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post #11 of 13
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Dude, thats too hot for a CPU.
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I'm no pro, but I believe your temps are too damn high. I would lower mine to a cool 75 - 85 Celsius.
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Originally Posted by BiG O View Post
This is definitely a problem with the liquid cooling. A random kit, and probably isn't very experienced with it. Read all the directions for that loop of yours. Make sure everything is attached as it should be. I bet the pump or fans on the radiator aren't on.
...A quick thanks to everyone who replied, thanks for helping me out.

I believe your correct, my main problem is motherboards and CPU/heatsinks are soemthing I never touch because I know verry little about that section of the computer and this is the first time I have ever had liquid cooling in my system. I will refer to a manual on that to see if I can see whats causing the problem. I would call a computer repair person but I live in small area where there are only a small computer repair place and there not exactly great at what they do.

I'm going to make an attempt to read up on my liquid cooling system and have a look at it and see if I can fix it today if not tomorrow Ill have to drive aways to find someone to fix it. If anyone knows any good guides or websites with liquid cooling advice I would be greatful. I'm going to gooogle it now and see what I can find.

thanks again.
    
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