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post #21 of 34
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Originally Posted by huzidada View Post

Hers some settings I used to get my 2600K with Noctua D14 stable at 4.5GHz
Ahh thankyou so much, now I have something to go by (more or less smile.gif). What kind of temperatures you getting?

I have reseated the H100 using some arctic cooling mx-4 grease I picked up today (lucky the store had it, they didn't have much of anything) applied an even generous but not over the top amount.
Stock clocks idle CPU package temp and cores are all ~46C (core 1 was about 5-10C cooler for some reason). Under load (Prime95 blend) temp seemed to steady out about ~70C package and about 66C cores 2,3,4 and core 1 was 61C. Ambient room temps was about 25~30C. All 4 fans on cooler were max speed. Is this till too hot?? Temps were taken using HWmonitor. To me these temperatures seem way to high for this level of cooling.

Pics of system info in bios at defaults settings.
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Edited by avoyk1 - 3/4/12 at 11:02pm
post #22 of 34
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Hmm ok well good news is I believe I have achieved a stable OC at 4.5GHz.
Bad news is I'm getting rotten temperatures all round. This is getting beyond a joke here. Would a faulty pump on the H100 cause this? Or is there any such thing as a CPU that runs significantly hotter than most? I'm pretty sure the temps were actually lower before I installed the H100, so I'm thinking it's the issue. Anyone know of problems similar where the cooler was at fault?

Here are the the stability tests I ran. Not ran for too long, about 20 minutes max, but everything seems okay atm. Thanks huzidada for those bios settings, I used most of them and all seems to be working for the time being. +Rep for usefullness smile.gif.

Intel burn test. Vcore 1.33v. Passed test.
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Intel burn test. Vcore 1.325v. Passed test.
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Prime 95 blend. Vcore 1.325v. BSOD 0X101

Prime 95 blend. Vcore 1.33v. Ran for 20 minutes and no problems. Will run for longer later on.
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Edited by avoyk1 - 3/5/12 at 2:10am
post #23 of 34
Your going to kill that chip if you keep doing these tests with it that high mate.
My H80 keeps my temps to sub 80c at 4.8ghz with 1.37v.

Can you even hear the pump on the H100? What speed are the fans on the rad running at? I note your recorded fan speeds are VERY low?
post #24 of 34
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Your going to kill that chip if you keep doing these tests with it that high mate.
My H80 keeps my temps to sub 80c at 4.8ghz with 1.37v.
Can you even hear the pump on the H100? What speed are the fans on the rad running at? I note your recorded fan speeds are VERY low?

I know it will die, I hate myself for torturing it like this... :'(
I can hear the pump, its not all that loud but I can hear it. Bios says it was running at 2243rpm in one of the pics I took. The other 2 fan speeds in that same pic are large case fans. The H100 is using 4 Scythe gentle typhoon fans (plugged into the pump) that have a max speed of 1850rpm in push/pull and there putting out ALLOT of air, but the air coming out doesn't feel hot and both in and out pipes from the pump feel very hot. I've been googling this problem and someone mentioned that over tightening the pump can cause higher temps, any truth to this? I wouldn't think it could make this much of a deference and I re installed it not 1 hour ago, but I'll re tighten it shortly anyways.
post #25 of 34
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I know it will die, I hate myself for torturing it like this... :'(
I can hear the pump, its not all that loud but I can hear it. Bios says it was running at 2243rpm in one of the pics I took. The other 2 fan speeds in that same pic are large case fans. The H100 is using 4 Scythe gentle typhoon fans (plugged into the pump) that have a max speed of 1850rpm in push/pull and there putting out ALLOT of air, but the air coming out doesn't feel hot and both in and out pipes from the pump feel very hot. I've been googling this problem and someone mentioned that over tightening the pump can cause higher temps, any truth to this? I wouldn't think it could make this much of a deference and I re installed it not 1 hour ago, but I'll re tighten it shortly anyways.

I say the pump is bad or its still not seated right or your fans are blowing into each other instead of working in the same direction. (i did this when i first installed my h70 as dumb as it sounds). Your idle temps should be in the mid to high 20's, low low 30s at WORST and load should be under 70c at 4.5.
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post #26 of 34
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I know it will die, I hate myself for torturing it like this... :'(
I can hear the pump, its not all that loud but I can hear it. Bios says it was running at 2243rpm in one of the pics I took. The other 2 fan speeds in that same pic are large case fans. The H100 is using 4 Scythe gentle typhoon fans (plugged into the pump) that have a max speed of 1850rpm in push/pull and there putting out ALLOT of air, but the air coming out doesn't feel hot and both in and out pipes from the pump feel very hot. I've been googling this problem and someone mentioned that over tightening the pump can cause higher temps, any truth to this? I wouldn't think it could make this much of a deference and I re installed it not 1 hour ago, but I'll re tighten it shortly anyways.

Sounds like a dead pump or airlock to me, the pipes should never get hot.
Take the pump and rad off and power them from a seperate PSU and see if moving the orientation around will kickstart this pump. Like any water pump, if the impellor is in air it simply wont work.

Failing that, fire it back mate as it really does sound faulty.
post #27 of 34
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I say the pump is bad or its still not seated right or your fans are blowing into each other instead of working in the same direction. (i did this when i first installed my h70 as dumb as it sounds). Your idle temps should be in the mid to high 20's, low low 30s at WORST and load should be under 70c at 4.5.

Certainly possible, but for reference, mine doenst even get that hot with the fans turned OFF. There is quite a lot of water to heat in there with convection.
post #28 of 34
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Okay very good feedback guys biggrin.gif. I've just wrestled with the seating a bit more and can't get the temps to change, still 40-50 idle. I don't have any spare working PSUs so I'll try and jump the cooler off of my bros PC if he lets me and try what Stu-Crossfire suggested. Wish me luck, hope I get it fixed thumb.gif.
post #29 of 34
Good luck mate.
post #30 of 34
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Ok I ended up jump starting my psu (brother wouldnt let me use his) and fumblerd with the pump. it now makes a range of noises. If i sit the pump the way it should sit in the pc, (upright against the cpu) it makes an odd grinding/rattling nolise. I heard this was normal for these pumps to do. Also if i left it up so the copper faces the ceiling, the grinding noise stops and it soundsw smooth. But i think thats what it sounded like before... hoiw do i find out whuch way is working?

*EDIT* Cant get it to make any other sounbd other than the grinding one when its installed. its a diff sound then before \so hopefullky it will do something when I pujt it all back together.

*EDIT 2* Nope same temps nothing changed frown.gif
Anything else I can do or should I just RMA it?
Edited by avoyk1 - 3/5/12 at 4:20am
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