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cold water + cold air = bad temps

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Overbrazil

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Hi friends, i am using a tc4 with springs, dtek heatercore + shourd + 515 gph pump. My temps idle is 42 (thermistor) with cold water 23 C and cold air temp 20 C.I think 2 possibilities:
1 wb, but i settle again and with pressure in springs.
2 oumo maybe i am getting low flowrates.
when i unplug the fan the temp and the water temp rise very slowly almost 6 hours.
what do you think ?
 

Seal

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London
yea i get the same too, im using a thermister temp probe behind the processor and think its because since there is not air circulation behind there so it heats up. I think the core temp will be lower though.
 

SemiCycle

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That is a pretty wide range. I see you are using a probe to measure the cpu temp, what are you using to measure the water and air temps?

Also, is there anyway you could give us MB5 temps. I know the program isn't as acurate, but I'm just wondering if the spread is large is using that too.
 
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Overbrazil

Overbrazil

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yes now after this step the temp dropped 12 C. idlle 30 C and full 35 c. Should i use a probe to get the real temp like the diode?
sorry slip this temps are based in mbm5, and i do have a thermometer reading the external temps, like the water, too.
i will buy a compunurse.