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should i switch my rads

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my teamps are kind of high at 5ghz on my 2600k

i am using a HW Labs Black Ice SR1 360 Carbon Black - Triple
120mm for my gpu loop
and a Swiftech MCR320-QP Quiet Power 3X120mm - Black
for my cpu loop

here a pic after 6 hour of prime95

post #2 of 5
that is kind of high... i have a single rx360 and a 2600k at 1.45v, i max out around 60c..

what fans are you using? have you tried reseating the cpu block?
post #3 of 5
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yes 3 times it set right im using kaze 1900 rpm 110 cmf on the rads

can i ask you if you have ht on or off
post #4 of 5
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and how much do you tighten the screws on the ek block i did not want to brake it
post #5 of 5
Sounds high. I get 55C after hours of primeload with my 2500k at 4.8 GHz/1.43v
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