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I have heard some bad and good things about Feser One but I don't think anything would happen after a week. Have you double checked for any kinks? Also this is unlikely but a piece of nickel could have flaked off causing a minor backup in the CPU block.
Praying to god this didnt happen, although i suppose its possible. I do have a small kink from the 92mm rad to the cpu block but i dont think its enough to do this much damage. Especially since it hasnt changed since i put it together.

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Did you clean out the rads before using the in the loop. Like flush them out and get all the deposits left from the factory out of them? I'm sure you did but just had to ask.
yes, the rads were flushed.
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Im idling at about 55c right now and if i run prime95 small fft, it will literally climb to 100c and hang there for a min before it restarts. This shouldnt be possible. Especially when it was working just fine a day ago
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I fixed the gpu problem. I was dabbling with folding earlier and i guess i have the gpu client starting everytime i turn on the computer so it was at load and i somehow wasnt catching that.
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Still a little suspect. What's the ambient temp? How much PT-nuke (or other biocide) did you use? Also...every colored liquid or dye I've used...I've found residue in my CPU block. My EK Supreme HF was so bunged up w/crud I was pushing 7-10 degree's hotter. Best is distilled water, a kill coil w/UV-reactive or just plain colored tubing.

BTW...years ago I was there at Ramstein when they had that air-show crash. We had just started walking back to my brothers quarters (my family and his) when we heard what sounded like 155MM rounds going off...turned around, saw the fireballs, the heat hit us and then heard the screaming...was not a pretty sight.
post #15 of 16
Agreed, might just want to check the plate in the cpu block. As you can check it without removing the bottom plate on the block. Hopefully nothing is building up in there.
post #16 of 16
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Thanks for the advice. The idle temps are just getting worse. The gpu temps dont change which is very weird, just the cpu. I even put my old 920 in to see if that did anything, and it didnt. I'm going to split the loops and keep the cpu entirely seperate. Prolly should have done it in the first place but with 3 rads i didnt think a single loop would be a problem. I ordered an EK dual loop bay res which should be here by the weekend hopefully.
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