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post #1 of 18
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Hey guys,

Just finished my first loop. Do these temps look right?

33dzk3c.jpg

Currently have it res->pump->rad->cpu->res

using Supreme HF/DCP 4.0/Black ice 360 + 3x XLP Noiseblocker/ EK 250 ADV/ 3/8'' tubing / distilled water + algaecide

Any tips or suggestions? Thanks! redface.gif
post #2 of 18
Hard to say....looks like P95 is only running 3 threads? Make sure you stress with 8 wink.gif
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what tim are you using?
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post #4 of 18
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Originally Posted by miahallen;12747885 
Hard to say....looks like P95 is only running 3 threads? Make sure you stress with 8 wink.gif

It's running 8, I just have the window sized down smile.gif
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Originally Posted by munaim1;12747938 
what tim are you using?

First run I tried NT-H1, then tried MX-3 getting the temps in the pic.

I have AC 5, MX-2/3/4, and NT-H1 available to use.
post #5 of 18
Yeah temps are ok. If you are gonna run 24/7 you wanna keep temps sub 70c. Otherwise your temps look good. Also any reason real temp isn't showing speed and load? Or is it just cause the 2600/2500ks are not supported?

And what fans are you using?
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seems fine to me
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if those are your temps at 8 minutes what are they after a hour
I would watch them if it where me

I like to keep my temp maxed at 70'ish

but that is a really nice OC
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Originally Posted by 7ranslucen7;12748022 
It's running 8, I just have the window sized down smile.gif

That's what I figured, but usually there is a scrollbar on the right....but not on yours confused.gif

Oh well, if you're running all 8 threads then temps look good thumb.gif
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post #9 of 18
I'm pretty close to you there..quad rad probably helps though.

I'm getting mid 60s at 20-21c Ambient using a TFC 480ER and MCP-35X pump.

I've set both the pump and fans on a 30-70% PWM dynamic adjustment using speedfan and a sunbeam rheosmart.

That leaves the Yate slow speeds running at 900RPM when browsing the web or doing other office like tasks. The pump is also dialed way down to 1300RPM, and ramps up as soon as I load hard.

Great for silence:thumb:

I haven't messed with ram speed/timings yet.

I also need to get a new CPU block, I had to hack the old supreme 775 hold down to get me by...not even oriented right.
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post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by Arksniper;12748095 
Yeah temps are ok. If you are gonna run 24/7 you wanna keep temps sub 70c. Otherwise your temps look good. Also any reason real temp isn't showing speed and load? Or is it just cause the 2600/2500ks are not supported?

And what fans are you using?

Not sure, although it is the latest version of RT. And I'm using 3x Noiseblocker XLP's running about 65% fan speed, anything higher is just too loud.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Satogd;12748519 
if those are your temps at 8 minutes what are they after a hour
I would watch them if it where me

I like to keep my temp maxed at 70'ish

but that is a really nice OC

After 30-40mins they get to about 74-75, just came from an H50 so I'm unsure if these are the temps to expect, although I did see a ~10C improvement from the same overclock.
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Originally Posted by Martinm210;12749046 
I'm pretty close to you there..quad rad probably helps though.

I'm getting mid 60s at 20-21c Ambient using a TFC 480ER and MCP-35X pump.

I've set both the pump and fans on a 30-70% PWM dynamic adjustment using speedfan and a sunbeam rheosmart.

That leaves the Yate slow speeds running at 900RPM when browsing the web or doing other office like tasks. The pump is also dialed way down to 1300RPM, and ramps up as soon as I load hard.

Great for silence:thumb:

I haven't messed with ram speed/timings yet.

I also need to get a new CPU block, I had to hack the old supreme 775 hold down to get me by...not even oriented right.

If only I lived somewhere up north, florida ambient is horrid frown.gif lowest I've seen on a regular day is 27-28. Can't seem to lower the voltage anymore without having to downclock my ram (running at 1866).

460 sounds like a nice idea but I'd have to dremel the top of the 800D, haven't planned it out yet.




Appreciate the feedback guys smile.gif
Edited by 7ranslucen7 - 3/15/11 at 8:46pm
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