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post #3451 of 20784
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Hmm not that great then.
Seriously? Who has better temps than that? I haven’t seen anyone with better temps that didn’t have an expensive custom setup.
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I run in the 70's also with Prime. But my voltage is lower at 1.28 under load. I am not delidded, GPU runs in the 70's also on the stock cooler with fixed fan speed of 37%. I am running at 4.8 on my 3570k, it took 1.45 to hit 5.0. So you have a comparison to use.
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Just got the new heatkiller 7970 block installed. Man this thing is nice... Only slight issue is I have the backplate coming in next week so that may be a slight challenge.
Edited by bond32 - 5/31/13 at 2:25pm
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Seriously? Who has better temps than that? I haven’t seen anyone with better temps that didn’t have an expensive custom setup.

I get mid 70s on my 3770k thats running at 4.9ghz at 1.43v on my air cooler.
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Hmm not that great then.

I'm running a full-custom loop and those are essentially the same temps that I'm getting. Those are great temps!
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Lets not forget, ambient temps play a factor.
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Hmm not that great then.
Seriously? Who has better temps than that? I haven’t seen anyone with better temps that didn’t have an expensive custom setup.
I get the same core temps (low 40's on Valley runs) using cheap Zalman LQ320 closed loops on each of my GPUs (Red modded), and my 3570k does P95 in the high 60's with the H220 (with much lower OC than yours, though! 4.4@1.35... crappy chip, but NOT de-lidded... yet). Ambient temps were roughly 22C when I last ran the tests...
Edited by paleh0rse14 - 5/31/13 at 2:30pm
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Lets not forget, ambient temps play a factor.

I was just about to mention that. If we don't know what each other's ambient temperatures are then we essentially know nothing about the performance of their cooling system.
post #3459 of 20784
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[IMG ALT=""]Just got the new heatkiller 7970 block installed. Man this thing is nice... Only slight issue is I have the backplate coming in next week so that may be a slight challenge.
Don’t know if your block is like mine, but on my Heatkiller the screws go all the way through the card for the backplate. If yours is like that you will need to redo everything, but that will give you a chance to a 90 degree for that kink going into the card.
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I get mid 70s on my 3770k thats running at 4.9ghz at 1.43v on my air cooler.
The H220 and H100i are comparable to high end air coolers for cpu cooling. The difference is you can add a gpu to the loop and not increase the temps to the chip.
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I was afraid of that. What tubing would you recommend for that bend? Tubing is stock size, 3/8 ID 5/8 OD
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