I thought this is to post system? Anyway, yes it does run hot. low side 50-65 c is common as well as high side 55-70 is normal for the compressor you have.newls1 said:Is it normal for the compressor to get hot to the touch? I can touch mine for about 4-5 seconds, and then it gets to hot.... If it matters, the compressor is a 1/3 HP
thanks... and yup... wiring definitely needs work... but that is just one of the many things I haven't got around to yet... I wanted to make sure everything was running and working perfectly before doing anything about the looks of it.cornelious0_0 said:Very nice setup man...wiring could use some work, but a very nice setup none-the-less.
Which is what I'd do to...good call man, and once again...nice work.NortHWizarD said:thanks... and yup... wiring definitely needs work... but that is just one of the many things I haven't got around to yet... I wanted to make sure everything was running and working perfectly before doing anything about the looks of it.
That's pretty much where I was too...and it's not like you typically test out the overheat shutdown works when you setup your system. The best of luck to you man.NortHWizarD said:because right now, if the pump fails, I have to hope the overheat shutdown in the bios works, and works fast... or I will have melted crap all over the place at the very least.
this summer i should be getting the lian li PC-65, andcornelious0_0 said:Wow, this thread sure did die off in a hurry.
Are there not that many other people running phase systems around here anymore or what?
I'm looking at having a single stage unit custom built for an upcoming project and I was hoping I'd be able to grab some new pics for inspiration...but I guess I'll have to mosey on back to XS.
It's all good though...bench on my brothers.
Most motherboard sensors don't go below 0 degrees and the ones that do don't report accurate temps. Unless someone find a way to hook a normal temperature sensor to their computer and get it to register as a mobo sensor I don't think you can get SpeedFan to accurately report temps. Most extreme OC'ers have their own temp sensors which are placed on the cpu/gpu/nb blocks.Clocker said:Do your hardware sensors work? So can you use SpeedFan?
sladesurfer said:Here's mine
wow that has to be one the cleanest setups ever. low profile video card and nothing really connected to it but 2 sata connections .. guessing dvd and hd.. what do u use it for? i like how u have your hd backwards
I'm not at his level yet Still practicing pouring LN2 to maintain stable cpu temp. load and idle. Cpu and mobo ran ok with temp. to -180C, but froze when its up to -95C.Arcygenical said:Holy HELL Cent.
Going for the 3Dmark record against K|ngp|n are we?