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Originally Posted by jagz View Post

How tight should the raystorm be on, anyone? I notice the edges are downwards, not like a straight line (As in the ends of the X shape are lower than the middle)

Mine bows like that a little bit, i wouldnt worry, im certainly not smile.gif
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post #24952 of 106449
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Can you post a close up pic of the block as that doesn't sound right, also did you flush your rad before using?
@ Bundy, I looked at every res on the market for my new build and that OCool would be perfect, unfortunately I have already purchased another mad.gif

Yep flushed it. Yeah I'll see what I can do pic wise, about to put it on a work bench and plug the pumps in different headers anyway.
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Originally Posted by Eyedea View Post

Mine bows like that a little bit, i wouldnt worry, im certainly not smile.gif

Alright, now im beginning to think of another possible cause. I have my pumps (the Kuhler 620 pumps too) connected to the fan hub in the back of the Switch 810. I wonder if they aren't being given full power... My GPU temps are higher too.

Thanks for all the help so many of you, at this point I think I should have made a thread instead of using this one, but thanks again.
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post #24953 of 106449
I was going to say im done building my switch but its far from done , I was in atlanta for 3 months for work and was only back in ontario canada for 2 weeks with my wife and kid before leaving again for 2 more months this time in little rock arkansas .. I wanted to spend as much time with the family while I was back home but also needed to get the parts I needed and get the build to at least a running state ... I still need cable extensions and wire management and even tubing management , also going to change the position of the rx240 so I have somewhere to mount my hard drive so its not just hanging there.. Im open to comments , keep in mind there is still a ton of work to be done!!
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post #24954 of 106449
My 2500k temperatures are as follows:

Core#0= 56C
Core#1= 59C
Core#2= 57C
Core#3= 54C
Core Package= 61C

I'm using the Rasa 750 kit with a 360mm radiator with fans in a push/pull configuration. Should I re-seat my CPU block?
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no thats about what I get with my raystorm while folding , cores are just under 60 and my gpus around 40 , that is on load though right , and is the cpu overclocked ?
    
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post #24956 of 106449
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Okay, so interesting problem after my battle with high temps last week...thinking.gif
To try and elimate some variables, I fit my other block, that came with my rasa kit, onto my loop...what happens? TEMPS ARE NORMAL.
SO, something has gone awry when i cleaned my Raystorm block. Suggestions? I cannot really think of anything i would have assembled wrong. It is pretty easy. Maybe the gasket is not sealing all the way?
EDIT: took off the copper....drool.gif It was clogged with...something..i dont even know what it was..but im going to re-vinegar/brasso it and make sure it is washed real good with distilled and try again.


You can also try lemon juice instead of vinegar smile.gif
post #24957 of 106449
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Originally Posted by lawndart View Post

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I dig the pink, ever plan on cooling those 570s?
post #24958 of 106449
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The perforated metal surrounding all the components is downright smexy!
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Nice res, the perforated metal covers everywhere is jaw-dropping. Build log for this somewhere?
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Hi guys wave2.gif I'm done, again...maybe for the last time redface.gif
And until I can pick up some 670 blocks






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