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Yes i took the plastic off and used the stock TIM they provided in a rice grain amount. I've tightened the CPU block to the point I am worried I might crash through the back of my case lol. The pump however is very silent and there's not much sound or movement as far as I can tell just a light vibration and a faint hum that you have to have your ear pressed to it to notice.
The supplied tim isn't very good, but it's not that bad. Take the block off and check to see how it spread. Sometimes you need more tim than a rice grain.

You're lucky you got a quiet pump the first time, many people don't. It's probably working fine, do you have any type of flow indicator?
post #8932 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci View Post
The supplied tim isn't very good, but it's not that bad. Take the block off and check to see how it spread. Sometimes you need more tim than a rice grain.

You're lucky you got a quiet pump the first time, many people don't. It's probably working fine, do you have any type of flow indicator?
Afraid not, I'll attempt a re-seat and apply some more TIM.
Edited by Mesmero - 7/23/11 at 12:13am
post #8933 of 13773
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I assume the pumps ok however the water in my loop doesn't seem to move.
When you filled the loop I assume you were turning the pump on and off and watching it move the water thus proving the pump works?
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Yeah it drained the reservoir a bit and I added more water to fill the loop. Then I bled for Air for about 10min.
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Yeah it drained the reservoir a bit and I added more water to fill the loop. Then I bled for Air for about 10min.
You might have an air bubble trapped in the cpu block if you have not had the loop together for long. Try rotating the case, put it on the left side for a half hour, put it on the right side for a half hour.
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Ok I'll try that also.
post #8937 of 13773
Hey guys, done some overclocking.

Running 4200Mhz with HT off @ 1.31250v Vcore



How do those temps look? This is with HT off and Load Line Calibration Enabled.

You need to look at Max Temp for temps during the test.
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Hey guys, done some overclocking.

Running 4200Mhz with HT off @ 1.31250v Vcore

How do those temps look? This is with HT off and Load Line Calibration Enabled.
Looks fine. My temps and setup are almost identical to yours except for my cooling overhead (larger radiator).

I idle at around the same temps (25-35 C) and peak around 45-55 C depending on ambients. My vcore is lower though and I use a ek cpu block.

what fans are you using on your radiator?
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Looks fine. My temps and setup are almost identical to yours except for my cooling overhead (larger radiator).

I idle at around the same temps (25-35 C) and peak around 45-55 C depending on ambients. My vcore is lower though and I use a ek cpu block.

what fans are you using on your radiator?
Im using Yate Loon D12SH fans, 3 in Pull and the other 3 are in the front of my Antec 1200, really need to build a shroud as i lose some air down the sides of the rad.

I was a bit concerned, thought temps might have been a little better, especially as i've got HT turned off.
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Im using Yate Loon D12SH fans, 3 in Pull and the other 3 are in the front of my Antec 1200, really need to build a shroud as i lose some air down the sides of the rad.

I was a bit concerned, thought temps might have been a little better, especially as i've got HT turned off.
HT does nothing for temps just turn it back on. The only thing that will help with temps are C-States or P-States (see my sig).

Shroud would be a good idea plus it would help with noise and air isolation.

Your temps look OK.
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