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Originally Posted by Live_free;12412017 
I got my primochill from jab tech, 1.60 per foot. I got 20ft just in case. :3

Quick question if you spot gunk in your system the only way to clean everything out is to take apart EVERY block and res/rad and clean it all out, right?

20ft? Doubt you need that much.
But it's recommended if you find gunk to clean everything else out.
Don't have to, but it's what I'd do.
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Originally Posted by mbudden;12412046 
20ft? Doubt you need that much.
But it's recommended if you find gunk to clean everything else out.
Don't have to, but it's what I'd do.

That would require taking apart all my blocks and rad/res correct? Just wondering because I have to replace my rad this weekend and my temps at 66-67c at 4.3Ghz 1.34v which seems a little high. So just in case I find any gunk I know what to do.

What temps should I be getting at those settings?
post #4174 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Live_free;12412215 
That would require taking apart all my blocks and rad/res correct? Just wondering because I have to replace my rad this weekend and my temps at 66-67c at 4.3Ghz 1.34v which seems a little high. So just in case I find any gunk I know what to do.

What temps should I be getting at those settings?

Temps sound pretty good to me. My i7 930 wont do 4.2 on any less than 1.4v core and I get a max of 70C load. You've got a gpu in there as well.

Edit: I have a 240 rad, so I'd say you're doing good with a gpu and cpu on a 360.
Edited by Exodus927 - 2/16/11 at 4:34pm
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Originally Posted by Live_free;12412215 
That would require taking apart all my blocks and rad/res correct? Just wondering because I have to replace my rad this weekend and my temps at 66-67c at 4.3Ghz 1.34v which seems a little high. So just in case I find any gunk I know what to do.

What temps should I be getting at those settings?

Nothing wrong with taking the blocks apart. Before I added my GPU WB, I took it apart and gave it a good cleaning.

Not sure what rad you have, but the heat comes from the added voltage. The more voltage, the more heat. If you don't need to be at 4.3Ghz, then just bring it down a bit.

That's what I did, 4.2Ghz was nice. But it through out so much heat. Now @ 4Ghz. Heat isn't as bad. This was needed because I added the GPU WB.

From what I have seen with the i7's. 60's seem to be the norm. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;12412019 
It isn't nessecary, but it is highly recommended to have some sort of backplate. This prevents the pressure from bending your board. The backplate takes the force of the pressure rather then your board having to hold it, Temp mounting without a backplate is fine, but long term it can really make your board bend a lot.

I'm definitely not planning to mount without one, but I don't have the tools(or desire) for modding, and it'd add to the overall price (and complexity) of the kit if I had to buy specific tools just to utilize my backplate properly.

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The 1/2" ID Feser One Blue UV tubing is great...even without UV light (I only have blue LEDs) yessir.gif

is there to much different betwen the 7/16 tubing and the 1/2 tubing.. my curent tubing is primochill 7/16

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i just bougth and apply the original TIM for a new one, TG1 from thermaltake and im now testing the temps i can easily see an improvement..

default TIM
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Thermaltake TG1

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is there to much different betwen the 7/16 tubing and the 1/2 tubing.. my curent tubing is primochill 7/16

Not really. Just the 7/16 tubing fits over the 1/2 barbs tighter.
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Originally Posted by mbudden;12413049 
Not really. Just the 7/16 tubing fits over the 1/2 barbs tighter.

Much tighter if you go with the Primochill stuff. I hate taking apart my loop for that reason, it holds the barbs really tight.
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is there to much different betwen the 7/16 tubing and the 1/2 tubing.. my curent tubing is primochill 7/16

With 7/16" ID hose, you don't really need clamps on 1/2" barbs. With 1/2" ID hose, you will need clamps for sure.
     
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