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I currently have a set up of 1080ti 2100mhz at 1.031volt , ryzen 2600x 4.15ghz at 1.25 volt, im using 2 aio waterblock ( cryorig a40 for the cpu and asetek for the gpu ) with an ek dcp 4.0 with 1 180mm radiator and 1 xspc 240 38mm radiator all push the hot air out without intake, the temperature during gaming the cpu load around 80-100% reach up to 62*c, and gpu 52*c ambient temp around 29-31*c, prime95 the cpu stuck at 72-75*c is this temperature normal for my set up ? I still have 1 240mm and 1 120mm radiator to add to the loop will this drop my temp like 5*c more, I would love to drop my temperature to 5-10*c more degree, I prefer all push out hot air due to the dust....
 
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I currently have a set up of 1080ti 2100mhz at 1.031volt , ryzen 2600x 4.15ghz at 1.25 volt, im using 2 aio waterblock ( cryorig a40 for the cpu and asetek for the gpu ) with an ek dcp 4.0 with 1 180mm radiator and 1 xspc 240 38mm radiator all push the hot air out without intake, the temperature during gaming the cpu load around 80-100% reach up to 62*c, and gpu 52*c ambient temp around 29-31*c, prime95 the cpu stuck at 72-75*c is this temperature normal for my set up ? I still have 1 240mm and 1 120mm radiator to add to the loop will this drop my temp like 5*c more, I would love to drop my temperature to 5-10*c more degree, I prefer all push out hot air due to the dust....
You will not gain any speed change for the CPU by dropping the temperature 5 degree C if that was your aim. You high ambient temperature will make it hard anyway if you want to keep the radiators inside you case. If you are serious about lowering it then daisy chain two 240 mm rads, get a decent pump/top combo and place it next to your case with as many fans you can bear to listen to. My two cents.
 
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reverse your rad fans to intake and put one exhaust fan and you will see a massive drop.

The one exhaust fan will be more than enough to get all the heat out - just have it ramp up with cpu temp/mobo temp and you're all set.
 
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also may I ask that the smaller tube will make the performance worse ? im using a 10mm outer diameter (6mm inner diameter )
 
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