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you are such an idiot. learn to use your fans properly. PUSH PULL
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you are such an idiot. learn to use your fans properly. PUSH PULL
very helpful there! *insert sarcasm*

He is correct tho. You need to pushing 2 pulling....
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post #13 of 26
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Did you read what I said, I was push pull with the air - but I tried something different.

Once I complete the loop with the new waterblock, I am going to see what runs better.

Because why can't I push push and force the air on both sides, it's cold air on both sides?

...and call me an idiot, see if I care... help me out here dooshbag!
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very helpful there! *insert sarcasm*

He is correct tho. You need to pushing 2 pulling....
I understand... so I will change it now..

Thanks guys...

PUSH PUSH> <---
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I understand... so I will change it now..

Thanks guys...

PUSH PUSH> <---
exactly. Pushing from both sides is like not moving air at all. I have done this but not on purpose
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post #16 of 26
Firstly without saying what the actual GPU temp is it's hard to say if there's a problem or not

But certainly if there's still air in the loop it doesn't help, so get rid of that first (tipping the case, running it for a bit, top up the loop, change case position, repeat in different positions until there isn't any air left)
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as long as the card is cool theres no problem
the block your using only cools the gpu what about the ram and v-regs on that board
what your u cooling them with
hopefully you at least put some after market heat sinks on them
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Firstly without saying what the actual GPU temp is it's hard to say if there's a problem or not

But certainly if there's still air in the loop it doesn't help, so get rid of that first (tipping the case, running it for a bit, top up the loop, change case position, repeat in different positions until there isn't any air left)

Okay - Scorpii - THANK YOU --- I will keep doing that, wish I would have known in the first place but I never had this problem with air before.

So I will continue to remove the air as much as possible, I am going to let the system run, I have added about another 2 or 4 ounces of distilled water to the loop and I am going to reverse the fans on the outer part of the Rad so move the air.

Thanks for everyones help again!!!
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as long as the card is cool theres no problem
the block your using only cools the gpu what about the ram and v-regs on that board
what your u cooling them with
hopefully you at least put some after market heat sinks on them
Hey Sato! --- I have a few copper heatsinks on the memory, however I have some that I could not fit them over because the tubing is in the way, so I have just left them be.

Im going to try and get some smaller heatsinks for the other memory.

What are the V-REgs?
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post #20 of 26
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Wow, okay just checked the temps on the GPU, thanks to Eclipse I downloaded GPU-Z, never knew it existed.

I have 30.5, 32.0 and 35.0 --- Idle tempatures on Cores 1,2 & 3.

With the fan I remember the CCC program that comes with the ATI drivers showing me 35 celcius. I am assuming that it's running a bit cooler now.


...and my CPU unmounted waterblock is very cold - much colder than it was before... I still have not reversed the fans, thats next.

...and I want to explain this -- because of the design of my case and the way I set this up, I had pushed air in both ends because, I do not have one side connected directly to the radiator. The fans have about a 1/2 to 3/4 inch gap between the back of the case and the radiator.

So I figured with that much space, I might as well push the air back in from the other side because those are the fans that are directly screwed into the radiator. I understand if I was pushing directly onto eachother from both sides, it would be worthless, but the gap there I think it actually helps...

Do you guys understand what I did? Basically only the one side has fans pushing straight onto the rad. The other side is about 1/2" 3/4" away blowing air, kinda gets away from it you know?

So to justify why I did it that way - I know what PUSH PULL air is BMASQ you doosh, I just did it this way because of the setup..

So should I still change it around? Because it's flowing through nicely with the way it is now...
Edited by joealbergo - 3/16/11 at 11:45am
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