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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-11-2019, 06:44 AM
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Hi,
Yep typical for a rad with ports on top instead of on the bottom.
Really need to increase the flow to get that air out.

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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-11-2019, 07:49 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by leonman44 View Post
Is there a cpu lottery on temps? I thought it was only for the overclock.

I have the intake 2 fans on the motherboard rear one running 60% until 75c which ramps up 100%
Bottom fan switching off (it makes a lot noice for some reason on this specific case) until 55c , then 60% until 75c that again ramps up 100%

All radiators fans are as exhaust connected to the case fan controller , i am running it at 1/3 of their speed to keep it quiet but even at full speed the performance gain is small compared to the noise gain.

I also removed the filters from inside the front and top panels , also completely removed the bottom panels so i can improve the raw airflow.

* The top rad is from the phobya's 60mm one but i think its rebranded Alphacool UT60 with the kits 3 included fans and the front one is the PE360 from ek with vardar fans.
When I said that about the lottery I was thinking that some chips overclock well and dont heat up alot when voltage is added. But I dont think this is the case here after noticing that your fan orientation. As stated already switching the rear fan into a exhaust with the top and front fans being intakes both maximize the cooling the rads will do and keep the system dust free as the intakes you want to be filtered and with that many intakes the case will be positive pressured meaning that air will be flowing through every gap it can. The rads and fans are good and fan speed isnt a issue here.


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oh shart! look at that. A tiny little jet plate. It's so cute! Maybe I'm just way behind these days.
you're definitely correct here, sir.

looks like I'm just behind on the times. I hadn't seen this new block style from EK yet, cuz I haven't looked at 20xx series at all.

My 1080ti blocks still use the classic style that ran from like fermi+
Interesting, my EK 1080 Ti waterblock has the jetplate in my block.

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Hi,
If you have an ek cpu block that jet plate usually gets clogged in short order depending on what fluid you use it seems to trap everthing in it where as the gpu jet plate does but not near as much
But a clogged jet plate will slow flow down quite a bit.

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Ok guys , just finished the job.

-Corrected the gpu flaw pattern

-Delidded for 3rd time my cpu as i was thinking that the relid glue was too thick , and didnt glue it this time at all so i can get the best cpu contact i could.

-Drained the liquid from the blitz kit part 2 , filled it up with dionized water (distilled is not available in my Greece), checked the ph after a lot drains , added inhibitor + and biocide+

-Got all air out of my both rads by unscrewing them during working state (mobo wasnt running just the pump) and shaked it like a crazy monkey until no bubble was coming out.

THE RESULTS

The Card now is running just a bit better and i am more than pleased with the temps.

The cpu is running way hotter than yesterday , i am hitting 80s so i will have to open the cpu and repaste everything with conductonaut AGAIN.

My tubing got noticeably clouded by the blitz kit part 2 and even worse i had to replace the top gpu's tubing and thats not nice at all.

As for the fan orientation , i did a test , i removed the whole side panel and placed my fan in front of the pc as not expected temps dropped only by 2c which means that even by using negative pressure with no filtering the airflow performance is not the bottleneck here.

Why this cpu is so unmanageable?
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Hey @leonman44 I would change the rear fans to intake and push/pull if you have room for that and keep the dust filters.

Bottom has 140mm fans?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Miiksu View Post
Hey @leonman44 I would change the rear fans to intake and push/pull if you have room for that and keep the dust filters.



Bottom has 140mm fans?
The rear is 140mm, bottom could do 2x120mm but theres only room for 1x120 now, both rear and bottom fans are as intake. I don't mind the removal of the dust filters as i clean my pc every week and the performance gain is about 5c. In my situation i think its worth it.


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Why this cpu is so unmanageable?
Modern CPUs seem to spike temp faster than it can transfer out. Side effect of all that die shrink = same heat in a far smaller area = harder to remove.
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