Just A Question About Cooling.
However, I'd configure the loop in this order:Res-> Pump -> Rad ->CPU ->GPU1 ->GPU2 ->resThat way the water is cooled by the rad just before hitting the water blocks. Do not attempt to circumvent this rule by any means. However for some odd reason it doesn't escape through the vents. Ideally, two rads, one placed AFTER the CPU and one placed AFTER both GPUs would allow for your cooling loop to have a much more efficient function.Reservoir - pump - CPU his comment is here
I saw that wrapping a wet cloth in the wrist can give someone thermal comfort during summer. The best idea ever.145 · 19 comments How do I defragment my hard drive?888 · 56 comments This is what happens when you have a grandmother PCMASTERRACE184 · 10 comments Disco Stu supports my GPU530 · 31 comments Greatest permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]balfan1234790K & GTX 1080 AMP Extreme | 6600k & GTX 980 Strix -1 points0 points1 point 6 months ago(1 child)I would go 100% if the acoustics aren't too much. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]ikkei2xE5-2687W@3.8Turbo, 64GB, GTX1070 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago*(8 children)Yes, dust filter is a must. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2968611/question-tip-cooling.html
And what's heat sink?14What is the gum like thing on the heat sink?0Can I replace my notebook's fan without replacing the heat sink?0Should thermal compund be replaced after the heat sink If the graphics card heatsink is facing downwards (as is common in a desktop PC) then you will end up with hot air pooling underneath it, potentially raising the average temperature Pictures of purchase or shipping related notifications and information. 6.3: Blatant reposts/fad-chasing. 6.4: Reaction images/gifs (unless very high-effort/especially original). 6.5: Concern trolling. It is to the right of the VRMS, I was wondering what they were, a picture is below of the component: Thanks again and +rep to all help Edited by JassimH
It's just really weird this thing heats up my room faster the my heater but it doesn't go above 60C I will try to put a gigantic fan pulling air through Ask a new question Read More Water Cooling Thermal Compound Corsair Related Resources solved Water Cooling System Compatibility H100i GTX vs H80i GT? This is not a satirical or 'circlejerk subreddit'. current community chat Physics Physics Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.
Oh, outside the case? Overclock.net Join Overclock.net Home Forums News Gaming Reviews Rigbuilder Search My Profile Forgot Password? When is a player attack not Volley/Hack-and-Slash but instead Aid? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2930820/bought-corsair-h80i-water-cooling-question.html Many heat sink cooled GPUs such as the XFX One pictured below are available to consumers.
Everything on this desk is bought with my own money. May 3, 2016 at 5:38 AM #1 Distinct Editz New Member Joined: May 3, 2016 Messages: 5 (0.02/day) Thanks Received: 0 PC Specs: Thermaltake V4 Case 1x Front Case fan (Intake) But it would really go against nature to intake above the exhaust (likely creating stagnating hot air bubbles around the top intakes). solved Question about cooling solved Cooling question for Dell Precision T5500 solved upgrading from lga1366 to lga1155.
share|improve this answer edited Oct 11 '15 at 16:31 answered Oct 11 '15 at 16:11 Mokubai♦ 41k12103115 I've had trouble with fans in the past and been leaning towards http://goinsource.com/just-a/just-a-firefox-question.html That'll give you two relatively discrete intakes, linked to their respective "logical" outtake (either back fan for GPU, or CPU AiO). Rather, the loop should be cooled in such a way so that the major components do not have to suffer from - not only their own heat output but - the Are you feeling much heat coming out the top as-is?Click to expand...
Finally, I have one at age of 18. Nor did it start as one. I'm looking for looks too, I'm not about to put two fans up top and run the cables through the rear end of the PC.
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If it is really effective, where should I wrap wet cloth between foot and wrist to get more cooling effect? The only benefit to a heatsink-only arrangement is less noise. Here is Swiftech's opinion on loop order:"From a performance standpoint there is very little performance to be gained from strictly controlling the component sequence: the maximum delta T (difference in temperature) phreejakNov 19, 2007, 7:30 PM I think it makes a big difference when dealing with component heat output - especially if you o'clock.
I'm ready to watch my Macho X2 get beat. and what should be the Idle / load temps? Stay logged in TechPowerUp Forums www.techpowerup.com Forums > Hardware > System Builder's Advice > TechPowerUp Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors check over here Message the mods first if your submission has nudity.
The single Swiftech 220 radiator CAN'T handle the heat of an OC'd cpu and two GPUs.2. The graphics card when hot pushes hot air right up into the CPU cooler and straight through it. I heard tech people saying they don't use it because it can actually burn CPUs. Did you insert the larger O-ring to bow it?
Until i checked the temperatures with Core Temp and NV Monitor. Position it BEFORE the reservoir.So it goes:Res -> Pump -> CPU -> GPU1 -> GPU2 -> Radiator ->ResTemps probably wont pass 40. Finally, I have one at age of 18. Prompting for two integers and dividing, using exceptions to handle divide-by-zero errors Does the Fairchild Metroliner have any unusual handling characteristics?
Bottom intake fan (1x 82 CFM) is strategically placed to pull fresh air onto the GPU blower fans and chipset (metallic square just right of the '00' LED). (ignore the white Generally in order to remove a fan you need to have several times the surface area to radiate heat off of. Also I noticed the CPU fan is literally a heater when playing BF4 it keeps my system cool but it heats my entire damn room up. By necessity going to a heatsink only arrangement means you need to look very carefully at component placement and orientation, something you care less about with fans pushing the air around.
I've seen only a couple of high end fanless current generation cards and they all took up 3-4 slots just to get a large enough heatsink.