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post #21 of 49
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Originally Posted by Nvidia-Brownies View Post
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.
GTX 580?

I dont have money or space for 2 loops though
post #22 of 49
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Originally Posted by Nvidia-Brownies View Post
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.
Yea, these guys are prolly right on with the air pockets in the rad. 50c seems a little high for a i5(don't know your oc)
post #23 of 49
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Yea, these guys are prolly right on with the air pockets in the rad. 50c seems a little high for a i5(don't know your oc)
Usually my temps are similar. Not 50c / 100c

But yeah.. if there was air pockets in the rad, why is only the GPU affected? soo confusing
post #24 of 49
I guess you can always try just running the loop through your GPU only and see how it goes?
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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.
240 RAD cooled my I7 and GX2 just fine....
 
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post #26 of 49
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240 RAD cooled my I7 and GX2 just fine....
No doubt, 360 here with a 980x and 470sli. 35/45c all summer long.
post #27 of 49
The rad size is fine, lets stop suggesting that. I have an overclocked 2600K and 2 6950s on an RX360 and my CPU and GPU temps are always below 50 while gaming. Are you sure that your tubing is connected properly to your block? If you are using the left side thread for your input, are you using your right thread for output? I read a post about someone using a parallel block but using 2 ports on the same side of the block and his GPU temps were hot. I know you only have one, but if you are using the top left as input and bottom left as output, water wouldnt be flowing through your card. Just a thought.
post #28 of 49
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I guess you can always try just running the loop through your GPU only and see how it goes?


I tried that too..

OH! Idea *pops*


GPU / 120rad loop. Hmmm

But then.. id have to take apart my loop to drain it. ARGGGG I DONT HAVE A T-LINE!

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Are you sure that your tubing is connected properly to your block? If you are using the left side thread for your input, are you using your right thread for output? I read a post about someone using a parallel block but using 2 ports on the same side of the block and his GPU temps were hot. I know you only have one, but if you are using the top left as input and bottom left as output, water wouldnt be flowing through your card. Just a thought.
Tried switching the inlets and outlets, i believe it doesnt matter.
post #29 of 49
you could easily pull the cpu block off and use a fan heatsink.
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I tried that too..

OH! Idea *pops*


GPU / 120rad loop. Hmmm

But then.. id have to take apart my loop to drain it. ARGGGG I DONT HAVE A T-LINE!



Tried switching the inlets and outlets, i believe it doesnt matter.
It doesnt matter as long as one is on the left side (top or bottom) and the other is on the right side (top or bottom)
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