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Old 16-04-16, 08:17 PM
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75 degrees on custum wc

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i've just cleaned my wc loop and now my I7 4790K @ 4.7 ghz : 1.3v.

im getting 75 C. under load when gaming. its that normal?
before cleaning my wc loop i thought that it hits so high temps because i need the "insertpin and the jet plate" so i did put both of them back in the CPU block.

now that i've cleaned my wc loop and now my I7 4790K @ 4.7 ghz : 1.3v.

im still get 75 C.

my setup:

2x 360 rads
EK supremecy evo
2x Asus matrix 290x
d5 pump
250 cylinder

ill put a before picture of my setup and after.

the one after has white hoses.

couldnt upload the new setup, here it is.

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Old 16-04-16, 09:36 PM
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That setup depending on fan speeds and graphics overclock yeah I would say that's about right when gaming. The 290x is a very hot card so 2 of them and your cpu all under heavy load can easily push your temps up.

I would actually say that 75 degrees isn't that bad at all with that setup
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Old 16-04-16, 10:43 PM
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That setup depending on fan speeds and graphics overclock yeah I would say that's about right when gaming. The 290x is a very hot card so 2 of them and your cpu all under heavy load can easily push your temps up.

I would actually say that 75 degrees isn't that bad at all with that setup
A 295X2 is easily cooled with a 240mm rad so the 290s are dealt with one 360, the second one should benefit even more so your cpu shouldn't get that hot. Check for air in your block. Maybe there is some in your rad too.
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Old 16-04-16, 10:53 PM
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A 295X2 is easily cooled with a 240mm rad so the 290s are dealt with one 360, the second one should benefit even more so your cpu shouldn't get that hot. Check for air in your block. Maybe there is some in your rad too.
Isn't a 295x2 , 2 down clocked 290x's?

When I had my saphire 290x it was a heat monster especially when overclocked
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Old 16-04-16, 11:13 PM
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A 295X2 is easily cooled with a 240mm rad so the 290s are dealt with one 360, the second one should benefit even more so your cpu shouldn't get that hot. Check for air in your block. Maybe there is some in your rad too.
my 2 290x doont even go up more than 36 C under load. My cpu is my main concern.

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Isn't a 295x2 , 2 down clocked 290x's?

When I had my saphire 290x it was a heat monster especially when overclocked
my cards r on stock speeds. no overclock on them. dont want to overclock them, when my cpu is that hot.

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A 295X2 is easily cooled with a 240mm rad so the 290s are dealt with one 360, the second one should benefit even more so your cpu shouldn't get that hot. Check for air in your block. Maybe there is some in your rad too.
i cleaned my loop for about 2 hours with vinigar acid. the rads are clean. after rinsing 3 times. no filth came out. no algie or other nasty stuf.

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i think that i mayby have to upgrade my fans. i have now thise corsair sp120 fans.
http://www.corsair.com/en/air-series...-fan-twin-pack

is it worth it to upgrade or should i just keep 'em?
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Old 17-04-16, 12:24 AM
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The Corsair SP fans are fine. Your temps are pretty much Normal. The devils Canyon series had an improved heatspreader. However its still not as good as the SB.

As for the GPUs. Are you talking about load temps here? If so then there may actually be a problem with the CPU coolng/block etc if your ambient temps are low enough to help cool the cards that well under load.
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Old 17-04-16, 12:34 AM
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The Corsair SP fans are fine. Your temps are pretty much Normal. The devils Canyon series had an improved heatspreader. However its still not as good as the SB.

As for the GPUs. Are you talking about load temps here? If so then there may actually be a problem with the CPU coolng/block etc if your ambient temps are low enough to help cool the cards that well under load.
yeah thats what im talking about. load temps on the gpu's.

i suspect the fans or the cpu block. i re checked the paste just to see if i maybe got to much or to little. it look good.
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1.3V through a CPU with a still relatively poor thermal interface is going to result in quite high temps. I don't think you will gain much through changing the fans, to run high overclocks at low temps then a delid and repaste could make all the difference. The loop seems appropriately specced for the heat load.

Are your SP120's quiet edition or performance edition. Something like a Noctua F12 or EK Vardar may net you a tiny a bit more airflow at a lower noise level but the SP120's are suitable for the application even at low speeds.

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Old 17-04-16, 12:57 AM
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1.3V through a CPU with a still relatively poor thermal interface is going to result in quite high temps. I don't think you will gain much through changing the fans, to run high overclocks at low temps then a delid and repaste could make all the difference. The loop seems appropriately specced for the heat load.

Are your SP120's quiet edition or performance edition. Something like a Noctua F12 or EK Vardar may net you a tiny a bit more airflow at a lower noise level but the SP120's are suitable for the application even at low speeds.

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im using the quiet edition with led's.

guess i draw the bad solicon lottory on my cpu. delid is the very last resort. im a nerd, but not that much to delid my cpu. :/

i love vardar from EK. but when its radiator fans. dont i have to look on CFM or what do i look for for radiator fans if CFM dont count
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Old 17-04-16, 07:39 AM
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im using the quiet edition with led's.

guess i draw the bad solicon lottory on my cpu. delid is the very last resort. im a nerd, but not that much to delid my cpu. :/

i love vardar from EK. but when its radiator fans. dont i have to look on CFM or what do i look for for radiator fans if CFM dont count
You look for static pressure in the first place.
Also just to be sure, did you take off the plastic cover from the Cpu block?
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