at 24volts
total for replacement parts $400
so, after a little math, the new cost on this build will be, $4,212 total out the door, some assembly required.
this system is just used as a internet computer, so no heavy processing, or intense graphical needs for this system.

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AMD AM3+
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TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
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Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
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Gaming Pad
Audio
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G930 head set
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Intel i7 3930K
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Intel DX79SR
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RAM
G-Skill
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Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
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ok, so I have a AM3+ rig and the CPU has started to click as it is processing information. the FX8350 CPU in there now, is like 5 years old, so the CPU has done its job, now I am looking at replacing it, with the FX8370 CPU.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113374

the full system specs. are
motherboard, is a sabertooth 990fx R2.0
memory, 8G of corsair DDR3 duel channel 1600Mhz
video card, asus GTX480.

this system is just used as a internet computer, so no heavy processing, or intense graphical needs for this system.

any other suggestions for the CPU?

If you have a Sabertooth just get an 8320 and OC it. You'll get just as many GHz and for a bit cheaper.

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If you have a Sabertooth just get an 8320 and OC it. You'll get just as many GHz and for a bit cheaper.

this is a simple build as far as the water cooling goes, it is a single 360mm monstra radiator, cooling the CPU, and video card.
at stock speeds, this system runs cool, but I would like to avoid overclocking the hardware on this rig.

I am considering doing a upgrade to the water cooling as well, because I have to drain the system anyway to change out the CPU.

I have been considering, adding another 360mm monstra radiator to the water loop. this way I could clock the hardware a little at some point, without the system getting to hot.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
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Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
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Win7
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Asus
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The 8320 is going to run just as hot as the 8370 at 4.3GHz, if not less considering you won't be using stock voltage stepping if you do the OC right.

Plus, the heat output at 4.3GHz on Vishera won't be too bad. Maybe 70w idle, 170W loaded with both processors.

Just trying to save you some money man. 8320's are binned very well.

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ok, so I ended up with the FX9590 CPU for this build. I also got a second monstra 360mm radiator for the build. when it all gets here I will take the loop apart and install the new CPU and radiator for this build.

http://imgur.com/a/SIem8


I will clean it up, as I upgrade it. tongue.gif

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
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H2OQPower
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Win7
Monitor
Asus
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ok, so when I first did the lighting for this rig, I used the contact Velcro. I stuck one piece at each end of the light, and the other side I stuck to the case. this worked for about 3 months before the lights came loose the first time, and now 4 years later, it lasts about 5 min, before the light comes loose from the Velcro.
any suggestions on what to use to secure the lighting to the case?
I have a total 2 X 12", and 2 X 18", light strips on the build now, and I would like to be able to remove and replace the lights as they go out.

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https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
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H2OQPower
Operating System
Win7
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Asus
Keyboard
Razer
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ok, so how am I going to mount all of this hardware onto the case?
the new monstra 360mm radiator, will be mounted off the back of the case by two koolance 120mm radiator mounts.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/koolance-radiator-mounting-bracket-with-quick-release.html
the reservoir pump combo will be mounted off the back of the PC case, between the koolance radiator mounts, and the second pump will be mounted to the back of the PC case below the reservoir pump combo.
I will only have three of the fans with shrouds on the new radiator for now. the fans controller I have is a 35W per channel. so, I am only using two of the three fan channels, to power the 12 fans on the build now. the third channel will power all 6 of the fans on the new radiator.
the two radiators will be in a parallel configuration with each other, and the components will stay in the parallel configuration there in now.
my flow rates on the water loop, should increase from the 6.2LPM it is now, to a 9+LPM flow rate with the new setup. thumb.gif

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
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Win7
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Asus
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ok, so if I had to rebuild this rig from scratch I would use 2 X 480mm radiators, instead of the 360mm radiators that I did use. the reason that I would use 480mm radiators is because, 2 X 480mm radiators is enough space to cool a CPU, and video card, while overclocked, and under a heavy load. while a system with 2 X 360mm radiators on it, if the system is overclocked, and under a heavy load, the water will heat up. so, for me the ideal conditions on a water loop, is being able to have a 1C to 2C delta T, while the system is under a heavy load. this system when finished, will be able to do that, as long as I do not overclock any of the hardware. tongue.gif

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
Case
H2OQPower
Operating System
Win7
Monitor
Asus
Keyboard
Razer
Mouse
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ok, so I did a cost out for this build as is it now, and I did a cost out for the upgrades I am adding to it.
the current build.
$400 PC case
$25 PC case fan wire extensions.
$30 PC case vandal power & reset switches
$40 4 strips of PC case CCFL lighting
$90 6 PC case fans corsair 120mm AF fans
$18 3 PC case fan filters
$70 PC case G-vans fans & light controller
$30 Asus DVD drive
$25 3.5" FP USB hub
$200 Asus sabertooth 990FX mobo
$150 FX8350 CPU
$200 Asus GTX480 video card
$283 Enermax 1350W PS
$220 Two intel 520 120G SSD's
$80 Samsung 8G 1600Mhz DDR3
these are the actual PC components.
$273 13 BP soft 90 3-way fittings
$116 4 BP 1/4 turn valves
$36 6 BP 25mm extensions
$80 10 BP male to male rotary fittings
$16 2 AC T-fittings
$16 2 PB 50mm extensions
$100 10 KL 3/8" X 5/8" compression fittings
$50 XSPC raystorm CPU water block
$108 DD GTX480 water block
$180 Two ST D5 pumps
$53 BP D5 pump top
$50 BP D5 pump top 250mm reservoir upgrade
$50 RH 250mm metal reservoir cover
$23 BP inline flow meter
$15 XSPC inline water temperature sensor
$90 6 corsair 120mm SP fans
$18 3 120mm fan filters
$127 Monstra 360mm radiator
$25 KL radiator mount
$28 2 BP 120mm fan to reservoir mounts
$50 2 radiator fan shrouds
$15 6' of 3/8" X 5/8" norprene tubing
$12 2 reservoir black lights
these are the water cooling upgrades added to the system.
the total for the build is currently at $3,422
now for the upgrades and replacement parts.
$127 Monstra 360mm radiator
$90 6 corsair 120mm SP fans
$168 8 BP soft 90 3-way fittings
$30 6 120mm fan shrouds
$96 Two KL radiator mounts
$58 2 BP 1/4 turn valves
$15 3 120mm fan filters
$16 2 BP 50mm extensions
$40 4 male to male rotary fittings
total for the upgrades $638
replacement parts
$220 FX9590 CPU
$90 ST D5 pump
total for replacement parts $310
so, after a little math, the new cost on this build will be, $4,122 total out the door, some assembly required. biggrin.gif

https://www.overclock.net/forum/rigbu...tle=AMD+AM3%2B
AMD AM3+
(13 items)
TEC Power
(21 items)
CPU
FX9590
Motherboard
Asus Sabertooth 990FX
GPU
GTX580
RAM
Samsung 1600
Hard Drive
Intel 520 SSD 120Gigs
Optical Drive
DVD
Power Supply
Enermax 1350
Cooling
water cooled
Monitor
Asus 27"
Keyboard
microsoft ergo
Mouse
RAT 9
Mousepad
steel series
Audio
ZX 7
CPU
3930K
Motherboard
DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G skill 2133Mhz
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus
Power Supply
OCZ 1250W, TT 600W, PowerMax 4 X 500W
Cooling
9 X TEC's 250W 15A 24V
Cooling
Standard Water cooling to cool the TEC's 6 X 360mm radiators
Cooling
19 X CPU water blocks
Cooling
2 X GTX580 GPU water blocks
Cooling
6 X water pumps
Cooling
3 X CPU air coolers
Case
Coustom PC case inside a vacuum chamber
Operating System
Windows 7
Monitor
Dell 30" ultra sharp
Keyboard
Blackwidow
Mouse
RAT 9
Mouse
Gaming Pad
Audio
2.1 sound
Audio
G930 head set
CPU
Intel i7 3930K
Motherboard
Intel DX79SR
GPU
GTX580
RAM
G-Skill
Hard Drive
Intel 3700
Optical Drive
Asus DVD
Power Supply
1250W
Cooling
Water Cooled
Case
H2OQPower
Operating System
Win7
Monitor
Asus
Keyboard
Razer
Mouse
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ok, so as far as PC case modifications needed to make all of the work, it worked it out to me only needing to drill 4 holes in the back of the case. with those holes drilled, I can mount one of the water pumps directly to the back of the PC case, and secure it. as for every thing else going on this build, there are already holes in the PC case where they need to be, for all of the rest of the hardware to be mounted, and secured, with that said, this upgrade should go rather quickly. I figure it will take me about two weeks to break every thing down, and clean it all. then about another two weeks, to assemble every thing, and have the water loop tested, so that it will be ready for starting the system up. I should have all of the parts here for this build, sometime between the 19th and the 29th of this month. I will let you know how it goes, and have pics posted of the completed system, with the new upgrades.