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post #11 of 31
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Try this guys, if not ill get a picasa album up now.

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/12180...WCing?h=03d0ea

here is a picasa link. hoping it works for you ( photos are a bit bigger than dropbox)

http://picasaweb.google.com/BPHayes/...eat=directlink
Edited by onigiri - 12/27/10 at 10:59pm
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Try this guys, if not ill get a picasa album up now.

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/12180...WCing?h=03d0ea

here is a picasa link. hoping it works for you ( photos are a bit bigger than dropbox)

http://picasaweb.google.com/BPHayes/...eat=directlink
no the pic of the pc ..just open side door and take a picture so we can see the whole set up with the placement of the rad's and how the loop is set up
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 12/27/10 at 11:03pm
    
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no the pic of the pc ..just open side door and take a picture


there is a bunch of them.... with the sidepanel open...
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has your temps changed at all when you remount the block and how does the paste look when you pull the block off.
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paste is perfect. it had quite the suction power when i was trying to remove the block, my tubing is in such a way though, that i will have to drain the loop next time i want to remove the Block, and i REALLY dont want to do that, i do have some residual bubbleage, but nothing that should be afftecting me this bad, i had the compater turned every which way during leak testing, upside down and shaking, any bubble i have should be sitting at the top of my res now.......

im going to let her run over night,,, i need sleep.
post #16 of 31
H70 temps after a few hours gaming.

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You might be using to much every time i have taken my block off its never had much suction. Let it run for a day or 2 and see if your temps change.

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H70 temps after a few hours gaming.


Lol gaming vs ibt is not even remotely comparable and they are overclocked your not.
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post #18 of 31
That's way too high for watercooling, that's only 10* lower than my mega's temps.

Something is wrong, give your computer a shake to dislodge any air that might be trapped. What TIM are you using?
post #19 of 31
I am guessing your loop isn't bled completely. Tip your case and pinch your lines.
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post #20 of 31
Honestly I don't think watercooling is that much better then high end air these days. Its great for GPUs since stock is generally pretty weak at best.

I don't hit 70c (under prime95) with my Ven X and I am at 4.2ghz w/ 1.35v. From what I have seen water ($300 loop) can maybe do about 5c lower. I got my Ven X for $40.
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