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enthalpy

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  1. Does not work good passively, due to the direction of airflow. You should use another type of rad for that! https://www.aquatuning.de/wasserkuehlung/radiatoren/radiatoren-passiv/8381/alphacool-cape-cora-hf-642-konvekt-schwarz?c=353
  2. Water is about 1-2K above room temperature. GPU in 40s and CPU depending on the load. 100% 4.5GHz @ 1.1V about mid 60s. It peaks about 50K above Water due to the Intel Stock TIM. But there was no need for delidding yet :D AVX512 is about 3GHz on all cores... otherwise my PSU melts :D
  3. Graduated, got a job Lost track of time But now I am back to gaming
  4. But wait... there is more It was about time! 23 Noctua got an upgrade! ...and in march 2018 we go hard pipe
  5. To replace a 7950 with a broken fan
  6. Seems as if 23-Noctua is ready i7-950 at 4.2GHz (almost 7 years old CPU) AMD R9-290 at 1080MHz Core Clock (over 2 year old GPU) GA-EX58-UD5 Motherboard (Socket 1366 - the forgotten son) 2x8GB Corsair DDR3 Vengeance Pro 1600MHz (going only 2 sticks made OC easier) Had 7.1 Fidelity at one point a week ago, dont know why it is lower today
  7. Yes. Sorry for that. Underestimated the amount of money the new flat and furniture would take out of my project-money-box And before I do a crappy halfhearted job... i wait for the time i got enough cash to spare
  8. Okay, no copper pipes soon but at least the system survived moving to the new flat And yea... have to improve the cable management behind the desk
  9. Exactly! You cant hear the fans Only if the Pump goes 100% it is slightly audible. btw: The Fans spin around 430-600RPM MAXIMUM! But the PVC tubing between Rads and PC doesnt look that nice imo
  10. So. Rig is up and running on PVC tubes right now to determine noise levels. But i think this is the place where it stays So... next thing is deciding where to run the copper lines. But this time it is so close to the rig, that i am not sure if it is worth the hustle to be honest at first i was thinking about moving the rads to the other room tubes through the wall...
  11. Going hard copper tubing from the case to the rads
  12. Next month I'll move to another house So the System/Loop is going to be changed Looking forward to it!
  13. Yea. I used OBS for years... but I got an old i7 and a R9-290 and ratpr promised more performance
  14. I got the same problem! Do you use Bitdefender?
  15. Oooookay. So I had an idea =) The "storage" HDD is always on... but the backup HDDs... i can turn them off now permanently And i also included a cap into the powerline
  16. Hey I need windows software to be able to run on it so linux wasnt an option. dlna and smb are also running well i got an android app and it works awesome but thx for your advise!
  17. Yes, it does, but the case only has one intake 140 but it seems to be okay. the case has rubber seals, so dust shouldnt be such big problem. when it is not summer, the top fans are off anyways but with that low power consumption, it is really okay
  18. It helped a lot to direct the flow and so the noise to the back of the locker. And the bitumen inside the case stopped the aluminium from vibrating i only need a WD green now i guess. my 2 seagates are okay, but the older drives dont go into hybernate
  19. Normal.. but i deafened the case now with some bitumen works awesome!
  20. Some new pictures And btw... the server runs awesome!
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