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    Question is my pc always on, good or bad?

    hello! i wonder if i leave my pc always on is good, ok, or not. it's water cooling. cpu temp : 48°-51°
    thank you!

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    My friend I have no idea what it is you are asking.

    Are you asking if you should shut down your PC? I never do, my PC sleeps after a certain amount of time and that is how it has been forever.

    Your temps are pretty high for a water cooled system by the way, but then I have no idea what your system is or what the over clocks are.

    Information is good to provide constructive answers.
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    I think he means that he's overclocked his system which now runs at around 50.c and he wants to know if it's okay to be running it 24/7

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    Ah thanks loli

    Yes if your system is overclocked and your maximum load temps are within a safe range for the CPU (as yet un-specified) then yes it is no problem to run 24/7.
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    missing info, sorry!

    i'm sorry for the missing information and my english (i'm french )
    yes, i was wondering if it's ok to run my pc 24/7 with this config :

    asus rampage iii extreme
    intel core i7 920
    core speed 4Ghz
    chipset 58
    motherboard temp : 33°C
    cpu temp : 48-51°C
    cpu voltage : 1,799
    IOH temp : 59°C
    IOH voltage : 1,191
    ICH temp : 54°C
    ICH voltage : 1,191
    mem 12 Go DDR3 corsair
    power supply corsair HX 1000w

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    i'm not very good with computer. i buy this pc to somebody and he's overclock himself the pc. i don't want to overclock it more cause i don't know how to do it. thanks, everbody, it's appreciate!

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    Running it 24/7 wouldn’t be a problem tho how long do you plan to run it like that? Like any watercooling setup you should have time to clean it like twice or thrice a week depending on how much dust and dirt can gather specially on the rads and fans. Then change water also.

    BTW area those load temps or idle?

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    If i have holliday for work (i work 6weeks on and then 6weeks holliday) then mine is running overclocked 24/7 and no problems temps idle are between 38/42°C.

    So i guess its not a problem.
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    Is the voltage not a bit high for a Core i7 ?
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    I suspect your CPU voltage is a typing error. 1.79 is indeed very high. For 4GHz I expect to see about 1.43 for a voltage hungry CPU.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XRIGS View Post
    Running it 24/7 wouldn’t be a problem tho how long do you plan to run it like that? Like any watercooling setup you should have time to clean it like twice or thrice a week depending on how much dust and dirt can gather specially on the rads and fans. Then change water also.

    BTW area those load temps or idle?
    I hope you're not suggesting that the water needs to be changed several times per week? As long as you add a silver coil or biocide and use distilled water it should not need to be changed for at least 6 months.
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