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post #1981 of 3633
Temperatures sound high in general to me. You're 0.08v lower than me but only 5 or so degrees cooler under water as opposed to air. Granted you're 100MHz faster but that's not gonna bump the temp up that much.. and in my experience (certainly on air) that 0.08V makes a big difference to temperature; I'd have thought more than 5 degrees even in a like-for-like situation.

Hopefully someone with more comparable water/cooler experience can help you.
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 2/4/13 at 11:50am
post #1982 of 3633
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Manual says AD is the "ready to boot" event... maybe it was trying to boot off a device with nothing on it instead of sending you to the boot menu?
Yeah I saw that in the manual as well. I've since updated the motherboard bios and installed the video carddrivers as well as ssetup the 2tb drive in windows andall is good nnow. This thing flys from off to on within a few blinks of an eye :-)
post #1983 of 3633
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Just installed a xspc rx240 kit on my mpower and 3570k @4.5ghz. I'm confused my temps are the exact same as my h100i around 75C-80C prime95 small fft.

I've remounted several times nothing.. I'm using noctua TIM. 80C Seems high for a 3570k @4.5ghz underwater.

Any ideas why?

How have you set up your loop in terms of order, position of radiator and fans?
post #1984 of 3633
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Yeah I saw that in the manual as well. I've since updated the motherboard bios and installed the video carddrivers as well as ssetup the 2tb drive in windows andall is good nnow. This thing flys from off to on within a few blinks of an eye :-)

Wouldn't worry then. Someone a while back who was having problems reported the debug reading as AD instead of temp whilst he was in his OS.

You're using a SSD I assume. What OS are you using? How long does it take to reach desktop from pressing the power button?

I know mine is about 12seconds from when the machine actually finishes POSTing or somewhere around there. Haven't timed it from power-on to desktop.
post #1985 of 3633
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Ok, so I had an "unfortunate" :-) day off from work due to the weather yay! I took the lid off and started it up. I got video signal telling me to chose a boot method and so on. I reset it just to see what would happen and again didn't get any signal. Code was ad. Reset it again pressing delete to get into the bios but got the same code. Had to press the onboard bios button and reset to get into it. After the bios setup to choose the boot order to make the bluray drive before the ssd drive I reset it before saving the changes and then got codes 31 & 32. Pushed the bios button again since delete wasn't working and am now installing the os but wonder why I got the last codes? Or if it's normal?

31 and 32 are likely the temperature.
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Had a bad afternoon.

Was just remounting my heatsink out of interest... GFX card and a couple of RAM sticks out of the machine nearby. Bottle of propanol to clean the TIM off nearby. Upon reassembly the propanol gets knocked over by my antistatic band (into my new carpet) and leaked onto my GFX card.

Thank **** alcohol is volatile but lost a good 150-200ml into the carpet.

Annoying because it turned a simple re-seat into a ******* nightmare with carpet shampoo and whatnot..

The moral of this story?.. I used such a ridiculously small amount of TIM last time I was worried about the seating... turns out less is more...

... a carpet that smells of vodka and a couple of degrees higher and I've learned not to disturb that which is working well.
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 2/4/13 at 1:54pm
post #1987 of 3633
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How have you set up your loop in terms of order, position of radiator and fans?

pump/res>rad>cpu>pump. Fans are set to push.
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The loop is the same order as mine. I had the rad in the top of a 650d with the fans pulling air into rad from outside case.

I have the fans and radiator and so confused by temps you are getting. Have you tried moving your fans and changing from push to pull.
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The loop is the same order as mine. I had the rad in the top of a 650d with the fans pulling air into rad from outside case.

I have the fans and radiator and so confused by temps you are getting. Have you tried moving your fans and changing from push to pull.
Wait your pulling cold air into your case from the top? I have my 240 with the fans pulling air out of the case and my front and bottom fans pulling air in. Where is all your hot air getting pulled out?
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Sorry just confused lol im adding a 120 to the rear in my loop and if I had them pulling air in the rest of my components would get pretty hot
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