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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 07-31-2019, 10:19 PM
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Typically 15-25C rise above ambient for a medium low range setup
Typically 5-10C Rise above ambien for a high end setup (3x 360mm doubble standard thickness alloy rad with fans running on low speed Soundless devil build I own)
Typically -5 to 5C diffrence between ambient for peltier cooling the water or warter chiller setup

Hot tubes isn't a concern if they don't bend and block them selvs up reducing the flow
But is a issue if they got so hot and start leaking, though should be rare

My tubes very cheap ones do soften over time even if it is not exposed to temps more than 40C
If you want rock solid operation you can by the springs plastic ones to help it prevent bending, possible for sale on aliexpress.
Also buying the expensive tubing will have high flexibiily relibality and not block flow when bent.
Even better is to route the stuff using combo of straight and 90 degree fittings to get it straight
You can buy 90 degree pices which connect 8mm to 8mm tubing or 10mm to 10mm tubing.

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Temps are from my exprience and these are assuming your fully loading the system up using prime testing.
Also running the fans at medium to low speeds

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Quote: Originally Posted by Moose-Tech View Post
With the ambient temp your AQ6 could control your fan curves and even your pump speed off the Delta (difference) of your ambient and your loop.
Under Virtual Temperature Sensors you would create an "Absolute temperature difference" sensor based on your Loop water temp (Sensor 1) and Ambient (Sensor 2).
Wow! That really makes me want an AQ6! Time to go shopping.

Good advice. That is a feature I have wanted for years, since I got my first 4x140 radiator and realized that all available methods of fan speed control resulted in too slow when gaming in a cold room and/or too fast when idle in a hot room.

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I have a 1080TI and 8700k and they are cooled by 2x GTS360's. Both are OC'ed.
My watertemp is 8°C over ambient, which is usually 33-34°C with the fans at 1150rpm in AAA games. Heaven is pretty lightweight in terms of heat output because it doesn't make the CPU work hard.

That VEGA64 is probably dumping a lot of heat into the loop. And something that helped for me, was switching to intake on all my rads instead of intake/exhaust.

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Thanks for the advice everyone i really appreciate it. I'll have a go setting up my AQ6 to use the Delta for the fan curves.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Asmodian View Post
Wow! That really makes me want an AQ6! Time to go shopping.

Good advice. That is a feature I have wanted for years, since I got my first 4x140 radiator and realized that all available methods of fan speed control resulted in too slow when gaming in a cold room and/or too fast when idle in a hot room.
That's how I have mine setup. And I don't setup a fan curve, I just set a prefered delta temperature and the Aquaero will detect how fast the fans needs to spin.
I have setup a 8°C delta target and my fans spins at 400rpm (fans can't go slower) during idle for a 6-7° delta T. When I launch a game, my watertemp will start rising and once it's hitting around 8°C, the fans start to ramp up. When playing an AAA game, the fan speed settles around 1150rpm. When playing CSGO, the fans spin at 750rpm for the same delta. So the fans will only spin fast enough to keep my water delta where I want it.
And if you want to raise or lower the fanspeed, just set your target 1°C higher or lower and see where it brings you.

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the "prefered delta" setting is crap and wont really work for me. Set the temp to 4°(example) and it will speed up the fans till 100% at the end and that will trigger the overcurrent protection(8 fans on a header)(4 on another header)

I like the curve setting more. But thats only my oldschool taste xD

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I get about a 11 degree difference from water temps and ambient in my custom loop but it's all contained within a very small ITX machine. So i think the figures others have stated is rather accurate.

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In my experience the pump usually has the lowest max safe operating temp out of all the components, for the old D5 (non PWM) it was 50C. As long as your water is below the max safe temp of your components then no need to worry.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Streetdragon View Post
the "prefered delta" setting is crap and wont really work for me. Set the temp to 4°(example) and it will speed up the fans till 100% at the end and that will trigger the overcurrent protection(8 fans on a header)(4 on another header)

I like the curve setting more. But thats only my oldschool taste xD
Strange, I have 6 fans on 1 header and I'm not having any issues. The AQ6 can handle a lot on a single header.
And you could also setup a max fan speed in the settings so they don't trigger the overcurrent protection.

I didn't like the curve because it constantly change the fan speeds and that's annoying to hear. With my target controller, it adapts the fan speeds slowly if the loads are changing and if there is no load difference, it keeps the fan speed very constant. You can have some overshoot when starting a game, but nothing too bad.

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Hi,
Not sure how the hint was missed this op doesn't even know what temperature the room is where he/ she is sitting
Hard to take this thread seriously

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