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Got a pic of the idle temps, seem quite high all over the line TBH, chipset etc.
It's only about 22c ambient:

Those are normal for idle. Check if you have any VRise when under load, it could be jumping to like 1.6VCore.
    
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25c is a good idle temp. Can you post your whole water cooling setup for us?
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..that maybe the issue then, what rad do you have? A triple im guessing. But an amd 6core cpu and two 6970s in the same loop?..might be pushing it a little, also what fans are you running and could be that your blocks are very restrictive, might be too much for the pump.
The Exos 2.5 is basicly a 3 x 120mm radiator with a Laing pump, should be good for 1050w of heat, which I'm not even near atm.

I tried running Furmark aswell while running prime95 to see if the cooling system is overtaxed, GPU's stay at ~50c and the CPU runs the same temps as earlier.
post #14 of 41
Hmm, could be a bad processor. 2 gpus and a CPU on one 360mm is pushing it. Are you sure your flow is good? Which pump is it exactly?
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Those are normal for idle. Check if you have any VRise when under load, it could be jumping to like 1.6VCore.
It does jump a bit, disabled LLC in the BIOS but that doesn't seem to do squat.
Goes from 1.4 to 1.5v when under load, if I drop it to 1.38 which is next lowest step, it'll hang on load instantly, can't go lower than this at 4GHz :/

UsedPapirclip: Core temps seem fine, it's the CPUTIN that's bugging me
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Enable LLC, that should keep the voltage steady. Also, fill out your system specs in the link I gave a few posts back.
    
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Initial setup, a lot less spare tubing now, didn't change anything either tho.

Looking into that profile thing now
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Thats hot! I had an 1090T @ 4.2GHz and got 44c MAX with Prime95 running!
I was running on a 240rad aswell. Could be the sensor witch is reading wrong, try to go in BIOS (Restart PC - Spam Delete - and hardware monitoring tab. Should be easy to find)
Then you can see the CPU temp.
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Initial setup, a lot less spare tubing now, didn't change anything either tho.

Looking into that profile thing now
Jeeze! I've never seen something like that before! Are you sure the rad is getting adequate air flow?

Also, it could be that the GPUs are heating that water to 75c. They could still be at 50c even though their output water is at 75c.
    
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Thats hot! I had an 1090T @ 4.2GHz and got 44c MAX with Prime95 running!
I was running on a 240rad aswell. Could be the sensor witch is reading wrong, try to go in BIOS (Restart PC - Spam Delete - and hardware monitoring tab. Should be easy to find)
Then you can see the CPU temp.
Been there, done that, looks like the CPUTIN in CPUID HW Mon
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