Just received my Eisbaer LT120. Right away I have noticed distinct sloshing sound. As the radiator is half-full. I havent even turned on the unit yet. The sound comes then I tilt the radiator.
How to properly check the level?
Do I need to top it off? What liquid should I use? Distilled water...
Thanks Metropolis34, I will use these numbers as a reference.
My environment is pretty standard. Room temperature is around 22-24C. Quiet 1500rpm fans, probably NF-A14 PWM. 140mm XT45 rad should be enough. Cpu + GPU is around 65+185W, 250W total
I just wish there was 60mm variant of v2...
How to calculate radiator requirement for a particular setup?
Does alphacool have recomended TDP for each radiator?
Watercooling comunity rule of thumb is 120x120mm for each component. It is ambiguous since gpu can have 3x TDP of a cpu. Also radiator thickness and fin density is not taken in...
I have done additional research. 140mm radiator is a bit too long. I was hoping to fit it vertically. But the case has 170mm of hight space.
Older corsair h90 140mm aio was able to fit in this case.
I am looking for a AIO cooling solution for my small form factor pc(SG13).
I am looking for 140mm AIO cpu cooler. This is the maximum size radiator I can fit in my case. Also I plan to upgrade my cooling loop with gpu block and I think 140mm would be more future proof.
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