Live: 9980XE Overclocking with Car Radiator


Júlio Rosa
Júlio Rosa

It's all ok you are live

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Lane Scroggin
Lane Scroggin

I love how he calls the 9980XE the 7980 over and over. since they're basically identical

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r3hab rog
r3hab rog

I had audio only from the right speaker...

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Joseph
Joseph

Wait wait wait....are you cooling a cpu with a car radiator??? Holy shit!!

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thewhizard
thewhizard

Put the radiator in the mini fridge with your beer keg

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zack aird
zack aird

no sound for me and i checked all my sound.

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Samuel Millott
Samuel Millott

Thanks for the theoretical particle physics reference. I enjoyed.

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1Bonehed
1Bonehed

Hahaha... 3:01:10 I think you will have to first download the Internet, then you can download some ram...That was great

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Robert Frisch
Robert Frisch

Need to use a Mishitmoto rad for a 6.0 Ford Diesel.

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Hieronymus
Hieronymus

With a radiator that big just use a 20 dollar box fan from walnut.

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Ivan Jakanov
Ivan Jakanov

gosh that's cute. SF600

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pev
pev

I don't really get why you had to include "car radiator" in the title. The MO-RA3 is specifically designed for PC cooling, it might be of similar size compared to car radiators but that's where the similarity ends. I think it's stupid and unprofessional to include that in the video title!!

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Pasta Sarmonella E-Specialé
Pasta Sarmonella E-Specialé

Basically built an Apple desktop computer which also had a gigantic radiator but hidden under a shield. Also, how does even succeed getting a HDD bust a huge hole in it?

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Harry Hatchet
Harry Hatchet

Noctua are nice fans, the only thing are these stupid Stiff cable protect....

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Mihai Pietrosanu
Mihai Pietrosanu

Concita is back but she not sing she do a pc test.

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Kenneth Cook
Kenneth Cook

Hmmm, Interesting definition of 'Reasonable' that you have there!

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OneEyed Jacks
OneEyed Jacks

Its 2018 and Adobe thinks multi core performance is a passing fad.

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Qamar Rasheed
Qamar Rasheed

Yes

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Гоша Ненастоящий
Гоша Ненастоящий

not for i3)

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Allen Kemmett
Allen Kemmett

Confirmend.. this guy was actually born stupid.

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ReeEEE! NORMIEGETOUT!!
ReeEEE! NORMIEGETOUT!!

all the bong rips didnt help.

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Supra TT
Supra TT

plz put turbo and intercool it on the cpu lollzz

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Fee
Fee

I swear you had an email listed/mentioned somewhere but I can’t find it. Halp

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Robert S
Robert S

That's where my Honda's Rad went.

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Fee
Fee

Ask GN: Can you explore/discuss the concept of “chiplets”/the multi-die approaches in general. You touched on the irony of AMD somewhat pioneering what is seemingly somewhat of a new standard for the industry. I’m wondering to what degree they have Any IP claims, or if it’s not really a new concept at all & Glued together chips are an old concept/commonplace in other applications etc. Lastly, if they have any IP claims to the approach, can you reach out to your IP guy & get an idea to what degree we can expect AMD to collect royalties from Intel/Nvidia/etc or to what degree the patents are broad & easily avoidable while still being able to glue Chips together. Thank you !

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custume
custume

going all in is a understatement for you guys, xiii a damn car radiator hehehhehehehehehehhe I was joking with Jay the other day that the next step was a car radiator, but damn never expect any one to actually do it

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Bill baggins
Bill baggins

Sold-er Not fucking souder

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ZEN Controller
ZEN Controller

it looks like they are made from lower binned chips. intel in their great wisdom have used solder on substandard chips to bring them up to spec... imo i'm hearing bad things about the reachable clocks on retail samples aswell...cheers!

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Holden S
Holden S

That radiator is bigger than the factory one in a 90s honda civic. lol

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TheEllander
TheEllander

1.) The predecessor of the Mora 3, the Watercool MO-RA 2 PRO, was already released in 2009 !!! :headshot: 2.) The Watercool Mora is not a car radiator made of aluminium (copper + aluminium --> strong galvanic cell), but consist of copper pipes without any solder, a low fin density for low rpm fans and still massive cooling performance. 3.) A Watercool Mora 3 360, which can be combined with four 180mm fans, starts at 125€: http://shop.watercool.de/epages/WatercooleK.sf/en_GB/?ViewObjectPath=%2FShops%2FWatercooleK%2FCategories%2FRadiatoren%2FMO-RA3 4.) This cooling solution is more common than extreme in the watercooling "world". Or Americans live in a "soapbubble".

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Hooda Plays
Hooda Plays

I did Oc my i5-7600k with 1.9v and 5.0 ghz and mobo is gigabyte z270x ultra Gaming mobo booted in windows opened temp and saw minimum temp 75°c and average 100° after doing cinabench with benchmark it locked at 1.4ghz and after 2 min, Mobo Dies no post nothing xD

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

+Hooda Plays Shouldn't have lasted 5 minutes. It should have melted within 20-30 seconds (not a joke, the socket should be melted, I know for a fact you can melt them...). Your CPU at 1.9v would be near instant fried (2v is near the max on LN2 without a load for Skylake X). I'll probably push near 1.9v on TR (should be up around 5.3 Ghz, but I don't think liquid nitrogen will be enough), but that chip is destined for greatness or flames (likely both)

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Hooda Plays
Hooda Plays

+Jake Garrett Mate it was on Hyper 212x air cooling and Fun Fact Mobo died after 5 minutes xD or Cpu can also be dead will be going to get it replaced

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

That's a super low OC... I highly doubt those temps though (or the voltage you meant 1.5v). I would probably push TR to that on LN2 (which loves voltage), but the world records for Ryzen are at 2v or a touch below, for Intel its much lower voltage on liquid nitrogen (which you should be hitting 7 Ghz), your power draw would be about 800-900w (not bad on phase, but impossible on water, even if its water at 1c, you need to use something that doesn't freeze, for that temp I would suggest no less than an LN2 cooler, Der8aur sells a nice one, I don't like K1ngP1ns 2 piece because it leaked on me... Don't rock them, lol!)

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Lissandra G
Lissandra G

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carlhil2
carlhil2

This doofus...

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Mary Celeste
Mary Celeste

you should lap your CPU, better thermals

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Justin Bozeman
Justin Bozeman

you have to be doing something wrong if your using a car radiator and you're not being able to pull the heat out of a computer. Energy is energy and to be able to pull the heat out of something that's producing over a hundred horsepower your computer is not putting out even near that energy. If you were using a car radiator why didn't you use a car fan. I have a feeling you were using fans that are meant to just move a lot of air but they can't actually suck through a car radiator. like I said physics is physics you are not producing the heat energy of a hundred 50 horsepower with that computer and therefore it should have absolutely no problem sucking all the heat out

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

Basic physics, "Heat transfer". You have a 1 inch square to transfer heat from, a car has thousands of square inches... That would be close to cooling 100 low powered server CPUs, the temps will be low. Plus if you feel of your car radiator... Yeah, you just got burned didn't you? You can keep the water at room temp (close enough to it), but your CPU still runs 90c for example, because you have thermal resistance (look up the thermal resistance units, its per area).

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John Germain
John Germain

I use the Noctua Industrial 3000 rpm PWM fans with a temperature profile such that they run at about 1800 rpm quietly while temperature is below my set threshold. However, should the temp rise above the threshold the rpm advances quickly and makes a bit of noise. The interesting thing is that the fans almost always run quiet unless I put a sudden load on the system and then they rev up only for a small amount of time before returning to quiet mode. I believe these 3 phase industrial fans lowered my temps at least 10 degrees C.

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bluephreakr
bluephreakr

Coasters in the same material as the modmat? It would be massive overkill, but if you could have a grounding lug to snap onto in the middle, it would be balanced and be used as miniature impromptu modmats for smaller devices, on top of, y'know, being a coaster.

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Daniel Cox
Daniel Cox

Car rads? Why not just custom cut some ACR into a block, and swap that in for an evap core for ya'll's AC? Prolly get better temps.

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Mathieu Boucher
Mathieu Boucher

I'm so happy you finally got one of those. Lowest delta between ambiant and fluid there is.

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kutsuujarble
kutsuujarble

Love my mora3 had it for years now. Nothing I have owned prior or since is even close.

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Mack Shadow
Mack Shadow

Does it come with twin turbos?

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Mzn T
Mzn T

Can anyone that's better with electric current explain why Steve keeps saying 40 Amps? Shouldn't be more like 200+ Amps? Or is he talking about the Amps on the entire rail and is not saying 40 Amps at 1.3V? What am I missing (besides 6th grade physics :P)?

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Mzn T
Mzn T

Got it! Thanks, guys.

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Ben Grogan
Ben Grogan

I could be wrong but I believe he is monitoring a single phase of the VRM

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

12v rail. 40amps x 12v = 480w. That's also how you know what PSU you need (ex, 1000w is 83 amp on 12v rail).

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freddy swag
freddy swag

Hi gn got a Alienware 15 r3 i7-7700hq,1070 laptop can I put liquid metal on that too cuz you know they run real hot with that paste what do you suggest?

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William Hendrick
William Hendrick

Steve, get a bluetooth portable camera for the things that need an 'obscure' angle to show. Scene switching on your casting solution should allow for a seamless transition between sources

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Sam Can
Sam Can

"i wish num lock was on by default" imm prity sure you can change that or at least i can on my AX 370 K7 just have to dig around heh

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William Hendrick
William Hendrick

Will you cut your hair off for men's cancer? Set a silly target and go for it!

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Ulrich Kälber
Ulrich Kälber

actually the first attempts of watercooling used car radiators, as PC radiators were not jet invented.

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ZerqTM
ZerqTM

9:16 HERETIC SCUM!!!! RGB EVERTTHING!!!! Phantek Halos + noctua for epic RGB bling and low noise performance! Fuck the heretics and their RGB hating looser aestetics! RGB Evertything! For when you have maxed out everything else what the fuck else can you do with a PC?!!! i've already built a fucking suit case pc! (for LAN parties) if i cant bling out the RGB then really all i can do is just build another booring PC in a whole long line if booring PCs... If i can get my hands on a C64 replacemnt keyboard and a new bolded c64 case then i may be able to build something intresting... i'm thinking Late panda + reasonably powerful yet compact GPU... it may just be possible to fit one in with some extensive modification... (i mean who wouldn't wanna play Overwatch on a C64 immitation?... (or ideally Magika with the CGA effect on lol) Also if i ever try watercooling again i wanna use that radiator!

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Sanij Nowluck
Sanij Nowluck

next step....go to north/south pole for extreme cooling performances

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NolePtr
NolePtr

Why not use phase change cooling? Fish tank coolers with adapters work.

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Andy T
Andy T

Of course. I am sure that I am going to have a lot more competition on Ebay now that youve posted this... You can also go for the large fans that are designed for cars as well. 12" etc. they happen to be 12V...The nicest Ive found are these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Finned-Coil-Water-to-Air-Heat-Exchanger-1-sweat-connections-different-sizes/171146484709?hash=item27d9201be5:rk:5:pf:0&var They dont look so "Automotive". But cost a bunch more. Search "Heat Exchanger" on ebay instead of radiator. I've had the mad scientist idea of replacing both side panels with something like this. TO see if I can get a legit Passive fanless system. Maybe someone like yourself can make it happen with more resources and experience.

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Andy T
Andy T

I was literally just (3 Days ago) looking at the idea of using a legit radiator for a 'server' build I am doing. I was wondering if I could get away with all passive cooling. Plan would be to stick the case in this enclosed media center / hutch / furniture thing that holds the TV, and just has cabinets underneath. Drill holes, and run a radiator and just set it out back. Let it passively radiate the heat. In the end, i may have decided that those chinese pc radiators still might be the best buy. Sure they suck, but theyre dirt cheap, and I keep having to remind myself that this is a generation old xeon system, Im not going to be overclocking and stuff. And basicaly stop myself from going balls to the wall (I need water cooling! and LEDs, and SSDs, in Raid 0, and how much ram can it take again?) And then remind myself that its a f---ing file server... Maybe some virtualization.

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

Car rads are dirt cheap at $60 to $100, they work decent with low restriction. You need to run to Lowes (or another hardware store), and pick up some hoses and fittings to adapt it. I run 1 inch ID to 1x7/16 angle and shoved a 3/8 ID hose onto that to run to standard G1/4 3/8 barbs. My main system has a couple of those splitter rails (2x 5/8 and 4x 7/16 inlet/outlet) for my quad GPU setup. Works great with a huge aqaurium pump (about 60w pump, insane flow rate!)

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michael webb
michael webb

i've always wondered about auto radiators.

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pev
pev

Really, you mean car radiators? Well, the MO-RA3 is not a car radiator so I guess you'll have to keep wondering.

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Jordan Henderson
Jordan Henderson

I was going to use a 2004 Chevy Suburban Rad. But it's big as my case!

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GameBacardi
GameBacardi

TechJesus have taken some tips and trick from JayzTwoCents

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rurutu M
rurutu M

500w at 4.5ghz wtf. My Ryzen 7 2700 barely goes over 120w at 4.0ghz all cores

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HailgodMC
HailgodMC

not comparable? it has double the cores and power usage scales exponentially with voltage.

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nixtc
nixtc

Perfect content to watch during "very lenghty outside business hours server migrations" :)

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jytdktyg hgcgc
jytdktyg hgcgc

Would there be a difference in heat dissipation when you strip of all the paint on the radiator fins?

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pev
pev

No.

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ac3ofspades878
ac3ofspades878

Clickbait title, come on Steve. The radiator used is clearly for PC cooling, and is a huge ripoff at $300, Also the EK pump is another ripoff at $250. You can get an aluminum car radiator for under $50, and a fountain or large aquarium pump for another $50, yes it wont look nice, have mounting points for PC fans, or PC watercooling inlet sizes, but with a bit of DIY you can get it working, and it will destroy these ripoff nice watercooling parts.

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ReeEEE! NORMIEGETOUT!!
ReeEEE! NORMIEGETOUT!!

+jordan lewis you think watercooling cant be done by frugal people? thats the real joke. you think watercooling started with companies making kits for rich people LMFAO. modding started in the garage by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. not in the factory by fuckboys for fuckboys. kill yourself poser faggot.

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pev
pev

If you want to save some money with a little bit of DIY, the cheapest 420 version of MO-RA3 is the "Core" at about 150 eur. It does not include fan fittings or extra frame, but still has those nice standard G1/4 three-way tube fitting threads and 4x M4 threads on each side to fix your own fan plate and feet or other fixing solutions. And compared to a car radiator the MO-RA3 has lower fin density which is great for very low rpm fans if you are interested in silence.

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Astamar
Astamar

You don't even have a clue about what you are talking about...I have the Stainless steel version of the MO-RA 420 with all its extras (cover) and this thing is so well made you will be amazed when you get it in your hands. Watercool is not the type of company that sell rip-offs. Their quality is amazing and they are well respected among the watercooling community. Their waterblocks are also among the best top 3. This IS NOT a car radiator and is their own design and was the cleanest radiator I have ever got my hands on during the 15years I am watercooling. Full copper and no aluminium crap. I have this radiator on a X299 - i9-7940X + 1080Ti with 9X 140mm Corsiar ML Pro running @ 450rpm and that thing is dead silent. The best performance can be achieved with 140mm fans and not those 200mm fans as Steve pointed out. The radiator is optimized for 800rpm fans too and and SILENCE. Get your facts straight firs before you spread misinformation....

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jordan lewis
jordan lewis

You think watercooling is for frugal people? Haha. Thats like someone with a seiko diver telling someone with a submariner that he has been ripped off

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ZEED
ZEED

Proper watercooling !!! I would give you TWO thumbs up for this video !!! I use Phobya Nova Extreme myself :) GTFO with so called watercooling aka AIO. You can use it as rear panel :) Steve I actually used CAR RADIATOR back in 2001 with my Duron 700 build and DIY water block .

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SIC66SIC66
SIC66SIC66

I would appreciate a way to know the results and other interesting things without watching 3 hours+ of video :/

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n m
n m

What is this gskill trident z black you speak of??

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Peter Jansen
Peter Jansen

Can anyone tell me wehther those are 140mm or 200mm Noctua fans? Regardlesss, I like it. I don't understand why people complain about the colors. :)

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jason li
jason li

I have one of this radiator, and it works awesome. I'm very happy to see you use it on your steam.

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flyingfajitas
flyingfajitas

I saw you blush talking about Roman, can't hide it forever.

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Andrew N
Andrew N

I tried to cool my my new intel cpu with the atlantic sea, but its starting to boil..

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jamesb1221222
jamesb1221222

need a triple core truck radiator

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Dms110
Dms110

God, reminds me of a build I saw someone do with a HAF X.... had a disco ball in the front and all

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Butcher9o9
Butcher9o9

Any plans for the Glass less the gold trim? Generally waers off on other glasses I have so I'm not a fan.

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Richard -
Richard -

The radiator looks really good in stainless with the cover like they show on their site.

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Ed ash
Ed ash

I cant see back of Radiator, but in cars they use a Cowling..to focus the air as well as it Drops the air pressure which adds abit of cooling.. What liquid are you using?? and if its all aluminum as Car radiators or a lined radiator, you might consider CAR Coolant..

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

Car rads are so big, you can do passive cooling very well, the water won't even be warm (I run duel SuperNova 1300w in my main quad GPU system with Threadripper, because 1 PSU simply isn't enough and will shut down in games!). I also recommend the anti-freeze/anti-corrosive you said in water loops, I've ran it in my water cooled tablet (rusty steal, copper in Fallout 4 nuclear apocalypse theme). It went from chunks of rust every 4 day flush to 2 years without any noticeable rust with car anti-freeze (I use 100% concentrate, its not the normal 50/50 mix, but I think that would work just fine too).

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jackvancouver
jackvancouver

You actually did it. You actually put an ice cube in the reservoir. Next time, you need an Ice-T in the reservoir. (which will turn into a Water-T in no time) http://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/rickandmorty/images/0/0e/Ice_Ice_T.png

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Costin Leonte
Costin Leonte

1000th like ;p

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George D
George D

Hey Steve, where the RTX ON vs OFF Battlefield 5 benchmarks at? -.-

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Santiago Ferrari
Santiago Ferrari

Google

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WonderfulWub
WonderfulWub

Oh sweet, Jayztwocents uploaded a new vide....WAIT A MINUTE

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keaty1984
keaty1984

What next dumper truck radiator???

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TheGuruStud
TheGuruStud

intel junk isn't interesting

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pr0xZen
pr0xZen

Guessing the IMC "on" that 9980XE sample is inferior to their 7980XE sample. C'est la vie, silicone lottery (are those real ma'am?) strikes again.

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Megaddd
Megaddd

Hey Steve, tell your camera guy to disable autofocus on his camera rig, it's really jarring at times.

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xyz360400
xyz360400

Why don't you OC the cache at all? That should help with your benchmark numbers (and memory performance I believe). 3.2 seems way too low for a 4Ghz+ core clock (I've been told you're best served to keep your cache speed within 200~500Mhz of your core clock, so for a 5.0Ghz core clock, you'd want a cache clock/multiplier of 4.5~4.8 or better).

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xyz360400
xyz360400

+Laurens Bot Ah, gotcha, I didn't realize that. Makes sense since they're based on the older gen architecture (I'm used to my 7700k/Kaby Lake chip which has a higher base cache clock).

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Laurens Bot
Laurens Bot

The cache on the Core-X CPU`s dont clock that high, running it at 3.8 is the max for most.

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Karl Anal
Karl Anal

Look like a MORA 3 not like a Car Radiator :)

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Tobias Lindgren
Tobias Lindgren

LoL you call that watercooling? How cute! Get on my level m8! ;) :D http://youtu.be/EVDjK2KkLqQ

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Yipping Fox
Yipping Fox

Now to close off the front panel so these fans have the best air intake......

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Randy P
Randy P

Linus has a Chevy Volt now, but I think he still has lambo too

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Mysterious MrX
Mysterious MrX

Back in the days of Prescott I purchased a used Mazda MX-5 radiator complete with the two large 12 inch fans. Modded the massive water inlet/outlet for regular 12mm ID tubing. Wired the fans to my variable voltage PSU. The sound was incredible when the fans were at full speed. Best described as the sound of a C130 in my bedroom. I have photos somewhere. I had a Tec on that CPU with a Danger Den waterblock. 16c full load minus 7c idle.

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Mysterious MrX
Mysterious MrX

+Jake Garrett Yup, except I don't like the look of the tiny hoses. A friend tried to persuade me to ditch pro cooling and go with AIO. I said no. He ditched his pro and now has a generic tiny tube AIO. Back when I had the mazda MX5 rad I would have loved to use the giant hose that used. I will stick with 12mm ID.

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

+Mysterious MrX You didn't need to run bigger hoses... The block is super restrictive. I run a rail (4x GPU in parallel) because instead of R= 4x, its R = 1/16 (series vs parallel). I run stupid flow rates (my pump uses more power than my TR 1950x and 4x R9 Fury at idle), but the hose is only 5/8 ID and 3/4 OD. In fact, even if you smash the hose almost shut (leave a small gap), the flow rate isn't much different from fully open, so the hose is very minor restriction. You could easily get away with 3/8 hose for my ridiculous setup. You can also calculate it (I'm an aerospace engineer, fluid dynamics was one of my favorite classes). But, when you blow through the water-block, you'll notice even with air its super restrictive, when even a super long hose doesn't do much (which you can easily calculate with the Bernoulli equation, assuming its still a fresh course on your mind).

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Mysterious MrX
Mysterious MrX

+Mzn T Well done! You figured it out. Yup, I used TECs for quite a few years. Back then you could buy a TEC holding waterblock from Danger Den or Swiftech. Now you only find the odd custom made block. The TEC was powered by a separate lab power supply. Variable voltage and high current. Although I did try powering a TEC on CPU via the computer's power supply at one stage. Although I powered it off the 5 volt line rather than the full 12 volts, it still overloaded the cheap brand PSU I had at the time. A loud bang and flash of blue light. PSU died. Fortunately it didn't kill any PC parts.

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Mzn T
Mzn T

+Mysterious MrXYou're joking right? You went negative temps with a car radiator? Was it outside, in the winter :P? Edit: I just googled that Tec thing... Makes sense now :)

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rigred
rigred

Smooth AF advanced trolling.

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AndrewFortWayne
AndrewFortWayne

Wait from Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter? I was thinking Dan from SF or Johnny Cage from MK.

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Olsen DC
Olsen DC

ahahahahahah oomg car radiator i lost my shit

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Alexander Rex Evensen
Alexander Rex Evensen

That "got the letter a on the keyboard, how to get a circle around it" had me bursting into laughter here :P

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Kaizer Seloterio
Kaizer Seloterio

hahahahahahaha al i can say is ahahaha

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Robert VanZant
Robert VanZant

The greatest head of hair on you tube .

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sbcontt YT
sbcontt YT

hAirhead?

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john doe
john doe

So it's the same thing as the 7980XE weird right???

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FDMtech
FDMtech

👏W H A T👏C P U👏?

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fox 6
fox 6

you need a big rig radiator

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Glen
Glen

I just can't watch a 3 hr video lol

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Mysterious MrX
Mysterious MrX

If you can sit through X-Men you can watch this.

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Rattan Bhinder
Rattan Bhinder

No one wants ur shirt, no one want to watch ur OC live.... We Wana c that dope Radiator build.

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Teamkiller153
Teamkiller153

14:45 Almost out of production?! How much longer will the Modmats be available for?

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Yannis Kouretas
Yannis Kouretas

You do realize that, slowly but surely, this is getting out off hand - right !? Love it !

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💀
💀

You want a real big radiator? Get the Airplex Gigant 3360, it weights more than 20kg and fits 24x 140mm fans.

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💀

DenMCX A recommended setup for that radiator is actually just using two 180mm fans, one in the bottom and one in the top.

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

+nawzy202 I've got a school bus radiator for probably $100 if someone wanted to pick it up. However, I run 4x R9 Fury (duel SuperNova 1300w), and I just run the water in a 5-6 gal reservoir (25 Liter roughly). It takes so many hours to get even remotely warm, its just not really needed to have any radiator. That said, I've ran 2x power modded RX 470 on a passive 4in thick 16x16 in copper radiator for 72 hours to hit steady state (did take 48 hours to hit steady), and it peaked at like 48c on the core, and with just a small breeze from a box fan, it hit 42c under load. Each card loaded with synthetic at 220w (which was not possible on the air cooler below 85c even at 100% fan). For my high power CPUs, I run phase cooling (peak temp on my FX at 500w at 1.7 Vcore was usually below 0c on the core, I did see it hit 10c breifly when I had a crash and the load must have been 600w, block temp max has been -25c, idle is -58c).

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nawzy202
nawzy202

+Mzn T for semi's you can get one for 500 online and 1000 at dealer

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Mzn T
Mzn T

But that costs closer to 1000$. Car radiators can be had for less than 100. For that money you could probably get an 18 wheeler one :P

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Nathan H
Nathan H

+DenMCX Probably not. Just good old convection currents.

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ThisLaoGuy
ThisLaoGuy

should of used the radiator from a Bugatti or a Lamborghini. High performance radiator might do better.

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ThisLaoGuy
ThisLaoGuy

+Brockalee they sell parts not only the car as a whole.

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Brockalee
Brockalee

Because people just buy an expensive car to rip out the radiator

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Mike Oleksa
Mike Oleksa

A Volkswagen Beetle didn't have a radiator. Rear engine, air cooled.

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Sebastian Mustermann
Sebastian Mustermann

+Bill Oddy The Volkswagen Beetle was designed by Ferdinand Porsche.

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Mike Oleksa
Mike Oleksa

+Bill Oddy #TRUTH ROFLMAO

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Bill Oddy
Bill Oddy

Yeah, but at least the CPU wasn’t designed by Hitler

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3800Tech
3800Tech

The sad realization there's cars out there with better thermals than current intel CPUs lol

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whs1337videojunkie
whs1337videojunkie

Be careful if you try out an actual car radiator- it has lead solder holding it together. The lead will seep into whatever fluid you put in there.

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Jake Garrett
Jake Garrett

+namcost A car rad has much lower flow resistance than a PC rad, so it is actually easier to run water through it... Its also super easy to hook up, 1 inch ID hose from Lowes ($1.80/foot), 1 in to 7/16 in 90 deg plastic angle ($0.78), and heat and smash on 3/8 ID hose since its cheaper, then use G1/4 3/8 barbs with zip ties or clamps. I also run 4x GPU in parralel with a rail (its the copper 5/8 2 port with 4x 7/16 ports $36 for 2x) with a submersible fish pump (about 60w), flow rate is insane, keeps my 4x R9 Fury on TR nice and cool! Its super nice, going in my Halloween build with a smaller pump hidden inside a skull.

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namcost
namcost

a car rad will never work as the typical pc liquid cooling pump isn't strong enough to flow such a large size inlet/outlet as well as the internal volume and internal passages. even if you use a sort of coupler to reduces the inlet and outlet size, the pump still cant properly flow such a size difference. the rad hes using is made for pc cooling thus inlet/outlet and internal passages all fit and work with standard liquid cooling gear like the ek pump hes using.

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