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Bought the H100I blind on the day it was released from Corsair (no reviews)
Setup in a push/pull configuration with highflow Cougar fans
Setup in a HAF 942 case with custom fans
My max stress load never breaks out of the 50.0c range
Trust me I tried with several stress tests

Can you post pictures of the inside of your case...


Also you know you're posting approx. 8-10c better loaded temps than the tester at NCIX.
Edited by theJaybo - 1/6/13 at 5:10pm
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Technically the cpu does break 50.0c during 1 test using the Intel burn in test @ 5.0Ghz

Just wanted to be honest and was thinking of my 24/7 speed of 4.6 where my voltage is lower
Took screenshot 1 second after test was done
Sorry for the confusion
Edited by roberta507 - 1/6/13 at 6:03pm
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Technically the cpu does break 50.0c during 1 test using the Intel burn in test @ 5.0Ghz

Just wanted to be honest and was thinking of my 24/7 speed of 4.6 where my voltage is lower
Took screenshot 1 second after test was done
Sorry for the confusion


OK, at 5ghz, with 5ghz fsb, your average loaded cpu temp is 80c @ 1.5vcore... Ok I feel better smile.gif

And thats after running IBT on 10 passes.
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Technically the cpu does break 50.0c during 1 test using the Intel burn in test @ 5.0Ghz
Just wanted to be honest and was thinking of my 24/7 speed of 4.6 where my voltage is lower
Took screenshot 1 second after test was done
Sorry for the confusion

I was just about to say that you ran the test on standard and not high which would be the reason for 50c but you're hitting 83c on standard. Not sure where you were getting 50c.

If you ran on high you'd probably go above 90c.
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Yeah man that is a sweet deal as long as it works wink.gif

lets hope....it does have a return policy though....it is from an ebay gaming store....guy says ordered for a machine and never built it
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I was just about to say that you ran the test on standard and not high which would be the reason for 50c but you're hitting 83c on standard. Not sure where you were getting 50c.
If you ran on high you'd probably go above 90c.

I didnt even notice that! over 1.5v core, he should be 80+c on maximum IBT for sure.


I just ran the standard test @ 4.3ghz, Avg core temp was 68.25c. I feel better now tongue.gif LOL
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Just locked up after 30 seconds of prime, all auto settings stock 3.6ghz speed, XMP @ 1600mhz.

No bsod.

edit: just happened again, except this time the pc speaker (in the case) started playing this funky music and the LCD readout on the motherboard flashed status code 02. which means either AP initialization before microcode loading or System is entering S2 sleep mode..

What the F?

HomeCinema, u seen this before ?



This is with the system locked, was running prime for 5 minutes.


According to the Windows Event Viewer,



im ready to kill something


edit: wait a second... has to do eith UMB, usbstor something or other. I did have my phone plugged in and accessing the android file system, that's where i got the video for youtube above.. somethings not playing nicely.
Edited by theJaybo - 1/6/13 at 8:32pm
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Just locked up after 30 seconds of prime, all auto settings stock 3.6ghz speed, XMP @ 1600mhz.
No bsod.
edit: just happened again, except this time the pc speaker (in the case) started playing this funky music and the LCD readout on the motherboard flashed status code 02. which means either AP initialization before microcode loading or System is entering S2 sleep mode..
What the F?
HomeCinema, u seen this before ?

This is with the system locked, was running prime for 5 minutes.
According to the Windows Event Viewer,

im ready to kill something
edit: wait a second... has to do eith UMB, usbstor something or other. I did have my phone plugged in and accessing the android file system, that's where i got the video for youtube above.. somethings not playing nicely.

thats your psu
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thats your psu

I fully traced the Event Viewer information to my aftermarket card reader/front usb3.0 (that uses a usb 2.0 header off the motherboard for the card reader).

Specifically the compact flash one. Ive never used CF on that unit, and none of them were in use when the crash happened.

Drive L: has the same Device instance path....

Data Name="DriverName">WpdBusEnumRoot\UMB\2&37c186b&0&STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_GENERIC-&PROD_COMPACT_FLASH&REV_1.00#20060413092100000&0#


Just diabled it, ill never use it.
Edited by theJaybo - 1/6/13 at 9:08pm
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I fully traced the Event Viewer information to my aftermarket card reader/front usb3.0 (that uses a usb 2.0 jump off the motherboard for the card reader).
Specifically the compact flash one. Ive never used CF on that unit, and none of them were in use when the crash happened.
Drive L: has the same Device instance path....
Data Name="DriverName">WpdBusEnumRoot\UMB\2&37c186b&0&STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_GENERIC-&PROD_COMPACT_FLASH&REV_1.00#20060413092100000&0#
Just diabled it, ill never use it.

this is on the formula motherboard right?....i really dont see how the usb ready could be the cause of the problem but it could be....i would hate to think that board was bad as well....with no blue screen i would also say that it would be PSU related....but if that reader shorted or something it could explain it...
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