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post #11 of 49
No offense but a single 240 RAD is simply not enough to cool down a CPU + GPU at full load....

It is completely normal (Although 100ºC is a bit too much).

You'd need at least a 360 RAD to cool both the 2500k and a single 6970 properly.
    
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post #12 of 49
Gotta be some blockage. The 240 should at least keep them in the 50s. Are you sure all fans are facing the right direction(assuming that is push/pull).. Put some 38mm on that puppy.
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post
Does your card report various temperature as well as the GPU itself? You can use GPU-Z to check them. Are they all high or just some of them?

All.

I used GPU-Z, Gpu shark, real temp, etc. whenever i run a game my temps run up to ~80-100c
post #14 of 49
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Originally Posted by kcuestag View Post
No offense but a single 240 RAD is simply not enough to cool down a CPU + GPU at full load....

It is completely normal (Although 100ºC is a bit too much).

You'd need at least a 360 RAD to cool both the 2500k and a single 6970 properly.


Yeah I removed my other RS120 and it didn't do anything to my temps. My RX240 was cooling my 2500k and 6970 (I dont overclock a lot) with temps at around 50-60c at load. But it shot up to 100c recently. I dont think its a rad problem
post #15 of 49
I know what worked for me was rocking the case back and forth and shutting the power off while I rocked it, then turn it back on. Your rad is the highest point in the loop and the most likely to get the air stuck in it. Idealy you'd want the res to be the highest point in the loop. Just sounds like air to me.
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Are all the temps displayed high though? GPU-Z will show MemIO, Shader and sometimes vrm's if the card has the appropriate sensors.
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post #17 of 49
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Well I know that a single 240 rad with a cpu and gpu block will not be enough, but if you are hitting 100c then something is wrong. How are your cpu temps?

They are fine. 50c at load . My GPU is freaking out though :/

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Originally Posted by CircuitFreak View Post
I know what worked for me was rocking the case back and forth and shutting the power off while I rocked it, then turn it back on. Your rad is the highest point in the loop and the most likely to get the air stuck in it. Idealy you'd want the res to be the highest point in the loop. Just sounds like air to me.
Tried that as well


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Originally Posted by Tiger S. View Post
Gotta be some blockage. The 240 should at least keep them in the 50s. Are you sure all fans are facing the right direction(assuming that is push/pull).. Put some 38mm on that puppy.
I checked my GPU block for blockage and there wasnt any. and if there was blockage in the rad, wouldnt the cpu be affected too?
Edited by Nynn - 8/10/11 at 4:54am
post #18 of 49
So if your cpu is 50c load and the gpu is 100c, then either the block needs reseating, the vrms need thermal pads or there is something in the gpu block.

The 240 should be just enough, but more than enough to keep you from 100c. Even with the 32nm first in the loop, its harmless for heat.
post #19 of 49
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So if your cpu is 50c load and the gpu is 100c, then either the block needs reseating, the vrms need thermal pads or something in the gpu block.

The 240 should be just enough, but more than enough to keep you from 100c. Even with the 32nm first in the loop, its harmless for heat.
The VRM's could be causing it to be overheatted?

My thermal pads arent perfect, but they seemed fine. Will ordering new ones really fix it? I thought the temp monitor was just the main gpu chip
post #20 of 49
You have air in your loop (Because the Rad Is at the top and that's the most needed thing there).

Also, add that extra 120MM Rad to help out everything. I'd set the 240 rad for the 2500K/120 Rad for GTX 580.
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