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im getting around 35*c idle, and peaking at 56*c in kombuster. does this seem about right? ambient is around 22*c. my loop is rather busy but does that seem right to you guys?
    
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Seems about right. What you running it at?
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Seems normal, how many rads and pump your using?
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im getting around 35*c idle, and peaking at 56*c in kombuster. does this seem about right? ambient is around 22*c. my loop is rather busy but does that seem right to you guys?
Yep, that's good temps man.
    
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Idle is a bit high myne is 27c, I only have a cpu in the loop, and a single 360 rad. However if my cpu is on prime95 for an hour or so then gpu will idle at 35c

Both CPU and GPU loaded 100% I hit 46C on GPU

maybe you over thermal pasted? ...wait sli.. thats good temps then.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 7/27/11 at 2:32am
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Idle is a bit high myne is 27c, I only have a cpu in the loop, and a single 360 rad. However if my cpu is on prime95 for an hour or so then gpu will idle at 35c

Both CPU and GPU loaded 100% I hit 46C on GPU

maybe you over thermal pasted? ...wait sli.. thats good temps then.
this is with 1 card, the other isnt in the loop till this afternoon when i get new parts!!!

but as far as the loop goes,

res> pump > cpu > mobo block 1 > mobo block 2 > dual rad > 580 > triple rad > res

later it will be

res> pump > cpu > mobo block 1 > mobo block 2 > dual rad > 9800 gtx+ > 580 > 580 > triple rad > res

idk about the paste i tried to use shin etsu but its so farking hard to spread, i might just use some as5 i have laying around. but it could be alot of other factors, my i7 920 is at 4.2, i also have my mobo under water which under air the vregs were hitting 90* and now at 40* so thats alot of heat disipated.

i guess ill re apply as5 tomorrow unless you think those temps are good, these are clocked at 900 mhz each with 2200mhz on memory
    
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My ambient is around 20c, my 580 idles around 27c and loads @900mhz/1.125v at 43c after an hour. Temps are 1c cooler when I have my CPU @4.0ghz/1.23v. I'm really happy with my temps, I just wish my card OC'd better.


ninja edit: oh and I'm using shin etsu TIM, and a RX240 and a RS240 with only my 580 and CPU in the loop.
Edited by Fatt - 7/27/11 at 3:20am
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post #8 of 16
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My ambient is around 20c, my 580 idles around 27c and loads @900mhz/1.125v at 43c after an hour. Temps are 1c cooler when I have my CPU @4.0ghz/1.23v. I'm really happy with my temps, I just wish my card OC'd better.


ninja edit: oh and I'm using shin etsu TIM
how did you apply the tim? spreading it? of just blob in the middle? i think im just going to use the as5 because you guy's temps seem to be a lot better than mine haha.
    
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Shin etsu is real hard to spread at room temp. If you want to spread it, warm it up a bit in a glass of warm water. I've never tried that as I'm not a fan of spreading TIM though. I either do the two lines in an X, or 5 small dots.

I couldn't find a picture, but this part of this video shows what I mean by 5 dots. This is how I've been applying TIM to my 580, however I used a bit more than the video shows. I'm not saying this is the best way, but the way that has worked best for me with shin etsu.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffK7L...ailpage#t=127s
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Do an X from corner to corner,try to stretch the paste out as it comes out of the tube and don't spread. I had like a 1mm thick on the lines. And then the pressure of the block will push the air out and spread the paste for you. If you spread it out yourself, yes, the coverage is good (maybe too thick), and will trap air.

use Etsu or mx-4 .. Artic silver is so old and overrated.
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