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Hello, hello, i assambled my new watercooling, and i was amazed by gpus temps(about 40C in full load at 1.1 GHz).

But then i started prime95 at my 4.7 ghz(i used that clock with d14, 65-75C). And temp are over 100C. My system is still not fully bleeded but gpus are ok, so that leads me to beleive that bleeding is not problem.

Also i used koolance tim on block(didnt had other one), could that be a problem.

Block is koolance 370SI.

I am using rx 360 and swiftech 120 with gt-ap14 fans.

Thx very much all in advance.
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Hello, hello, i assambled my new watercooling, and i was amazed by gpus temps(about 40C in full load at 1.1 GHz).

But then i started prime95 at my 4.7 ghz(i used that clock with d14, 65-75C). And temp are over 100C. My system is still not fully bleeded but gpus are ok, so that leads me to beleive that bleeding is not problem.

Also i used koolance tim on block(didnt had other one), could that be a problem.

Block is koolance 370SI.

I am using rx 360 and swiftech 120 with gt-ap14 fans.

Thx very much all in advance.

Is the CPU delided? It sounds to me like you have a bad mount on the waterblock, coupled with a bad mount form the CPu die to the IHS.

how much of the TIM did you use?
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post #3 of 25
If you left enough slack to remove the CPU block without draining the system I would unhook it and check it first. Just see what kind of spread you got with the TIM. And if that looks good it might be something stuck in your CPU Block?
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Thx guys for responses, yes cpu is de-lided with CLLP on die, it worked extremely well with my old NH-D14 cooler.

Going to take it apart tommorow to see what is problem, i can remove it without draining.

I have forgot to meniton that idle is pretty good, little better than d14 actually, its load that is problem, it just looks it cant transfer water fast enough.
Edited by sena - 6/30/13 at 7:57am
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You did remember to remove plastic film from the bottom of the CPU block, right?
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You did remember to remove plastic film from the bottom of the CPU block, right?
Yes, i used dot method, and then applied block on it.
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Yes, i used dot method, and then applied block on it.

That's really weird then. What pump are you using? I have a REALLY hard time believing any pump would be stingy enough to end up with laminar flow on such a simple loop, but if for some reason your pump isn't getting flowrates above .4GPM it's definitely possible. That's a nice waterblock, so those temps are pretty ridiculous. I'd get some CLLU, CLLP, or IX and remount.
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post #8 of 25
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Its weird, but i am out of ideas, i just dont have many things to try, because gpus are nice and cool.

Pump is laing ddc 3.2 18W.

Here is pic of leak test if that helps:

Edited by sena - 6/30/13 at 8:40am
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You are using a single 360 and 120 for 2 gpus and a cpu?
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post #10 of 25
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Yes, for now, going to install 240mm rad soon, just have to find place for it.

I tough that rads were not enough, but then again i just stresset cpu and left gpus at idle.

Its just cant be that is worse by 30C then D14.

Air from rx 360 is cold, so i am thinking its something with block, paste, or something among these lines.
Edited by sena - 6/30/13 at 8:49am
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