Gaming and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) via ESRI Software
The nano-radiator is used to get as much out immediately from the processor out before it enters the Tri-TEC loop. I used fuel line and normal hose clamps to create a closed system and created a bubbler/burper pipe at the T-splitter to bring air out of the system and to refill as needed.
In the graph picture, max CPU temp was almost 36*C in 3dMark which is the point on the graph I've highlighted. Boot CPU temp is 26.5 in BIOS. (This is stock clocks)
*I will continue to update my specs as things move along. I intend for this build to be an overclocking fiend:
-I've posted a photo of idle temps with a few programs running from Core Temp 1.5.(Second to last pic) -I've also posted max stress temps after 10-15 minutes @100% load via CPU-Z.(Last pic)
Side Note Max temps going from stock turbo boost of 3.6 to overclock to 4.125 GHz went from 36C to 43C. This max happened during the Fire Strike Extreme benchmark on 3dMark.
Upcoming Projects I have plenty of wattage to play around with so I'll upgrade the TEC pads to 20-25 watts.