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post #2451 of 6023
First time water cooler here. I've been skimming this thread and get the feeling my temperatures are a bit abnormal. I'm using the 920 (exhausting) on an i7 3770K that is currently at default settings. The only things I've changed in my BIOS is to turn RAID on, turn off CPU fan control, and select the XMP profile for me memory. Running the latest version of Prime95 in Windows 7 x64 with both the Antec software running (version 1.2) as well as CPUID HWMonitor Pro version 1.14 gives me the following:

Ambient Temp: 17C
Coolant (Idle): 33C
Coolant (Load): 37C
Pump RPM: 3000
CPU (Idle): 33C
CPU (Load): 70C
Motherboard: 28-30C

Fans are set to 30/42 in the Antec software respectively. As far as I can tell the water block is making good contact. I purchased some Innovation Cooling IC24 thermal compound when I bought all my parts, but never used it. I'm thinking of reseating the block with the IC24 applied, though I can't see this making a huge difference. I'm a bit concerned because I haven't even begun overclocking anything, plus with Prime95 my video card isn't involved so no extra heat is coming from that yet.

Fans: Two filtered 120mm intakes running at 1150 RPM on the front of my Lian Li PC-8FIB case (the ones that came with it), a Corsair AF140 Quiet Edition 140mm exhaust fan at 900 RPM at the top of the case, and the two fans that came with the 920 configured to exhaust air from the case (which feels quite cool on my hand, even under load).
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post #2452 of 6023
What do you use to monitor temps?

Those are really high load temps, especially for 17c ambient temp. Try using HWinfo64 and report back with results. If it's still high then the coldplate isn't seated all the way.
post #2453 of 6023
Hi everyone. i'm new here. I have a reference GTX670 and the fan spins so loud and temperature is still very high. i just bought a 620 cooler and thinking of putting it on my GTX670 using zip-ties. would u guys think it's going to be a lot quiter and temperature would drop a lot comparing to reference cooler? has anyone done this before, or if there are any tips i can get from u guys? thx so much
post #2454 of 6023
Add me, I have a 620 with push/pull config.

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post #2455 of 6023
Ordered a 620 when it was on sale at NCIX for $40 the other day. I intended to use it to replace my 212+ on my 3770K, but the advantages didn't seem huge compared to the advantages of mounting the 620 on my 7970. biggrin.gif Right now it is setup to exhaust with a Cougar 1200RPM fan in push and a 38mm spacer (gutted Foxconn fan) with foam window seal around all the joins. Seems to do great and aside from a little initial gurgle, it has been perfectly quiet. Now I just need to get another for my 3770K as originally planned.




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post #2456 of 6023
Nice work! Did you mount it with zip-ties? Also keep in mind that the coolers on GPUs cool more than just the core, they cool the VRMs and memory as well, I would recommend getting heatsinks for those and getting a fan to blow on them.
post #2457 of 6023
Yea, zip ties for now. Its a PowerColor Vortex II 7970 so the VRMs came from the factory with individual heat sinks (six pointed rectangles in the first pic). The RAM was uncooled from the factory though (just some air blowing on them, no sinks) so I have some heat sinks from the Accelero Extreme 7970 kit on the way. I also have a Dwoods bracket with a mount for a 120mm fan over the VRMs that I'm waiting for. As it sits, needing a reseat once the bracket arrives, it idles at 28C and 30C VRMs and load is 62C and 68C VRMs after a few minutes running Furmark. Factory clocks of 1100MHz core and 1425MHz memory. Will definitely go up after getting reseated and the heat sinks applied to the VRAM.

As for the list for the members, even in Chrome, I don't see a way to add myself. Maybe I'm just being dense.
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post #2458 of 6023
Temps on my Phenom II 965 dropped significantly after a lapping and reseat with arctic silver 5. Under load I'm getting 39 to 40 degrees on "cpu core" and 32 on the Antec liquid software. I couldn't believe the difference between that and the stock applied paste that came on the block. Now just waiting for the Asatek dual cpu/gpu unit to install on my 6850/6870's and also have some plain copper sinks for the vrm's and gpu memory. Kind of curious what the temps will do after adding a 40 buck 120 rad by koolance and a dual bay res with 3 block/pump units using the silver to seat them! Will post pics of the custom loop build.
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post #2459 of 6023
Hey guys! Please help me, im getting a message in the antec controller software that says: "fan speed has gone below alarm limit". It also reads the fan RPM as 0. This is in the extreme mode, if I change it to custom or silence, then it says that my rpm is at 320. So, if I go to extreme, 0 rpm, custom 300 and silent 320. This is just so weird.

The fans are running. But something is obviously wrong.

The fans are spinning, so thats false.

When checking under device manager and USB I can see the the ANTEC CC. So the usb cable should be correctly installed.

Also if I start up any program like core temp etc, it says that my temp is 0 degrees. In the antec program is says 30 which is quite good.


What is going on, why is it showing that the fans are running at 0 rpm? Why cant is my temp listed as 0 in coretemp etc?

IM SCARED mad.gifbiggrin.gif

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Edited by crazyponytail - 10/17/12 at 10:39am
post #2460 of 6023
How is the: Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra 100% Metal Thermal?

Is it even compatible with the 620??
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