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Quote: Originally Posted by Renegade5399 View Post
Hit it with a decent load. Stress the CPU and GPU at the same time. Sometimes you just have some windings that need to be "set" and heat is really the only way to get that done.
Thanks for the info, I kind of figured I would try to hit it with some load and see if it changes anything.

up until now, I just bench tested it then put it in the 500D case. so I haven't put it under any load.

I want to test my 240mm AIO vs the Dark Rock Pro 4, so this will be a good way.

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