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The room your pc is in is in the 50's? You wearing winter clothes?
No not wearing winter clothes, I just checked the weather online lol! I don't have anything to measure ambient temp or room temp.


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HAHAHAHA.... I had to look back to see if you had meant a GTX480

To the OP....You have to remember that you've added the GPU to the loop along with the CPU. I think the temps are pretty good considering what you're trying to cool. Not sure why the CPU is running warmer than the GPU. What are you using to measure the temps?

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Cycle the pump (power) a few times and that should purge most of the air from it. We had to do that to my Son's loop and the flow difference was amazing,
Yeah that's the thing, the CPU is warmer than the GPU and it is "before" the GPU. I did that on/off thing for a while but the bubbles stopped from popping out, so right now i'm just letting it run overnight with the radiator on its side, lying on the floor.


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you have a 10 c drop from your old cooler and you have a heater as a gpu on the same loop how could you not be happy?
also your idle isent going to drop to much switching to water but you load will and it did
Yeah I noticed the dropped in load temps, I was just expecting the idle to be lower? I'm happy though, especially on my GPU which was the main issue why I went water since it was seeing 90s, and loud fan

Might I have done something wrong installing the CPU wb? Too tight? too much or too less thermal grease?
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Who cares what it idles at? Load temperatures are all that matter. As long as the load is below 65 degrees C, it's perfectly fine.
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