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06-25-2019 01:32 AM
VeritronX
Quote: Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post
I’m using 240+360rad to cool my [email protected]+MOSFETs + 1080ti temps under load are CPU:55c-58c and GPU:52-55c.

I’m planning on upgrading to either 3900x or 9900ks depending on which is better gaming, and possibly adding a second 1080ti

Are my temps going to increase by large margin ? I really don’t want to switch my 240rad for 360 as I don’t like the look of the route I’d have to do for the tubing.
Just changing from an overclocked 4790K with it's mosfets being cooled to an overclocked 3900X without mosfets being cooled should be within +/- 10W and shouldn't make a noticable difference to temps, adding another ~300W videocard would make a huge difference to temps, increasing the water temp delta over ambient by over 60%. Even just getting the 9900KS would bump the temps up by a noticable amount, adding up to 100W more than your current setup if it also has it's mosfets being cooled.
06-24-2019 10:24 PM
TeslaHUN
Quote: Originally Posted by Qu1ckset View Post
I’m using 240+360rad to cool my [email protected]+MOSFETs + 1080ti temps under load are CPU:55c-58c and GPU:52-55c.

I’m planning on upgrading to either 3900x or 9900ks depending on which is better gaming, and possibly adding a second 1080ti

Are my temps going to increase by large margin ? I really don’t want to switch my 240rad for 360 as I don’t like the look of the route I’d have to do for the tubing.
Sorry but no way to cool 800W (2x 300W VGA + OC cpu+ mofset) with only 360+240 rad , maybe with 2000rpm fans .
06-24-2019 08:15 PM
bluedevil
Quote: Originally Posted by DarthBaggins View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
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I can't wait to try out the block line-ups from EK, the new style/appearance just looks so clean and professional.
Likewise. 👌
06-24-2019 03:00 PM
DarthBaggins
Quote: Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
I can't wait to try out the block line-ups from EK, the new style/appearance just looks so clean and professional.
06-24-2019 09:02 AM
Qu1ckset I’m using 240+360rad to cool my [email protected]+MOSFETs + 1080ti temps under load are CPU:55c-58c and GPU:52-55c.

I’m planning on upgrading to either 3900x or 9900ks depending on which is better gaming, and possibly adding a second 1080ti

Are my temps going to increase by large margin ? I really don’t want to switch my 240rad for 360 as I don’t like the look of the route I’d have to do for the tubing.
06-24-2019 07:21 AM
whwidjaja I spent couple of hours on the weekends to re-do the loop to make it look more symmetrical.
06-24-2019 07:14 AM
whwidjaja
Quote: Originally Posted by rolandos582 View Post
Not bad! I see you have acoustic foam, do you actually notice improvement from it? For the cost of it, i thought it was only beneficial if you have alot of it in the entire room.

Non the less, looks clean!
sorry for the late reply. oh yes, the improvement is like day and night especially since it is a concrete wall.
06-24-2019 04:25 AM
rolandos582
Quote: Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post
It depends on the room itself and how reflective it is... if the other walls have bookcases, drapes, a bed, carpets, etc... then treating the 'bounce' wall does have some significant benefits. I assume he was getting some echo from a rear bounce and the foam helped it (although I have no idea).


My office is a perfect square (horrible) and all hard surfaces in every direction - but since it's a leased office I can't really do foam... so I bought 8 2'x4'x2" absorbers and spaced them around the room. Not only does my PC audio sound great, but I no longer hear my voice echo when I'm on the phone or having a discussion with a co-worker.


I used these: Acoustimac DMD242



Not as inexpensive as tacking foam squares for sure, but much easier to move to my next office.


I foamed a previous build as well... but that's a waste of time and effort IMO. However, there's a great solution for that... turn up the volume until it isn't audible any longer.
Hmm I see, yeah my ''gaming room'' is terrible. There's only 1 straight wall and that's directly behind my studio monitors/monitors. The rest of the walls are all tilted. Welcome to the attic ;(
I'm always wondering if foam/absorbers etc will do any benefits. I guess it could. Got any pictures of your setup?
06-23-2019 01:08 AM
DiGiCiDAL
Quote: Originally Posted by rolandos582 View Post
I was talking more about the foam on the wall 😂

It depends on the room itself and how reflective it is... if the other walls have bookcases, drapes, a bed, carpets, etc... then treating the 'bounce' wall does have some significant benefits. I assume he was getting some echo from a rear bounce and the foam helped it (although I have no idea).


My office is a perfect square (horrible) and all hard surfaces in every direction - but since it's a leased office I can't really do foam... so I bought 8 2'x4'x2" absorbers and spaced them around the room. Not only does my PC audio sound great, but I no longer hear my voice echo when I'm on the phone or having a discussion with a co-worker.


I used these: Acoustimac DMD242



Not as inexpensive as tacking foam squares for sure, but much easier to move to my next office.


I foamed a previous build as well... but that's a waste of time and effort IMO. However, there's a great solution for that... turn up the volume until it isn't audible any longer.
06-22-2019 08:01 AM
B NEGATIVE
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