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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. ChaoticAtmosphere

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    Look up. Look way up.
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    It threw me off a bit at first :laugh:

    Anyhow moonpig, great freakin' build and love how clean the whole setup looks with the new monitor and all. :toast:

    Can't wait, you never fail to impress me with your builds :respect:
    Looking good, love the mounting on the H50 :toast:
     
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    this is also posted in my P-log but most people haven't seen it so i'm posting it here too.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Looking better everytime Tim, that's what counts. Improvements and dedication. You never give up and that's what I like about you :toast:
     
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    I still can't seem to get it how i want but i am working on it still and will keep working at it till i get what i want.

    i think it would look better if i took the outlet to the pump and put it on the one closer to it.or just sell the loop all together and get a Coolit ECO
     
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    Ultra cheap water cooling?:D
     
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    Tim if you can get me some pics of your case by the backside of the mobo so I can see what you got going on back there and stuff I might be able to throw in some ideas. I'm pretty good with cable management so I might be able to help a bit :)

    effortless hardware ruining too! :laugh:
     
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    I will have to do that when i am feeling better i don't want to have to move the case right now. :toast:
     
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    I ain't going nowhere Tim :)
     
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    the temps aren't so great. my i7@3.9ghz@1.27v loads 63c
     
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    UHM... those are AMAZING temps for an i7 r u kidding?
     
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    thats quite high for a WC setup this good.
    have you found out why?
     
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    his block is good, but not the best performing... also, even me scratches the 50ies sometimes with a 955 @ 3.8 ghz 1.44v... and my radiation area is severely bigger,my block is better and my pump power is also not the problem anymore... seems like we have some heaty days just ;)
     
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    They can be high because of the chip alone... he could have a hot chip with HT ON... is yours C0 or D0?

    63C on a chip like i7, im presuming this is Linpack Load, with HT on, is very very good. You would be dancing in the high 70's low 80's with aircoolers. Everyone that is saying that these temps are high has either a core2 or a phenom, both of which run (or at least register on their temp sensors) much lower temps.

    If you had a Q9650 or something like that you would be in the low 50's.
     
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    I wonder what load temps would be w/o HT? I'm assuming it may crunch a tiny bit less, but temps should drop roughly 5º.
     
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    My temps on water @ 4ghz is 79 deg cel full load on linx with max cores/threads and mem.

    i think if i had a better rad and some good high flow fans to do a push/pull it would be around 70 im assuming but i dont think anything short of a TEC to lower the temps with my current setup
     
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    Many have told me that
    I think it has something to do with pump power so i bought a Swiftech 655 also i need to get some new fans. I'm sure between the new pump and fans temps should drop some. If not i will get a new rad (dual pass 120.2 or single pass 120.3)
    My chip is a C0 and it is Linx load also runs the same crunching. I am using HT(HT IS ON) on the fort 120(air) i get around 82c linx load


    @brandon what voltage is that? also what is your water cooling setup?(rads,pump,block,etc) also your pump went out today i will send you the DC number IF i can find it
     
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    lol oh... haha well at least my estimates were'nt too far off :D :toast: did you buy extra fans yet?
     
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    I just had it on air 2 days ago and tested it then :laugh: nice job on the estimates :)
    haven't bought the fans yet.
     
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    here is my PC ATM. doesn't look too great. Doing some cleaning,and WM while i wait on the pump.
    This shot shows its due for a good cleaning and a fresh paint job. but WM is getting better IMO
    [​IMG]
     
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    Think the case just needs some touchup. Some fresh paint and maybe try to clean off the front of the case a bit more, smoothen it out. Just looks a bit rough. I mean other than that, you're on the right track :)
     
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    it is starting to look rough. I spilled some water when i was taking the loop out thats what the mess is on the bottom. I got side tracked and it was dry by the time i got back to it :banghead: i have done alot to the case i think its only fair that i give it a fresh paint job soon.I need to go to the store and get 3 things
    1.black paint (paint case)
    2.white paint(paint rads)
    3.2k grit sand paper.(touch up case and lap CPU block)

    EDIT:I just noticed i did a shitty job covering the red up in the front. Me :slap: Me
     
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    yeah bro some touchup and you're golden. Then just fiddle more with the WM and I think you'll be very happy with the outcome :)
     
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