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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 05:19 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Puck View Post
Pre and post rad temps should be nearly identical in a running loop.

There is virtually no temp delta before and after the rad since the system quickly reaches equilibrium. You may measure 1-2c difference tops, not always 7-8c. If you are seeing that, one of your temp sensors is bad (swap them and the delta will move).

FWIW my ambient temp is currently 23c and my loop temp after just watching youtube for 30mins is 27.1c. If it was just the CPU though coolant would be whatever ambient is.
Right now on idle I have 1C difference when on full load (e.g. Prime 95) then the difference is greater and certainly not 1C. It is not 7-8C I just mentioned the extremes (lowest out of radiator on idle and highest before the radiator on load).

But my loop is big, my radiator is a external and holds 2L of water and when the water temp rises the FANS go from 550rpm to 1200C resulting in much higher drop in temps..

Prime 95 right now show 20C out 27C in....the sensors are fine....its the radiator that does a good damn job and being external makes it even more efficient.

However, I will test with another sensor too since I was also amazed at the difference. But having come from using a salt water aquarium and playing with a chiller in the past...this is possible if the rad/chiller whatever you use is of much higher cooling capacity than the amount of heat that enters in it at any given moment.

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No offense but, if thats what it takes to get acceptable temperatures count me out. HAHA.

I'm all for self-contained loops -- all internal. Applying this principle to an ITX rig proved to be even harder than i imagined, but i got there in the end.

well we are of two opinions here. I started 20 years ago water cooling my PC, back then I did install all my hardware inside the PC case. now, obviously that has changed, rather than completely opposing this change, maybe try asking why? to answer this question, It really comes down to looks, Vs performance. I no longer care how my system looks to others, I am more concerned with how well it keeps my hardware cool. I realize that this approach is not for everyone, but it works for me. here is a look at test build I did, before building that actual build.


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yea. here is a pic.
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Water idle 25 ~ 26C. GPU 25 ~ 26C. CPU 29 ~33C.
Water load 32 ~34C might spike up to 37C during benchmarking. GPU 47 ~ 52C. CPU 58 ~ 65C.
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