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Wow I just unlocked my 6600gt temp sensor and this thing is ON FIRE!

65c idle, 113c full load after only 30 seconds of full load with ATItool artifact finder!
Now ima t 117c full load after about 2 minutes!


And the threshold temperature is at 145c!

btw im even running WATER COOLING! With temps of only 25.5c water temp with 24.1c ambient temp!
water setup consists of, Maze4 GPU block, RBX CPU block, via aqua 1300 (with 'ok' flow rates, PLENTY to keep a setup cool.. hell i'v had 2 pc's on this pump before) dual heatercore wiht 6 80mm 30cfm fans..

These temps seem CRAZY high to me! I was expecting 50-60c full load on water..

edit: also im using as5 thermal compound
re-edit: also my gpu is at stock 500/450 clock..
    
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hahahhaahhahahaha

Im officialy water cooling stupid =P

I'v came to the conclusion plastic/rubber dosen't conduct heat very well..

Took my water block off to reseat it.. And woulden't you know, installing it at 1am wasen't a good idea.. I LEFT THE PLASTIC COVER ON THE BLOCK! lol

43c idle now, and 45c full load.. (or at least whatever load ati tool puts on it..)

Man I feel stupid
    
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hmm.. I woulda thought you'd get better temps w/ water. My MSI 6600GT runs about that cool w/ the stock cooler
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lol I'm WAY cooler than that...on air. Stock air. lol...good thing you found that plastic layer...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Towlieee
hahahhaahhahahaha

Im officialy water cooling stupid =P

I'v came to the conclusion plastic/rubber dosen't conduct heat very well..

Took my water block off to reseat it.. And woulden't you know, installing it at 1am wasen't a good idea.. I LEFT THE PLASTIC COVER ON THE BLOCK! lol

43c idle now, and 45c full load.. (or at least whatever load ati tool puts on it..)

Man I feel stupid

Glad to here you fixed it, and we all make those little mistakes, live and learn.
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lol, yea I learned that the second time I replaced my motherboard.

I dropped the screwdriver on the motherboard about 3 times, and had to rma the board again because of the huge gash in the middle of the cpu socket, and in a print on the circuitboard right before the northbridge.
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