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Old 01-30-04, 10:18 AM Thread Starter   #1
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How to benchmark my H2O system? pic


Well I have finished setting up my rig with water. Everything is up and running fine. Now I need to know what programs are good to benchmark my system temps (idle, load etc.)

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looks real nice, i'm glad you went with the top mounted rad

what you want to do to get a load temp is burn the cpu (100% load) for at least half an hour. Or you can fold for team 32 and run load 24/7
I like mbm5 for checking temps, it's got a nice little dashboard feature.
The zip ties look good, but for security I would use metal clamps if I was you. Can always paint them!

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Give BurnK7 a try for max temps.

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