My 3DMark key came in from EVGA this morning
Right now the card runs pretty stable at 1200/1550 @ 1161mV. It's about 12°C above ambient so it rarely reaches 40°. Are there any conclusions to safe long term voltages? Precision only allows .035V more anyway which doesn't sound all that dangerous.
That being said, this is my first water cooled GPU and damn, the temps sure are impressive
A short in your PSU due to water? Was there a smell of burnt electronics?
Mmh, if the system wouldn't have been powered on I'd really crank up the heating in some room, move the rig in there and let it dry up for a day. Maybe point a blower at it to get some circulation.
That's what I did with my rig after I forgot to close up the rad on top before powering on the pump. Made for a nice fountain.
You could test your PSU separately with a voltmeter to see if the lines still provide the volts they're supposed to provide. Just short black&green with a paperclip and it should power on. (After throroughly drying it up of course)
That still doesn't tell you if it can do so unter load but it'd be a start.Edited by mosi - 6/28/13 at 2:55am