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Quick update, I just made some observation and used a stop watch to time things a bit better this time,

on Idle GPU runs at around 29-31c

Running Witcher 3 GPU temp rise to about 56-57c in only about 8-9min

after about 25min of Witcher 3 GPU temp gets to around 61-62c

do you guys think I should tear the GPU block and remount it? look at the build do I have the correct flow?

btw no more bubbles gathering in my reservoir.

All of this is at fans running at around 1000rpm
    
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Quick update, I just made some observation and used a stop watch to time things a bit better this time,

on Idle GPU runs at around 29-31c

Running Witcher 3 GPU temp rise to about 56-57c in only about 8-9min

after about 25min of Witcher 3 GPU temp gets to around 61-62c

do you guys think I should tear the GPU block and remount it? look at the build do I have the correct flow?

btw no more bubbles gathering in my reservoir.

All of this is at fans running at around 1000rpm

like the other poster said the gpu block is common for holding trapped air, I would give it 1 more day
and if no improvement then I would remount the block and make sure to tighten the screws evenly.
have you tried any other games> The Witcher 3 is known for heating up a gpu.
and yes your flow is correct.
tap on the gpu block with your finger while everythings running, maybe if there is trapped air in there it will break free by tapping on it.
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post #33 of 131
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Same results in COD Black Ops 3

With My setup, and the Single Black Ice Nemesis 360GTS Rad what temps should I be looking for as far as my 980 Ti goes?

How far off am I from normal liquid cooled 980 Ti in a setup like mine when gaming at 1440P
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Same results in COD Black Ops 3

With My setup, and the Single Black Ice Nemesis 360GTS Rad what temps should I be looking for as far as my 980 Ti goes?

How far off am I from normal liquid cooled 980 Ti in a setup like mine when gaming at 1440P

liquid cooled 980ti providing everything is correctly running should run 51c to 56c under full load in gpu heavy games such as the witcher 3.
others might say different.
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liquid cooled 980ti providing everything is correctly running should run 51c to 56c under full load in gpu heavy games such as the witcher 3.
others might say different.
and That is with a single Thin 360mm rad for both CPU and GPU right?
    
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and That is with a single Thin 360mm rad for both CPU and GPU right?

yes. how thin is your rad?

edit: I just looked up your rad, that is a very thin one. I have never seen one thin.
the temps could be correct for that rad, although your cpu temps are good yes? maybe run intel burn test and monitor your cpu temps
and post them on here.
Edited by jlhawn - 11/7/15 at 4:03pm
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Here is a complete 6 page review with lots of good testing with result charts on your rad.
http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/hardwarelabs-nemesis-360-gts-radiator-review/
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yes. how thin is your rad?

edit: I just looked up your rad, that is a very thin one. I have never seen one thin.
the temps could be correct for that rad, although your cpu temps are good yes? maybe run intel burn test and monitor your cpu temps
and post them on here.

My CPU Temps has never went above 45c-50c

Edit: and my GPU for some reason goes down to 56-57c when I open the case side panel but shoots back to 61-62c when I close it
    
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Any more ideas guys? I did use the dot method when I was installing the waterblock for my GPU and used a small dot in the middle of the chipset.
    
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Max your fan speeds to see if that makes a difference, that may tell you if you have enough rad coverage. Only thing else could be air in the loop, bad TIM, or low flow.
 
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