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Water cooled rig - Push and pull setup done temperatures not clear, any help?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Knoxx29, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. Knoxx29

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    Hi guys, today I I finished my push and pull setup but my temperatures are not clear, can someone help
    Me?
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    So what are you temps now with your setup complete?
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    No clear...
    With real temp gt - between 22 and 27
    With occt - between 30 and 33
    With real temp - 29 and 33
    What a mess
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    From what I know RealtempGT is for 6core intel cpus. You have an i7 3770 in you system specs. Occt and normal real temp show you the same thing, so that's what I would trust.
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    I use real temp on my pcs and is always been pretty spot on, at least compared to Hardwaremonitor, which are pretty much all I use.

    Besides, I'd be more concerned with load temps than idle temps. ;) what are your load temps?
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  6. Knoxx29

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    load temps are 50 c



    Here you can see better
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    No one else can help?
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    Your temps look fine, they are within 5º from monitoring program. Does it really bother you that one program tells you 32C and the other 25C? How about you contact the software developer and ask what they think.

    There's nothing to help with though, its simply one monitoring program is telling you one thing and another one is telling you something else.
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    Right now I am doing a 15 minutes full load test and temperatures keep going up and down
    From 52 to 57 c it's that normal?
    And it's the same in idle, temperatures goes up and down from 28 to 33 c
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    Yeah, its normal for temps to shift. Whats your loop consist of?

    Typically the more radiators the more heat will be evenly dissipated. So unless you have like 3x120mm rads with push pull then I'd say your just fine. :)
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    Run IntelBurn Test. Use HIGH setting and see what your temps are.
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    You're right but its ok to have 32 c when your system it's water cooled and you're just cooling a CPU and even you use a push a pull setup with fans running at 3000rpm?
    I
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    It's fine. My 4770k sits in the 30s in idle with 2x 360 rads. All's well
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    COOLER SYSTEM

    radiator #1
    Black ICE GTX Extreme 480
    Fans 4X - YS-Tech Fan 120x120x25 - 2,16W 3000rpm
    Enermax T.B. Vegas Duo 120mm Blue - 1700rpm
    Radiator #1 in push and pull setup

    Radiator #2
    Black ICE GTX Extreme 240
    Fans 2X
    Enermax T.B. Vegas Duo 120mm Blue - 1700rpm

    Cpu block
    innovatek XX-Flow rev2.0

    Reservoir
    XSPC 5,25" Bay Reservoir Alu Front

    Pump
    Alphacool VPP655

    Fan controller
    Lamptron FC6 fan controller

    Koolance Radiator Montage Halterung

    Ram cooler
    Kingston HyperX RAM Cooling Fan

    Tubing
    innovatek Special
    (UV-aktiv)

    Front fan
    Cooler Master MegaFlow 200mm Red LED

    Right side panel
    Fans 4 X
    :respect:
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    Done a test with interburn in high mode temperatures were 50c
    Now I will do one more test in maximum mode
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    Sounds like a nice set up. What are the chances we can get some sexy pc hardware pics?
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    Looks good! Temperatures seem very good for a 3770.
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    Thanks!!!
    Btw nex Month I will upgrade
    Motherboard, processor, cpu water block , ram and ssd
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    Different programs will read different temps (Just depends on how they read from the sensor). Try AIDA64. And use normal Real Temp, not GT (Normal real temp and OCCT are giving same temps).

    You can try CoreTemp too, see what that reads.
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    I used Both temperatures are 30 and 31 c
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    those extra fans will be like a drop of cold water into a fresh mountain spring dude.

    it will have an effect but that effect will be small as there is already a massive amount of cooling ability there.
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    Agree with you!
    There's just 2 or 3 c difference
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    you did a big mistake.....
    the big radiator is not in the right position , the heat is at the top so waters that goes out of it , drains the heat [again]
    you should flip the big radiator upside-down

    here is the plan :

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    with a box like that
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    having two holes for tubes and one for letting in the power cable . that is a security to prevent an accident that would cause water to get out of the loop


    here is a pc of me looking like your :

    [​IMG]

    i changed the mainboard for a sli one
    look at the temp playing rage , i live in south of france with 17*c [not under the sun ;']
    [​IMG]

    40 *c in the cpu , above 50 *c the loop should be reworked and optimized ...
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  25. Devon68

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    Why all those radiators when you are using a 3770 which cant be OC'd like the K version. You could have gotten the same temps with some better AIO cooler.
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