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Old December 19, 2011, 09:07 PM
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I do know a few people who have had issues with Crossfire on it's own. Try running a single card to see how it performs?
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Old December 19, 2011, 09:56 PM
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- Your RS360 could also do with an upgrade, being the slimmer version its not enough to cool two GPUs and a CPU unless you are running you fans at max rpm and even then the fin density of the RS360 isn't that amazing.

- Your pump's flow rate is also lacking for all the components you have, because its max potential is 522 Litre per hour. If you have three blocks you need at least 650-700 Litre per hour and if you are using any 90 or 45 degree fittings at least 750 to have a decent flow rate.

That should explain the 10 C heat issues for the most part.
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