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Alienware M15x Watercooled, CPU temps high

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Watercooled M15x

Specs:

i7 920XM OC (26/26/26/26)

AMD 7970M OC (Core: 860, Mem 1460)

16GB RAM

256 GB SSD

Parts:

Koolance GPU 210 (2x)

16/10mm tubing and fittings.

Aquacomputer AMS 280 rad with integrated D5 pump.

2x 140 Swiftech Helix fans

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/9958106

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/7433463

cpu stock, no fans

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gpu load

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gpu idle.

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CPU idle.

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it would be possible to see a picture from a distance more ? I'm curious to see how the entire plant attaches to the motherboard

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I did the same a year back and it still works i have temps of 44 Celsius 25x25x25x25 mine would not clock further.

check my hybride cooling (thats what you do as well.)

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wow, can't imagine it's that simple, I though the CPU block requires some mods but no :o

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