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post #21 of 25
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finally worked by tightening the screws but i still have problems because its crashing whrn i run furmark in fullscreen... a windowed furmark runs good but bringing it to fullscreen makes my pc crash...

what screws?
post #22 of 25
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no man... i knew the problem... it was the gpu block not hetting contact with the vram... i get 90*C on 100% load and i brought the stock cooler back and i removed all my water cooling ****s... im back to air now and maybe just getting good looking case and good looking stuff for eyecandy... smile.gif
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post #23 of 25
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no man... i knew the problem... it was the gpu block not hetting contact with the vram... i get 90*C on 100% load and i brought the stock cooler back and i removed all my water cooling ****s... im back to air now and maybe just getting good looking case and good looking stuff for eyecandy... smile.gif

glad its working.. in your previous post you said you got it working by tightening screws.. yet you forgot to say what you tightened. Thanks for clearing it up.
post #24 of 25
don't hate on the liquid cooling, try remounting it, maybe you put the thermal pads on wrong
    
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post #25 of 25
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i've tested my gtx 550 ti and the same thing happened works sometimes an sometimes failed... the onboard graphics from intel somewhat has the same problem... i've rested my pc and i'll post updates as soon as i get home from work.

Did you ever figure this out? Regardless of the card with the water block, if you are getting this behavior with the onboard and another card I would be concerned. Have you tried removing some of the RAM? Like half of your RAM? Then try the other half if it still happens?
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