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You're using a push / pull config, right? Are both the fans facing the right direction? In other words, is the air flow going either <----- or -----> and not ------> <------?
Both are going inside ----> RADIATOR ----->
Thats what the manual says, i will double check if i read it wrong...
    
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i used the one that comes with the H70 and used the two Fans as well

Sorry, but im a bit of a new on this matter
You need to make sure that whatever fan header the pump is plugged into is running at 100%.
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Someone had a similar problem and the H70 fans weren't operating at proper speed.
The CPU fan says 1400 RPM and the other two says 3900~ and 2000~
    
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Ok well disable CPU PLL Overvoltage anyway. No way that's going to do anything at 4 ghz except add temps (if anything).

You'll only need to enable it when you start pushing clocks, and you suddenly find you instantly get an overclock failed and the multiplier won't save, or the CPU freezes at splash screen (or black screen) at even up to 1.55 vcore (which means you hit the Multiplier wall with PLL disabled, then you'll know you need to enable it).
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You need to make sure that whatever fan header the pump is plugged into is running at 100%.
So how do i do that? i mean.. what RPM should be set? i don't know if i have that option on the BIOS i would have to check
    
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Both are going inside ----> RADIATOR ----->
Thats what the manual says, i will double check if i read it wrong...
Never hurts to unmount it and double check. These closed loop setups are really easy to tinker with. I'd double check the air flow by removing both fans and just feeling which way the air is being pushed.

I did the ----> <----- on accident one time and my temperatures spiked to about what you're indicating.
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Ok well disable CPU PLL Overvoltage anyway. No way that's going to do anything at 4 ghz except add temps (if anything).

You'll only need to enable it when you start pushing clocks, and you suddenly find you instantly get an overclock failed and the multiplier won't save, or the CPU freezes at splash screen (or black screen) at even up to 1.55 vcore (which means you hit the Multiplier wall with PLL disabled, then you'll know you need to enable it).
Ok i will disable it right away
Edited by rzumbado - 4/15/11 at 12:34pm
    
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Never hurts to unmount it and double check. These closed loop setups are really easy to tinker with. I'd double check the air flow by removing both fans and just feeling which way the air is being pushed.

I did the ----> <----- on accident one time and my temperatures spiked to about what you're indicating.
Ok i will double check that...

btw... when running prime for 30 mins or so the radiator is still cold (not that cold) and i feel the "water" passing by the pipes but is is not hot hot.. is more like getting warm a bit
    
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Ok i will double check that...

btw... when running prime for 30 mins or so the radiator is still cold (not that cold) and i feel the "water" passing by the pipes but is is not hot hot.. is more like getting warm a bit
Try connecting your pump connector directly to your power supply if you have one of those 3 pin to 4 pin molex connectors laying around. They usually come with fans.
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Your H70 pump should be operating at about 1400 RPM. Check in the BIOS and make sure it is running fast enough. You might also try to re-seat the block/pump.
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