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    Air temp increase though heatercore.

    About how many degree’s C will the air that I am pushing though my 2-302 be if I am dumping ~200w (presscott+6800U) into my loop?
    Extra note: my average ROOM ambient is ~24C
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    I can't tell you how hot the air will get, but I can tell you that the air comming out of the rad with the CPU at load is pretty damn hot, almost feels like a heater, hell it does heat the room pretty well if I leave it like that for an hour or so. yeah if the air gets hot leaving the rad, it means your rad/fan are doing their job. why are you asking?
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    Depends on how much air flow you have going through it. With that sized core and if you have decent fans I would guess maybe in the 5° above ambient range, weaker fans possibly as high as 10°.

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    Yep, it depends too much on flow, air and water, actual load on the cpu because you're not always dumping that much. The only way to find out is get a probe in there. If you're worried about case temps, just stick a probe in there near the area you're concerned about.

    Anyways, I would definately say right between that 5-10C. With weaker fans, certainly could even go over 10C diff.
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    bah screw the formulas! it will be in (Like the rest have said) direct perportion load Vs airT in. My system under max load with the fans off for a bit:
    47C+ (the highest I can get the temps to with the fans off) -1C ; +3C Out side temps.
    When I turn the fans on, the air comming in to the house through the rad is apx 2 -5C+ ; 5 -7C+, nice and warm feeling. REMEMBER this is after my WHOLE LOOP is 47CELSIUS +++++ Using the kits stock RAD with fans set on > low <

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    2-302 (120.2) with two Docguys Sanyo Denki 120mm fans on it w/ a shroud. normally fans will probablly be running @ 6v most the time. (the way I will have things setup I can run my fans @ 12,6, or 5 volts)
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    To correctly figure it out... well, it would be like your "Flow Calculations" thread a while ago. Too many variables.

    Of course you said 'about' how much, so you can just read around and let others reply what they observe and get a good estimate from there.
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    Considering MBM gives me 31C for my case temp atm, I think even a 10C increase from external ambient would be ok. All this air will be blown onto the RAM sinks that will be on my 6800U after I watercool it.
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    Im currious what is your Idle/load temps? Ive got a 2.8 Pressie at 3.0 still yet have to put a GPU block in.
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    nothing hooked up yet, currently on stock intel heat sinc, 70C full load, 52c idle.
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