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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopper64 View Post
    Thanks for the feedback guys. Most helpful.
    water cooling is way from hard and you need to ask ????

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    oh i see showing off sry ill get my coat

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    i have same cpu urs seems a bit slow ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anub1s21 View Post
    i've owned it for a year, it does have a temperature sensor in there.
    there are 2 models one with only a 3 pin header, one with aquabus, usb and some external stuff, so please pay attention to what your commenting about.

    also isn't 2gpm about 8 liters per minute? are you using an industrial pump cause i'm fairly certain no real loop runs 2gpm.
    atleast not the second you add any reputable cpu/gpu block.
    orientation also does not matter (i had it installed upside down, come at me brah) if it's ratteling there's air in there, do what you have to (in my case i just pulsed the pump 25>50>75>100>25 a few times and the air came out and it became dead silent.

    when a owners testimony gets called in to question gotta ask what people are sniffing these days ^^
    granted i cannot show you it on the aquacomputer website as they don't make special mention of it, they don't even appear to mention it in the manual >.> but this one https://shop.aquacomputer.de/product...oducts_id=2897 the one with all the connectors has a internal temperature sensor. if you don't believe me feel free in about a week my cooling should be back together and i can post proof from aquasuite ^^

    untill then this one >>>

    the one i'm holding in my hand and have used for over a year, has a internal temperature sensor i am 100% certain of that.
    i know because i had no temperature sensor connected yet it gave me a temperature and shockingly this was within 0.1 degree's of my other inline temperature sensor not exact but shocking in how close (the other is a metal fitting with a temperature sensor below a rubber jacket...did not expect much of that thing. i didn't plan of having 2 temp sensors in my loop but i do.
    I have the non USB version and it doesn’t have an internal temp sensor nor does the USB have one listed under its description but if it does indeed have one then I’m wrong.

    As for 2GPM I can reach that with my pumps on max but I’m also running 4 pumps.
    As for installing it upside dow or vertical it does make a noise cause I know the 2 that I have do, again the non USB version but I doubt it’s built differently.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array xarot PC Specs
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    Cool to see you finally went for a custom loop Hopper64...

    But your i9-9900X@4.9? Wow...my 9900X won't go above 4.6 with any sane voltage.
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    ROG Guru: Black Belt Array Hopper64 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by xarot View Post
    Cool to see you finally went for a custom loop Hopper64...

    But your i9-9900X@4.9? Wow...my 9900X won't go above 4.6 with any sane voltage.
    Yea. I read somewhere that an AIO was water cooling equivalent to training wheels. Had to do something about that.

    My 9900x is stable at 4.9. It’s a really good chip. It won’t do realbench terribly well but it’s quite stable with the Intel extreme tuning utility. It passes a stress test without any problems. Very stable with handbrake too. Handbrake really stresses the CPU. Used it to hone in on the correct Vcore.*

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    Hi,
    Water flow tends to vary with how many and what type radiators...

    3600rpm is sort of a sweet spot for me opposed to full blast all the time difference on medium oc say 4.2.. water temp can go from full blast 34c to 30c at 3600rpm by changing the rpm level.

    Max oc well that is usually full tilt on fans and pumps and see how it goes

    Highest thermal limit on 9940x was 4.8 or my limit on thermal was low to mid 90c
    Last edited by ThrashZone; 08-22-2019 at 03:21 PM.

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