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Excellent, what is your CPU temps now?

I'm playing mw3 and its showing 47-51C depending on the core
    
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I'm playing mw3 and its showing 47-51C depending on the core

Not bad. Pls see my previous post about your rad fans.

Also, you GPU temps. Are your fans on auto or is it set at 49% all the time?
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Excellent, what is your CPU temps now?
What are your rad fans hooked up too? I note chassis1 = 952 rpm and chassis2 = 1217 rpm.
If thats the rad fans, they are way to slow too.

Hooked up to motherboard fan controller I believe..

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Not bad. Pls see my previous post about your rad fans.
Also, you GPU temps. Are your fans on auto or is it set at 49% all the time?

It is auto but I set a fan curve, its at 38% at 53C now.. Should I manually set it to like 55% or something?
    
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Hooked up to motherboard fan controller I believe..
It is auto but I set a fan curve, its at 38% at 53C now.. Should I manually set it to like 55% or something?

Yeah, too slow, they arent cooling the rad effectively. What enermax model are they?

Auto is fine. Custom profile is better.. which you have thumb.gif
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With the pump, no. I'd suggest not using your PC until you can get it plugged into the power supply. You should be able to get one of those adapters cheap somewhere nearby.
I have a bunch of 3pin to 4 pin molex adapters, but not 4 to 4. Can I get such a thing at frys?
just go into the bios and set all fan headers on the mobo to 100%. worked for me and I own the h60 too. my idle on my i5 2500k is around 28c. when my pump was set to auto before I had same temps as you.
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just go into the bios and set all fan headers on the mobo to 100%. worked for me and I own the h60 too. my idle on my i5 2500k is around 28c. when my pump was set to auto before I had same temps as you.

I only saw a manual setting in Chassis Q fan control, and it was set a percentage when a certain temp is reached, why is this asus motherboard so confusing to manual fan controls?
    
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post #27 of 30
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Idle:
337


Load:
336


I have 7 fans connected. The two in the front of my 400r is connected to a 4 pin molex, one corsair and one enermax are connected to the motherboard, and the other 3 are connected to my fan controller. I'm thinking of connecting the front two fans to my fan controller as well. How do these temps look?
    
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post #28 of 30
Much better mate. I think your one the right track there.
post #29 of 30
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Much better mate. I think your one the right track there.

I checked the H60's backplate and it was secure. I remounted the radiator and used canned air to blow off the dust, i only have one fan connected to it and its a enermax exausting.
    
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post #30 of 30
have the same problem with exactly the same board, processor, and h60. mine is 1.36V 4.5Ghz IDLE: 42C Prime95: 75C.
Previously, I used hyper 212+ 1.38V 4.6Ghz IDLE: 42C Load: 72C

I'm suspecting something is wrong with my noisy h60 and the asus board.

ALso, I have 2 scythe fans for push pull setup exhausting to the back.
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