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55C for two overclocked gpus seems good.
You could try to input a manual voltage for the cpu instead of the auto voltage.
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If you're good, you can probably take reseat it without actually draining and disconnecting any of the tubes.

Maybe. I thought about this earlier. Only problem is that I might not have enough tube slack to the 120mm radiator. It's attached to a Barb fitting and I don't want it popping off!
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Ambient at 21 and delta at 45? I would lean towards a loop efficiency issue somewhere imo. However, reseating the block first is probably the easiest to troubleshoot.

Will do, but how is my loop potentially inefficient? Are we talking about the order of components in the loop?
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What case is that? I can't figure how the airflow is managed based on pics. It looks like the intake through front 360 is in a different compartment from the main compartment where the 120 and 240 are, which I assume in an exhaust orientation.

It's a Lian Li PC-08. I have the 240mm and 360mm on intake, 120mm on extake. There are also 2 fans in the back chamber. You can see their blue color through the hard drive cage.

I devised the fan layout in this thread.

This was the configuration, but again the 120mm is exhaust.
500x1000px-LL-c0f08183_LianLiPC-082016Overhaul.jpeg
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55C for two overclocked gpus seems good.
You could try to input a manual voltage for the cpu instead of the auto voltage.

Guess I could try this too. Only problem is that I've been busy OCing my GPUs! Haha
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I actually am not with my computer for right now and won't be for a 2 months so all suggestions will have to be placed in queue
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I had a similar setup in my Air 540. I ended up removing my rear 140mm radiator (exhaust as well) and made that just an exhaust fan. It gained me a few C. I think its because my resistance lowered a bit, plus I was no longer pulling warm air over a radiator. Probably not your smoking gun, but worth playing with.
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