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it's not oc'ed at all at those screenshots m8. thats why im worried
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it's not oc'ed at all at those screenshots m8. thats why im worried
Then why does your sig say that it is? You might want to change it so people wont think it is

Now as for temps, Im not sure. They do seem high for a stock clocked Q9650. When can you post some pics of the system? I would like to see the actual routing of the loop just to know what it looks like. Some times seeing it can identify something you might overlook.
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yes sorry about that. i just set the bios at default to prove a point..my watercooling isnt working as it should. also my nb is getting very hot (close to 80cwenn ocing) so im not feeling 100% secure at oc speeds.

my mobo has a profile saving feature so i only need to load the new setting wenn needed. maybe i took the bios shift a little lightly then im sorry. although i did both write 'stock' at the post and showed the clock speed of my cpu.
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Then why does your sig say that it is? You might want to change it so people wont think it is

Now as for temps, Im not sure. They do seem high for a stock clocked Q9650. When can you post some pics of the system? I would like to see the actual routing of the loop just to know what it looks like. Some times seeing it can identify something you might overlook.
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Yeah you did. Im just kinda slow today I guess. Havent been getting much sleep lately. Not sure why. I wish I could think of something, but my brain just isnt working. I think the hamster died, or is on strike. I hope we can get this figured out, Im just not sure what to tell you right now. Ill be back later after a nap, see if anything comes to mind.

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yes sorry about that. i just set the bios at default to prove a point..my watercooling isnt working as it should. also my nb is getting very hot (close to 80cwenn ocing) so im not feeling 100% secure at oc speeds.

my mobo has a profile saving feature so i only need to load the new setting wenn needed. maybe i took the bios shift a little lightly then im sorry. although i did both write 'stock' at the post and showed the clock speed of my cpu.
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stock idle:


load stock (prime95 10min.):


definitely seem like they'r to high
What is your ambient temp in the room?
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Those are some pretty high temps for just stock. Did you try reseating the block? Do you also have the tubing leading to the right inlet and outlet?

Oh and I also forgot to include what model my block and radiator I'm using, I got a Heatkiller 3.0 and the radiator is an XSPC 360
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SpaceApe, is your loop currently: Pump > Rad > Block > Res > Pump?

Also, I assume you have a HK 3.0 since this is the club for it so is your water going in the middle hole and coming out the bottom one? I do believe the way the water runs inside can make a difference. Even if it can't you might as well give it a try to see if it makes a difference. Basically you push water into the block from the middle hole (the one with the small black metal piece inside it) and it gets pushed out through the other hole.
 
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Those are some pretty high temps for just stock. Did you try reseating the block? Do you also have the tubing leading to the right inlet and outlet?

Oh and I also forgot to include what model my block and radiator I'm using, I got a Heatkiller 3.0 and the radiator is an XSPC 360
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SpaceApe, is your loop currently: Pump > Rad > Block > Res > Pump?

Also, I assume you have a HK 3.0 since this is the club for it so is your water going in the middle hole and coming out the bottom one? I do believe the way the water runs inside can make a difference. Even if it can't you might as well give it a try to see if it makes a difference. Basically you push water into the block from the middle hole (the one with the small black metal piece inside it) and it gets pushed out through the other hole.
Thanks for the help guys, but yes. He knows. I have already gone over this with him. We talked about it in a PM. Its not the routing of the tubing to the block, but thank you for trying to help.
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Sounds like it has been wittled down to a reseating issue or perhaps a pump issue... Is it a variable speed pump and do you have it turned down? Other than that I can't think of anything.
 
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Sounds like it has been wittled down to a reseating issue or perhaps a pump issue... Is it a variable speed pump and do you have it turned down? Other than that I can't think of anything.
Its is a variable, and it is at setting 4. It has also been run at level 5 without a change in temps. Space and I have been chatting about this for about a week now. I know hes offline, but I know the answers to most of the questions. Im not sure how many times he's reseated, but know its been done, I think maybe once. He still needs to post some pics, as sometimes pics will show something that you wouldn't otherwise notice through dialogue.
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