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post #21 of 27
Isn't it sort of a crapshoot if your h60 is loud as hell
post #22 of 27
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Here is a screenshot from my pc I'm not sure if the temperature sensor is faulty or not tongue.gif
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yeah, Im thinking its faulty. you are showing identical temps on all cores down to the 10th of a degree. there should be some disparity between cores depending on load, positioning of the core on the die, and stuff. also, mounting of your HSF and the thickness of the thermal transfer compounds (down to the fraction of a MM) can make one particular core a little higher/lower than others. usually its only a couple degrees difference between cores overall, but definitely a difference.

my core temps are 36, 42, 38, 42 right now. when i installed this h60 the other day, i didnt lap it or anything, i also didnt replace the corsair TIM with AS5. I imagine i will eventually though.
post #23 of 27
I have an H80 (basically H60 with thicker rad). I love it. For being an all-in-one it's pretty sweet. I have a 965 OC'd to 4.0 GHz and my idle temps are usually like 29 or 30. Under load it never gets over 45
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i have an H60 with an Ultra Kaze fan on it. keeps my cpu below 80c. at 1.33v 4.8ghz. 3570k

once i scrounge up the cash im going to take the IHS off of my 3570k, and replace the paste with Liquid pro thermal paste. (proven to lower temps by 20c)
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i have an H60 with an Ultra Kaze fan on it. keeps my cpu below 80c. at 1.33v 4.8ghz. 3570k
once i scrounge up the cash im going to take the IHS off of my 3570k, and replace the paste with Liquid pro thermal paste. (proven to lower temps by 20c)

Unfortunately AMD Max temps are lower then Intel, I think max for a FX6 is 70c so I would most likely have to go with a H70 and grab two nice fans as a H80 is the same just with fans to reach same base clocks possibly even a H100, and at that point I think a custom loop would be in order. Liquid Pro is epic but maybe give Liquid Ultra a try, I cant find it for cheap here but I stock up on alot when I go to Germany its like 8 euros a tube. Using it I got this sucker to 4.1Ghz stable on stock cooler without brushing past 58C on load on 4hrs of prime95. Might of been luck with CPU too.


Concerning the noise levels too, I would assume the Noctua is more quiet after reading reviews... which would be much better considering I have to do voice recording and the rig is 2~ feet from the Microphone.
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post #26 of 27
Any idea how I could get some accurate temperature readings then?
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post #27 of 27
campingturtle, probably not the best but a thermal gun might do, just point at the base of the heatsink and it should give you a reasonable approximate
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