- Mar 18, 2010
Ah no, you want the best delta you can get. You'll see that delta temp does not equal what temp your cpu/gpu will be running at. Fundamentally watercooling cannot remove all the heat, which is why we strive for the best delta possible. 10c delta is good for one block, throw in a second and you will see that delta double, etc. as well as core temps jumping. When talking of temps it is in context of full load, idle temps don't matter because at it will be so good as to not matter in the conversation.
Not everyone watercools for absolute best performance. For many, quieter and cooler than air with a bit of overclocking is all that is necessary.