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well i filled u p the res as much as i could and then moved it all around, then filled it up some more.....then i switched on the pump but it was making loads of noise and it took a while for the fluid to move thru the pump....

I just took the plunge and rigged it all up and turned it on.....according to the bios screen my cpu temp is 39 degrees C....is that too hot for a just switched on E6850 on water??
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well i filled u p the res as much as i could and then moved it all around, then filled it up some more.....then i switched on the pump but it was making loads of noise and it took a while for the fluid to move thru the pump....

I just took the plunge and rigged it all up and turned it on.....according to the bios screen my cpu temp is 39 degrees C....is that too hot for a just switched on E6850 on water??
No, that seems OK. Normally, the BIOS temp is under an 80% load (give or take) if it was 40C or higher, I would start to be concerned.
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well other people are saying that its way too high and most people i have seen say thier system sits at anything from 17-25 idle.
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well other people are saying that its way too high and most people i have seen say thier system sits at anything from 17-25 idle.
Yep, my system sit at 14c to 24c at max during idle... in winter time like now.. i have my pc in basement.. it starts up at almost 11c lolz biggrin.gif
Even when i was doing stress test while OCing my cpu (3770k at 4.7ghz with 1.3v. wink.gif ) the max temp was 69c and that is after 16 hours stress test run as well thumb.gif
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