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    ok thanks, I will check to see if they are optional.

    Also I thought that with the CPU getting to 94c the thermal compound wold be a bit more solid now. But maybe it takes more time.
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    Looks OK to me. It's normal for the paste to pull away from some spots and form ridges when you lift the heatsink. It appears that any voids correspond to paste on the opposite surface so you're good on that front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Looks OK to me. It's normal for the paste to pull away from some spots and form ridges when you lift the heatsink. It appears that any voids correspond to paste on the opposite surface so you're good on that front.
    Great to hear, thank you
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    Also, do you think it could be a power delivery issue via the CPU power conector? I am using an extention. Maybe ill try it without the extention.
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    Longer cables mean more resistance in the cables. You'd notice the cable getting warm if the extension is too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Longer cables mean more resistance in the cables. You'd notice the cable getting warm if the extension is too much.
    hmm ok, thanks.

    So you dont think an extention could cause the vcore on CPU to work incorrectly ?
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    cables cannot be an issue. We are not talking plus 10 meter, So we have to roll it up. Yes the paste looks okay. Never seen it pull to 1 spot so much though.

    But am out idea's Still think it was air in your loop. But then again the pump makes a bit more noise then as well. Also am not so sure your fans are doing a good job. If they are pulling vacume in the case not much flow then. But then also 2 rads should pasively cool decently enough. back to the pump..... check that again.. am just typing out loud :-(

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    I wouldn't think so, your vcore looked normal with abnormally high temps which makes me think it's a water block mounting issue.

    Or possibly the pump as tommiboi suggests.

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    Yes it could be air in the front rad at the top sitting there, will work on getting it all out

    Also will remount the CPU, refill it and post updates then

    Thanks all for your insights
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    You're welcome

    And yes keep us updated, would like to see this resolved today.

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