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post #111 of 117
Boston eh! thumb.gif

Seems pretty high to me. You may not have enough RAD. I would suggest resetting the WB and make sure it's firmly tight. (don't over tighten it)

What TIM are you using?
post #112 of 117
Sup fellow Bostonian.

I'll try reseating the razor when I get home from work in 2 hours.

Im using MX-4, should I get the shin etsu X23?
post #113 of 117
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Originally Posted by Hand_Grenade View Post

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.


Before you go about adding a shim do what others have suggested. Reseat it, make sure you cleaned it out before using, check the contact of the chip and water block. Maybe then look into a shim
    
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post #114 of 117
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Originally Posted by Kainn View Post

Before you go about adding a shim do what others have suggested. Reseat it, make sure you cleaned it out before using, check the contact of the chip and water block. Maybe then look into a shim
Yep i'll try reseating it soon. It was clean to begin with I opened it up to take a look of the insides and flushed it with distilled water.
post #115 of 117
Sup:thumb:

I'm actually using shin etsu X23 but Mx-4 is just as good. I'm 99.99% positive your not making good contact w/your GPU. I'm currently running 2 XSPC blocks. No issues. Love them. (your running air temps fur sur)

http://www.overclock.net/t/584302/ocn-water-cooling-club-and-picture-gallery/44220#post_20145550

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Sup fellow Bostonian.

I'll try reseating the razor when I get home from work in 2 hours.

Im using MX-4, should I get the shin etsu X23?
post #116 of 117
Ok just did a reseat now idle temps are at 38C with an ambient temp of 20C and 53C while running Furmark burn in test for 30mins.
post #117 of 117
That's it. You dropped 10c if you want more you will need more RAD.
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