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Originally Posted by dalastbmills View Post

I haven't messed with my iGPU settings, so mine should be off. So my high temps must be from a need to lap my IHS.

nah pretty sure it is enabled by default broseph.
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My igpu was enabled by default too.
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Well then. I'll be right back.
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Weird, I think I tried to turn mine off, and it cut off the signal to my monitor. Its doubly weird because I have my DVI plugged in my master CF 7970 and not into the mobo. Oh well, Ill try it again. Hope I don't have to clear the bios again.. that's annoying. They need to make a freaking switch or something.
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You guys were right. I disabled my iGPU. Wonder how much (if any) my temps drop...
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post #2996 of 33641
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Originally Posted by neopunx View Post

Weird, I think I tried to turn mine off, and it cut off the signal to my monitor. Its doubly weird because I have my DVI plugged in my master CF 7970 and not into the mobo. Oh well, Ill try it again. Hope I don't have to clear the bios again.. that's annoying. They need to make a freaking switch or something.

There IS a switch...your Sabertooth should have a cmos button or something. thumb.gif
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You guys were right. I disabled my iGPU. Wonder how much (if any) my temps drop...

No drop in temps frown.gif
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post #2998 of 33641
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

It is only easier to you because you can't be bothered to use the command line biggrin.gif
I can see why you only used linux briefly, it is not like windows you must learn to use the command line at some point..
none of that was meant as an insult fyi linux/command line isn't for everyone.
no probs buddy, I understand. I do use command line (bash) a bit, but I am so used to Windows cmd that I often make mistake in linux bash (different command names or switches) and it utterly pisses me off LOL! in deed I would need to finally learn and memorize linux commands by heart to enjoy it instead of aiding myself with GUI always when possible wink.gif
other than that I need google to use linux command lines hehe wink.gif

no offense taken.
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Originally Posted by chris-br View Post

With me also, my higher temps come from the core 1 and 2.
mine were same, always 2 middle cores are higher by a few up to 15C higher than others (outer ones) depending on speed of clocks, voltage and load. most likely as mentioned, the IHS has a concave in it and only lapping it (warranty void for good) would fix the trouble.
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

no probs buddy, I understand. I do use command line (bash) a bit, but I am so used to Windows cmd that I often make mistake in linux bash (different command names or switches) and it utterly pisses me off LOL! in deed I would need to finally learn and memorize linux commands by heart to enjoy it instead of aiding myself with GUI always when possible wink.gif
other than that I need google to use linux command lines hehe wink.gif
no offense taken.
mine were same, always 2 middle cores are higher by a few up to 15C higher than others (outer ones) depending on speed of clocks, voltage and load. most likely as mentioned, the IHS has a concave in it and only lapping it (warranty void for good) would fix the trouble.

Yea i've been using linux as a home server / music player for awhile now, i've learned alot just by fixing issues that have arisen.
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post #3000 of 33641
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Originally Posted by dalastbmills View Post

So then it looks like I have to either lap my IHS or remove it from the equation. Does anyone know if it's possible to place the Corsiar AIO block directly on the die? Or do the screws not go low enough?
Also, what type of liquid is in the lines and can they freeze? I'm thinking of building some sort of intake from the window above my PC, similar to a dryer vent, to bring in cold air from outside. I don't want to freeze the line or cause it to break/leak. Any ideas?

be careful with that! you would NEED to calculate the Dew Point for inside computer conditions and compare calculated dew point temperature with outside temp to make it safe! however to keep it short, it won't work if temperature difference is too big, condensation will occur and it could destroy your system overnight (moisture on motherboard circuits and components).

look here in my old thread when I was playing around and using my room AC as computer Cold Air Intake, explains it all after some dude enlightened me wink.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1309732/need-to-shave-off-a-few-more-c-degress-with-water-cooling-upgrades-need-opinions-please
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