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Sorry, that has GOT to be 55 CELSIUS. There is NO way your CPU is running cooler than the human body.
Lol, yeah its Celsius, my bad
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Are you sure that's 55 F and not 55 C? I believe most temp monitoring programs measure in Celsius by default.

EDIT: Yeah so that's around 130 F... As long as that temp is coming out of your rad into your room it's going to make a noticeable difference in temps. You've got to find a way to get that to exhaust outside in some way, otherwise it'll continue to make your room miserable.
Edited by BigJeebz - 5/15/11 at 11:28pm
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Are you sure that's 55 F and not 55 C? I believe most temp monitoring programs measure in Celsius by default.

EDIT: Yeah so that's around 130 F... As long as that temp is coming out of your rad into your room it's going to make a noticeable difference in temps. You've got to find a way to get that to exhaust outside in some way, otherwise it'll continue to make your room miserable.
Maybe since I'm always running my PC, I can set it up in the spare room and just make that room hot and not mine? Its right across the hall though so I wonder if it will come across the hall and make my room hot again? If its in the spare room, then I'm still not going to be able to exhaust it out a window since in the summer we usually have the AC on . I also have that stupid attic in my walk in closet so that gets really hot too and that comes in my room too..

If I put the computer in the spare room, I would also have to figure out a way to get my computer hooked up to the router/modem (I have it hardwired now and the Modem/Router combination is in my room so I can have a direct connect).

What do/does everyone think?
Edited by iStorm - 5/15/11 at 11:41pm
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post #14 of 30
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Maybe since I'm always running my PC, I can set it up in the spare room and just make that room hot and not mine? Its right across the hall though so I wonder if it will come across the hall and make my room hot again? If its in the spare room, then I'm still not going to be able to exhaust it out a window since in the summer we usually have the AC on . I also have that stupid attic in my walk in closet so that gets really hot too and that comes in my room too..

What do you think?
Well heat naturally will rise, you could try and run a duct from your rad up to your attic in your closet? The heat should stay in your attic and shouldn't come down into your room.

As to the spare room the computer is going to heat up any room that it's in regardless of where that room is. Running your PC in another room would keep your room cool but then anyone who goes into that other room would have to deal with the heat.
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post #15 of 30
you could mount the rads underneath the sill of the house and just run the tubes inside. it would keep the room sealed and all the heat out side.
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55 degrees F? Room is 15 degrees warmer?

I suggest moving out of a refrigerator.
This.

OP needs to embrace the world of overclocking, if our CPUs have to our up with it, then so do we
 
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post #17 of 30
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Well heat naturally will rise, you could try and run a duct from your rad up to your attic in your closet? The heat should stay in your attic and shouldn't come down into your room.

As to the spare room the computer is going to heat up any room that it's in regardless of where that room is. Running your PC in another room would keep your room cool but then anyone who goes into that other room would have to deal with the heat.
Can you show me an example of what you mean by a duct from my PC to my Attic? How is the duct going to get to the Attic when I have a closet door and then an attic door that separates them? The Exhaust Fan shoots up out the top of my computer.

I would prefer not to put it in that room since the internet stuff is in here.. It was just an option. Its just a spare room.. No one really goes in there. Its just a place to storage stuff.. Not much is in there except for clothes and collectibles.

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you could mount the rads underneath the sill of the house and just run the tubes inside. it would keep the room sealed and all the heat out side.
I have no idea where to even start there, lol… This is just a basic H70 cooler. The lines aren't long at all to mount it outside of the case..

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This.

OP needs to embrace the world of overclocking, if our CPUs have to our up with it, then so do we
I'm not overclocked.. but I kow what you mean.. I spend a lot of time in my room, which is why I am trying to situate this… I take online classes for college so a lot of time is spent on the computer.. along with gaming, video rendering, etc etc.
Edited by iStorm - 5/15/11 at 11:53pm
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I would also like to note that I have my fan setup on my Corsair H70 in a configuration where I am using it as an Intake (so its pulling the "cold" air into the case)

Is it me, or is Corsair just being plain stupid with the instructions? Like, is it not obvious enough that hot air goes out as "OUTTAKE" for christ sake?!

"Wait, my common sense is tingling."
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I don't see any easy fix for this unless you want to turn up your a/c or get one of those a/c window units if your parents let you. I used to have one made my room an icebox.
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Is it me, or is Corsair just being plain stupid with the instructions? Like, is it not obvious enough that hot air goes out as "OUTTAKE" for christ sake?!

"Wait, my common sense is tingling."
The only thing with if you set it up as exhaust is that if there is a lot of warm air in your case, then you are passing warm air through the rad, and that can't help with temps much. I think that is why Corsair suggests you set it as intake, thus pulling cool air onto the rad.
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