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Buy some shin-etsu g751.
clean off the old TIM.
put a dot of shin-etsu on the cpu.
Win.

You might not have to take the mobo out to do this, since the HAF 932 has a back-plate cutout behind the mobo. open the right side panel and see if the back-plate is visible. Those temps are indeed high considering that cooler is pretty big.
Edited by qwertymac93 - 8/1/11 at 1:08pm
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That's strange that they stress tested it and still didn't see a problem with a temp like that. It seems awfully high to me personally. The fan upgrade is probably a good idea. I have an OEM H50 type cooler and I added a 2nd fan to make it push/pull and I did see case temps drop a couple degrees.

Wasn't sure what you meant about the 9 inch clearance. Is this a distance between your cooler and the side panel?? Little confused sorry lol

I don't THINK you have to remove the mobo but I could be wrong about that. I think you can just lay it down and work on it but anybody else should feel free to step in and correct me if I'm mistaken.
I meant around the case i have a good 9 inch space around the back and sides lol. It seems it could be a bit tricky if i tried doing it in the case. Thing is, i dont think i have to get a better CPU cooler as mine is a dam good one isnt it?
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post #23 of 66
90C? Are you kidding me?

put it back to stock and then see what your temps are. 90C is real high. if you get around 80C at stock, Consider reapplying the thermal paste, and checking to make sure you didnt do anything to create those high temps.
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post #24 of 66
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Originally Posted by qwertymac93 View Post
Buy some shin-etsu g751.
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put a dot of shin-etsu on the cpu.
Win.

You might not have to take the mobo out to do this, since the HAF 932 has a back-plate cutout behind the mobo. open the right side panel and see if the back-plate is visible. Those temps are indeed high considering that cooler is pretty big.
The back plate is not completely visible. Only part of it is. Yeah my cooler should be doing better than this. I knew it. That paste you mentioned.....i assume its really good?

Also, you say to just put a dot in the centre of the CPU. I have seen people do a croxx (X) shape....they say to do that if you have a multi-core processor? Is this right? Or would a dot be the best way?

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90C? Are you kidding me?

put it back to stock and then see what your temps are. 90C is real high. if you get around 80C at stock, Consider reapplying the thermal paste, and checking to make sure you didnt do anything to create those high temps.
I havent done anything i assure you lol. All i have done is put a new SSD in.

How do i go back to stock? Is it by resetting the CMOS? How do i get my OC back? I have taken pics of the AI tweaker in the BIOS. Do i just reapply those settings?

Thanks again guys. Im regretting buying this prebuilt now
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post #25 of 66
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The back plate is not completely visible. Only part of it is. Yeah my cooler should be doing better than this. I knew it. That paste you mentioned.....i assume its really good?

Also, you say to just put a dot in the centre of the CPU. I have seen people do a croxx (X) shape....they say to do that if you have a multi-core processor? Is this right? Or would a dot be the best way?
The line method is only good for multi-CHIP cpus(such as core2 quad). Your I7 is single chip, so a dot in the center of the processor will be the best way. The paste I mentioned is very good, just don't try to spread it with a card or something (that is NOT the right way to apply this paste).

To set back to stock, set FSB to 133. Though that isn't necessary because it treats the symptom(temps) not the cause(improper cooler installation). You may also have a miss-calibrated temp sensor, but that is impossible to know at this point so it's better to be safe and re-install the cooler properly.
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All mobo's are different, so I cant really say how you can go back to stock. My mobo has a feature where you can just press reset back to normal settings or something like that.

I assume you bought this rig already OC'd..That is one mistake you made. remember exactly what you see in your BIOS and redo that before putting it back to stock, or at least lowering the Ghz a bit. You dont have to return it back to stock.
For the part to return back to the OC, just reapply the setting's.
Edited by brobanmanx2 - 8/1/11 at 1:38pm
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The line method is only good for multi-CHIP cpus(such as core2 quad). Your I7 is single chip, so a dot in the center of the processor will be the best way. The paste i mentioned is very good, just don't try to spread it with a card or something (that is NOT the right way to apply this paste).
Exactly what this person said, on reapplying Thermal paste.
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post #28 of 66
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Originally Posted by qwertymac93 View Post
The line method is only good for multi-CHIP cpus(such as core2 quad). Your I7 is single chip, so a dot in the center of the processor will be the best way. The paste I mentioned is very good, just don't try to spread it with a card or something (that is NOT the right way to apply this paste).

To set back to stock, set FSB to 133. Though that isn't necessary because it treats the symptom(temps) not the cause(improper cooler installation). You may also have a miss-calibrated temp sensor, but that is impossible to know at this point so it's better to be safe and re-install the cooler properly.
Ok i have no idea what you mean by "set FSB to 133". Sorry

So are you saying to leave it as it is and then reinstall the cooler? Or is it recommended to go back to stock to reinstall it?

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Originally Posted by brobanmanx2 View Post
All mobo's are different, so I cant really say how you can go back to stock. My mobo has a feature where you can just press reset back to normal settings or something like that.

I assume you bought this rig already OC'd..That is one mistake you made. remember exactly what you see in your BIOS and redo that before putting it back to stock, or at least lowering the Ghz a bit. You dont have to return it back to stock.
For the part to return back to the OC, just reapply the setting's.
I think mine has a reset button actually. I did buy it already OC...so i dont know what the BIOS looked like before . I dont know what you mean by "remember exactly what you see in your BIOS and redo that before putting it back to stock, or at least lowering the Ghz a bit."

Man...i should've done it myself lol
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post #29 of 66
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I have found this video:


I will just do it all in reverse order.

Quick question:

Do you guys recommend going back to stock and then reinstalling the cooler or not?
Edited by 8564dan - 8/1/11 at 2:23pm
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post #30 of 66
don't go back to stock, it's a waste of time.

From what i could see in that video, that guy did everything correctly.
Edited by qwertymac93 - 8/1/11 at 2:28pm
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