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Old 07-03-02, 02:24 PM Thread Starter   #1
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What temps do u guys get with watercooling ?


As topic says...

I would like to know both idle temp and full load temp plz

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Old 07-03-02, 04:29 PM   #2
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I have an Abit AT7, and an XP2100+ running stock clocking.
I also have a northbridge waterblock and one on my video gpu in series (slow waterflow).
My temps measure 35C idle, 37C full load.
My board uses the in socket thermister, as Abit hasn't done diode reading on this board

I've just built this system, and have lots of tweaking to do yet. Right now I'm just too lazy to go for better temps.

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Old 07-03-02, 05:04 PM   #3
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I get around 49-53C load running folding with my h20, my mobo (8K3A) reads the on dies sensor in the CORE. Idle, what's that?

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Old 07-03-02, 05:39 PM   #4
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I'm another one that has no idea of idle temp- sorry!

BUT: I'm currently at 46c with an XP1700@1741 in a volt-modded Epox mobo. Vcore is 2.05v, vdimm is 3.2v.
And its QUIET.

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Old 07-03-02, 05:43 PM   #5
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Same here, no idle. Fold 24/7. Load:46 XP1600+@1.63 on Gigabyte GA-7VRXP Vcore +5% Dimm voltage:default
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Jeez..I am getting 48c on load w/ air cooling and I only have 2 exhaust, vid card fan mod and a duct for my Volcano 7+.

I kinda thought you Water cooling folks would be getting low 30's on load?

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Jeez..I am getting 48c on load w/ air cooling and I only have 2 exhaust, vid card fan mod and a duct for my Volcano 7+.

I kinda thought you Water cooling folks would be getting low 30's on load?

Before volt-mods and summer heat I was

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38c Load on main system, see sig.

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Thx for the info, now im gonna get myself some watercooling what would you guys recommend? I WANT THE BEST

I was thinking of buying this CPU water block:
http://www.studiedata.dk/product.asp?product=320&page=1

But i dunno much about water cooling yet... eny help is appreciated. thx

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This is one of the best cooler on the market.
However, he also high costs one.
or look heer
this is almost just as good. However, is the clip of the Innova brilliantly and very well

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Thx for the info, now im gonna get myself some watercooling what would you guys recommend? I WANT THE BEST

I was thinking of buying this CPU water block:
http://www.studiedata.dk/product.asp?product=320&page=1

But i dunno much about water cooling yet... eny help is appreciated. thx
An Innovatek system certainly would do you no wrong. It's a very capable system. What are you going to buy for pump/rad/res?

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Old 07-04-02, 08:06 AM Thread Starter   #13
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An Innovatek system certainly would do you no wrong. It's a very capable system. What are you going to buy for pump/rad/res?
I was thinking about this radiator (its small and i can fit it almost enywhere ):
http://www.studiedata.dk/product.asp?product=181&page=1

This Pump:
http://www.studiedata.dk/product.asp?product=222&page=1

This reservoir:
http://www.studiedata.dk/product.asp?product=226&page=1

Thats about all im gonna need right? Have this other page here: What accessories do i need? besides the tubes of corse
http://www.studiedata.dk/group.asp?group=168

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everything looks good except the BIX, those arent all that good, you need a heatercore with a shroud.....

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Old 07-04-02, 11:22 AM   #17
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Eheim 1250, maze-2, Homemade rad, full 1/2" system.

Xp-1700 AGNGA @ 1800 with 2.2v, giving out 116watts

Full load (toast) is about 52*c ambient air is about 23*c, no water temperatures as I have no thermomiter that works.

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BE cooling waterblock, maxijet1200 pump and a heatercore, temps in sig

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BE cooling waterblock, maxijet1200 pump and a heatercore, temps in sig
I think its worth noting the large discrepancy between the temperatures peope are getting on the in socket diode and the onboard Xp diode.

As you can see lyngo is getting a 5*c delta between ambient and CPU, thats obviously a bit low.
I get a much higher delta, yet still a good overclock (for a POS AGNGA)

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everything looks good except the BIX, those arent all that good, you need a heatercore with a shroud.....
Sry i dunno what you mean im totally n00b at water cooling... kinda the same if you where giving me specs on a refridgerator

BIX? = u mean the shop?

you need a heatercore with a shroud..... = ehh ? whats that...

DAMN i feel kinda stupid

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