Deepcool LT720 connected to 3 top exhaust fans, 1 exhaust fan in the back, 3 intake in the front
I used to hover between 47-55C while idling until yesterday, and be between 60-75C in games except for notorious heaters such as NFS Heat where I'd go to 85C usually
But for the past 1-2 days it's...
Hello, I am seeing some unusual temps for my 5800x. I have a custom loop installed recently, covering both the primary GPU and CPU.
CPU - R7 5800x with bykski CPU-XPR-C-M waterblock
GPU1 - Gigabyte RTX 3080 Gaming OC 10G with bykski N-GV3090GMOC-X waterblock
GPU2- Colorful GT 1030 2G LP...
Fairly self explanatory, but I've got a Thermaltake Tower 900 as a case, and even with both radiators, it still has room for fans on the top, rear, and even for the HDDS (pages 13-14).
My question was: how many are needed, exactly? The case is huge so I'd imagine even with something as large...
I've been struggling with my 12900ks so I wanted some input from people who will know better than I do.
i9-12900KS @ stock settings
Asus Maximus Z690 Hero ( with/ Thermalright LGA 1700 Contact Frame)
Custom loop (360mm rad, corsair xc7 water block, xd5 pump/res)
To people who had experiences with custom loops and using AIO's...is a custom loop worth it? Does it make a big difference compared to AIO's? Care to share some of your experiences and thoughts about this subject...I really would like to know if it gives a big benefit in the real world...
I've got to switch to a new case and would kindly ask for some advice.
my build currently:
Gigabyte Aorus X570 Pro
GTX 1070 (to be replaced probably next year if prices return to reasonable levels)
3 3.5" HDDs
3 2.5" SSDs
420mm radiator (45mm thick) & a 1 D5-pump with a 150mm...
I am right on the way to upgrading my Workstation/Gaming PC. And somehow I fell in love with smaller compact builds.
I already got all the stuff:
MSI RTX 3080 Suprim X
Ryzen 9 5900X
Asus ROG Strix B550-E
2x SATA SSDs 1x NVMe
AIO (Full Custom Loop planed)
16 GB Ram (32 GB upgrade...
I'm looking for a [redacted] Fat Radiator 360 mm which is not exactly what i need but what i want. I will be pairing it with a RTX 3080 and 3700X.
So as per my googling i have found some rad's that i "can buy" and delivery is possible at my location[Alphcool is N/A :( ]
Hello folks, this is going to be a build log of a mid-to-high-end productivity and light gaming PC. I'd love to discuss and share some choices, parts, aesthetics, and so on. And of course, I'm going to post some pictures of my progress.
First some words about why and how. Feel free to skip...
To begin with, I sort of just want to do this for the aesthetic side of things, as stupid as that sounds.
I'm thinking of rebuilding my PC to do this and so far the parts I've liked so far are:
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x
Motherboard: Asus ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING ATM AM4
Memory: Corsair vengeance RGB...
I have recently completed by custom loop with Ryzen 3700X. I have done some stress testing on AIDA x64 Extreme
I'm, seeing wired momentarily spikes in temps in intervals of 3-4 mins. I know ryzen is quite bursty CPU in nature but still with custom loop this behavior is wonky...
I need help choosing the right and budget friendly coolant for my loop.
I have all parts ready to build a loop. I can build with both soft and hard line tubing.
My loop is entirely with copper and brass components.
The only stone in my path is coolant. As per config estimated volume of water...
I bought a year ago my first custom water loop kit (EK-Waterblocks EK-KIT P360) and it's time the change the liquid but it has no drain port. I was wondering if I could turn the PC upside down and drain it from the top of the reservoir+pump combo? If I just put a fitting in the top + a piece of...
I know people have done copper pipe tubing and it can be a pain to bend the pipes. I know you can buy softer copper that is more malleable but even then it seems like more trouble then its worth.
My question is could you solder on fittings for bends and such, or would the solder used cause...
So this is what i know and please don't slam me for this:
I don't believe DIY custom loop thing is only meant for uber high end server junkies / vfx engineers which can or have to spend thousands of dollars on just cooling their components. It's also an enthusiast thing and anyone can do it...
As the title says, I have my hardware all setup, rigid tubes are all bent and connected to the fittings. I cleaned out my radiators with distilled water just to get the big gunks out. Now I am ready to leak test and flush the system before I fill the loop with the coolant I got...
Have a custom cooled loop (360 rad) for an intel i9-9900ks and can't find much info as what to expect for temps.
I Idle around 23-25C and at full load for Cinebench hit around 72C with all cores running 5Ghz (some spike to 73-74C briefly) and 1.34, 1.35v on the CPU and ~200W power.
Hey there, I'm going to make custom loop in my pc and I'm worring, can I run everything without problems. I have a be quiet straight power 11 650w 80+ gold PSU
Ryzen 3600 @3,75GHz (probably going to OC a lot more)
B450 A-Pro max
2x Hyperx Pedator 8gb 3000mhz ram
2x 5400 1,5TB HDD drives
Hi. i am thinking about passive water cooling for CPU+GPU ( i7-9700k + RTX 2080 ti ) estimate overclocked heat load around 600 watt.
I thought about getting a big (40 liter) water tank.
The idea is, that the large amount of water will be able to absorb the heat from my CPU and GPU and the...
First time posting in the forums so if this is in the wrong place let me know!
I'd like to make a build log for my new custom loop in this Corsair 1000D monster. Anyone experienced with modding this case would be a welcome help to me!
I'm outfitting with 2 Singularity Computers 300mm...
I recently installed my RTX 2080 Ti Gigabyte Gaming OC Edition.
The temps at max load were 80'C+ and ran hotter than my old RTX 2080 8GB at max load.
I have heard people using aquarium chillers to cool their RTX 2080 Ti to around 20'C (way below room temperature).
Is this a good...
I was thinking about finally jumping on the water cooling train. I would like to cool both gpu and cpu
However, I would need some advice.
Problem n.1 is definitely space. Because I would like to have 280mm front rad (as a start, maybe expand it with some 120m back rad or 240m top...
So i’m planning a new build that will be my first time doing a full custom loop and I’ve been pondering going with a crossflow radiator for some time now during the planning process but wasn’t sure. The build would be in a Fractal Design Node 304 (yes I know Fractal says that you can only do a...
First time on Tom's Hardware, made this account after browsing the forums for a solution to my issue, unfortunately to no avail. I am at my wits end, and would appreciate any help that anybody can offer.
I keep my computer on just about 24/7, and I am experiencing this frustrating...
I have recently noticed my PC slowing down, so I updated the BIOS to the newest version A21. I was looking at the boot sequence in this BIOS and I selected uefi, and restarted my computer to see if that would make the boot faster and now it says "no boot device found". If I go back in the BIOS...
So let me start with my computer specs:
Mobo: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X
CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K Running at 4.5-4.7ghz
CPU Water Cooler: Thermaltake WATER 3.0 Triple Riing
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 64GB (4x16GB) DDR4 3200Mhz
GPU: 2? ASUS Strix 1080 Ti 11GB
Soundcard: ASUS STRIX RAID PRO
So my brother has finally decided to build his own pc, I have some spare parts I'm going to give him, I also have my old mechanical keyboard I would like to gift him if there is a way to fix it. So the problem is that the 'w' key is not working properly, you can understand it...
I'm getting a parts list together for a workstation build for lightroom/photoshop and premier pro as well as some music production. I've decided on the main components but I'm a bit stuck with hard drive choice.
I was thinking: 500GB SSD boot drive for windows and programs (Samsung...
My system right now has a Intel i5 4690k with a Bigwater 850 gts liquid cooler. I want to upgrade to a Intel i7 7800x. The biggest mount for my cooler is a LGA 2011 and the new processor is a LGA 2066 socket. Will my liguid cooler still work or should i get a new one, and if so want cooler? I...
So I have a motherboard that has On-board LAN. I can't really get the Ethernet cable to reach (Different room altogether). So am I able to buy a "Wireless network adapter" and install it without the On-board LAN conflicting?
Currently my Build is https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/7w2QvV (Not...
Are these parrts compatible with each other
Cooler Master SickleFlow 120 - Sleeve Bearing 120mm Blue LED Silent Fan for Computer Cases, CPU Coolers, and Radiators
Seasonic S12II 520 BRONZE, SS-520GB Power Supply
Intel BX80677I57600 7th Gen Core Desktop Processors
WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s...
Good evening, recently my graphic card died. I need to buy a new one, unfortunately I have no clue about which one I should buy.
I have an AMD Phenom 8650 Triple Core Processor(2.3GHz) 4 GB ram, and an ASUS m3n78 motherboard.
I used to have a Sapphire HD 4850 512MB GDDR3.
I do normally play...
I need to know if these parts would work together and if they don't, other parts to use.
I know this seems like a big ask, but this is going to be my first build and i don't want to stuff it up. But the main thing here is too tell me if the parts would work together. You don't have to make me an...
I'm looking to upgrade my CPU from a phenom II 965 to another AM3+ CPU, and am trying to decide which is the best use of my money. I know the fx cpus underperform intel's processors in gaming applications, but I'm looking to spend around $150 dollars to get some extra life out of my current...
Quick question,i'm buying cheap used parts for my sister pc and can not decide which of this two combo is better?
1.Asus M2N-E SLI
-AMD Athlon 64X2 3800+
-4Gb DDR2 Ram 800Mhz
-Intel Pentium Dual Core E6500
-2Gb DDR2 ram 667mhz
She only uses pc for internet and for...
So i have a pair of speakers from Creative that I want to connect to my tv for better sound, however once I connected them to the tv using this adapter:
I still only get sound...