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I'm new to water cooling and wondering if my temps are good or if I need or can doo something to improve them. I have A XSPC Dual Res. with a single non var. pump, a XSPC Raystorm, and XSPC RX360 with 3 Delta WBF1212's in pull controlled by a Logisys 6 channel. Will adding 3 more fans for push/pull really increase cooling performance that much? I'm in between cases and have this set up on a bench along with a 120mm fan on my mosfets and a 80mm exausting off of a lian-li mobo tray. My temps seem to be 30* at idle and don't go higher than 38* while gaming. My system is currently oc'ed to 4.127ghz. I plan on pushing my cpu further and want to optimize my cooling. I'm also looking for some suggetstions so that I can finalize a build plan. I have a box full of fans, Swiftech QP- 360, 2- 120mm rads, and DD Rad Res.
    
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Run a stress test and then tell us what your temps are. Idle doesn't really mean anything in cooling. You need to see if it will keep it cool while stress testing it. Thanks
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Cpu temp topped out at 46* while v-core1 reached 49* during, regular (10 pass), Intel's burn test.
    
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Intel 5820k Asrock x99 OCF V3.1 One of many Kingston HyperX Predator 
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Samsung 840 EVO Asus Bluray Custom Water Win7 Ultimate 
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Samsung 840 EVO Asus Bluray Custom Water Win7 Ultimate 
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Asus VG248QE EVGA P1200 Mountain Mods Extended Custom U2-UFO  Mad Catz R.A.T 5 
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You need to set them memory to the max when testing. It will not allow you to pick more then you have to use. So choose it until it say you don't have enough free memory then back down one from there. Thanks
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