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1055T + Noctua NH-U9B SE2 = Extremely bad temps

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So today I idled at around 45c and got like 59 at full load, and I thought "that seems a little too high".
So i reseated it, i double checked, and took the right amount of thermal paste and so on.

(Cpu = stock speed)

Now to the weirdest part: Now i'm getting like 48C at idle, and 62C+ at full load. Now that is even worse temperatures than i got with the stock cooler.
There is no dust either, trust me, I've checked.. 1000 times.

My temperatures never seem to be good. They're always very wrong. And last summer when i got the cooler, I idled at around 33C and maxed out at 52C.
And it was very warm in my room then, and I haven't changed anything with my computer since either.

I'm about to buy 2 Scythe Gentle Typhoon fans, because i only have one chassi fan right now.

Will them make my temperatures lower?

I already reseated the cooler 3 times this year, and the temperatures are always this bad. I've cleaned the processor and heatsink using the right methods and all, I applied a constant pressure when i screwed on the heatsink. There can't be any air bubbles, I mean i've done it 3 times this year and the temps are always ****ed up.

The weirdest part is that, last summer the temperatures were fine..

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Idle:

Full load:


Please help me
I will answer to all questions.
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post #2 of 10
doesnt seem shocking to me...
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But what I don't understand is how could the temperatures be lower last summer? Nothing has changed in my room that could affect the temperatures either.
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post #4 of 10
the computer is a year older, a year of dust and moving parts wearing down?
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If I put it this way then, If i buy 2 fans and fix my airflow in my case. Will my temperatures get lower then? If, how much? Is it worth it?
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post #6 of 10
Personally, id reseat the cooler, reapply TIM and clean the RAD of the Noctua (between the back exhausts) The RAD clogs up with shÃ*te and blocks the flow after a while, i did this recently with my own, and my temps went down ~10c and i regularly clean inside my case, just not the rad grill.
Edited by Asmodean - 5/8/11 at 7:04am
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How should i clean the RAD?
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post #8 of 10
With your lungs, and a nice cloth lol, unscrew it from the exhaust fans so you can lift it out of the case anough to clean both sides of it with a cloth, then blow through it like a lunatic to clean the middle

Disclaimer lol:Obviously make sure everything is unplugged and powered off before doing this
post #9 of 10
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Okay. I think I've decided to buy 2 chassi fans, and when i get them, clean the RAD and everything. And if my temperatures still are bad, I'll give up
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mixters View Post
Okay. I think I've decided to buy 2 chassi fans, and when i get them, clean the RAD and everything. And if my temperatures still are bad, I'll give up
They won't be, if everything goes well, and you don't live next door to hell. GL

Don't forget to reapply thermal compound, might aswell if your doing the rest.
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