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Testing direct die waterblock and TEC block on Haswell!

My 4770K has arrived, together with Gigabyte Z87 OC motherboard. bike.gif
Time for some benching!

Here is what I am going to do:
1. Delid and replace TIM (of course)
2. Test with straight water cooling (Koolance CPU380 waterblock)
3. Direct die water cooling with a custom direct die water block (KOC Waterblock WXE)
4. Subambient cooling and OC to the hell with my 62mm TEC block (KOC T38)!

- - - -Koolance CPU380 - - - - - - - - - - -KOC WXE- - - - - - - - - - - -KOC T38 - - - - -



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Temperature comparison between blocks:


*Benchmark software used: AIDA (ver 3.0) stability test. Core temps are taken from the core package average after all temps are stabilized. Water temperature is taken at the water block inlet. Ambient temperature is between 23-26C.

Detailed results:
Koolance CPU380
KOC WXE, IHS on
KOC WXE, IHS off
KOC T38

OC results with KOC WXE direct die water block:

4.8GHz Cinebench:



OC result using KOC T38:

5.3Ghz Super Pi:


5.0Ghz Cinebench:


5GHz AIDA stability test:
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My 4770K has arrived, together with Gigabyte Z87 OC motherboard. bike.gif
Time for some OC action!

Here is what I am going to do:
1. Delid and replace TIM (of course)
2. Test with straight water cooling (with CPU380 waterblock)
3. Direct die water cooling with a custom direct die water block
4. Subambient cooling and OC to the hell with my 62mm TEC block!

A lot of pictures coming! Please sub for more details biggrin.gif

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Should be interesting to see how cool you can get one of the new Haswell CPUs with this.

Is this the TEC you're using?
http://www.customthermoelectric.com/tecs/pdf/03111-5M31-40CQ_spec_sht.pdf

And what are you using for a coldplate? Because your CPU's IHS is about 38mm x 38mm, if you're using the LGA1150.

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Should be interesting to see how cool you can get one of the new Haswell CPUs with this.

Is this the TEC you're using?
http://www.customthermoelectric.com/tecs/pdf/03111-5M31-40CQ_spec_sht.pdf

And what are you using for a coldplate? Because your CPU's IHS is about 38mm x 38mm, if you're using the LGA1150.

No, this is the TEC I will use: http://www.customthermoelectric.com/tecs/pdf/19911-5M31-28CZ_spec_sht.pdf
Qmax 400W is the largest Qmax commonly available in US. I have also sourced a 500W Qmax TEC from China. I am going to see how it performs.
See my sig for the 62mm TEC block smile.gif

The IHS dimension poses no problem. I can machine the bottom of the cold plate to its size.
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No, this is the TEC I will use: http://www.customthermoelectric.com/tecs/pdf/19911-5M31-28CZ_spec_sht.pdf
Qmax 400W is the largest Qmax commonly available in US. I have also sourced a 500W Qmax TEC from China. I am going to see how it performs.
See my sig for the 62mm TEC block smile.gif

The IHS dimension poses no problem. I can machine the bottom of the cold plate to its size.

doh.gif that's the one I meant to linK XD not sure how I accidentally clicked the 85Qmax one, but now I feel stupid.

Are you gunna undervolt it to 12v so you can run it with a standard PSU, or are you going the fancy route with an Auxiliary Power Supply?
Are you using an aluminum or a copper coldplate? I've been trying to track down a 62mm (or similar) copper coldplate, but can't find one.

On a side note, can you throw up a link to that 500Qmax TEC from china?

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doh.gif that's the one I meant to linK XD not sure how I accidentally clicked the 85Qmax one, but now I feel stupid.

Are you using an aluminum or a copper coldplate? I've been trying to track down a 62mm (or similar) copper coldplate, but can't find one. On a side note, can you throw up a link to that 500Qmax TEC from china?

Yeah, I thought you meant the 400W one smile.gif Normally it's at the bottom of the list but today it's the 85Qmax one.
It's all copper (alloy 110). Here is the underside of the cold plate:



Here is the link to the 500w TEC (TEC1-24130): http://www.taileng.com/en-temodule-special.htm
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Yeah, I thought you meant the 400W one smile.gif Normally it's at the bottom of the list but today it's the 85Qmax one.
It's all copper (alloy 110). Here is the underside of the cold plate:


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Do you know where to pick up a coldplate like that, or was it custom milled?

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