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post #41 of 71 (permalink) Old 03-21-2020, 07:15 AM
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That is awesome. I want to switch over to just a single MORA 420 so I can finally put my computer case under my desk rather than behind it. I plan on using 9 pwm eloops. I currently run a 360x45 and 420x45 rad with pwm Eloops. My case starves for cool air under the desk with the rads in it. Being able to remove the rads from the case will allow the move under the desk.

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A 3950x already runs hot and we don't know how hot the next Nvidia card will be. Plus I've repeatedly read more rad area means more cooling potential means fans running lower RPM.
This is the point most are missing... Silence
I have dual D5 pumps for a Phoyba 1080 that has 9 pwm fans which cools overclocked 3900x 4450 all cores and a 2080 Ti XC Ultra +150cc +1000mc. Due to the 1080 being external it is very efficient.
Even while gaming I can barely hear it so your point makes perfect sense to me.
My last loop had a single d5 with 360 monsta and 480 in a Phanteks Enthoo Primo and had 12 fans in push/pull which was good but a bit noisy after three hours of gaming. Point being your config is key to keep that noise down.

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more pumps, more rads, more fans, = more cooling with less noise.

unless you're like me, & still run everything at full blast.

room's too quiet without wirrrrr. I just cut to an idle profile @ night. cuz MCP35x2 is anything but quiet.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
more pumps, more rads, more fans, = more cooling with less noise.

unless you're like me, & still run everything at full blast.

room's too quiet without wirrrrr. I just cut to an idle profile @ night. cuz MCP35x2 is anything but quiet.
I know this, you don't like to quiet do you
Would my assumption be wrong, you in your 50's, maybe I'm whey off

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I have 2 Hardware Labs 560 rads and 2 360 My Gigabyte water force 2080 doesn't flow well. I put my 3900x with EK Monoblock on one loop and 2080 on a separate identical loop, both with Aquacomputer nD5 Next pumps. I find that there is such a difference in the flow rate by separating them I can better control each one. I have a Rainintek Eris Evo case. Yes, some of the Hardware Labs rads are dual-pass so it takes a little more juice in the pump.
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I have 2950 with 2080 ti one rad 360 with one D5 temp never go more then 4 Deg C above ambient even under heavy loads, video editing or games you can check my build hire
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I have 2950 with 2080 ti one rad 360 with one D5 temp never go more then 4 Deg C above ambient even under heavy loads, video editing or games you can check my build hire
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpEQI1LSfhE&t=23s" for some reasons mod remove link to my build as he thinks is some type of advertising I DO NOT sale anything or offer anything it is only
to show people compability of components and proper assembly

That must be one hell of a 360 radiator, I run a 480 and 3 360's in a Enthoo Elite and my water temp goes to around 7-8c over ambient under full GPU load (350ish watts). Maybe open air helps that much.
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we use push-pull system total of 6 fans this make a lot of difference also back of the case is open
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we use push-pull system total of 6 fans this make a lot of difference also back of the case is open
No way a 360 would keep water 4 degrees over ambient with that setup. It would not be able to do it with only one of the components.

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Looks like the planning / ideas are coming along nicely !

I'm running a Thermaltake Tower 900 ( so lots of room ) and have a BlackIce 560 and a BlackIce 280. Each has dual D5's attached to a BitsPower Dual D5 acrylic Top for redundancy. Everything runs very cool and very quiet, but more is always better !

If you can afford more … by all means go for It !
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