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Water cooled system overheating?!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by ManillaForce, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. MxPhenom 216

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    Nice to see you figured it out...........now go start overclocking!
     
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    Pumping into your res is a bad idea. Changing the loop order should yield better performance:eek:
     
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    make sure you heed t he extra advice anyway fix the direction and and bleed it properly
    that loop should keep things under 65c @ oc'd loads
     
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    Didn't notice about the 5,25" reservoir, thanks for pointing it out, if it's that way, maybe aligning the pump with that one (if there's room) and going res->pump->double rad->cpu->gpu->simple rad->res or not moving anything and just changing loop direction.
     
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