here is s screen shot
note the room temp. is a steady 67 degrees Fahrenheit
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the temps dropped about 20 degrees Celsius.
Even though that's not typical CPU usage, those temps were pretty warm. How the temps are after the water cooling upgrade? Unfortunately, on-board temp sensors aren't very reliable.
Edited by dennisK16, 21 July 2011 - 11:19 AM.
Edited by Amst3rDamag3, 03 August 2011 - 05:33 PM.
Better late then never...
The temperatures in that pic were indeed on the high side.
60 degrees C is about the highest "optimum" temperature for any CPU.
I also noticed your system fan isn't turning as far as the sensor goes, which may be the cause all other temperatures went up.
Keep us posted on how it evolves man, good luck
PS: I really like that water-cooled setup, but are you aware of the extra maintenance of a water-cooled system?
It looks real tidy!
Edited by Amst3rDamag3, 03 August 2011 - 07:13 PM.
Great! Thanks for that update!
I've learned something today, and as a hidden bonus, other people may benefit as well!
Edited by dennisK16, 04 August 2011 - 11:27 AM.
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