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post #11 of 34
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Thank you
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post #12 of 34
Your cpu is hitting 68 cel at stock? 71 is the max per intel:

http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=33924


And rep+ helpful posts (not asking just letting a new member know about the rep button)
post #13 of 34
Your temps are out of control. Cooling?
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post #14 of 34
I'm assuming stock cooling


.......... don't OC a quad on stock cooling
post #15 of 34
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ah ok ya am using stock cooling what cooling should i geT?
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post #17 of 34
Sorry, if I missed something... air or water?

If air, this is a good cooler that won't break the bank...this is one of the best.

Also, what are your ambient temps like? I think I read you're in Kuwait, so if the room with the computer is hot, you might consider going with water. I think almost anything you get will be better than the stock cooler though.
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post #18 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by oorenotsoo View Post
Sorry, if I missed something... air or water?

If air, this is a good cooler that won't break the bank...this is one of the best.

Also, what are your ambient temps like? I think I read you're in Kuwait, so if the room with the computer is hot, you might consider going with water. I think almost anything you get will be better than the stock cooler though.
Air or water... its all the same if you have very high ambients.

Having said that, water with a large rad would have the edge.

Id image there should be some AC happening there, so water would be the go.
post #19 of 34
Thanks for the correction. I guess I figured water would have an edge thinking it would dump the heat more efficiently. Anyway, thanks . Water will just about always win.

So, OP, do you have any preference: air, water or liquid cooling kit (h50)?
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post #20 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by oorenotsoo View Post
Thanks for the correction. I guess I figured water would have an edge thinking it would dump the heat more efficiently. Anyway, thanks . Water will just about always win.

So, OP, do you have any preference: air, water or liquid cooling kit (h50)?
No dramas

Having my H50 for sometime and several Australian summers, Id recommend something sturdier than a H50 for those clims... H100, Rasa or custom loop perhaps.
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