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Alright gents, I just upgraded my fans on the h100 and will try for another shot at OCing...last time I was able to get 4.5ghz stable @ 1.22v but wasn't using any offsets,etc...lets see what we can do this time thumb.gif

And wat were you getting before that? (air cooler if also applicable)
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And wat were you getting before that? (air cooler if also applicable)



Just re-ran with my old OC profile.

Running the H100 with the cougar vertex fans in Push-pull config in an Antec1200.

Before that was 4.4ghz @ 1.17v

p.s. I didn't like the temps reaching 80C @ 1.224v

I might re-apply some different TIM and see what the results are. I am using the Formula 7 Nano Diamond thermal Compound - impossible to apply!
Edited by darkphantom - 3/19/13 at 10:33pm
 
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I think i covered all the criteria. Hopefully it's correct thumb.gif

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Are those temps good for a 3570k?
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Are those temps good for a 3570k?

Not in particular. Either i got a particularly bad chip, or this motherboard sucks. I'm leaning towards a little bit of both, but in particular the motherboard. I can't get my GPU's overclocked really at all either =\ idk what happened overnight though that the temps got to 85 etc, because i almost never see over 75 during stress tests.
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Guys!
I was hard bent on securing a H80i a few days ago until I went on those research sprees of mine, where I dig up potential flaws that I might face if I went ahead with the purchase and am now very very reluctant to get one. It seems lately Cosair has experienced some kind of management change that has somewhat compromised quality control of their products.

I say this because when I set out to buy my i5 3570k setup, I had my eyes on the Cosair TX650V2, only to do a little research on potential flaws that I may run into and as of the time I would have gotten it, many were complaining about the fan failing to spin and only kicking in at a droning rpm when it registers about 50C temps meaning it would accumulate heat spots around it or have rising heatwaves within the case which is bad for an Air cpu cooler in the vicinity assuming it is mounted at the bottom of the case and considering my casing that wouldn't auger well with conventional air current case cooling since there's not a single fan in my case.

So I settled for a Seasonic build, and I couldn't be happier with my decision. Now back to the H80i, I see recent comments about it stripping its threads/screws when mounting the radiator fans too easily, washers coming in short in number, the glowing cosair logo dying out within the first days/weeks of usage, and the connector for the pump controller getting weak and loose, hardware to software usb interface gobbling up 2 usb headers meaning you don't have front usb ports after installation, noisy fans at balance to performance settings, buggy software, no manual fan control except by software (third-party software attempts included) and fears of leakage over a long period of time as in some cases with the H80. I here the H50 was a solid build though.

I know some have this H80i here and are really happy with theirs but when I make assessments I usually put a mark of at least 87% good customer experiences so that I may not get a bad batch. With a $100 item registering too many infractions like some cheezy product even when it looks like it was set to be something superb, it feels rushed to me and I feel that it's too much of a gamble with my money than to consider a rival item like Noctua NH-D14, which is now where my heart is. However I would like to know will it fit in the gigabyte GZ-X6 or X7 cases? These are locally available within my reach. I ask because I might be forced to acquire these cases as I have assessed room for this behemoth of a HS and can't see how it will fit in my present casing without squishing a component or two. So will it fit in either of those gigabyte casings?
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Guys!
I was hard bent on securing a H80i a few days ago until I went on those research sprees of mine, where I dig up potential flaws that I might face if I went ahead with the purchase and am now very very reluctant to get one. It seems lately Cosair has experienced some kind of management change that has somewhat compromised quality control of their products.

I say this because when I set out to buy my i5 3570k setup, I had my eyes on the Cosair TX650V2, only to do a little research on potential flaws that I may run into and as of the time I would have gotten it, many were complaining about the fan failing to spin and only kicking in at a droning rpm when it registers about 50C temps meaning it would accumulate heat spots around it or have rising heatwaves within the case which is bad for an Air cpu cooler in the vicinity assuming it is mounted at the bottom of the case and considering my casing that wouldn't auger well with conventional air current case cooling since there's not a single fan in my case.

So I settled for a Seasonic build, and I couldn't be happier with my decision. Now back to the H80i, I see recent comments about it stripping its threads/screws when mounting the radiator fans too easily, washers coming in short in number, the glowing cosair logo dying out within the first days/weeks of usage, and the connector for the pump controller getting weak and loose, hardware to software usb interface gobbling up 2 usb headers meaning you don't have front usb ports after installation, noisy fans at balance to performance settings, buggy software, no manual fan control except by software (third-party software attempts included) and fears of leakage over a long period of time as in some cases with the H80. I here the H50 was a solid build though.

I know some have this H80i here and are really happy with theirs but when I make assessments I usually put a mark of at least 87% good customer experiences so that I may not get a bad batch. With a $100 item registering too many infractions like some cheezy product even when it looks like it was set to be something superb, it feels rushed to me and I feel that it's too much of a gamble with my money than to consider a rival item like Noctua NH-D14, which is now where my heart is. However I would like to know will it fit in the gigabyte GZ-X6 or X7 cases? These are locally available within my reach. I ask because I might be forced to acquire these cases as I have assessed room for this behemoth of a HS and can't see how it will fit in my present casing without squishing a component or two. So will it fit in either of those gigabyte casings?
This thread is not the optimal place to ask your questions.
I can say that the H100i I had was not too bad, but the LED did go out and I wasn't crazy about the fans so I replaced them but that is the case for a lot of coolers.
Here is the place to ask about the H80i:
http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club

Never had a NH-D14 but have heard good things in gernal about it. Here is the place to ask about compatibility:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1183203/noctua-nh-d14-compatibility-list
and in general:
http://www.overclock.net/t/628569/official-noctua-nh-d14-club

If you want to end up cooling your gpu and cpu, then I definitely recommend getting the new Swiftech H220.
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If you put same fans on both, the NH-D14 will easily outperform the H80, the closed loop coolers are just crap and made to steal money from customers who believe they get a real watercooler.

AND they are louder aswell than air coolers if you want any real cooling out of them.

So save your money from the closed loop stuff and get something proper.
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Thanx justanoldman
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If you put same fans on both, the NH-D14 will easily outperform the H80, the closed loop coolers are just crap and made to steal money from customers who believe they get a real watercooler.

AND they are louder aswell than air coolers if you want any real cooling out of them.

So save your money from the closed loop stuff and get something proper.

Yeah, The NH-D14 isn't guilty of leaking coolant or squeal at very high frequency at low rpm but guilty of squishing the temps and a few other components in the casing.

its $30 cheaper!
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what would you say are the max 24/7 normal operating temps? (ie gaming, working, video editing).

what temps do you aim for not going over?

(im not talking about prime or linx temps)
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