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    Default Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Hi all,

    Ive had my watercooled build finished for about 10 months now, gpu cpu and MB all watercooled.

    Ive only ever used distilled water and pt nuke and have drained system twice since built.
    My clock speeds have been the same from the start.

    Iv'e noticed my temps are on the rise, they sit about 10c more than what it used to be when first built. Currently under load my cpu can get to high 60's and gpu's to 60's, It used to be about 10c less and never really got above 50c in summer. So i would like to know...

    Should i open my blocks and clean them? if so with what?
    Does my radiator need cleaning? if so with what?
    Should i reapply thermal paste?
    Should i reapply thermal pads on GPU waterblock?

    There is no dust on rad or in case, I gave it a good clean recently and blew the dust from between the rad fins.
    There are no kinks.
    I only use distilled water and Pt nuke.
    Not sure how to measure pump presure but the flow meter looks to be spinning the same speed as always.

    @ Deton i drained my loop twice not because it needed draining but to add second gpu and flow meter to the loop but you got me thinking it might be to much Pt nuke as i put in about 5 drops when all really need is 2 drops.
    So ill try to drain loop again and use correct Pt nuke dose and see if temps change, Most likely wont if clogged already. If not ill have to perform major surgery and open my blocks for inspection.
    Ill let you know if i find the culprit.

    This is my watercool loop

    Any help is appreciated.
    Last edited by manfur; 19-09-2011 at 02:01. Reason: Consolidate and add to original post

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Pump still strong?

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Rad getting dusty? You may need to blow the dust out of the rad. Did you use dyed coolant? The blocks may be gunking up. I am sure Deton will add hirs2 cents as he is our watercooling professor with Pure Overclock....

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    When was the last time you flushed the system? and like Lil said have you checked your pump pressure?

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    First of all if you have drained two time in 10 months then that is not fun at all. With proper coolant you only have to drain it one in every 12 months or longer.

    You have to understand about PT Nuke, it contains copper sulfate. This sucker is very strong if you overdose it, eventually some chemical reaction taken place in the system.

    Check your pump if it is working properly, check for any kinks in the tubing. If anything working properly than you have a clog in the water blocks. For block cleaning and maintenance guide, take a look at my sticky in this forum.

    Of course you have to reapply all the TIM after you removed the blocks for cleaning.

    Let us know what the problem when you found out the culprit.

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    Thanks for your input guys, Ill keep you posted with the outcome.
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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Let us know what the problem when you found out the culprit.
    I found the culprit. It was the cpu block!
    My gpu blocks were fine. So i figure that it could only be two things that can cause the block to clog up...
    1) Too much PT Nuke which maybe cause some chemical reaction
    2) Motherboard Heatsink/waterblock metal could cause some reaction (i will look this up)
    Im happy to say that my temps are back to what they used to be.
    I just soaked my cpu and gpu block in lemon juice for few hours and used a toothbrush to clean.
    Here is the Koolance cpu360 block before and after


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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Glad to see you got the issue sorted out, it was pretty nasty looking lol.

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    good job!

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Glad you were able to correct the problem without too much difficulty.

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    This is a lesson for all PT Nuke users and the rest of WC users;

    @manfur; 5 drops are way TOO MUCH!, you suppose to have 1 drop per liter. So don't do estimate mixing, use a jug or a bottle to the water measurement then mix it accordingly.

    Now, here is a lesson for all you guys.

    All water cooling components has mix metal (copper, nickle, stainless steel, aluminum, brass). So when these elements submerge in the water (tap water) for a long time the electrolytes will occurs, even you use distilled water because water have ions. Distilled water just slow down the processing a little than tap water.

    This is why copper and aluminum don't play well together, when these two live in the same room electron will happen. Aluminum will disposit its molecules to the copper, this is cause copper corrode, dioxide, white stuff build up like you see in the battery.

    In Manfur's case; he used too much of copper sulfate (100% concentrate). Think copper sulfate molecules as PAC Men, they eat away his nickle plating of his block.

    As the picture shown his block mooning you guys with his bare copper underneath.

    Manfur; I have a bad news for you. If you continue to use PT Nuke even with small dosage because your CPU block is already damage. This is the same problem EKWB has with their nickle plated blocks and people start blaming EK's plating quality.

    Ops...there the bell...class dismiss!

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    Woah that build resembles a certain vid i watched :P

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5joCXWbcOHQ

    yours?
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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    yup, that vid is his but he just ruled his CPU block

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    Quote Originally Posted by dealaus View Post
    Woah that build resembles a certain vid i watched :P

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5joCXWbcOHQ

    yours?
    Yup thats my vid. Same pc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Manfur; I have a bad news for you. If you continue to use PT Nuke even with small dosage because your CPU block is already damage. This is the same problem EKWB has with their nickle plated blocks and people start blaming EK's plating quality.
    My temps are back to normal now? What can happen with the copper exposed? Why do you say CPU block is damaged?

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    Default Re: Temps on the rise! 10 months old build. Need advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by manfur View Post
    My temps are back to normal now? What can happen with the copper exposed? Why do you say CPU block is damaged?
    the nickle plating I was talking about, performance wise is still the same.

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