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The "crap" that comes with the h60 is by far one of the best TIMs... anyways back on topic.

did you plug in the pump to the 3 pin cpu fan header? have you checked if it gives a reading that it's running? the pump is supposed to run at around 1400rpm you might want to check that out. Also might want to get the screws tighter it might not be making the best contact with the cpu. hope the suggestions help.
I plugged the pump into 3 diffrent fan headers all of them worked with a case fan and I tightened the block screws as tight as I dare without snapping a mounting block or worse the mother board.
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I plugged the pump into 3 diffrent fan headers all of them worked with a case fan and I tightened the block screws as tight as I dare without snapping a mounting block or worse the mother board.
What are you using to monitor temps? I did not see. Are you using coretemp or HWMonitor or...?

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What are you using to monitor temps? I did not see. Are you using coretemp or HWMonitor or...?

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Contacted Corsair today and was told that at 65C "Your temps are still good" I did a RMA through newegg and bought a Noctua NH-D14.
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that crap on h60 is actually one of the best TIM on the market ,"Shin-etsu".
To me it just sounds like your pump was not running at full 100% which should spin around 4200rpm for h60s, or you did not do a great job with TIM application..
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The "crap" that comes with the h60 is by far one of the best TIMs... anyways back on topic.

did you plug in the pump to the 3 pin cpu fan header? have you checked if it gives a reading that it's running? the pump is supposed to run at around 1400rpm you might want to check that out. Also might want to get the screws tighter it might not be making the best contact with the cpu. hope the suggestions help.
yeah, OPs first mistake was removing the stock TIM. Its good stuff, no need to replace it. I imagine he set it up right or his idle temps would be worse. I would recommend turning the H60 into intake instead of using the heated air inside the case. Second I would confirm the pump was at 100% when stress testing. See if you load temps go down and by how much. 65º at the core it too high, at the socket it would be ok. If you do have to RMA, I would make sure the tech is clear on that distinction.

edit: moot point now, I am sure the Noctua will do a great job.
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I applied a generous amount of artic silver thermal paste...
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I used Arctic Silver Ceramique and I didn't skimp by any means.
That's your problem, you are putting too much. Apply a pea size amount in the center of the CPU and spread it in one direction with a credit card at a angle, very slowly while applying slight, but even pressure to avoid air bubbles - think of applying a vinyl sticker to a windshield (ok not exactly the same, but you take your time). Try not to "scrape" the TIM. Keep in mind spreading can lead to bubbles or pockets if not done evenly.

When installing the heatsink with this method do not twist the heatsink. Come straight down and then tighten it down in a criss cross pattern, one little turn on each screw. Yes the heatsink will spread the TIM a little, but that's why you only used a pea size amount. Thinner is better, despite what you might think. Its a thermal interface not a thermal barrier, lol. Look up Interfacial thermal resistance if you question this.
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yeah, OPs first mistake was removing the stock TIM. Its good stuff, no need to replace it. I imagine he set it up right or his idle temps would be worse. I would recommend turning the H60 into intake instead of using the heated air inside the case. Second I would confirm the pump was at 100% when stress testing. See if you load temps go down and by how much. 65º at the core it too high, at the socket it would be ok. If you do have to RMA, I would make sure the tech is clear on that distinction.

edit: moot point now, I am sure the Noctua will do a great job.
It was setup as intake and that did help temps a bit but the listed temps are as an intake setup with the scythe fans. The pump was also running at 100% not sure of RPM's but power to the pump was 100%.
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I applied a generous amount of artic silver thermal paste (and made sure to clean the crap that comes on the H60 cooler off) to make sure that I woulden't have problems there. I still can't belive that idle temps are running 10C above room temp my old 550 x2 would only be 3-4C above using the crappy stock cooler and that was over clocked to 3.8.
ok try this wipe the ...................... generous amount of artic silver thermal paste .................. OFF to much past will act as a insulator put a thin film on it ur temps should come down
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