Water Cooled Rigs

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Water Cooled Rigs

Post by spitter » Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:07 pm

What is the temp of the water is before it goes into the rad on your loop?? Mine is about 79d F with a room temp about 72d F.

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Re: Water Cooled Rigs

Post by stopthekilling77 » Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:19 am

Not sure yet, but tomorrow I'll borrow our surface temp reader and find out
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Re: Water Cooled Rigs

Post by Sporg » Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:55 pm

I'll grab my surface temp reader and try to get you a number. I'm sure there are plenty of variables that can affect this. For reference I think my entire loop is about 6' long and I'm using silver Tygon 3/4" OD, 1/2"ID. I also have my GPU and CPU in that loop. CPU is an Intel C2D X6800. GPU is an HIS HD4850. Case is a Thermaltake Armor. I'd imagine that mine is barely above room temp, but then again my comp room is freaking warm!!! lol
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Re: Water Cooled Rigs

Post by Sporg » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:22 pm

All temps in Celsius:

Hose into the rad: 30.0
Hose out of the rad: 29.2

The rad itself at both inlet and outlet points: 31.2

Measured the room on 2 wall points and highest ceiling point: Average ~ 25.87

Rad: Swiftech MCP360
Lines: Tygon Silver 3/4" OD, 1/2" ID
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