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CLC 280 + 1080 FTW questions

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2017/06/19 11:24:02 (permalink)
so I just got this combo, looks great but a few questions if anyone can help.
 
- I have an i7700 and I'm seeing temps flux between 39 to 51 deg on idle or light use. It's jumping up/down 4+ degrees every second. Is this normal? I've never experienced these fluxes with air cooling or on my old i7 940
 
- I've checked the "match with gpu" for the lights in the flow controller app but it doesn't seem to sync the color cycle lights. Is this just a bug in the software currently?
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    Scarlet-Tech
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    Re: CLC 280 + 1080 FTW questions 2017/06/19 11:29:24 (permalink)
    I think they are working on getting the rib lined up, so there may be a big in the clc software to where the ftw3 colors isn't attached to the clc.

    Yes, temp fluctuation is relatively normal as different cores are out under different loads.

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    Re: CLC 280 + 1080 FTW questions 2017/06/19 19:21:32 (permalink)
    Thanks! wasn't sure if the feature wasn't working or just me. I'll wait for an update then
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    Re: CLC 280 + 1080 FTW questions 2017/06/21 08:08:56 (permalink)
    Also remember the intel core temps are not very accurate at lower temps and loads, been that way for a long time. At higher loads the temps should stabilize and be pretty close to each other.

                                   
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