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post #21 of 87
run 4 x prime 95 ?
post #22 of 87
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where can i dl prime95? ill do a search rq on site after i type this
post #23 of 87
google it (not in any shape to do it 4 u)
post #24 of 87
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okay, running occt i think? got all 4 cores going

so far temps are 59c-64c eek..plz AS5 set in and drop 5C <id take 10C drop lol>
post #25 of 87
get a zalman 9700 or better yet a tt120

here is my current:
post #26 of 87
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dont want to step out of WC and into passive lol

blah, core 0 and 1 are hitting 65c-66c

i gotta run for a while, ill pick this thread up later today

/sigh was hoping id see lower temps...bigger rad incoming i guess...or dual loops, bigger rad would be easier, i can fit it in case then

but honestly i dont want to do either of those
post #27 of 87
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dont want to step out of WC and into passive lol

blah, core 0 and 1 are hitting 65c

i gotta run for a while, ill pick this thread up later today

/sigh was hoping id see lower temps...bigger rad incoming i guess...or dual loops, bigger rad would be easier, i can fit it in case then

but honestly i dont want to do either of those
Why not, like you see ..it sucks. Won;t cool very good.
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post #28 of 87
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1. moneys invested <reason to not passive cool>
2. already setup <reason to not want to add bigger rad lol>
3. <sigh>

guess ill buy a 480 rad, im also going to make sure my fans are operating at max rpm, im starting to think they may not be..and i might reverse some flow for the fans inside case for the exhaust/intake

oh and i ended up running sp2004? or w/e for load test
post #29 of 87
I was hitting 65C with the stock heatsink aw well. I've heard that QX6700's will run in the 70's.

Under water you should see a decent temperature drop. I went from 65C to 40C going from the stock cooler to my water setup.
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post #30 of 87
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lol. well my water setup is at 65c

but ive got CPU, NB, and 2 8800gtx in one loop running on one 360 radiator, only thing i did was put a Y fitting before the gpus and cpu, and ran the cpu/nb on one and the gpu's on other
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