- Dec 5, 2018
Thanks for the answers.
in my book.
Your first image will not open to a size I can read.
Your "Physics and thermal transfer, water can't take away heat if the water temp is higher than the CPU tempsr" babble is simple common sense.
OKay, so someone else has told you how little coolant is in a CLC. Sorry, I don't do video reviews. I want written ones, but that's me. Custom loops have reservoirs hold as much often more than CLCs do.
Read what freeagentt posted about his H100 cooling ability over time on hot CPU. His H100 cooling degradation was mostly loss of coolant. Numerous times people ave lower improved CLC performance by removing waterblock base and topping up coolant.
It isn't the increased coolant temps that wears pump but the loss of coolant.
Increased coolant temp means increased temps in hose and plastic which is expansion so higher molecular action thus coolant can move from inside CLC to atmosphere easier .. meaning more coolant loss with higher coolant temps .. meaning less cooling ability of CLC .. and when coolant becomes low enough for air bubbles start moving through pump we have increased pump and seal wear.
.Apology accepted. Very easy for posts to be misunderstood. I apologize for how I replied to you.
I probably laughed more than I should have. It was fairly new when I was playing around with it like that. I did leave my D14 for it, so it wasn't horrible. Also was using my Panaflos on it before I took the stock fans out of the package, so a little better than stock performance
But.. I have LGMRT now.. no need for a CLC.. although I have looked a couple of times at them.. But they are expensive and I really want either a new CPU or GPU. My overclock cant really be improved on the CPU side of things so not much point.. it can but I don't want to hurt it.