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June 13, 2009 3:39:50 PM

i buit a machine where iam using watercooler on processor, it is a thermaltake 760is.

my case is a Akasa infiniti..this like you can see.

http://www.pckoloji.com/attachments/sirket-haberleri/56...

then i have a phenom II x4 940 processor overclocked to 3.6Ghz

it's 240 x 15 acctually. i also raised the core voltage in 0.05.

and temperatures are 48-49 in idle and 51-52 in full

my ambient temperature is like 30C

so there you go my question..temperature is ok? or it should be more cold?

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June 13, 2009 6:00:58 PM

It should be fine, but I heard ThermalTake water cooling isn't that good.
June 13, 2009 7:08:44 PM

yes just seems so, well i think the big problem it that radiator is placed inside the case, if it were out...could be better, but nevermind, it is far better than any air cooler :> thanks man
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June 14, 2009 4:17:33 AM

temps are fine dont worry. enjoy
June 14, 2009 6:26:56 PM

thanks :) 
a c 324 K Overclocking
June 15, 2009 3:01:29 PM

Correct, Thermaltake watercoolers are very poor performers. All of those all-in-one kits typically do not do much better than good air coolers for 4x the cost. Watercooling, when done right, requires some research, good components and a good amount of DIY.
June 15, 2009 5:09:38 PM

what u mean with DIY? and by the way, i had a nice air cooler, the asus royal knights and i see that with the water cooler it is much better, as i said, indeed thermaltake isnot the best but in comparation with air cooler it gives a nice punch.
a c 324 K Overclocking
June 15, 2009 7:39:41 PM

DIY...do-it-yourself. As in, requires a significant amount of planning, setup and some maintenence over the course of time.
June 15, 2009 8:32:44 PM

yep, sorry but iam brazilian then sometimes i dunno any slangs and abreviations.

but thanks alot ;P
a b K Overclocking
June 15, 2009 9:34:27 PM

rubix_1011 said:
Correct, Thermaltake watercoolers are very poor performers. All of those all-in-one kits typically do not do much better than good air coolers for 4x the cost. Watercooling, when done right, requires some research, good components and a good amount of DIY.

+1.

@OP: I do hope the TT doesn't leak on you....
June 16, 2009 2:30:20 AM

well for me even being a poor WC it is helping a lot..my temperatures do not go high of 55 when at 3.6 and core voltage at 1.45 @ prime95 stress.

i used to get almost 70C with the asus knight.


tomorrrow ill bring my computer to my work, where has an ar condition and temperatures are like 20C.

and ill see how many degrees it goes down.

maybe theres the issue, i dunno where you guys lives but here where i live it is 30C in the winter, you can imagine in summer ^^, then i dont think the WC is doin a lame work, it on my eyes looks like the place where i live is causing troubles
January 3, 2010 6:42:44 PM

rabujento said:
i buit a machine where iam using watercooler on processor, it is a thermaltake 760is.

my case is a Akasa infiniti..this like you can see.

http://www.pckoloji.com/attachments/sirket-haberleri/56...

then i have a phenom II x4 940 processor overclocked to 3.6Ghz

it's 240 x 15 acctually. i also raised the core voltage in 0.05.

and temperatures are 48-49 in idle and 51-52 in full

my ambient temperature is like 30C

so there you go my question..temperature is ok? or it should be more cold?


if u change the 1/4 line's and fittings on the pump and radiator to 3/8 u will get better cooling it dropped my temps by 10 degrees
a c 86 K Overclocking
January 3, 2010 8:46:54 PM

Shrek2, you notice your replied to a post that is 6 months old? So it's kinda dead. Don't waste your time with these, they 99.9% of the time won't see it.
January 3, 2010 8:57:01 PM

i put it up there so maybe other people will see it and can make it work better for them
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