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my temps are high tho.. but you also gotta put in mind that im in hawaii.
ambient is about 28-29C and my room gets even hotter

my idle is around 54C and loads at about 62C
the specs of my cooling is in my sig

i also lapped my c2d and apogee and i made sure its completely flat
i added as5 the way the instructions says on their website
bled for 3 hours

what can be the problem?
a e6400 running at 2.8ghz on stock volts that lives near me had a idle of 42C and load around 51C and is running a apogee, mcr120 with a weaker pump.

can anyone put some input into my other problem? maybe some as5 tips or on how to properly bleed a w/c system?


Do you have some good cfm fans on your rad? Put some 70+cfm on the GTX to get the most out of it..If you only have them on one side have them pulling through the rad..Shrouds will help to..I like th e120x38mm Panaflo and Sunon...

If you can take you rad loose and lay it over on its side it might help if you still have air trapped in your rad thats a common problem...

And a re-mount of the CPU block wont hurt either.....
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Do you have some good cfm fans on your rad? Put some 70+cfm on the GTX to get the most out of it..If you only have them on one side have them pulling through the rad..Shrouds will help to..I like th e120x38mm Panaflo and Sunon...

If you can take you rad loose and lay it over on its side it might help if you still have air trapped in your rad thats a common problem...

And a re-mount of the CPU block wont hurt either.....
yes i do have panaflos.. the 115cfm ones on a fan control set to low
ill go do that rad thing you said and try some different block remounts
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