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post #401 of 1619
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Originally Posted by GhostRiderZG;13640084 
Crap, that was the way I had it. Trying to figure out why I'm getting such HIGH load temps. Getting around 80-80c loaded...back to the drawing board.

Can we see a picture of your loop?
Edited by longroadtrip - 5/25/11 at 11:25pm
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It is naked at the moment:eek:. I made a couple of changes to the tubing and I am in the process of putting it back together and then will bleed and leak test. I will have it back up tonight and will post back with an update.
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post #403 of 1619
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip;13640259 
Can we see a picture of your loop?

Here is my loop order:
Koolance 452X2 Res (Swiftech MCP655-B pump)>
Swiftech MCR320-QP rad 1>
Swiftech MCR320-QP rad 2 (connected by two 90's and Fesser SLI connector)>
Heatkiller 3.0LC>
XSPC Razor GTX460 GPU 1>
XSPC Razor GTX460 GPU 2>
Back to Res

The pic below is AFTER I made a couple of changes. I still get loaded temps in the 80-85c range.

Can you OVERtighten the Heatkiller 3.0LC??


2479503030089617845S600x600Q85.jpg
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post #404 of 1619
I don't think you Overtightened, I went all the way until I couldn't turn the screws anymore, but I have the backplate idk If that makes a difference
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Btw how do u like those razor GPU covers? I've been debating getting one
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Originally Posted by 86 5.0L;13666760 
Btw how do u like those razor GPU covers? I've been debating getting one

I like them very much. I got them because of the price and I have been very happy with them.
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post #407 of 1619
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I don't think you Overtightened, I went all the way until I couldn't turn the screws anymore, but I have the backplate idk If that makes a difference

I have the backplate also and I have them screwed all the way down. I just can't figure out why the cpu temps are so high when loaded.confused.gif
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post #408 of 1619
We use a heatkiller in our testing , it the best bit of kit for destroying bad pre-mixes smile.gif all a good way of testing if a fluid will block ports ect ect.

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I FINALLY figured it out and now I only hit mid 40's c under load.
All I had to do was to turn the block 90 degrees to the left and tada INSTANT lower temps.

As it turns out the caps on my Gigabyte UD5 motherboard was not letting the block seat properly on the cpu. I found this out on another forum with someone having the same issue but on a different Gigabyte board so I had to try it with mine.

NOW I can move on to some overclocking!

Oh yeah, I am very happy about this...can you tell?? cool.gifbiggrin.gif
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post #410 of 1619
Quote:
Originally Posted by GhostRiderZG;13665398 
Here is my loop order:
Koolance 452X2 Res (Swiftech MCP655-B pump)>
Swiftech MCR320-QP rad 1>
Swiftech MCR320-QP rad 2 (connected by two 90's and Fesser SLI connector)>
Heatkiller 3.0LC>
XSPC Razor GTX460 GPU 1>
XSPC Razor GTX460 GPU 2>
Back to Res

The pic below is AFTER I made a couple of changes. I still get loaded temps in the 80-85c range.

Can you OVERtighten the Heatkiller 3.0LC??


2479503030089617845S600x600Q85.jpg

I would move the radiators apart. go pump to radiator, to cpu to rad to gpu's them to res.

Pump-320-cpu-320-gpu-res.

This may help your temps, going from rad to rad has show to have little to no improved drop in tempratures. Being able to isolate the cpu temps from your gpu temps should help lower total system temps. By running your cpu temps into your gpus after being heated once, just means the temps are going to get thet much higher.
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