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What size radiator do I need for my system?

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  • Joseph Armeni

    Do you guys think a predator 280 with 2x 140mm Noctua NF-A14 + 2x 140mm EK vardar fans it comes with in push/pull can sufficiently cool a delidded kaby lake (91 watt tdp) running @ 5.0ghz at 60C + CPU motherboard VRM + Full water block Coverage GTX 1070 (150 watt TDP) with all the extra tubing bought ofc? In a basement that is always a bit cooler than room temp around 20C for room temp. The CPU VRMS also receive passive air cooling from the 2x 140mm intake fans on the front of the case as well as the 140mm exhaust fan on rear of case. The CPU VRM Heat sink block is a combo water/air block built by EK for ASUS so the VRMS would not solely depend on the water. The GPU will be full coverage as in gpu chip gpu vrms and gpu memory receiving nothing but water cooling no air at all.

    The PSU's heat will be isolated drawing cool air from the bottom vent of the case and  venting it right out the back plus it will be an 80+ titanium 12 year warranty seasonic prime unit with as little waste heat as possible to begin with.

     

    And would it be possible to get the PWM pump and fans to ramp up not only from cpu usage but also from GPU usage as in either/or will cause it to ramp up regardless of the state of the other? If the CPU starts getting used it ramps up if the gpu starts getting used it ramps up even if just the gpu is really working hard but the CPU isn't will the fan and pumps still go fast to keep the gpu cool?

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  • Ivan Filatov

    Radiators tdp watts only in configurator, why not to put them on product page?

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  • Peter

    Dear Joseph & Ivan,
    Thank you for your comments.

    @Joseph: Your questions has already been answered by my colleague Grega in March 2017.
    If you would have any other technical questions, please do not hesitate in contacting our Technical Support Team at support@ekwb.com

    @Ivan: Thank you for your feedback - we have already notified our IT Department to put the TDP in the radiators product descriptions. The feature should be implemented soon.

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  • Nathan Villani

    Hi Guys, any update on getting the Watts on the Page for Rads, still only showing in the Configurator. 

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  • Peter

    Dear Nathan,

    Your question has already been answered today by my colleague Grega in your ticket #159324.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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