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The Apogee GT is fine, as well as the pump. I would recommend a re-seat of the Apogee GT. I know the mounting screws can be a PITA. Also, how much tim did you use?

I would follow Audi's method and do the line down the center of the CPU, along the cores. Note that a quad core line is perpendicular to dual core because of how the cores are arranged.

Follow Audi's method for AS5 application.




Audi's methos is shown on a dual core, so just make sure your line on the quad is perpendicular to the one shown!
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Perfect Application:


Edited by ericeod - 5/22/08 at 10:55am
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I'm no expert in water cooling, but a greater flow rate should lower temps, but a better CPU block might do the trick too.
Aren't you running a Single 120mm Radiator?

That would make the biggest difference of all, as your exhausting heat over less fin area.

You may want to look into building a shroud for the kit, which is essentially a duct that better directs the air from your fan onto the radiator fins.

This can lower yout temps by a good few degrees and is a good idea no matter what kid you run
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no i'm using a blackice II radiator with 2 120 mm fans so it's a 240 radiator. I will definitely try to reapply my as5 tonight when i get home because i believe that has to be the issue. i've been dropping just a little dot on the middle and then letting it even out.
    
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no i'm using a blackice II radiator with 2 120 mm fans so it's a 240 radiator. I will definitely try to reapply my as5 tonight when i get home because i believe that has to be the issue. i've been dropping just a little dot on the middle and then letting it even out.
TBH, even that is ok. The line method has always worked for me. So I would also check that the Apogee GT plate isnt hitting something that might prevent it from sitting flat on the CPU's IHS.
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how can i check that without removing the entire wc system out of the case?
    
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how can i check that without removing the entire wc system out of the case?
Just look around and see if you can see the top plate hitting any components.

I've reseated my Apogee GT many times. It takes only a few minutes to unscrew the 4 capping nuts. Then gently slide the block back. you will be able to see how the TIM is spread across the IHS and determine if you are getting full contact. I would also recommend when you tighten the nuts, do them accross from eachother, and do 4 turns on each, working in a star pattern (similar to mounting a tire on a car).
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have you taken the GT apart? make sure your pin matrix is aligned correctly
    
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have you taken the GT apart? make sure your pin matrix is aligned correctly

i'm not sure i understand what u are saying. i didn't really look at which hose i put where. i just assumed that the gt was assembled correctly
    
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post #29 of 34
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i'm not sure i understand what u are saying. i didn't really look at which hose i put where. i just assumed that the gt was assembled correctly
you bought it new, it wont be an issue. But if it has been disassembled, it could have been put together wrong. He is showing the water difussion cuts on the copper base.
Edited by ericeod - 5/22/08 at 5:01pm
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post #30 of 34
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definitely gonna reseat this thing and reapply the thermals on it when i get home
    
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