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intel liquid cooling solution rts2011lc problems

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Hello everybody this is my setup
Quote:
MOBA: Rampage IV gene
CPU: I7 3820
Cooling: intel liquid cooling solution rts2011lc

and this is how this setup is behaving lately (its doing this from day one but this problem always fixed itself after a week or so)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua0mRTowVy8
what you think guys? is it just badly applied TIM?

what TIM would you recommend?
can be Corsair High Performance edition SP120 used with this rts2011lc cooling and can i make it push pull?

please help me

Michael

PS: just a screen of my temp while playing planetside 2 just now
http://i.imgur.com/EB35jSt.png
(no OC)
Edited by MichaelAverage - 2/27/14 at 6:31am
post #2 of 6
holly hot!! there isn't any kinks in hoses? what is the actual temp of the rad? use a gauge to check the rad temp manually, if its cooler than should be then there is a flow issue... if it is hot as hell then the pump and fluid flow is ok and id upgrade the rad.
post #3 of 6
What do you mean it always fixed itself?, as in the temps randomly got better for a while?.
I don't think any change in thermal compound would do help that much, maybe a few degrees.
Have you tried reseating the cpu cooler?.
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post #4 of 6
youre voltage looks good, and assuming the rad fan is hooked up correctly thru the pump to the cpu fan connector on the mobo the fan rpm looks good as well. after checking for correct flow like I said previously, if the rad is cold/warm, and not hot as it should be with those temps try to reaply thermal paste ensuring good contact, if still a problem id try to feed the pump itself with a steady 12v and not use the mobo connector. if problem still continues either pump is no good, theres an air pocket or a pluged core in the rad, there is a problem with the cpu it self (unlikely), or just bad luck and have a crappy cooler. for what you are doing without even an over clock those temps are out insane, that cooler should be more than enough.
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sorry for not replying i forgot about this thread,

problem was solved, it waas TIM whole that time, when i OCd my cpu to 4.1 i had over 95 celsius on that CPU, after changing a TIM i am on 4,3 and i never got above 72 celsius

can you help me with my secound question about push pull on rts2011lc, is it possible?
post #6 of 6
I would just go with a spacer between the rad and fan.. I hollow out a fan to use as a spacer between the rad + fan... improves the volume of air a significant amount that is pulled threw. but if you still want to go with a push pull, as long as you have the room to fit the extra fan then I don't see any reason why you cant. but telling you, try the spacer, you will be very surprised at how much quieter the fan is and how much better the air flows.
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