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In OCCT my CPU and also both of my GPU"s climb considerably in temperature. I have actually applied thermal paste to my cpu, Has a cpu block and also it is also watercooled. Both of my gpu"s are watercooled and every one of the pipes are linked. Also tbelow is coolant in tright here. Help? If tbelow is anymore indevelopment you need just ask me please.
i gained this BSOD error via one customer. Turned out to be a dead or underpowered CPU fan. Took me forever to figure it out bc i believed the message expected it was a negative CPU or memory.


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Looks prefer your CPU is overheating bereason of OC (or the radiator is too tiny, or there"s not sufficient fans to ensure the sufficient CFM for cooling), and if the pipe leads the flow straight from CPU to GPU"s that implies you are heating GPU"s rather of cooling them. Try to get the flow from radiator to GPU"s first, then to CPU and also the water pump, or install an intermediate radiator in between them.UPD: well, after some tests w/ the IRL watercooling it came to be clear that the order the coolant flows through the components does not really matter (though it does, however the distinction is not significant enough to consider), yet the cooling capcapacity of the radiator and the circulation speed carry out. Still, if you overclock your CPU, the CPU gets hotter and also the as a whole temperature of the coolant rises making the entirety system hotter, therefore demanding even more cooling capability from the radiator to encertain the comfort working temperatures. And if the CPU overheats, in PCBS you gain the CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT most most likely, as I never observed PCBS addressing this error to any kind of other cause.