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    Default New Temps at 4.5GHz

    I added a large Res to my chiller which seems to be hurting temps due to the amount of water it now has to cool, so depending how I feel, tomorrow I'll be adding a smaller Res which hopefully should knock off 15-20c Here's a couple of screen shots taken at 4.5GHz 30mins ago, both at idle and under-load.Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    I don't think the res size has anything to do with the temp difference. if you look at the screen shots you posted the second one is using way more power than the first, you went from 72.8 watts of power to 172.5 watts I'd take another look at what was going on there. For instance the first pick is sitting at 0 cpu usage and the second is under load.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    That with the Boreas?

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    I don't think the res size has anything to do with the temp difference. if you look at the screen shots you posted the second one is using way more power than the first, you went from 72.8 watts of power to 172.5 watts I'd take another look at what was going on there. For instance the first pick is sitting at 0 cpu usage and the second is under load.
    Edge, With a chiller the size of the Res would make a difference, the TECs have to work hardware to cool the water. I thought I was going to have time to do this tomorrow, but I have to get the build I'm doing VisionTek finished, so the Chillers going to have to wait. Lets put it this way, the way it was originally setup and with a 990X at 4.5GHz. idle temps would be in the single digits and under load on the mid to high 30c range so changing to the XSPC Dual Bay Pump / Res combo tripled idle temps and doubled my under load temps.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Ahh I see, however running a 990x isn't the same as a 3930k the temps are going to be higher due to the different tech. Maybe try tossing in a dual rad in-between the cpu block and the res to cool the coolant prior to it returning it to the CPU block. I have had my share of coolit coolers very impressive gear no doubt there but you have to admit the tech is getting pretty long in the tooth for todays chips especially when overclocking them.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Stan, you need bigger TECs...period!

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Tecs would be ideal but then you need to figure out how much bigger you needed to go without creating any condensation as well as the torque specifications for the boreaus ect ect adding a rad is quick and easy.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Tony. adding 12 new Tecs would be expensive, then there;s trying to find some that are the same size and someone to install them in the 4 Tec Banks

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Radiator is only capable to remove heat from coolant down to 3-5c above the ambient temps, this is an extreme setup, the average is 10C above ambient for most good highend water cooling system. If a TEC chiller can bring the coolant temps down below the ambient temp then added a rad into the loop then it will work as a heater.

    Stan, you need another Boreas or add on another Elite or reduce the coolant volume, insulate the res.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    The rad would only act as a heater if he is trying to obtain sub ambient temps, which doesn't seem to be the case in my understanding. Adding a rad after the cpu block will just help bring the temps down to a more manageable temp prior to being chilled in the boreaus IMO.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Boreas is already capable to chill the coolant at sub ambient, the addition rad only help if the coolant temp is above sub ambient.

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    I realize its capable of sub ambient temps but it was designed to cool socket 775 and amd 939 procs it was never intended to cool his current proc at a sub ambient temp so its already exceeding the design specs.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    You don't get it do you?

    Stan said everything was working fine until he added a res and he lost up to 20c. Now if he's going to add a rad, at least a dual or triple and fans. It's going to cost him over $100 or more and he's not going to gain back 20C or better.

    Platform socket has nothing to do with the Boreas, it's a coolant chiller unit to cool up 700W heat load (accord to CoolIt). If you setup proper then it will work a little bit better than the conventional water cooling system. I don't know Stan has the stock CPU water block with the Boreas or third party block?

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    I can see you're getting upset so, I'll say "your right " and bow out of the thread.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    who's say I''m upsetting?
    I speak from experience and if Stan doesn't believe a word I said then I can add on the rad or replacing with better pump to increase the coolant blows..etc. And he can tell us how much he spends on the mod and how much cooling performance gain.

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    Default Re: New Temps at 4.5GHz

    Tony, I'm using the DD M6 block on one and a Swiftech block on the other, had great temps with both blocks until I experimented with a larger Res that had a pump installed. I do have a couple of new mini pumps that CooIt sent me, so I might try adding them to the tubing to help pump coolant in and out faster before going back to the original setup.

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