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post #8841 of 13773
Ok guys i've got everything up and running, all worked which is always a relief lol

I do go CPU Fan error everytime i boot up, how to i get rid of that?

Anyway temps so far are as follows

Idle 31,25,31,25 (Not sure why i get a 6c difference on two cores, but its always been weird like that)

Load 48,44,46,43 (Prime95 Large FFTs)

Thats at stock settings on my i7 930

Is that looking normal?
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post #8842 of 13773
theres something you have to disable in bios but I cann't remember wjat
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I had to disable the fan in the bios, so as not to get the error.
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Cheers fellas, yeah it was in Hardware Monitor, had to disable it.

Just got crysis 2 installed and patched to 1.9 downloading the DX11 Upgrade gear now so will prob have a play then do some OC'ing over the weekend with pic and performance results, been too long since i gamed what with all the ****e have had to deal with with this rig lol
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post #8845 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Matt26LFC View Post
Cheers fellas, yeah it was in Hardware Monitor, had to disable it.

Just got crysis 2 installed and patched to 1.9 downloading the DX11 Upgrade gear now so will prob have a play then do some OC'ing over the weekend with pic and performance results, been too long since i gamed what with all the ****e have had to deal with with this rig lol
With a 6950, you may want to turn down Tessalation a bit in CCC if FPS drop too low at times.
     
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post #8846 of 13773
I just changed out my fans on my radiator. I got some xigmatek fans and I switch my radiator to intake from the top of the case now, dropped my temps probably a good 5c or so. I also put two of the old rasa stock fans on top to do push pull on two of the fans.


post #8847 of 13773
Aw man! My new Res/Pump is in town and they tried to deliver it, but because of me living in a stupid apartment with a stupid paging system, they couldn't deliver it! Now I need Dazhong to update the info with the buzzcode and stuff and hopefully I should have it by tomorrow.
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post #8848 of 13773
Right chaps. Just installed my RS240 kit. Just want to see if my temps are what they are supposed to be. I'm running a mild OC of 4ghz at 1.2v and im seeing 32c idle and 49'c under Prime95. Room temp is about 21'c. I'm running two Akasa Apache fans in a pull configuration. I might get a drop of a couple of degrees as I used AS5 that likes to cure a bit.

Thanks in advance!


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post #8849 of 13773
Sounds about right to me. Also, if you use offset for voltage instead of setting a constant voltage in the BIOS while OC'ing, you can pretty much drop your idle temps to ambient, plus it just saves energy in general which is always a good thing.
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post #8850 of 13773
Question, how did you guys go about filling your res/pump?

I usually fill it up, let it drain into the tubes, fill it again and keep doing so until it no longer flows into the tubes, then I cap the res and tilt my computer all around and if more water flows out, I fill the res again. Once I've done this and no more water will flow out on it's own, I power the pump on and prepare to fill it as it's running if it starts to get low.

Is this the correct/a good way of doing it? Or could this cause problems or something that I'm not seeing or know about?
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