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Alright im up and running. Did a full test on the psu and everything was good. You knoq what i did, the fix was REALLY STUPID. I removed the MB battery and left it overnight. Tried again and everything worked lol?! I think it was a short or something because my ek backplate was touching the case. actually not the the backplate itself but the screws, after reseating the motherboard everything works fine.

Now i have to replace my fried cm 690 2 front panel lol. I jumped started lmao

Another thing, looking at my temps and its a bit high for watercooling i think.

Running stock atm. At stock voltage

IDLE
37
34
37
33

LOAD
59
56
58
56

I do see some tiny bubbles in the reservoir. And the radiator is COLD like really cold hmm weird..
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Alright im up and running. Did a full test on the psu and everything was good. You knoq what i did, the fix was REALLY STUPID. I removed the MB battery and left it overnight. Tried again and everything worked lol?! I think it was a short or something because my ek backplate was touching the case. actually not the the backplate itself but the screws, after reseating the motherboard everything works fine.

Now i have to replace my fried cm 690 2 front panel lol. I jumped started lmao

Another thing, looking at my temps and its a bit high for watercooling i think.

Running stock atm. At stock voltage

IDLE
37
34
37
33

LOAD
59
56
58
56

I do see some tiny bubbles in the reservoir. And the radiator is COLD like really cold hmm weird..
Glad to hear it's up and running. I know nothing about watercooling so can't help you there...
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Your temps rely on ambient temperatures. I've seen that watercooling setups are usually on par with air cool when idle but significantly cooler than air on load. I run my 920 at 1.225v at 3.8ghz and my load temps hit 80c on air so your setup looks great.
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Thanks everyone! +rep ThreeT3n!

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