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Fitted my EK FC 7970 to. I got 42 C at 1100 Mhz at stock volt under load is that good ?
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what kind of rad setup do you have it running through?

mine sees ~40 after a few hours under load, using a heatkiller gpu block
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XSPC 240 + EK 240 both thick ones and one XSPC 120 all with push pull and a XSPC Rasa CPU block in the same loop
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What kind of pump? it looks like you are running "xfrire", which I am assuming is crossfire. You are going through a CPU block, 2 GPU blocks, andd 3 rads? Might be a flow problem.
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Ya got to fix that updated specs late last night . Ive got a Swiftech MCP655 set at 3 at the moment. Only one GPU is under water thanks to DHL who has my other water block.

Res>pump>gpu>rad1>cpu>rad2>rad3>res
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42c loaded does not indicate flow problem lol. EK FC 7970 blocks are not restrictive at all. OP, your temps look fine to me with the little info we have. Your temp delta is a function of radiator area. From here, it looks like you have a healthy delta. When you add the 2nd block your delta will go up obviously, but you should still be fine delta wise.
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My flow seems ok as I have to keep the pump on 3 otherwise I get air bubbles from turbulence in my res.

My ambient temp is 23 C if that helps. Temps after 15 minutes Furmark.
Edited by martinhal - 4/19/12 at 1:02pm
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