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I dont live in the netherlands thats where i come from sadly i live in spain but might be moving to america!
And his temps where hijgher because i oc hijgher than me and i always hav aircon on at 16c
i hope everyone realises we went off topic
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I can't watch the video at work.... what does it show?

To test, are you loading two instances of Orthos plus ATITool scan simultaneously? This needs to be ran for at least 30mins to achieve equilibrium.
It's just a review of the reservator... Nothing important.

nvidiaGTX tell us what u are using to test load lol. And what your measuring those temps with. We must know!!
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I dont live in the netherlands thats where i come from sadly i live in spain but might be moving to america!
And his temps where hijgher because i oc hijgher than me and i always hav aircon on at 16c
i hope everyone realises we went off topic
We are on topic... we need to know your temperatures. All data says they are not.

His processor OCed at the very maxiumum creates less heat than your processor AT STOCK. In addition, you have a 88000GTX in the loop. Therefore, you are placing 3-5 times the load on the loop. Therefore, your temps should be MUCH higher. Also, even though your AC is set to 16C... what is the actual air temperature?

I already told you twice how to really test your loop. Please do so. How can anyone improve anything if there is no understood starting point?
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You are not on topic becuase its about how to improve my liquid cooling not what i use but anyway if that is what u want to know i use ati tool riva tuner intel tat and to watch temps nvidia monitor and core 93 my air temp is 16c my whole f room is 16c ffs the topic has nothing to do with all of this
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You are not on topic becuase its about how to improve my liquid cooling not what i use but anyway if that is what u want to know i use ati tool riva tuner intel tat and to watch temps nvidia monitor and core 93
We are on topic, because we believe that your posted temps are wrong. And we are suggesting KNOWN ways to ascertain your CURRENT temps so we can help you improve it, if they can be.
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If you really want to improve your system tell me your budget. If you have a small one I would recommend getting a Swiftech Apogee GTX Extreme or D-Tek FuZion Water Block and 1/2" ID Tubing. Ideally, you wouldn't want the 8800 in the same loop as your Quad Core (because the coolant gets too warm).
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I doubt you can improve anything on the Zalman Reserator. The optional fan is probably the best improvement you are going to get. I use to own the Reserator 2, and the thing was a piece of junk. You might want to just consider high end air cooling, or high end watercooling. Almost always high end air can beat low end watercooling.
    
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You are off topic because its about improving the liquid cooling system not my pc thanks for staying on topic ninja boy
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We don't believe your temperatures, and you won't prove them, so how do we know how to help? If your temperatures are that low it doesn't need improving...
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I doubt you can improve anything on the Zalman Reserator. The optional fan is probably the best improvement you are going to get. I use to own the Reserator 2, and the thing was a piece of junk. You might want to just consider high end air cooling, or high end watercooling. Almost always high end air can beat low end watercooling.
There are a few thigns you can do.
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You are off topic because its about improving the liquid cooling system not my pc thanks for staying on topic ninja boy
...who mentioned upgrading your PC?

There are a few things yuo can do to improve calling, a thread on it here.
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