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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by romanm View Post

The water is cool

Just trying to get more information...

good luck with it!
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post #22 of 25
Those gpu blocks are cheap Chinese non tested and no researched blocks ..

The reason that your water is cool os because the gpu block is doing suck a bad job at transferring heat that the water is staying cool...

This is the reason why your gpu is hitting those temperatures. ..

You are better off paying out and buying quality branded blocks...not ones that have had no method put into th at all...

Also it sounds like you are mining so really watercooling isnt the most viable options for cooling that many cards...also you'd need a rad from a couple of buiks to cool most of them..
post #23 of 25
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by smash_mouth01 View Post

Those gpu blocks are cheap Chinese non tested and no researched blocks ..

The reason that your water is cool os because the gpu block is doing suck a bad job at transferring heat that the water is staying cool...

This is the reason why your gpu is hitting those temperatures. ..

You are better off paying out and buying quality branded blocks...not ones that have had no method put into th at all...

Also it sounds like you are mining so really watercooling isnt the most viable options for cooling that many cards...also you'd need a rad from a couple of buiks to cool most of them..

I have to find some good way to cool it...
post #24 of 25
Yeah thats true....that is a lot of cards...

But those blocks Really are not up to the task...

Have a look at the brands XSPC,EK, Watercool and look into universal gpu blocks..
post #25 of 25
Thread Starter 
Found the solution:
inserted copper disc
between water block
and the chip, it seems
to be stable.



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