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rjbarker64

Member Since 01 Jan 2019
Offline Last Active Jan 17 2019 04:30 PM
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In Topic: New Build, artifacting gpu

09 January 2019 - 05:03 PM

Very likely you did this but did you do a "clean" install of GPU Driver ? Using a 3rd party tool like DDU and then run CCleaner to "clean" the Registry after running DDU.....then install Drivers.....


In Topic: Clean the water loop

05 January 2019 - 10:53 PM

^^^^ I work on a ship and go "away to sea" for up to 3 months at a time (System sits).....I used to use Fesser 1....as said had mushroom / anemonies growing in my Rez....but that was after almost 26 months...the last 2 yrs been going with EK Cryo Fuel Concentrate (clear only)...but mix it 1: 7 instead of 1:9.....Loop stays nice n clean...no problem going 18 months.....my loop is close to 2L ....


In Topic: Time for a New Build... Just Because

03 January 2019 - 08:11 PM

Did the same here....last build 2012...RIVE and 3930K......this time MXI E / 9900K and new DDR4 32 G Ram ....then may as well change out all drives...clean OS install,,,,

 

Recycled most of the WC'ing gear and the 1080Ti's ....new tubing....didnt need to its just I felt like I was getting so out of touch with tech Id better get on it ;)

First time someone mentioned an M.2 Drive I had to go n google it !!!!


In Topic: Clean the water loop

02 January 2019 - 06:30 PM

Hey Mike (OP) ....couple of other little tips...

 

- When flushing your Rads and on your final rinses pour the water from the Rads through a filter (coffee works best) and look in there for bits n pieces...if none all is good.

 

- If flushing (although im not a fan of fushing...may as well disassemble so you can take the GPU and CPU Blocks apart to properly clean the fins..make up a fitting for your Rez with a "transition" that will fit a standard Garden hose...hook up to your Rez...open your drain valve and "flush" for a awhile ...fill up a bucket or whatever.....obviously watch how much pressure to put to it...

 

On another note....for the other folks here..any idea when I can get a Signature up ?

 

cheers .....


In Topic: Clean the water loop

01 January 2019 - 03:57 PM

Been using CLR for years (yes we have it here in Canada as well as Oz)....great stuff.

 

- Only for rinsing the inside of your rads.

- Dilute with extremely hot water, fill rads and shake rattle n roll for several minutes.

- Dump it out and repeat 3 or 4 times.

- Rinse rads thoroughly with fresh tap water.

- Final rinse a few times with distilled water.

- stand rads up on end (on order to drain) and let em drain / dry for a day or so.

 

For GPU Blocks I recommend disassembling (disassemble blocks and throughly clean..toothbrush to get in the grooves under jet plates works great).

Disassemble pump n rez...clean thoroughly...use whatever works best....just rinse throroughly with distilled prior to filling.

Replace Tubing (may as well you had it apart...

 

Im super lazy....longest I went was 26 or 28 months with out cleaning my loop....had "mushroom looking anenomies" growing in my Rez lol....still had great temps though ;) ....shortly after that though some gunk made it into one of my 1080Ti EK Blocks and temps shot up....time to clean hahaha

 

I find some folks are wayyyyy to anal with there loops.....there not delicate eggs and are extremely forgiving / robust (when put together right)

 

I'll get my rig in my sig soon...

 

Presently

MXIE w 9900K and EK Supremacy

32G Dom Platinum 3200

2 x 1080Ti w FC EKWB.

SSD's - Samsung M.2 and 860 Pros

XSPC Photon 140 Rez w Vario Pump

RX 480 * 360 * 240 Rads

900D