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any updates from anyone with bad temps, i just got some shims in the mail going to try them tomorrow along with a d5 that should be here tomorrow as well.
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got them all set up and what not, still horrid temps, going to contact xspc about it tomorrow, i think im going to try a different company
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How are your fittings connected? I had bad temps sibce I had my compressions in the wrong config and I had horrible temps due to a low flow rate (50-60c). I redid the config and im down 27c.
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i have the pump feeding to a 240 res on the bottom, then into the block from the side and out into a 360 from the top left, should be the same set up in my pic, just with a different pump now.
    
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i have the pump feeding to a 240 res on the bottom, then into the block from the side and out into a 360 from the top left, should be the same set up in my pic, just with a different pump now.

update i received a shim from another member here and got it installed, haven't seen my gpu break 45*c even under stress test, the average is around 35-40 while gaming. I think xspc just had a bad batch of waterblocks, because i've seen this fix in other places.
    
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post #108 of 117
Did we ever find out if the EVGA GTX 680 backplate worked with the Razor waterblock?

i have honestly looked all over the place (when i say place i mean webs, and when i say look i mean only as hard as trying to find a miss matched sock) and this is the only board that remotely talked about it

none the less check out my build log (pictures VERY soon)

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?p=643999#post643999
http://pcpartpicker.com/user/LeftyLayns/saved/1pgS
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Did we ever find out if the EVGA GTX 680 backplate worked with the Razor waterblock?

i have honestly looked all over the place (when i say place i mean webs, and when i say look i mean only as hard as trying to find a miss matched sock) and this is the only board that remotely talked about it

none the less check out my build log (pictures VERY soon)

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?p=643999#post643999
http://pcpartpicker.com/user/LeftyLayns/saved/1pgS
It works with my 670 ftw so I'd say yes
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Got this recently for my 670 FTW, but I think my temps are bit high. I ran Furmark burn in test for 30mins and my 670 was at 66C at stock settings with the fans at max.

Do you guys think it could be a rad problem? And will a copper shim help me lower the temps?

Im using an Swiftech MCP655 pump, Raystorm cpu block, EX360 rad and Corsair sp fans in push pull. The loop goes res>pump>gpu>rad>cpu. The cpu's temps have not changed since adding the Razor.
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