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Ok so i got my pc up and running after leaktesting to find my stock idle temps of 32C for my cpu (load about 35C i think), and 42C for my 8800GTS. (Ambient was about 25C ish)

now as far as my 8800 goes, the temps are perfect, loaded at 45C, and when i overclocked to 630/2000, the load temps were just 48C.

Now for my CPU, i have overclocked it to 3.5Ghz with about 1.45Vcore and it idles at about 48/50C and orthos load after 15 mins was about 54C... Great! ... but then the orthos test went into the ultra mode or whatever and it started hitting 60C... anyway, i did notice that sometimes the temps would spike up like 8C or so randomly?

I have checked and reseated my waterblock so im pretty sure its not that but other than that i can't work out what is wrong..

my temps seem kinda high to me... or am i just expecting too much?

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maybe you just have a 'HOT' cpu.
    
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You've oced a lot, don't expect too much. You have to hit those numbers sometime when overclocking....and you're time has arrived lol.

Place the radiator at a good place, or better fans on it.
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Take you rad off and shake it a little and lay it over on its side with the cap off the T-Line maybe you have air trapped in your rad that can kill temp's...Make sure the PSU or video card exhaust isn't blowing into the rad if its on the back of your case...


Those temp's seem high to me but I'm used to a cool running Opty to...
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Take you rad off and shake it a little and lay it over on its side with the cap off the T-Line maybe you have air trapped in your rad that can kill temp's...Make sure the PSU or video card exhaust isn't blowing into the rad if its on the back of your case...


Those temp's seem high to me but I'm used to a cool running Opty to...
ira that reply took you 17 minutes you aren't up to your usual speed today! lol

kk i will try that now, but im pretty sure all the air is out of it..., although its really hard to lay my rad down...

Its at a T to my computer, so air is blowing behind the back so psu air and that should'nt affect it..
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ira that reply took you 17 minutes you aren't up to your usual speed today! lol

kk i will try that now, but im pretty sure all the air is out of it..., although its really hard to lay my rad down...

Its at a T to my computer, so air is blowing behind the back so psu air and that should'nt affect it..
I'm getting old and fat and slow.... ..Hey you might not have air trapped in your rad but its a common thing to happen..I always leave my rad laying on its side while its bleeding and shake it some them mount it after everything is bleed well.....0


EDIT: You might want to stright-edge your IHS and make sure its flat to and the base of the WB...
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I'm getting old and fat and slow.... ..Hey you might not have air trapped in your rad but its a common thing to happen..I always leave my rad laying on its side while its bleeding and shake it some them mount it after everything is bleed well.....0


EDIT: You might want to stright-edge your IHS and make sure its flat to and the base of the WB...
what does "stright-edge" mean lol

i know my WB base is flat, cos i checked with some clear acrylic..

i just find it wierd how, my cpu heats up alot, but it only had about a 4/5C affect on my GTS temps?
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Just use something with a known flat straight edge and lay it across your IHS diagonally and side to side and see if its cupped or concave...A lot of the Intel IHS were a few months back there were a lot of guys coming through here with that problem...I have a little steel rule I use to straight-edge with....
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Just use something with a known flat straight edge and lay it across your IHS diagonally and side to side and see if its cupped or concave...A lot of the Intel IHS were a few months back there were a lot of guys coming through here with that problem...I have a little steel rule I use to straight-edge with....

hmm ok...

i have just recieved a dual floppy bay res which i am going to put in soon so i will probabably have a fiddle about then... but there is definately no air in the rad...

i think i may have a similar problem to martin...
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Humor me and straight-edge the top of your IHS the next time you pull your WB off.. ...Thats not a high OC for your CPU is it? I thought they hit 4g pretty easy....
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