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Same with my XSPC water block. No pad on these 2 inductor so I unmounted my block and stick some 0.5mm there, just to be safe. That's when I'm glad I put 2 no spill quick disconnect at the RAD to the GPU and from the GPU to the reservoir. thumb.gif

Thanks for the heads up!

Anytime man! thumb.gif


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I appreciate the help, OccamRazor. Flashing the BIOS again did help, but not 100%. The flickering still occurs, but it's nowhere near as frequent as it was before.

Also, could setting "Synchronize settings between similar graphics processors" in MSI Afterburner have an effect on this? I've disabled it for now to rule that out just in case EVGA doesn't play well with Asus. It hasn't happened since I disabled it, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it won't, as I just may have not done whatever it is that causes this yet... =/
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post #8543 of 16481
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Can't post without RAM. Also when I made my build, I got an Intel stock cooler to test the components on the bench before installing all the water cooling stuff. Everything was working but like JimHans1 said, you don't want to find out something is defective once all the build is finished.

Well damn. Thanks to you, I just ordered 16gb 4x4 Dominator Platinums 2133...

Thanks, +rep
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so i turned my fans down to 7volts cause i wanted a quieter system, temps on my 3 Ti's are getting to 50-55c they are under XSPC waterblocks, should i worry about the temps at all especially VRM's, my XSPC Backplates are getting pretty toasty to the touch feeling around inside the case. i would imagine VRM's to be 15-20c higher than GPU Cores but i can't measure the temps since im using a reference design card.

With fans at 12volts i usually have GPU's sitting at around 40-45c during benchmark or demanding games.

Whatcha guys think?
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post #8545 of 16481
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I appreciate the help, OccamRazor. Flashing the BIOS again did help, but not 100%. The flickering still occurs, but it's nowhere near as frequent as it was before.

Also, could setting "Synchronize settings between similar graphics processors" in MSI Afterburner have an effect on this? I've disabled it for now to rule that out just in case EVGA doesn't play well with Asus. It hasn't happened since I disabled it, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it won't, as I just may have not done whatever it is that causes this yet... =/

Do you have a screenshot of those flickers? it might help narrow it down! smile.gif
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so i turned my fans down to 7volts cause i wanted a quieter system, temps on my 3 Ti's are getting to 50-55c they are under XSPC waterblocks, should i worry about the temps at all especially VRM's, my XSPC Backplates are getting pretty toasty to the touch feeling around inside the case. i would imagine VRM's to be 15-20c higher than GPU Cores but i can't measure the temps since im using a reference design card.

With fans at 12volts i usually have GPU's sitting at around 40-45c during benchmark or demanding games.

Whatcha guys think?

I think... Headphones!!!! tongue.gif Joking! biggrin.gif
The cooler the card is, the better it runs! thumb.gif


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i'm not so worried about the GPU temps, anything under 65c or so is acceptable to me, but im worried about the backplate temp, its blazing hot not so hot that it burns but its definitely pretty hot
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i'm not so worried about the GPU temps, anything under 65c or so is acceptable to me, but im worried about the backplate temp, its blazing hot not so hot that it burns but its definitely pretty hot

I'm no expert as I have yet to build a watercooled machine yet...
But I'd venture to say that if I was a company producing blocks that are designed to cool something down that could probably fry an egg, I'd make sure it would withstand the heat very very well.

The last thing I would want is something getting hot and catching fire.
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i'm not so worried about the GPU temps, anything under 65c or so is acceptable to me, but im worried about the backplate temp, its blazing hot not so hot that it burns but its definitely pretty hot


My cards backplates also get very hot, but its fine! Just make sure you have a good air flow inside your case and if you are really worried get a fan towards the backplates! thumb.gif


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i just got a WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR during 3dmark11, any idea? CPU related? GPU related?
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looks like a code 124, NT Kernal, i'm researching and it looks like its related to Ram or VCCSA
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