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14.1 doesnt work well with my pc either frown.gif
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hi there ! got some questions smile.gif

hope you could help me, just today i installed the nzxt g10 for my 290x card,.. and so far great temps with kuhler 620 from antec,.

im using 2 corsair sp fans as push pull to pull out hot air in the case,..

do you think this a good set up for the fans? or any other much better options.. thank you thumb.gif

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See if you get better CPU/GPU temps by having the AIO units pulling in cool air from the outside and switching over the case fans to exhaust instead.
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You're not the only one. Keep that 13.12 for a little while longer.

^this or 13.11. you got a nice card Rob.
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See if you get better CPU/GPU temps by having the AIO units pulling in cool air from the outside and switching over the case fans to exhaust instead.

ok thanks sir ill try to change my fan settings on the gpu and see if it will give some changes,. thanks

btw heres my cureent set up:

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At the very least, it makes sense to have the GPU rad on intake. Try having both on intake first and see if anything changes.
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At the very least, it makes sense to have the GPU rad on intake. Try having both on intake first and see if anything changes.

ok sir i will change it now smile.gif be back shortly smile.gif
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hi there ! got some questions smile.gif

hope you could help me, just today i installed the nzxt g10 for my 290x card,.. and so far great temps with kuhler 620 from antec,.

im using 2 corsair sp fans as push pull to pull out hot air in the case,..

do you think this a good set up for the fans? or any other much better options.. thank you thumb.gif



Is it possible to fit the Antec 620 up there where I marked? Push/Pull to exhaust out the back of the case. Then put a fan where the Radiator is presently and have all 3 fans in front pull fresh air in and across the card.

Also, it looks like how the fans line up and where your main PCI-E slot is at you don't get great airflow across the card. If you MoBo will run PCI-E 3.0 16x in the lower slot then this may help with your temperatures as well?
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I personally try my best to have rads on intake as much as possible, even if it is at the sake of higher case temperatures.
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wowow it made a big diff sir,.. while playing crysis 3 max load is 59c now on intake max temp 55c!! also my vrm , from 71c to 61c! cant believe it!

hmm i will try the antec kuler up there where u mark it sir,. and see if will make a diff,.

no i cant run the card at 16x on the 3rd or 2nd slot,.. it will be 8x only

yes i think best for rads are intake for the air flow! thank you
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