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Q: Liquid cooler installation help

So I ordered parts for my first-time PC build and unfortunately my liquid cooling unit is arriving last now I assume my PC will run fine without it as long as I don t overclock is there any reason why I installation cooler help Liquid should wait before building Liquid cooler installation help it I do plan on overclocking then although I need help doing that as well Also all the guides about building a PC I looked at made no mention of additional cooling units so I was hoping someone could point me to one or advise me Here is my build and I bolded the cooling unit I am getting Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe MKNSSDCR GB-DX quot GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive SSD Western Digital Caviar Black WD AALX GB RPM SATA Gb s quot Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive Corsair Carbide Series R Black Steel structure with molded ABS plastic accent pieces ATX Mid Tower Computer Case ASUS P Z -V PRO GEN LGA Intel Z HDMI SATA Gb s USB ATX Intel Motherboard with UEFI BIOS XFX HD- X-CNDC Radeon HD GB -bit GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card with Eyefinity Intel Core i - K Sandy Bridge GHz GHz Turbo Boost LGA W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics CORSAIR XMS GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC HP X Multiformat DVD Burner Black SATA Model i LightScribe Support CORSAIR H CWCH Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX V W ATX V v EPS V v PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC High Performance Power Supply nbsp

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A: Liquid cooler installation help

CPU gets hot while it's running, even when it's not over-clocked. You can use the stock cooler until the H100 arrives. Before replacing the stock cooler w/ the Corsair, you'll need to remove residual thermal compound on the CPU. Looks like the H100 has thermal compound pre-applied.

There's a brief installation video on Corsair's site, have you checked it out?
http://www.corsair.com/hydro-series-h100-extreme-performance-liquid-cpu-cooler.html

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/liquid-cooler-installation-help.174877/
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This ad for Source 530 shows an NZXT-branded liquid VGA cooler - I didn't know they made such a thing. Perhaps it's in the works... http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/137-source-530-full-tower-computer-case.html

 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/nzxt-liquid-vga-cooler.197342/
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So what do you guys think of this unit or others like it?

I've noticed my Phenom II x4 965 running hotter and hotter recently. The stock fan with little thermal pad thing doesn't seem to be doing it's job. As a result the fan is ramping up and making a lot of noise. With the hot days coming in to the summer my room is constantly roasting even with windows wide open and the cpu is sitting at 40C idle. I know a good heat sink will cost a decent amount of money so for ?60 can you go wrong with one of these?

A:Corsair H50 Liquid CPU Cooler

Imho, the H50 offers zero benefits of water cooling, yet all the risks of water cooling. Thermalright, Noctua, Prolimatech, Tunique and Zalman all offer better results on air, with no risk of spilling water all over your rig, which the H50 has been known to do. Granted, Corsair has been very good about replacing (for free) all damaged parts, but still...

http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1025/6/
If you're going to go water, do it right. They're expensive, but they deliver the results: Let us help you be cool!

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/92667-corsair-h50-liquid-cpu-cooler.html
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Can any one offer help please?
I installed H80i V2 Liquid CPU Cooler, on Attempting to start up received msg on monitor No Video. Tried two restarts, checked all connections I think? I also use a KVM switch(keyboard Video Mouse)I have mains power, and power to fans, Video Card,and KVM and of course cooler. As I switch on the PC The Monitor goes in to Start up and then reverts to the msg No Video.
Any help would be much appreciated Please?

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/h80i-2v-cpu-liquid-cpu-cooler-no-video-msg-4607326/
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Current specs
Intel db75en
Intel i5 3rd gen 3450
Gtx 970 amp extreme edition
Samsung evo 120
PSU corsair vs 650
Liquid cooler h50 corsair

Currently they are on LGA 1155 mobo

I just killed my old motherboard
And now I am planning to buy i7 4790k

There are three motherboards I have in mind and all of them are asus z97 series based. Want to buy only asus..
Z97 A
Z97 k
Z97 c

I want to know that whether I should upgrade and get 1150 mobo and new processor or not!

(I have no plans to put dual gtx 970 bt plan to use secondary gfx card (gtx560) as phyx dedicated card)
If yes then
1. Which mobo I should go for and why?
2. Will the old h50 will be fittable on my new board or not!

Any new advise also appreciated!
Thank You
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/motherboard-liquid-cooler-suggestions.210943/
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HI I AM SESHU can i use corsair liquid cooler h80i GT MODEL for asus strix x99 motherboard plz let me know THIS MAIL ADDRESS [email protected]

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/can-i-use-corsair-liquid-cooler-h80i-gt-model-4598272/
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Hi Guys,
I myself and a friend manage to change the factory XPS 8900 CPU fan cooler to Corsair Hydro H100i GTX liquid cooler but there is one thing which is bothering us. My system will test the corsair liquid cooling fan in very high speed every time I boot up the system. We manage to get rid the fan not detected screen but we don't know why system is still test the fan without showing us error. Is there any way to bypass or disable it? I need help for this.
Much appreciated.

A:XPS 8900, Issue with non-Dell CPU liquid cooler.

There is no bypass for fan error to use non dell fan.

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19991824
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Intel shows off liquid cooler DX SI motherboard for Sandy Bridge-E processors Quote It s been rumored that Intel would offer off shows DX79SI liquid cooler, Intel motherboard a liquid-cooling solution instead of a stock cooler with its new Sandy Bridge-E extreme Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard processors and multiple enthusiast sites have indeed snapped photos of the new cooler on the IDF exhibition floor From the photos we can determine that the RTS LC cooler has been created in conjunction with Asetek which had previously announced it was working on a Sandy Bridge-E liquid-cooling solution According to Legit Reviews Intel reps said it s similar to the Corsair Hydro H kit that Asetek designed but that parts were updated including a mm fan The fan even includes blue LED lights While designed with the LGA socket it will also work with Intel s and sockets Source Quote The X Express chipset is the successor Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard to the X and will be paired to Intel s upcoming LGA socket for next-gen processors The motherboard seen here is the Intel DX SI obviously based on the chipset As its name suggest the Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard RTS LC liquid-cooling solution is also designed for said socket Source A Guy

A:Intel shows off liquid cooler, DX79SI motherboard

Thanks A GUY. Over a year ago I was on the Intel site and found a water cooler they were designing with metal tubes. They must of gave up and had Asetek come on board.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/186938-intel-shows-off-liquid-cooler-dx79si-motherboard.html
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I've got this cooler coming next week to mount on my Z78-A LGA 1150 board are they a lot of trouble to install? and do they mount good and firmly? Thanks!
COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 EVO RR-212E-20PK-R2 Continuous Direct Contact 120mm Sleeve CPU Cooler Compatible with latest Intel 2011/1366/1155 and AMD FM1/FM2/AM3+ - Newegg.com

A:Cooler installation question

It's not real hard, just read the instructions carefully. They won't be real descriptive. You Tube has a bunch of videos to show you how. They are good coolers. Get some quality thermal paste instead of what comes with it. This is a different socket, but the same process.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/308743-cooler-installation-question.html
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I am building a PC that includes an Intel i5 CPU and an Asus P8 Z77-V LX mobo. Due to better fitting of the connecting wires. I placed the CPU cooler/fan on the CPU with the top pointing left or to the back of the case.
As the top of the mobo is pointing to the top of the case. The top of the CPU cooler/fan is pointed to the back of the case. Will this work without a problem? Will it damage anything to try it?
 

A:Solved: CPU cooler/fan installation

That is actually the correct way do install an HSF since it blows the hot air towards the back of the case and through the vents.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-cpu-cooler-fan-installation.1090162/
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I bought a new cooler and a new atx case after moving my PC to my new case and installing my new cooler my PC wont start... well my PC still runs, fans, gpus, cpu fans, led lights etc. only my monitor and keyboard & mouse lights wont start, I also tried using a different monitor but to no avail... any ideas?

A:Problem in PC not booting-up after new cooler installation

Are you getting any beep codes? I'd try reseating the GPUs, memory and check all your power cables.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/196951-problem-pc-not-booting-up-after-new-cooler-installation.html
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Hi guys,

Does anyone know what CPU cooler this is? It is for the silverstone SUG SG07

link to youtube is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsg2sKoOV50&feature=player_embedded

At 1:20
 

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I upgraded my GPU recently and noticed that my CPU fan was making more noise than I remembered - sort of a droning noise nbsp I checked my CPU temps and discovered much CPU 8900 - XPS cooler upgrade cooler operation quieter and that at idle the CPU was hitting - C I decided to upgrade my cooling nbsp The XPS 8900 CPU cooler upgrade - much quieter and cooler operation main limitation besides the fact that Dell has a non-standard CPU backplate setup is the somewhat narrow case on the XPS doesn t allow installation of most of the inexpensive high-performance coolers because they are too tall XPS 8900 CPU cooler upgrade - much quieter and cooler operation by quot - quot nbsp Then I found the Cyrorig H which has three heat pipes a huge heatsink and mm fan all in a package that is quot only quot mm high - just short enough to fit in the case nbsp I installed it yesterday and it works GREAT nbsp Very happy with it initially at least I also swapped out the stock Sunon case fan for a Cooler Master Blade Master mm fan which is quieter but similar CFM specs Overall the computer is now quieter at load than it was at idle before nbsp And my CPU temps have dropped by degrees C nbsp Great upgrade nbsp I made a video on how I did it here and here are a couple of pics

A:XPS 8900 CPU cooler upgrade - much quieter and cooler operation

Nice !

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19993539
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A:Problem with Cooler Master chipset cooler RUNNING HOT!

chipsets have a higher heat tolerence than CPUs, 40c is a safe operating temp. also, temp sensors are not accurate, so you can't really go by the reading from it anyways. it's not unusual for software based sensor to be as much as 10c off the actual temp.

the cooler you bought should work fine. did you thoroughly clean the chipset and heatsink with isopropyl alcohol and then apply new thermal compound before mounting the cooler?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/problem-with-cooler-master-chipset-cooler-running-hot.53796/
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hello i am going to purchase a watercooling system and i was wondering if i could put ice cubes in my resivor to make the liquid ice cold and since the ice would float it wouldnt there wouldnt be a problem with the ice cloging the out take tube at the bottom. i was just wondering if this has ever been done before also would this cause condensation since the ice would make the liquid well below room temp?
 

A:liquid cooling with ice and liquid?

well, in theory it should work but you'd have to keep adding ice cubes in order to maintain cooling. since you are constantly adding ice you also have to continually drain your coolant level. you'd also have the problem of having to keep adding antifreeze or whatever additive you're using to fight molding and whatnot. simply put it would become a troublesome, very expensive, and high maintenance operation. you'd be doing as much work as cooling with dry ice without the benefits. great idea though.

a suggestion along the same lines would be to route your radiator inside a small refrigerator or freezer. a bit expensive also but at least its self-supporting.
 

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Hello,

Do you guys think that Cooler Master V8 CPU cooler will fit in a regular full tower case. Its not a branded/famous case, just a normal full tower with handle on top.

Thanks for your answers.
 

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Alright, so recently my stock cooler for my CPU has been getting really annoying. It seems to get really loud during gaming, with my CPU temps averaging around 43c.

So I decided to grab a new CPU cooler. Ive had my eyes on the
COOLER MASTER V8


But now after a little of reading up on the cooler, I'm a little concern about size and effectiveness. Here's my case if anyone knows if it will definitely fit.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147047&Tpk=Rosewill armor gaming case

Also,id like to know if there are any other good CPU coolers out their along the same price range, that performs better.

-Thanks In advance
 

A:New CPU cooler to replace AMD 965BE stock cooler

The V8 is still a very good cooler, and was top dog for its time. if you want the top performers now , you are going to pay another $30 for them.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...00 50001444&IsNodeId=1&name=Thermalright, Inc.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608018

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1...Cooler_Sockets_775_1156_1366_AM2_AM2_AM3.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1...Cooler_Sockets_775_1156_1366_AM2_AM2_AM3.html

I have the Silver Arrow (3 fan) cooling an AMD Phenom II x6 1100T @ 4.3Ghz and It's stellar.

Make sure you know the measurements of your case if you are getting a high end cooler.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/new-cpu-cooler-to-replace-amd-965be-stock-cooler.167347/
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I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????

A:Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler

  
Quote: Originally Posted by rmw020


I just got the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Cooler today, easily installed and really good. Well better than stock cooler.

Hyper 212 Plus - Cooler Master - Leading Provider of Computer Case | Cooler | Power Supply

Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus review

The 1 fan which is mounted is intake.

If i were to install another fan to make it dual fan, would both be intake or would one be exhaust and intake etc. As in going with the push pull flow?????


I have the 212+ as well. You'd want one push and 1 pull. Also, make sure the 2nd fan moves the same amount of air as the 1st, or you'll create a bottleneck of sorts. But with 2 fans that have equal airflow, you will notice a drop in temps. But there will be more noise, unless you change both fans to a quiet fan like Noctua's. A Guy

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/125862-cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-cooler.html
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A:Solved: i5 stock cooler vs. 775 stock cooler

Eh, how embarrassing, the 775 cooler doesn't fit on the 1156 socket.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-i5-stock-cooler-vs-775-stock-cooler.971160/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/liquid-cooling-help.662976/
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A:liquid cooling help

there aren't really "brands" per se for a whole system. We all kind of piece the things together ourselves from different types of components that meet our needs.

I have a couple of different liquid cooled systems, and have used parts from Zalman, Koolance, Danger Den, D-Tek and others pretty successfully. There are always fanbois that will tell you that they read some goofy review somewhere about a specific component, but in reality, it all mostly works pretty well.

The guys are extreme systems in the liquid cooling forum are pretty sober most of the time (not always, some fanbois there too).

koolance and danger den both have pretty broad lines of stuff, all mostly good. Also, FrozenCPU.com has an awesome selection.

Just make sure you get a radiator thats big enough for everything you want to cool. And use at least 3/8" hose (1/2 is overkill most of the time)

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/270875-liquid-cooling-help.html
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Hey all -- Just a simple question. does anybody have any experience comparing Avid Liquid and Avid DV? I am looking to purchase either for a startup business. I have been using DV Pro w/Mojo at work but Liquid is a heck of a lot cheaper. I understand that Liquid does not provide the same I/O but for now I will be working digital only. I also understand that they are 2 different products. I am concerned about output and ease of use.

Thanks
Any info will be helpful. Need to make a decision and purchase soon.

Steve
 

A:Avid Liquid or DV?

Liquid is fairly powerful, but let me tell you, it does things in a different way then almost any NLE I have tried. If you feel comfortable with Avid DV PRo---then definately stick with Avid DV. By the way, I edit for a living and for all my DV work I use Vegas Video---the most stable and complete NLE I have ever tried. The only problem is that they do things differently then both Avid products and there is a bit of a learning curve. If you want to try it, they have a 30 day demo over at the Sonydigital media website.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/avid-liquid-or-dv.451057/
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Allo first post on this forum been lurking quite a Upgrade to Liquid while though Finally it's bugged me enough to want help as I'm not sure where to turn for this Right now I have GTX 's in SLi in my rig along with a Q on an MSI P N SLI Platinum I love this system to death but dear god do the GPUs run hot Right now running FFXI at highest settings minimized it's Upgrade to Liquid sitting at C I'd love to knock them down a bit and water cooling seems to be the best option but I have no idea where to even start I'm not sure if these cards even support a cooling block especially since it's in SLI mode Right now there's an EVGA cooler on them stock and it's absolutely worthless Not only are the cards smoking hot but my room is the hottest room in the house I'm not liking it at all on F days lol Even during the winter my room gets toasty enough that I open the window to let some cold air in I guess my real question is what am I best off doing I was looking at the Koolance Exos- Supposedly it cools W worth of heat I'm not sure if this is overkill as I plan to upgrade one day hopefully to i GTX xxx's Well I hope this wasn't too little much information I'm just seriously confused Also so I don't forget once that is all cleared up How should I go about the route to adequately cool all the neccessary components Doesn't need to be answered right away just for my own reference but if someone wants to answer feel free lol Thanks again

A:Upgrade to Liquid

Originally Posted by KtotheFC


Right now, running FFXI at highest settings (minimized), it's sitting at 64C.



64C isn't hot at all. Newer Nvidia cards will run upward of 95C before you run into any real problems.

My GTX285 peaks at about 85C-86C and it is still going fine.

How hot do they get when they are fully loaded?

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/240612-upgrade-liquid.html
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I have Windows XP Home Software. Every once in awhile when I open MGI PhotoSuite III SE this message pops up: Root.html,_Route Call ( ): Rooting Liquid Not Found.
This has happened innumerable times. To get rid of it I must CTRL ALT DEL. Then I reopen Photo Suite without difficulty and it operates without difficulty. Any ideas what this is all about?
hermie
 

A:Rooting Liquid

Hi, Try this: http://forums.techguy.org/digital-photography-imaging/261603-mgi-photosuite-iii.html I know the link to the Roxio forums doesn't work...I am looking for a good one,hang on

Edit: I looked at all the posts in Roxio Community for PhotoSuite all versions, and there is nothing...

Most of the posts I found just said to keep on doing what you are doing> and ignore the issue as long as you can still use the program. It's about time to get a newer version, or use something different maybe?

PhotoSuite owned by Roxio and now, by Sonic...and up to version 8.

It's an old thread, I am not sure it would apply to newer versions of PS, but it's a start

More./.

http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t192567-weird-error-message.html

ISSUE
Internet Explorer script errors occur when launching or working in
Roxio PhotoSuite 4 Platinum.

I have an ancient version of MGI PhotoSuite III SE.
(Ver. 3.00.0601 ENG)
When I open it I get the error message:
Root.html,_RouteCall{}:Routing Liquid not found
It doesn't appear to make any difference to the program but I would like
to know what it means, please.
TIA

CAUSE
This article applies to Roxio branded versions of PhotoSuite 4 only.
This may be caused by one of the following issues.
1.*Windows user name contains invalid HTML characters.
2.*An updated HTMLComponent file may be required.
3. Internet Explorer needs to be updated.
RESOLUTION
Section 1 - Windows user name contains invalid HTML characters.
PhotoSuite uses java scripting in many program functions.* Characters
such as \ / : * ? " ' < > | are incompatible with the java commands
used by PhotoSuite resulting in error messages.* If your Windows user
name does not contain any of these characters, proceed to Section 2.
If you have used any of these characters in your windows user name,
the only way to resolve this issue will be to create a new Windows
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Section 2 - Installing an updated HTMLComponent file.
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C:\Program Files\Roxio\PhotoSuite 4\Resources
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A:Liquid Cooling Help!

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...Yet the water pump is very loud.Click to expand...

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deanlaing12 said:





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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/liquid-cooling-question.710487/
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Hello I am seeking rd party thoughts opinions solutions for an overheat issue that has started for me recently past days for this system I have owned happily maintenance free for years after the cooled overheating liquid CPU initial RMA with the PSU Specs at bottom with more relevant items toward the top The Symptoms Massive and rather liquid cooled CPU overheating sudden CPU temp spikes - C that tripped system safety-restarts You guessed it the first event happened liquid cooled CPU overheating when playing a game after of these I became suspicious and went easy on the system The windows auto-shut error was kinda vague The Post CPU overtemp error was not I installed HWmonitor to keep track of things Overheat shuts then began happening when I was away from my desk for less than mins Norton idle scans were tripping it I temporily uninstalled that but it seems now that ANY total sustained CPU load over or so will quickly overheat the CPU within minutes and modern games are suicidal In case it does not stick out this has a closed loop liquid cooling system CPU only -What I know suspect and have researched already- I have a active ticket with CyberPowerPC But I want some rd party viewpoints This system is getting old And this may just be some components hitting natural End of life That Liquid cooler pump for instance Perhaps the CPU thermal compound AMD CPU s run hot I could not get it above C no matter what I tried when I monitored temps when the system was new I then stopped monitoring up till this incident I am not and have never overclocked this machine There was no need to AMD has not released any Windows MoBo chipset drivers that I could locate Found a forum post that windows can monkey with VCORE voltages and indeed my HWmonitor reported a Max VCORE of I don t know enough about this to know if its related to overheating but sounds like it could be The fan cooled Vid card handles fine C idle and max C during intense games The CPU temp resets the system first The only major change to this system in the past month was windows gt Windows free upgrade I want to discount this as a software issue and so does CyberPower but b c of this fact I cannot I did make a pass at removing bloatware from Win Issue persists did make a cloneZilla image of my Windows OS partition before upgrading This HWmon screen demonstrates the ridiculous state Note the utilization vs current temps I All case amp radiator fans are doing their job The entire CPU Water block is physically HOT this is not a case of a bad temperature sensor The LCS liquid cooling system hose connecting the CPU water block to the radiator gets warm The LCS hose connecting the radiator back to the reservoir is at room temp The LCS hose connecting the reservoir to the CPU block is at room temperature I honestly cannot determine if the pump is running There is no vibration distinct from what the chassis fans may produce Instinct tells me that the heat is being trapped in the CPU gt Radiator hose since it goes vertically upward and slowly being cooled by the radiator fan Others say that since the other hoses are room temp it means the fluid is flowing I have not a clue where the pump lies within the LCS The LCS fluid level indicator is above the blue LED light and about to the top of the transparent opening CyberPower support did not seem immediately alarmed by this If the LCS pump turns out the problem can it be replaced or am I doomed to buy an entirely new LCS This case is nightmare-ish I d rather exhaust all easy options before having to take it apart System Specs CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra BASE PRICE Apr Item Values Redacted CPU AMD Phenom II X T Six-Core CPU w HyperTransport Technology GPU AMD Radeon HD GB GDDR X PCIe Video Card FAN CyberPower Xtreme Hydro Liquid Cooling Kit MM w Dual Fan CPU amp GPU Closed Loop Liquid Cooler Gfx Card incompatible amp remained Fan cooled MOTHERBOARD Asus M A GTD Pro USB AMD GX Chipset Hardware Core Unlocker CrossFireX Support DDR Sckt AM ATX w Bui... Read more

A:liquid cooled CPU overheating

You may have a hose that is deteriorating or other problem impeding the flow of water/heat transfer.
Honestly I have NEVER been a fan of water cooling. IMO it is a leak or problem waiting to happen. If this were my system, I would remove the water cooling and install a coolermaster 212 hsf. I use those on all systems here and right now a VERY overclocked amd 6core cpu is running @30C. It will get up to 55C when stress testing with prime95.
 

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My buddy is using water cooling using the open bucket method and i was wondering if there would be any change if instead of H2O he used beer if there would be any major change in cooling?:chef:
 

A:Alternate liquid cooling

From http://www.supercool.se/pages/calculate.html :

TO COOL DOWN
Cooling effect (Pc = W) required to cool down within a given time (t = s):


where
c = specific heat of object (Ws/g C)

m = mass in grams (g)

DeltaT = temperature difference (C)

Example: To calculate the effect required to cool 5 l of beer (m = 5,000 g) from 20C (which is also ambient temperature) down to 5C (Delta T = 15) in 2 hrs (t = 7,200 s).

Beer is mostly water, thus c = 1 cal/g = 4.18 Ws/g C.
Click to expand...

But if I find you or your buddy wasting good beer I will be round your house with a lynch mob quicker than you can say "The beers are on me". :evil:
With beer being brewed in a process that involves sugar amounst other things I think the density of the beer would be significantly different from that of H2O. It will probably be slightly more difficult to cool, and probably also not draw the heat out of the water block as efficiently...
 

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A:Liquid Cooling Thing...

You just need them for extreme overclocking. They use water to cool the main processor.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/liquid-cooling-thing.89002/
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A:Problems after liquid cooling

Band of power supply?

There's a thread somewhere around here which says that most cheap power supplies don't get anywhere close to the rated power, as the conditions needed to get to the rated power is at impossible temps (and probably theoretical rates).

Another problem MIGHT be that while installing the W/C system you might have loosened some connections or something. Probably not the case, but might help.

Better check there is no leakage too.... but if you had installed it properly leakage shouldn't be a problem.

Can't think of any real problem though....
 

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Hello everyone I attempted to post this thread already but I think the site automatically logged me out while I was writing it then I lost the thread when I clicked post If there is a thread nearly exactly the same with Fan cooling liquid monitoring as this I apologise I have just built a Fan monitoring with liquid cooling PC and I have incorporated into it the Tt BigWater Liquid cooling system The motherboard is an Fan monitoring with liquid cooling ASUS A N-SLI Deluxe which has fan connections on it CPU FAN CHIP FAN Chipset POWER CHA FAN chassis fan and Fan monitoring with liquid cooling CHA FAN chassis fan These fan connections seemed perfectly accomodating at first however the pump for the liquid cooling system required a fan connection so I used the connection CHA FAN the connection I had originally used for the front mm fan The radiator also required a fan connection it does have a fan however I used the connection CHA FAN which originally housed the rear mm fan since this fan was removed to make room for the radiator there was no contest for this connection Since the liquid cooling system uses a waterblock instead of a heatsink and fan there was no CPU fan connector however there was a blue LED in the waterblock that required the same -pin fan connection so I put that into CPU FAN When I first turned on the system I got a warning about CPU FAN FAIL Since there was no CPU fan I expected this The LED in the waterblock was lit My first question is how to disable the CPU fan check I have been to the hardware monitor section of my bios and I can t find anything to turn it off Is there any way to disable this besides the BIOS My main question though is about fan control The BIOS is equipped with something called Q FAN technology which smartly adjusts fan speed in reaction to system load Howver the technology works only with CPU FAN CHIP FAN and CHA FAN since I don t have a CPU fan and a pump is connected to the CHA FAN connection I don t think I can use this feature Now there is a user control knob that speeds up or slows down the radiator fan in the form of an expansion slot but I really wouldn t know when to turn this up I have in my possesion a Lian Li Temperature Monitor and Fan control device that fits into a inch bay and is capable of monitoring three temperatures and controling three fans however there is no documentation included with it and I have yet to find anything on the internet The fan control leads end in the same female -pin connectors as the fans so where am I suppose to stick them The sysyem seems to be cool at the moment but I am worried when I start installing an operating system the fans will not react to the increased activity remember the front mm is not connected to anything now it is only powered it is spinning however Any advise of anything in this post would be greatly appreciated Regards nbsp

A:Fan monitoring with liquid cooling

I'm an *****

On closer inspection of the Lian device, it seems as the fan control connectors had little male female adapter caps on them. Okay I could probably get that set up now but I'd apreciate any comments. Is this a good way to setup, where should I place the temperature monitors etc (anything really.)

Regards
 

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This is my CPU:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103849

Thanks everyone ahead of time!
 

A:Liquid Cooling System

closing duplicate
other post also closed here
http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/1015910-liquid-cooling-system.html

please just keep to one post

here
http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/1015860-solved-liquid-cooling-system.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/liquid-cooling-system.1016136/
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A:Liquid cooling question

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This is my CPU:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103849

Thanks everyone ahead of time!
 

A:Liquid Cooling System

Please do not create more than one thread for the same issue.

Closing duplicate.
 

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A:Liquids for liquid cooling

Howdy

XP+ HERE
I've heard it's the right stuff.
G'Luck
 

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A:Liquid spill under laptop

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A:liquid cooling system

No. But tap water contains minerals and other impurities that not only make the water conductive (bad if you get a leak, even though that is rare), but also make the water more corrosive. Over time this can lead to rust or mineral buidup in places.

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A:Is liquid cooled for all computers?

Liquid cooling is mostly used for overclocking the processor and video card. It works well but is complicated to install and a leak can ruin your system. Its not really for the casual user.
 

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A:Liquid Cooling Systems?

1) that link doesn't work, so I can't see the case
2) if you aren't having cooling issues, then upgrading is a waste of money.
3) there is always a chance of leaking, even with a prebuilt system. hardware fails, it's a fact of life.
4) most kits include a single heatsink for just the cpu
5) they can also create more noise and/or heat (outside the case). You are replacing the fans on the cpu/gpu with larger fans on the radiator to keep the liquid cool
 

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A:A question about liquid coolant

Yes, a water block still needs thermal compound.
 

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Do you know how this problem can be fixed or minimised?

I don't have the money to buy a new one or get it repaired at the moment, but I'm willing to give it my best to try to fix it.

This is roughly how it looks like:

 

A:Liquid in LCD monitor is getting messy

Unfortunately there is nothing you can do appart from replacing the lcd screen (repair which will cost more than buying a new monitor) or buy a new monitor from someone like amazon or ebuyer which have very good deals - or risk buying used on ebay.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/liquid-in-lcd-monitor-is-getting-messy.853320/