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post #1 of 19
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Well my cpu is running TOO hot for watercooling. Maybe its my loop which is wired wrong so thats why i'm here!

My loop has only the CPU on and everything is inside the CM690 case.

The loop goes as follows:

From the lower outlet of the micro res ----> top inlet of the DCC+ Petra top
From the side outlet of DD+ Petra top ----> Swiftec radiator
From the swiftec radiator ----> Center inlet of FuZion
From Fuzion outlet ----> Reservoir.

My temps are 45 idle and plays to a max of 49 loading. Have't seen higher temps as usually my GPU will freeze up (yes thats running hot for some odd reason too even if its on a GT from thermalright!)
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post #2 of 19
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Important information neglected ;P

The rad is mounted on the top of the case and has its fans pulling air IN (used to pull air out but the cpu run hotter).

I have the lower side fan pushing air in and the top one pulling air out.
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have you reset the block. and was your card over clocked at the time? is your loop full bleed?
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Yes the block was resitted 3 times since installation last wedsday :/ Loop is bleeded as i have had it with my old CPU since march.

Everything is stock btw ... CPU and GPU

[EDIT] I reveresed all fans so that all are outtake instead of intake... Well at least now the PC won't lock up due to the GPU overheating, but the problem still lies with the CPU. Its 45o idle on stock which I dont like :/

Think the case ambient is too warm even if all are outtaking the air due to the gpu :/
Edited by Firann - 5/26/08 at 4:56am
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Sounds like you have air in the loop or seated block improperly or too much TIM (improper method of appling) or make sure you have the pump plumbed correctly (ie. inlet/outlet correct) or not using the proper inlet posistion on D-TEK FuZion (make sure you use center barb as inlet) or need to turn down your AC in your room...

WHAT IS YOUR AMBIENT TEMPS?

You will never be able to cool below ambient temp w/water cooling...
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Quote:
You will never be able to cool below ambient temp w/water cooling..

it is amazing how many people think otherwise!
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Yeah. What's your ambient? 10-20*C above ambient is about what you would expect from water. Air bubbles will also kill your performance, so check for those.
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Did you over apply thermal grease? That will kill temps too.
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I bet he used Artic Silver 5... LOL

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post #10 of 19
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Nah i actually used Shin Etsu I tried it with zalman paste and thermalright paste and temps are the same...

Well my room temps are around 20-25ish... The temps where high on my 6000+ aswell. The reason I KNOW they are high, was because in my previous case which was only AIR COOLED the 6000 idled at around 30 it idled 50 in the CM690!

Sadly i can't check on that case as it houses my sister's pc now.

How do u measure case ambient? Its hotter than room temp thats for sure, as the whole house is quite cool even my bedroom when you walk away from the desk is much cooler than that area!

Thermal paste was applied very slightly. Was a very small grainish droplet. Also regarding the in/outs, im pretty sure theya re correct checked them couple of times!

Here is a pic of my loop in case
Edited by Firann - 5/26/08 at 10:46am
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