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What is your Ambient Temp? Also 47C is about what I got too with Single GPU. If I ramp up my fas @ 12v My temps drop ~ 54C for the hottest card. This is with case close. If I open the case the temps drop even more.

Edit: Just tested Witcher 3 (Not very CPU Heavy) 15 min with Side Panel off. 48C GPU1, 51C GPU2. Ambient 20-22C. If I play 2 hours probably increase room to 25-26C. And hit 55C. I was hitting 60C with GPU2 because I had side panel on, heater was ON aka 24C ambient before gaming and was playing BF4 which pushed CPU much harder.

Your temps are not bad at all, but I do have to agree with the guys saying that they should be better. Considering most AIO equipped cards don't break 55C easily, even when heavily overclocked, yours should be cooler than that with all that rad space. Are you sure your pump is functioning properly? Is your flow adequate? I don't think it's the rads at all, rather it looks like flow restriction. But that's just me. If your pump is something like the D5 or DDC, I'd turn it up a notch, see what happens. Most D5 pumps are happy (quiet while providing adequate flow) at 3/5 setting, assuming it's the variant with the speed knob.

PS : Since it seems that the MSI has a nickel plated contact plate, I would suppose liquid metal TIMs are ok. Anyone using CLU or similar on their GPU?
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Your temps are not bad at all, but I do have to agree with the guys saying that they should be better. Considering most AIO equipped cards don't break 55C easily, even when heavily overclocked, yours should be cooler than that with all that rad space. Are you sure your pump is functioning properly? Is your flow adequate? I don't think it's the rads at all, rather it looks like flow restriction. But that's just me. If your pump is something like the D5 or DDC, I'd turn it up a notch, see what happens. Most D5 pumps are happy (quiet while providing adequate flow) at 3/5 setting, assuming it's the variant with the speed knob.

PS : Since it seems that the MSI has a nickel plated contact plate, I would suppose liquid metal TIMs are ok. Anyone using CLU or similar on their GPU?

The difference is 120mm AIO only cool the GPU. Also even though I have 360 + 240 RAD, the 240 RAD is pushing air out of the bottom of the case which is very restrictive. Some of that air goes back as Intake from the front of the case. I tried every possible combinations of fan setups and was the best for temps. The pump is fine. The temps dont go up right away. They increase slowly as water get hotter. Again 2 GPU is very different to cool then 1 GPU. Also I am sure people with AIO are not running fans 1000 RPM.
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What pump is it? Water might move but if it moves too slowly, it won't move the right away inside the radiator thus causing much higher temps than should be.

I got the same Phobya 360 Rad as you do myself with Phobya DC12-400 pump.
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What pump is it?

D5. I have 3 Water Cooled System with D5 right now. GPUs are all above 45C. Got a PII @ 4.2GHz + 7970 GHz with 360 RAD Push. GPU hits 52C.
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This is for the texture missing bug people are mentioning? I just wanna pipe in the same thing has been happening in Evil Within as well.. I know it's an unoptimised game but for the most part it is very pretty but there's been a couple of slow texture loads and Kidman's face never got a full texture (always a low-LOD texture version). I'm curious as to why this is doing this too. hmm..

Yeah it seems to be on random games for most people. Mostly triple a titles. I'm not sure what's causing it. But it's interesting you say The Evil within. I haven't had any problems with that game. I'll try installing it now and running it
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I got a pretty good question. To start off I want to REALLY water cool my GPU(s) to finish my complete loop. After a year of my OCD seeing this tube run across the center of my video cards (I can't believe I have lasted this long), its time to finish the loop. But after doing some pricing for 2 blocks, a couple rads, and all the fittings. It is going to run me about $325.

I am gaming (or trying to grrr) in 1440p and I am going to be cooling 2 7950's with 2 EK Thermospheres. Or..

I can get one of the Powercolor PCS+ 390 for $289 ($269 after rebate, but I never get them) - sell off the 2 7950's for about $100 each, and buy a block, fittings, and rad for the 390. I would lose power consumption, but is the upgrade from Crossfire 7950's > R9 390 with the upgrades worth justifying?
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I got a pretty good question. To start off I want to REALLY water cool my GPU(s) to finish my complete loop. After a year of my OCD seeing this tube run across the center of my video cards (I can't believe I have lasted this long), its time to finish the loop. But after doing some pricing for 2 blocks, a couple rads, and all the fittings. It is going to run me about $325.

I am gaming (or trying to grrr) in 1440p and I am going to be cooling 2 7950's with 2 EK Thermospheres. Or..

I can get one of the Powercolor PCS+ 390 for $289 ($269 after rebate, but I never get them) - sell off the 2 7950's for about $100 each, and buy a block, fittings, and rad for the 390. I would lose power consumption, but is the upgrade from Crossfire 7950's > R9 390 with the upgrades worth justifying?

Going from 2 x HD 7950 to 390 will actually be a upgrade. If HD 7950 scale perfectly you might see 20% better fut for most games 1 390X will be better. Better Idea is to look for a 290X or 290 that comes with a Water Block. You will save a lot of money.
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Going from 2 x HD 7950 to 390 will actually be a upgrade. If HD 7950 scale perfectly you might see 20% better fut for most games 1 390X will be better. Better Idea is to look for a 290X or 290 that comes with a Water Block. You will save a lot of money.

I like this guy thumb.gif

Lol I get positive scaling in ONE game, and that is GTA5. Even BF4, a 3 year old game, plays like crap on 1440p with Crossfire 7950's in my opinion...

I was actually looking at a 290x with a waterblock. I am gaming at 1440p. Would the 290x or the 390 be better? Or would they be one of those neck and neck type deals. Because I do like the idea of one of the 290x's with a block, but I also like the idea of that 8gb VRAM too...
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Lol I get positive scaling in ONE game, and that is GTA5. Even BF4, a 3 year old game, plays like crap on 1440p with Crossfire 7950's in my opinion...

I was actually looking at a 290x with a waterblock. I am gaming at 1440p. Would the 290x or the 390 be better? Or would they be one of those neck and neck type deals. Because I do like the idea of one of the 290x's with a block, but I also like the idea of that 8gb VRAM too...

R9 290X will be faster under water. 390 will probably never use 8GB ever especially 1440p. If games start to use 8GB @ 1440p then 390 will be too slow. Have not tried to play BF4 with HD 79XX but 2 x 290 scale amazing in BF4 even 4K. Its one of the only games that runs well.
Now 390 vs 290X is all about cost. I would not spend more then $50 to get a New 390 over 290X. Also Factor in how much WB cost for 390.
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Can you make a PowerColor one tongue.gif ?
The PCS+ that is.

I tried but i cant seem to find a decent picture...
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