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Yes, I've tried a small grain of rice, I lowered the clocks to 3.58, and my GPU is going to a high of 76 now, I put a Antec PCI Slot Blower (the one with 1 intake and 1 outtake and blue lighting) and it seems to help a bit. I want to do water cooling although it will be my first time attempting that... I have a budget of $150 for now... is that good enough? Or is more required?



My ambient temperatures is about 29C ( I have a A/C Vent blowing over the intake's and **** from the ceiling) so I dont think thers much problem there...
    
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Yes, I've tried a small grain of rice, I lowered the clocks to 3.58, and my GPU is going to a high of 76 now, I put a Antec PCI Slot Blower (the one with 1 intake and 1 outtake and blue lighting) and it seems to help a bit. I want to do water cooling although it will be my first time attempting that... I have a budget of $150 for now... is that good enough? Or is more required?



My ambient temperatures is about 29C ( I have a A/C Vent blowing over the intake's and **** from the ceiling) so I dont think thers much problem there...
I just like to warn you that running a dual or quad core on a "grain of rice" apply method, will fry the cores. You must do a line or a dot on each core.

Judging by what I read, I agree with chozart. You need to turn on the AC and get some better case fans.

Don't complain that you can't get 3.8GHz stable on air, no one can.
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My 8800 was around 68C full load with stock clocks overcloked reached 76. Well I just increased the fan speed at 80% with rivatune and it wend down to 64. Guess 60% was not enough. Oh I also used AS5. Well hope you will find a solution. Also i doupt its a coller problem since like its said before the tuniq is a colling giant. You can't blame the cooler. Again I wish you luck
    
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