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I got my new WC kit completed yesterday. I have gotten a new high for my processor but my temps seem high still for what I using IMO.

Full Orthos load puts me at 57-58c.

Idle puts me at 37-39c.

I don't have a good inside temp to be honest. I would guess around 74-75F.

Pics are in my gallery minus the 8800. The 8800 needs rma'ed and I was testing when it was installed. I'm using the 1950Pro listed here but it doesn't really matter for this problem.

500MHz FSB

3.5GHz @ 1.525v bios 1.46v reported in PC Probe/AI Suite.

I haven't reseated the cpu block yet but I thought I did a good jump the first time. I used a grain of rice sized AS5 drop. The flow is Pump -> Rad -> CPU -> NB -> Res -> Pump. All fittings are 1/2" except the radiator because they sent me 3/8" fitting and the new ones will be here Monday.

I know that the 3/8" are limiting me slightly but I didn't think it would have a huge impact. When the new ones get here I am flushing the system and mixing up a new patch of coolant.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks
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Only obvious thing to me is you're sucking all that hot PSU air through the rad, see if you can create some type of deflector for it. You want the coldest air running across the rad as possilble. Also consider making a shroud for those fans, they are good fans, but with the large hub you have big dead spots in the center.
    
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So my loops and what not look good though? Am I correct in assuming those temps are high for the clock and voltage with this setup?
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I see you've also got that hot video card exhausting into the rad as well. It looks like you could fairly easily move the radiator up one.

Better yet you could create a nice little stand for it so it sits on edge and stand it next to your computer. I'd bet if you measured your water temperature it's on the warm side.
    
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So my loops and what not look good though? Am I correct in assuming those temps are high for the clock and voltage with this setup?
Loops look pretty good, just the rad placement that makes me wonder.

Is that core temps or motherboard temps and when you run orthos is it blend, small ftt, or something else?
    
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3.5GHz on a E6300 and Orthos load temps are 58C, ........you should be happy. Thats a very nice OC.
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post #7 of 37
Are you sure that you are bleed well? Take the rad off and shake it a little and lay it on its side for a while...Try tilting your case around a little also to make sure no bubbles are hiding in your barbs....

You do need a deflector for the hot PSU air...I just cut a rectangle out of a bleach jug painted it black and made a large half-circle so the air would be blown to the sides...A shroud will knock of a couple of C well worth using...And if all else fails try a re-seat I've knocked off 4 or 5C with a re-seat before....
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is that an Enzotech SB cooler?

Just OCEd my E6600 to 3.6 but needs 1.44v, dam thats alot!
Although there is NO, yes NO, like nothing haha, no change in my temps all at!! Load or Idle. Must be the overkill i have haha.

Was at 3.3 and 1.38 before.

whats the safezone for the E6600's?
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is that an Enzotech SB cooler?

Just OCEd my E6600 to 3.6 but needs 1.44v, dam thats alot!
Although there is NO, yes NO, like nothing haha, no change in my temps all at!! Load or Idle. Must be the overkill i have haha.

Was at 3.3 and 1.38 before.

whats the safezone for the E6600's?
Yes to the enzotech.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
3.5GHz on a E6300 and Orthos load temps are 58C, ........you should be happy. Thats a very nice OC.
Thanks much but I just think it should be cooler.
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