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    Water cooling loop for a i9 7980XE

    Hi guys,

    After i come from air-cooling to AIO cooling on my last i7 5960X will this to light for my new build a Intel i9 7980XE system.

    So,after reading and searching i come to these parts with help!

    Water-Cooling loop parts for i9 7980XE

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    -Phobya G-Changer 360 V.2 - Full Copper
    -Watercool HEATKILLER? IV PRO (INTEL processor) COPPER NI
    -Alphacool Eisbecher D5 150mm Acetal reservoir incl. 1x Alphacool Eispumpe VPP755
    -Alphacool HF 19/13 compression fitting 45? revolvable G1/4 - chrome (x6)
    -Tygon E3603 tubing 19,1/12,7mm (1/2"ID) clear (3m)
    -Alphacool Ultra Pure Water 1000ml (x2)
    -Noctua NF-F12 Indu. 3000 PWM 120x120x25 | industrial PPC (x3)

    How do you find..or you would change a item..or still something missing..
    Any idea or sugestion is welcome!

    This system will be again pure for Chess testings..means system will run @100% whole day!
    And hope to get again around 4.5Ghz as overclocking..

    Thank you!
    -Core i9 7980XE @4,20Ghz Vcore:1,10V
    -Asrock X299 Taichi XE
    -Custom water-cooling loop
    -16Gb Corsair DDR4 3200Mhz
    -Samsung 960 evo 250Gb SSD M.2
    -Samsung 850 evo 500Gb SSD
    -Samsung SH-S223Q
    -MSI Gforce 960
    -Cooler Master HAF 932
    -Seasonic Prime 1300W Gold

    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=1#post5259523

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    Push pull fan with controller?

    Enermax Twister Pressure
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    Lap the CPU to 2000 grit and you will get lower TD between cores and overall.
    Intel 7960X ES @ 4.4Ghz
    ASUS Rampage VI Extreme
    GTX 1080ti Galax Hall of Fame
    32GB Galax Hall of Fame
    Intel Optane
    Platimax 1350W
    Enermax 240 Liqtech AIO

    Intel 8700K @ 5.2Ghz
    Asus Maximus X Apex
    GRX 1080ti Galax Hall of Fame
    16GB Galax Hall of Fame
    Intel Optane
    Platimax 1350W
    Enermax 240 Liqtech AIO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Wirth View Post
    Lap the CPU to 2000 grit and you will get lower TD between cores and overall.
    Is that worth it, when you can buy a new IHS for like $20?
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    In chosing the fans i have go for the one with highest Static Pressure

    Enermax Twister Pressure High-Performance Fan: static pressure of 1,709 mm-H₂O
    Noctua NF-F12 Indu. 3000 PWM: static pressure of 7,63 mm H₂O

    As cooling paste i will use Gelid GC-Extreme

    Lapping the cpu is still a step to far for me..

    Found a nice test with a Enermax Twister D.F. Pressure : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ELKu3qQ5Bc

    2000RPM 81,7CFM 24dB 2,858 mm H₂O for 16,90Euro is also a very nice fan with a good Static pressure and even silent!
    So yes..this one in push-pull configuration is something to think about..
    Last edited by JPQY; 02-20-2018 at 11:27 PM.
    -Core i9 7980XE @4,20Ghz Vcore:1,10V
    -Asrock X299 Taichi XE
    -Custom water-cooling loop
    -16Gb Corsair DDR4 3200Mhz
    -Samsung 960 evo 250Gb SSD M.2
    -Samsung 850 evo 500Gb SSD
    -Samsung SH-S223Q
    -MSI Gforce 960
    -Cooler Master HAF 932
    -Seasonic Prime 1300W Gold

    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=1#post5259523

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