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post #1 of 17
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I've been using a cooler master 212+ for quite some time now with a 1090T and it's been okay for the most part but I was wondering if I went ahead and upgraded to a corsair h80, would that drop the temp significally? I idle at around 20c and under load it goes up to 42c. Would the h80 make a big difference in temp compared to the hyper 212+ ?
post #2 of 17
depends on what your 1090T runs at and a H80 may drop temps at load by 2 to 3 degres
post #3 of 17
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I'm currently running the 1090T at 3.8ghz and I use it for 3d rendering, nothing else. The reason why I want to do this is because a lot of heat comes out from the case when 3d rendering is going on and it's very annoying.
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I'm currently running the 1090T at 3.8ghz and I use it for 3d rendering, nothing else. The reason why I want to do this is because a lot of heat comes out from the case when 3d rendering is going on and it's very annoying.

Upgrading the cooler and lowering the cpu temp is not going to do anything but make more heat from the computer go out into the room since you are dispersing it better.
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I'm using an antec 300 with all 5 fans which should be enough, right? So what should I do then?
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I'm using an antec 300 with all 5 fans which should be enough, right? So what should I do then?

There is not much you can do, at that clock and volts your cpu will always put out the same amount of heat at max load. You can ether upgrade the cooler and bring more of that heat away from the chip and into the room or you can decrease the speed of the fans let the computer hold more of the heat and keep it out of the room. Or you can cool down the room separately with ac or something like it. Some people open their windows if it is cooler outside.
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post #7 of 17
If you want less heat, use lower voltage and possibly reduce clocks. Temperature of the CPU isn't the same as heat output to your room.
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post #8 of 17
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If you want less heat, use lower voltage and possibly reduce clocks. Temperature of the CPU isn't the same as heat output to your room.

I'm using around 1.35 vcore for 3.8ghz which isn't that high but I understand what you and that other guy are saying. Thanks guys!
post #9 of 17
a better cooling will not get rid of the amount of heat comming out of your case beter cooling handle the heat genarated by operating at higer sppeds if you want less heat comming out of the case lower your speed or beter know as THP so a 65 watt cup genarates less heat then a 125 watt cpu your cpu isent the only thing making heat the ram dose as well as your gpu as well as the mother board so in the end speed = heat
post #10 of 17
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I just thought that using a watercooling setup would stop creating a lot of heat and pushing it out of the case since there are no fans.
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