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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Agenesis View Post
I think its just an improper mount, try remounting as yannickhk said.

Ambient temperature also plays a major role in watercooling, and you should know how hot it gets in HK. (Born and raised there )
YOU TOO, Jeez there are more people from HK hanging out here than I thought.

Well, now that he confirmed that he was stress testing the CPU without AC, I am not sure if it's a mounting problem. It is crazy hot this year.

Also, OP, I have checked around the site and your voltage seems fine. So that isn't the issue.
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post #12 of 14
your temps will improve, but over 70 degrees is just wrong.

my loop goes:

gtx 580 -> 2 x 140 radiator -> full MB block + CPU block -> 360 radiator

and i never even reach 60 degrees on my CPU. before i added the 580 and the 2 x 140 radiator to the loop, i never reached 50 degrees.



long story short, the loop should be checked for proper water flow, the CPU block thermal paste should be checked, and the rad should be checked for air bubbles.

go ahead and shake your computer lol

oh, by the way, both my radiators are HWlabs Black Ice GTX radiators. they are super awesome. just plain gorgeous.
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post #13 of 14
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Agenesis View Post
I think its just an improper mount, try remounting as yannickhk said.

Ambient temperature also plays a major role in watercooling, and you should know how hot it gets in HK. (Born and raised there )
OK, now I will try it, thanks a lot
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by Skoobs View Post
your temps will improve, but over 70 degrees is just wrong.

my loop goes:

gtx 580 -> 2 x 140 radiator -> full MB block + CPU block -> 360 radiator

and i never even reach 60 degrees on my CPU. before i added the 580 and the 2 x 140 radiator to the loop, i never reached 50 degrees.



long story short, the loop should be checked for proper water flow, the CPU block thermal paste should be checked, and the rad should be checked for air bubbles.

go ahead and shake your computer lol

oh, by the way, both my radiators are HWlabs Black Ice GTX radiators. they are super awesome. just plain gorgeous.
Yes,you're right
After I re-install the CPU block and change the thermal paste and stress again the CPU,WOW..
the highest core of CPU is just 68 degree C
Next time I will change the radiator and CPU block, perhaps the temperature will decrease significantly!!
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