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post #1 of 13
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I am happy to say that I have finish my first WC Upgrade on my First Rig.
My Cpu droped from 40c to 25c. As this is a 6 core processor my last core is geting only 15c and my GPU is at 29c.
See Sig for spics.
I will post some pics soon.
     
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15c?
Edited by DirectOverkill - 10/18/11 at 2:08pm
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post a list of what parts you used and a screenshot of your cpu and core temps. that is an awesome temp drop for a 980X
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post #4 of 13
Idle?...

My CPU and GPU idles at mid-30s...


They max out at 50s for CPU and 60s for GPU..
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I jelly
post #5 of 13
hahahahahaha 15c

WOW even 25c
You must live somewhere real cold

Water cant get you below ambient temps... so what is your ambient temp?

Your board must be giving you a false reading, because all cores should be within 1-3c of each other...not 15c

Are you using realtemp?
post #6 of 13
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Here we go

Here is my Temps.


I actually live in Florida, and keep my room around 75-80F

This readings are with the Pump via controlled by the CPU and is not running at full speed at the moment. I am using a Swiftech MCP-35X.
The CPU Water Block is A Swiftech Apogee XT, Res an XSPC, Rad is a Quad XSPC, Fans for Rad (4) Gentle Typhoon AP15's, Fittings are Koolance QDC and Bitspower Comp Fitting, Tubing is 1/2"ID, 3/4"OD Feser UV blue, and 1/2"ID, 5/8"OD koolance blue.

My Loop is: RES/QDC>B/CPU/B45>QDC90>K90/RAD/K90>QDC90>B45/GPU/B90>Back to QDC/RES

>=tubing
45=45 degree angle
90=90 degree angle
B=Bitspower Comp Fitting 1/2"ID, 3/4"OD
K=koolance Comp Fitting 1/2"ID, 5/8"OD
QDC=koolance Quick Disconnects VL3N Comp Fittings

I am very happy this temps are so low, it was worth the upgrade
note the Fan speed in the Catalyst control has a number, but that is obviously an error as there is no fan on the GPU as i am using a full body EK Water block
I am so happy i can overclock my card dual core 5970 up to 5870 levels now.

With the help of this board and very friendly helpful members here this went very smoothly
Edited by GusManB - 10/18/11 at 5:17pm
     
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post #7 of 13
Ok lets just remember that core temp is a worthless program and you shouldn't be using it for getting real temps.

If your room is at 80F that = 26.6666667c

If you have a CPU or GPU that is below ambient I am calling you out on a load of BS... or you are chilling your water. Even if your room is 70F that is only 21c and to get 15c you would need your room to be under 60F, (which is totally possible).

Again I HIGHLY recommend downloading RealTemp 3.6 and checking what it is reading because I am sure it will not show you a core at 15c (or below ambient)... if it does then you have a faulty board.

and why don't you put a little OC to that 980x and see what your temps are then... x-editions are for OC.... no? lol
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post
Ok lets just remember that core temp is a worthless program and you shouldn't be using it for getting real temps.

If your room is at 80F that = 26.6666667c

If you have a CPU or GPU that is below ambient I am calling you out on a load of BS... or you are chilling your water. Even if your room is 70F that is only 21c and to get 15c you would need your room to be under 60F, (which is totally possible).

Again I HIGHLY recommend downloading RealTemp 3.6 and checking what it is reading because I am sure it will not show you a core at 15c (or below ambient)... if it does then you have a faulty board.

and why don't you put a little OC to that 980x and see what your temps are then... x-editions are for OC.... no? lol
Here is the Real temp readings:


You may be unaware that I have 2 140mm intake fans on the floor of the case and another at the front, plus a rear and top 120mm exhaust, not sure if this is helping any.
Edited by GusManB - 10/18/11 at 9:01pm
     
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post #9 of 13
You really don't understand do you?

the temps cant be below ambient... no matter how many fans you have lol

that is great though. I am glad you are getting great temps... or at least that is what your board is "telling" you.
post #10 of 13
he must have either faulty senors bad motherboard or he is wrong about his room temp
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