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post #11 of 100
What kind of thermalpaste are you using?
post #12 of 100
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zero therm
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post #13 of 100
Have you tried using different paste?
post #14 of 100
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yea the paste i used the first time was arctic silver. thanks for the help though. biggrin.gif
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post #15 of 100
Vassskk,

it is a lot of fun watching you put your build together. I am hoping that when I LC my HAF 932 that it looks as good as that. You really cleaned up those tubes. Things look real tidy in there. I know when I do my loop that I will do one thing at a time. I might be tired by the time I get to cable management. Really, nice job.
post #16 of 100
Still wayy too much TIM on that chip

Just a grain of rice is substantial

Pea is just too big
post #17 of 100
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Thanks for the support andre! take pictures if you can.

Hmm ok Dragon, will redo TIM to rice grain and test again.
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post #18 of 100
I doubt his problem is too much paste though. That seems really odd. Not only that, your temps seem a little hot for watercooling as well. What's your vCore set at?

By the way, welcome to watercooling. Watercooling love you long time thumb.gif
post #19 of 100
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1.625v
norm is 1.275v

+1 for water cooling, loving the customability.
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G. G. G. XSPC Raystorm 
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post #20 of 100
Quote:
Originally Posted by vassskk View Post

1.625v
norm is 1.275v
+1 for water cooling, loving the customability.
there's your high temp. That's a healthy dose of volts ..put it back to stock and no overclock then load it and check and see if that #1 core is still out of whack. And good job on clean up. Take a look at your first pic versus now. And all you need for coolant is distilled and a little antimicrobial. Glow stick ??smile.gif Just curious to see what it idle temp and loaded temp is at stock.
Edited by Hanoverfist - 8/1/12 at 10:05pm
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