CraptacularOneWhat exactly do you want to know? I'm running dual 360mm rads in my build. With my daily driver settings CPU runs at about 50-60C while gaming and about 70C full load at 5Ghz P core, 4Ghz E core. The RTX 3080 Ti tops out at 60C load in games at 2050Mhz core and 20Ghz memory. VRM gets to about 60C and memory roughly the same 60C.
CraptacularOnedual 360mm rads will definitely be enough to cool that.
GloR1ouS_Okay I got my loop together and the temps are not bad at all. I lowered my CPU to a 5.0/4.0 because I wanted to drop my vcore by almost 1v. CPU averages about 60C with spikes to 70, GPU is at 61 core 64 Vram at 2860x1620 (new 4k DLDSR equiv) but the coolant temp is averaging at about 40-41C under game load. Thats also the GPU dumping 400W into the loop as well as 2100 on the core +800 Vram. My question is, what is the acceptable temps on the coolant loop itself? I have my 6x noctua's running at 1400 RPM and intake fans running at 1250 on the side of the Lian Li 011. Is this good or is that coolant temp too high? It is a very hot loop tbh.
rjbarkerGood little indicator is your GPU idle temp vs room ambient....a "perfect efficient loop" your gpu when you boot up and allow your system to idle for 5 min or should indicate GPU idle temp very very close to room ambient...as in 2c difference....Also after loading up your gpu how long does it take to get back down to near ambient...?