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wow, I didn't realize Ceramique was lagging, maybe its an older design . Time to pick up new tube of tim
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wow, I didn't realize Ceramique was lagging, maybe its an older design . Time to pick up new tube of tim
I still run Ceramique on everything works great for me
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I still run Ceramique on everything works great for me
I have a 10g tube with 2g left. I'll get some mx2 from the local Electronic store, just a small tube, to compare temps.
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I have a 10g tube with 2g left. I'll get some mx2 from the local Electronic store, just a small tube, to compare temps.
Im going to try some MX-4 soon but right now my i7 875K @4.329GHz 1.36v only hits 65c
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The only thing I like about Ceramique is that it last pretty long. Most other TIMs dry out. I use Prolimatech PK-1 now on my CPU, but it has to be changed every year. For GPUs, I only use Ceramique. I'm not taking a GPU waterblock off every year. Ain't worth dealing with replacing thermal pads along with TIM.
     
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has anyone ever tried using the xspc universal gpu block? I just installed it on my evga GTX470 together with my rasa 750 rs240 kit and i'm hitting really dangerous temps upto 99c! I decided to use the stock plate of the GTX470 since I could not find any ramsinks available at my area, could this be one factor that is affecting my temps? On idle though, its pretty normal, ranging between 45-55c. It only gets worse when playing games and have it maxed out.

My loop setup: RES -> CPU -> GPU -> RAD

If anyone here is using it and manages to get lower load temps than mine, can you help me out and perhaps give me pointers as to what else I should consider?
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has anyone ever tried using the xspc universal gpu block? I just installed it on my evga GTX470 together with my rasa 750 rs240 kit and i'm hitting really dangerous temps upto 99c! I decided to use the stock plate of the GTX470 since I could not find any ramsinks available at my area, could this be one factor that is affecting my temps? On idle though, its pretty normal, ranging between 45-55c. It only gets worse when playing games and have it maxed out.

My loop setup: RES -> CPU -> GPU -> RAD

If anyone here is using it and manages to get lower load temps than mine, can you help me out and perhaps give me pointers as to what else I should consider?
Did you leave the clear protective film on the block? I don't think the VRM temps are included in the reported gpu temp.
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Did you leave the clear protective film on the block? I don't think the VRM temps are included in the reported gpu temp.
I'm not sure if I recall any clear film when I dismounted the case and heatsink from the block. Also, I didn't get a chance to record the vrm temps while I was monitoring it, perhaps I'll take a look at it later.

After looking at some LC setups in other forums, do you think putting a rad in between the cpu and gpu would help? I was thinking of the RX360 as some have recommended, only its a bit expensive...I would only buy it if its really necessary..what do you guys think?
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I'm not sure if I recall any clear film when I dismounted the case and heatsink from the block. Also, I didn't get a chance to record the vrm temps while I was monitoring it, perhaps I'll take a look at it later.

After looking at some LC setups in other forums, do you think putting a rad in between the cpu and gpu would help? I was thinking of the RX360 as some have recommended, only its a bit expensive...I would only buy it if its really necessary..what do you guys think?
That's not the problem. Try taking the block off, and see if you left the protective film on the bottom.
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That's not the problem. Try taking the block off, and see if you left the protective film on the bottom.
ok will check it out later when I get back home, thanks for the tip!
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