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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve B View Post
    no worries
    just make sure when you tighten it, its going into that dent!
    OMG WOW what a diffrence.



    Check those temps now, nothing to worry about, to think ive been using at 60-70c for 3 months thinking it was ok, im glad I checked on this forum.

    You just saved my PC Steve B. I can't thankyou enough, top marks to you sir,A+++++++

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    CPU running at a cool 47c all the time.

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    wooo glad i could be of some help. Leave it running for a while and see how your temps iron out.

    if its your first foray into watercooling, I can say it only gets better from here
    Well done!!

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    • Million's system
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    Good work Steve B! Wozza, if you find temps still too high it's quite possible to replace single parts of the watercooling loop with higher grade ones. Watercooling isn't as scary as it seems when you get your head around it. Plus, even if the system leaks, feser one is non-conductive so it wouldn't harm the system anyway

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