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Lowest noise means minimizing static pressure and flow volume. This is where people trip up. solved Question about water cooling PC solved hi im buldidn my frist pc and have a few questions about cooling solved Question about Water Cooling solved Question about water cooling system No. http://quodsoftware.com/a-few/a-few-temperature-questions-psu.html

What effects would water cooling have in comparison to air cooling? bitspower are pricey around here. i read that wrong. Sep 28, 2015 at 8:18 PM #11 terroralpha Joined: Nov 2, 2013 Messages: 164 (0.14/day) Thanks Received: 90 System Specs System Name: Toothless Strumpet Processor: Intel - I7‑5930K @ 4.7GHz Motherboard:

EK-CoolStream PE 480 + Alphacool 280mm UT60 rads Memory: 4x 4GB G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series DDR4 4000MHz Video Card(s): EVGA GTX 980 Ti Classified @ 1580MHz core/8300MHz memory Hard Disk(s): Samsung Basically increasing diameter of the pipe, making it out of slicker materials, or increasing height of the system is the only way to decrease head pressure loss. Oh I don't mind working at all But Synthaxx is probably right, I wouldn't need GPU cooling in the end.

But I really do not recommend water unless you want work. Sep 25, 2015 at 3:41 PM #11 Sasqui Joined: Dec 6, 2005 Messages: 8,825 (2.17/day) Thanks Received: 2,773 Location: Manchester, NH System Specs System Name: "Naked Ivy" Processor: i5-3570k Costa (4.7 Last edited by Chronalis; 2012-11-12 at 06:55 PM. Looking at the RX kit at the moment, now searching for some tubing.

Draws cool air through the case to cool components and though the air may be warmer by the time it reaches the rad fans, I don't think it really makes much I don't need to leak test, i don't need to worry about bubbles, etc. Somebody sat down, did the math, and figured out exactly what kind of tubing they could get away with on a tiny pump, and not have issues. http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/water-cooling-questions.216240/ And yes I really do water cooling at least for the CPU.

You also need to look at stuff like this: Visit SkinneeLabs Wow, some really good info there! It details specs and has nice pictures of the case. a few questions about my planned liquid cooling setup solved Question about reliability of water cooled CPU solved Questions about NZXT Cases and Water Cooling Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's A Six-Faced Puzzle I was fingerprinted in Düsseldorf on exit.

Reservoir above pump (it feeds it when filling). It can break your pump if it's large enough, or it can corrode your blocks if it's bacteria or such (which is solved through biocide or such, but still). You can use that extra money for the kit below as someone else suggested). I've got the H100 non I in a Corsair 800D with great temps without modding it.

Anyway, you can consider all you want about water flow and rads and pressure drop in the loop, but if you do not provide proper airflow, it's all for naught. his comment is here Water cooling parts are very expensive here in SA and very hard to get hold of. What would be a good dual loop for CPU & GPU, at this point price doesn't matter I'm just trying to compare things Reply With Quote 2012-11-12,06:39 PM #10 Synthaxx View I recommend seeking out components that have brass or nickel on the inner surface.

Sep 25, 2015 at 6:39 PM #19 cadaveca My name is Dave Joined: Apr 10, 2006 Messages: 15,806 (4.01/day) Thanks Received: 9,708 Location: Beaumont, Alberta System Specs System Name: Gamer Processor: The time now is 05:33 PM.

Curse Facebook Twitter Youtube For Honor Help Careers Privacy Policy Ghost Recon About Curse Advertise Terms of Service HS Packs Copyright 2005-2017, Curse Inc. Closed/presealed loops also don't compare with dedicated ones. this contact form see what happens then.Click to expand...

The important points are that it is a huge pain to change any new parts, and cost. Anybody care to inform me about my GFX card though? The plastic bag the case is in is pretty...

When was the last time you saw a custom water cooling loop with 1/8" inner diameter piping?

Water Cooling Questions Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by bpgt64, Sep 23, 2015. EK-CoolStream PE 480 + Alphacool 280mm UT60 rads Memory: 4x 4GB G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series DDR4 4000MHz Video Card(s): EVGA GTX 980 Ti Classified @ 1580MHz core/8300MHz memory Hard Disk(s): Samsung The Chronicle of My TestBench - A new era for my TestBenchAsus Matrix R9 290X Platinum: impressions, experience and torture Reply With Quote 04-11-201301:28 PM #3 HiVizMan View Profile View Forum solved Newbie buying new gpu, few questions solved Newbie with a few questions concerning Graphic cards solved A few questions about installed water cooler.

solved A few questions about cooling (noob) Can't find your answer ? Wonder if you might have something like that going on? Second question: I'm assuming the size of the radiator is by far the most important factor in how much the liquid will be cooled. http://quodsoftware.com/a-few/a-few-questions-for-gpu-upgrade.html Using the cited 1.5 GPM, we're looking at 0.06 Liters per second of flow.

Watercooling needs both air in, and air out like air cooling does. If your ok with decent temps, and not great temps then I see no need to buy more crap than you already have.I used to use a Koolance low flow system Last edited: Sep 25, 2015 MT Alex says thanks. I use EK compression fittings.

Or is there any other cooling system I can get for cheap-ish which might include a GPU bracket.