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    Dell 730x Water Cooling Question

    Hey I have a Dell 730x which came with a water cooler for the i7 965 processor. Everest says that each of the cores are running are running at 110 degrees Fahrenheit +/- 1 or 2 degrees. My question is, how do I know the water cooler is working? I don't hear it at all and never have. Any help would be extremely, extremely appreciated.

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    It's working just based on your temps. If it wasn't working your CPU would overheat and shut down.

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    They shot up to 70-80 degrees Celsius which is like 165-ish in Fahrenheit I think off the top of my head. Is that good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chidoriglance View Post
    They shot up to 70-80 degrees Celsius which is like 165-ish in Fahrenheit I think off the top of my head. Is that good?
    About what i'd expect from a Dell watercooling system on a I7 CPU.

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    My co-worker has one of those but with a I7 920 CPU (I think), its gets pretty hot. He even has a desk fan blowing right onto the computer itself .

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    Those are ok temps for an i7. If the cooling wasn't working they would be pegged at the 100*c shutdown point, or not functioning at all.
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    Question for OP: Always wondered on Dell XPS models can you overclock through BIOS? I'm been seeing stories that say it can but not sure.

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    Question for OP: Always wondered on Dell XPS models can you overclock through BIOS? I'm been seeing stories that say it can but not sure.
    Yeah, I actually found a link on this forums when I was looking for other solutions (which I will be making a thread of shortly): Here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RCmJWT15j0

    And thank you all for responding. It helped me out a lot.

    Here's the link to my other thread: http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.p...66#post6180966
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    Run Core Damage for max heat. I believe it got my die temp almost 10c higher than prime95. That is if you wanted to stress your system though.

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