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post #11 of 17
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If it's running at 3900rpm then it sounds like a defective cooler, Corsair is very easy to deal with on RMA's. I would get in contact with them soon.

Thanks for your help Bucshman, I will check all RPM's on the pump and try the stock cooler at lunch, and I will let you guys know exactly what I find.

I would say the H60 is about 6-7 months old, so I am sure Corsair will be more than helpful.
post #12 of 17
He said this is not a new H60, he was using it on his 920.

I'd say check vcore in the BIOS/CPUZ and see what it's at. I know on my board default vcore was much higher than it needed to be.
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post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by xBlitzerx View Post

He said this is not a new H60, he was using it on his 920.
I'd say check vcore in the BIOS/CPUZ and see what it's at. I know on my board default vcore was much higher than it needed to be.

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Originally Posted by FuriousReload View Post

No mashed fins on the radiator, the H60 is not new, but it was cooling my 920 @ 4 GHz just fine, I am willing to buy a new cooler, I have been planning on getting back into custom water cooling loops, I just believe it should not be running this hot at stock clocks with any kind of cooling. I checked my Vcore a few times, it was at 1.019V every time.
post #14 of 17
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So I went home at lunch, and turned the machine on, checked through the BIOS made sure everything was at stock settings, at this time the temps were about 40c, the coolest I have seen them. I also checked the pump's speed and it was about 4600-4650 RPM at all times (watched it for about 3-4 minutes) and the H60 fan was at 1800 RPM. I went into windows and opened up real temp and Intel Burn Test, set IBT to Very High and within 5-7 seconds, the temps were between 102-105c. I did not have time to pull the H60 off and install the OEM Fan, but I did however order a twin pack of the Corsair SP120 High Performance fans to put in a push/pull configuration, but I should not have to go to such extreme measures on stock voltages and speeds, correct?
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So I went home at lunch, and turned the machine on, checked through the BIOS made sure everything was at stock settings, at this time the temps were about 40c, the coolest I have seen them. I also checked the pump's speed and it was about 4600-4650 RPM at all times (watched it for about 3-4 minutes) and the H60 fan was at 1800 RPM. I went into windows and opened up real temp and Intel Burn Test, set IBT to Very High and within 5-7 seconds, the temps were between 102-105c. I did not have time to pull the H60 off and install the OEM Fan, but I did however order a twin pack of the Corsair SP120 High Performance fans to put in a push/pull configuration, but I should not have to go to such extreme measures on stock voltages and speeds, correct?

This assumption is correct. thumb.gif
post #16 of 17
It really sounds like you have a problem with the mounting. Try the stock fan and make sure the pins are all completely in and locked. If you still having issues with the stock cooler, it is probably time to RMA.
post #17 of 17
If you have the space, you might just want to simply get a new cooler all together. The H60 isn't going to be good for any type of overclocking on ivybridge, and it certainly seems like there is a fairly large issue with the unit itself. I would go ahead and get a Notua Nh-D14 or a phanteks cooler and then sell your H60 when it comes back from RMA.

If you really don't have the time or money for that, then I would download a seperate tempature monitoring program. Sometimes programs just completely mess up and measure the temps inaccurately.

Also, avoid using intel burn test on IB chips. They seem to stress the chips more that OCCT or prime 95 for some reason, and anything that produces more heat than prime 95 running small FFTs is just plain useless IMHO.
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