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Thats what i thought and alot of research also suggested that as well. But i will have to test both ways my self i guess since there are so many opinions.
Really that's the best way, try it for yourself. As a fellow obsidian owner, I definitely have better temps set up that way.
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Really that's the best way, try it for yourself. As a fellow obsidian owner, I definitely have better temps set up that way.
You're right I did get better temps with air being pulled into the radiator. My temps are very high with it exhausting out the top through the radiator. Will switch it back up tomorrow.
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did you shake your case untill all the air bubbles were gone from the rad to the res?
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did you shake your case untill all the air bubbles were gone from the rad to the res?
Yes sir.

I leak tested for 24 hours while doing so I was shaking it, tipping it back and forth left and right. Turning it off and on every 20 mins for a couple hours. Until no more bubbles were coming through the tubing.
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ok. try take apart your waterblock. you might find some gunk underneath it. I found pieces of black rubberband like o rings on top of the copper plate
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ok. try take apart your waterblock. you might find some gunk underneath it. I found pieces of black rubberband like o rings on top of the copper plate

Ok will do. Tomorrow I will take apart the water block. Reseat the water block for the 5th time and then flip the fans back to pulling in air. And if that doesnt work I think im gonna throw in the towel.
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your forgetting the i7 9XX chips are HUGE and HOT, i think volts are high on your 920 d0 i hit 4ghz @ 1.285 volts. this 930 i only a little bit better @ 1.28, Mite be the fan on rad, gt1850 are one if not the bes fan @ quite but cool u can get the faster one but @ a cost of noise. 920 c0's where 4ghz@ 1.30 then 1.325

Gaming in bc2 temps are 63 deg hottest core 60 lowest 4ghz @1.28volts, 580 in same loop hit 46degs ~4hours of gaming. linx will give u max temp u will ever see only if your folding will you see temp that high.
Edited by GfhTattoo - 8/20/11 at 11:40pm
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