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With water you cant go below ambient temp. 20c is close to 70F i know i keep my place at about 18C give or take but to get to 20c will take an ambient lower than that plus running your fans a lil faster than 1000RPM
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I have a question about idle temps. My room is about 20-22degrees with the A/C on and I somehow have 3 out of the six cores reporting temps below 20degrees in Realtemp and Coretemp. The three low temp cores are 14 17 18 the others are 20 20 25. Is this just an error on the temp sensor for the chip?

Also if I replace my RS240 rad with an RX240 with my current fan setup will I notice a massive difference in load temps?
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Temp sensors are not always accurate. On my core2extreme I saw up to a 10C difference between the cores.

I believe i saw a review comparing the two rads somewhere i dont recall where tho. try searching for it
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With water you cant go below ambient temp. 20c is close to 70F i know i keep my place at about 18C give or take but to get to 20c will take an ambient lower than that plus running your fans a lil faster than 1000RPM
Sure you can, you just need a chiller.

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I have a question about idle temps. My room is about 20-22degrees with the A/C on and I somehow have 3 out of the six cores reporting temps below 20degrees in Realtemp and Coretemp. The three low temp cores are 14 17 18 the others are 20 20 25. Is this just an error on the temp sensor for the chip?

Also if I replace my RS240 rad with an RX240 with my current fan setup will I notice a massive difference in load temps?
What temp monitor are you using?

Depends on what is in your loop, if it's just a cpu, you probably won't notice much of a difference.
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Sure you can, you just need a chiller.
Well yeah I was just saying for his current loop
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Sure you can, you just need a chiller.



What temp monitor are you using?

Depends on what is in your loop, if it's just a cpu, you probably won't notice much of a difference.
I did say I'm using RealtempGT 3.6 and Coretemp. It is just the CPU in the loop, I would put my GPU in but there is no waterblock being made for it. I'm running my 970 4.3ghz@1.41. I heard it isn't safe to take it over 1.45 for 24/7. My load temps in linx 20 pass is about 65 on the hottest core.
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Hey guys,

I'm trying to bleed my system and whenever I tilt/shake to try to bleed the system, the plug would let some water out (a lot depending how I tilt). I was wondering if anyone knows which type of washer i need to get for the plug so it doesn't leak (or reduce the amount substantially).

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Hey guys,

I'm trying to bleed my system and whenever I tilt/shake to try to bleed the system, the plug would let some water out (a lot depending how I tilt). I was wondering if anyone knows which type of washer i need to get for the plug so it doesn't leak (or reduce the amount substantially).

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If your filler cap is tightened properly on the res it shouldn't leak at all tbh, I have turned my case upside down while bleeding and it did not leak. I believe if you over tighten it may dislodge the rubber causing it to leak.
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If your filler cap is tightened properly on the res it shouldn't leak at all tbh, I have turned my case upside down while bleeding and it did not leak. I believe if you over tighten it may dislodge the rubber causing it to leak.
Hmm maybe I didn't fully tighten. I'm afraid to overtighten on acrylic :O

I'll tighten it further and check again.

edit: that seemed to help thanks! +1
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I did say I'm using RealtempGT 3.6 and Coretemp. It is just the CPU in the loop, I would put my GPU in but there is no waterblock being made for it. I'm running my 970 4.3ghz@1.41. I heard it isn't safe to take it over 1.45 for 24/7. My load temps in linx 20 pass is about 65 on the hottest core.
Sorry, I have no idea how I missed that. RealTemp should have an option to calibrate the temp, give that a try, and if that doesn't work then it's likely just a sensor error.
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