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post #9421 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci View Post
My chip runs pretty hot also, but 94c sounds extreme, you did take off both protective films on the cpu block? Check inside the water block to see if anything is impeding the flow.
Oh oops i forgot to clarify that when I was at 94c, I was using a zalman 9700 with absolutely no fans running in that case Just being a bit of an idiot.
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post #9422 of 13773
Right now I'm running a Silver Arrow with max temps of 88c @1.448vcore running 5Ghz during P95 Blend. Do you think it'd be worth it to pick up the RS240 Kit? I do plan to Crossfire in the future and so my case will end up getting quite a bit warmer.

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post #9423 of 13773
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Right now I'm running a Silver Arrow with max temps of 88c @1.448vcore running 5Ghz during P95 Blend. Do you think it'd be worth it to pick up the RS240 Kit? I do plan to Crossfire in the future and so my case will end up getting quite a bit warmer.

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I would 88c is really pushing it. I would think you would see temps around 70c with the kit
post #9424 of 13773
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Most people end up not being impressed with the cpu, it really shines with gpus IMO.
It seems that way, its when you see other peoples results with similar setups and they do better you start to think somethings wrong with what you've done lol. I've got more testing to do see how it goes. But yeah well impressed with the gpu block, will be saving for another now as I've only got one card under water.
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From what I've seen 60~70c would be the average ballpark with push/pull. Just remember that watercooling is neat because it gives headroom to overclock and offers a greater heat dissipation capacity than air cooling.

One example is such that you can leave your gpu on stock clocks and it'll peak at 60c, or you can overclock it to hell and it'll peak at 65, all at the same time never breaking a certain magical threshold number - be it 68,69,70, or whichever.

You can't do that on air.
Will this superior heat dissipation provide better overclocks even with the temps identical to air cooling? My 580 maxes out around 65load depending on the game and how long I'm playing.
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Will this superior heat dissipation provide better overclocks even with the temps identical to air cooling? My 580 maxes out around 65load depending on the game and how long I'm playing.
In reality, you'll hit a physical chip limitation way before the temperature actually starts to do anything, so no, watercooling will not magically enable you to have a golden chip or anything of the sort; but if by any chance you do have a chip that happens to be an excellent overclocker and/or the temperature IS the limiting factor (gf100), then watercooling will be a godsend.

For your scenario if you're happy with your current overclock and is content with the noise, then the obvious choice would be staying with air.

And another thing is that for me once the 580 hits 60% fan speed it becomes the loudest part in my system and is quite unbearable.
post #9427 of 13773
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Most people end up not being impressed with the cpu, it really shines with gpus IMO.
I'm running 38C max Core Temp under full load at 4.5GHZ. I'd say I'm impressed
post #9428 of 13773
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In reality, you'll hit a physical chip limitation way before the temperature actually starts to do anything, so no, watercooling will not magically enable you to have a golden chip or anything of the sort; but if by any chance you do have a chip that happens to be an excellent overclocker and/or the temperature IS the limiting factor (gf100), then watercooling will be a godsend.

For your scenario if you're happy with your current overclock and is content with the noise, then the obvious choice would be staying with air.

And another thing is that for me once the 580 hits 60% fan speed it becomes the loudest part in my system and is quite unbearable.
I have no issues with the noise, so upgrading to watercooling is mainly for overclocking. I don't think temps are whats making my high overclocking attempts unstable. Since trying something like 1.20v and 1Ghz core will crash even if temps have not surpassed 60c yet.

So it's safe to say that water-cooling will not help at all if the temps were not the problem correct?
Edited by LivingChampion - 8/16/11 at 11:37pm
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post #9429 of 13773
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I have no issues with the noise, so upgrading to watercooling is mainly for overclocking. I don't think temps are whats making my high overclocking attempts unstable. Since trying something like 1.20v and 1Ghz core will crash even if temps have not surpassed 60c yet.

So it's safe to say that water-cooling will not help at all if the temps were not the problem correct?
1.2v on stock cooling? People are afraid to go that high even on water, I think you need to get your overclock sorted out before you think about anything.

But yes, if temperature is not the limiting factor then watercooling will certainty not help.
post #9430 of 13773
Hey guys, long time reader first time poster. Woo! Got the kit on Monday and leak tested for 24h, got her up and running now:



VERY satisfied. Definitely a huge difference in temperatures. The temps I was getting at idle are now my full load temperatures.
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