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Unread 03-17-2002, 06:32 PM   #1
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are these temps ok for water cooling? ok this is with tbird not an xp and also folding.
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Unread 03-17-2002, 06:35 PM   #2
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here is another with ahigher overclock and vcore
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Depending on the equipment and the enviroment you are in I would say those are decent temps. What is the setup you are using?
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I reckon those temps are quite good, but it might just be your diode thats out
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Depending on the equipment and the enviroment you are in I would say those are decent temps. What is the setup you are using?
actually it is aircooled using a duct. 120mm at one end and a delta 80 mm at the other. still getting stuff up to go watercooling. right now I'm short a pump and a block. this is what I plan on ehiem 1250, dangerden maze2, blackice rad, all using 1/2'' hose. I see alot of people putting down air cooling but it can be good if done right but watercooling is much better and I think I'm at the limits of aircooling.
I have all the stuff for my duron already except I need a heater core for it. don't want to use the blackice in that case b/c it's a much bigger case while the other is only a mid tower. plus the duron will be using only 3/8" hose and I have already modded the blackice with 1/2" fittings.
I would like to get under 35c under load with a room temp of 24c-25c
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using air those temps are really good, what cfm are those fans? the loud ones?
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using air those temps are really good, what cfm are those fans? the loud ones?
the 120mm is a radio shack fan I'm not sure of cfm but I believe it's only 86cfm. (I would never recommend radio shacks fans a panaflo would be a better choose I have another system using a panaflo H1 without a fan on heatsink and it is very quiet) on the other end I have an 80mm delta 68cfm the funny thing is the fan are cancelling some of the noise or it is the duct b/c it sounds about the same as a swifty mc 462 with the delta's before I was using a 60mm instead of the 80mm and it was louder.
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