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    Default Thermaltake 760is in i7 920 D0 @ 3.5

    I bought this product since I do not have that much option here in thailand for water cooling kits,
    Currently my idle temp is 36-40 C ( all cores ) @ idle and 67-72 C @ 100% load. Is this fine, Before i use the V8 coolermaster but wasn't satisfied with how it performed ( reaches 80 C on stock clock).

    Ambient temp is 25-28 C.

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Thermaltake 760is in i7 920 D0 @ 3.5

    Hi lsdmesap,

    Currently I'm running @3.5 for I already experienced instability @4.0 when I added the watercooling kit ( maybe due to additional fan and pump ) since I'm only using 650W PSU. I already did three mistakes, first is the thermaltake matrix case, next coolermaster V8, and now this watercooling kit.

    I'm thinking of changing the PSU ( how many watts? ), case ( what case would you recommend? ) and use thermaright instead. What do you think? But honestly I liked how water cooling works...

    Again thanks.
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    Intel i7 920 @ 4.0 Ghz
    Cooler Master V8 ( with washers in backplate )
    Gigabyte x58a ud7
    Power Color 5870 crossfirex
    6 gb Corsair 1600 XMS
    Seasonic 650
    1Tb WD 64MB green
    LG PQ10 42 Plasma

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