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I'm hitting 30 deg Celcius in realtemp with my kit... is that a normal temp on stock settings... should I reseat the block... Also Prime load was around 60 deg C... I was expecting better temps...???

right now I have my loop going Res>CPU>Rad>Res

I messed it up i think I should have gone RES>RAD>CPU>Res

would it make that much of a difference in temps..?

Thanks for the help...
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Second way would perform better, yes. "How much?" is the question.
    
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Second way would perform better, yes. "How much?" is the question.
not true. both perform identical. after a few mins the water reaches the same temperature through out the loop. it does not matter where you put the rad.

but on another not, check to make sure you got your in and out right on the block, also make sure you got it right on the pump/res too. the out port on the pump/res is the one with the metal peice that the barb screws into, and the in is the acrylic peice that the barb screws into.
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hey guys thanks for the suggestions. I think if temps don't go down in the next day or two im going to drain the loop and reseat the block...

I may reseat the block today if I feel like it...

so far i got 4.4ish ghz but that was at a scarry 80 deg C

so I would like to bring that down... I think im going to turn the fans around so I bring in cool air into the case... onto the rad... too

Hopefully this lowers the temp...

I checked all my ins and my outs... they are all right... so not sure what the issue is... but its a work in progress so...
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You wouldnt drain the loop to reseat the block....
    
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post #6 of 8
1) what's your room temperature?
2) what's your vcore?
3) how did you apply TIM?
4) is the block seated correctly?
5) what is the temp of the water in the res?
6) what coolant are you using?
post #7 of 8
Make sure the block is mounted correctly, those temperatures are totally off. With my signature loop and my GPU and CPU under full load (CPU @ 4.9/1.45v) I see 65C as my warmest CPU core.

Did you get the inlet and outlet on your CPU block configured correctly? What speed are you running the fans at?
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post #8 of 8
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Note to self...:

Can't cool the cpu too well if you keep the plastic on the block... oops

damn im dumb...

im also draining and redoing the loop to go res>rad>block>res

i am dumb... just going to repeat that... LMAO
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