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About narrdarr

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    i5-6500 4.0ghz
    upgrade to r7 3700 stock
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  1. Pump speed, mounting pressure, and Tim spread are going to be your first checks Spike like this do happen on ryzen CPUs. Your aio cold plate is designed to be primarily used with single center die cpu mostly intel. Which usually slightly convex to ensure solid pressure in the center. You'll want to make sure the screws are tightened all the way. Or you can lap the CPU and the cold plate to make both of them flat. And maybe I missed it but case do you have?
  2. You do know the front has a cover that can removed aswell for more airflow..?
  3. Interesting ---- You mean .... Like using a shroud to direct the air to a specific place(s)? Yes but I don't think it would help enough to justify the cost or the sacrifice in aesthetics. If start going down the rabbit hole it mean your better off getting a different case.
  4. Cool. ------- I noticed you have 3 top exhaust fans. The top front is actually not doing anything for you. If anything it's working against you. It taking any fresh air that comes into the system and removing before any of the components can utilize that air. Better placement would be the rear or you could strap it to the gpu.
  5. i was think you might be able to get 4 sticks stable with a little more voltage. im guessing xmp sets it to 1.35v. i would try 1.375v and no more 1.4v.
  6. 4 sticks has always been weird on ryzen builds.
  7. I did read 90%. Its a bit long winded. Just saying tubing is cheap so you could just get some more of what you like.
  8. Tubing is cheap. Personally I think black tubing looks the best for soft tubing. I would just buy some. But if you want to use the white its fine to. The key is smooth tubing runs. Try to work with the curve of the tubing.
  9. two things 1. no matter what you do air flow in that case isn't that great 2. asus motherboard by default has a 75c critical temp which makes the fan jump to 100% some motherboards allow for you to disable it in bios but most need to be done using the asus software.
  10. What case are you using? Where is the rad placed?