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I think all rads do llol

I agree with this. I have my rx360 as intake in the top and used to have the h100 like that also. Tbh though i think the temp diff is minimal at best but the dust is far worse as intake in top as it is just settling on the rad. I have to remove the fans and clean every week, i fitted the h100 to the wife`s pc as exhaust in the top, far less dust
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I agree with this. I have my rx360 as intake in the top and used to have the h100 like that also. Tbh though i think the temp diff is minimal at best but the dust is far worse as intake in top as it is just settling on the rad. I have to remove the fans and clean every week, i fitted the h100 to the wife`s pc as exhaust in the top, far less dust

I must admit i get better temps as intake but i cant be bothered swapping them back to intake biggrin.gif maybe next week
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I found that the AIO type coolers works best when you have it as an intake rather than exhaust. Even if it's at the top of the case.

I think all rads do llol

I failed to exclude custom water coolers and experienced AIO users in my post. But it seems to me a lot of folks doing it for the first time will put their rads as exhaust. It is convenient to do that, but if you look in the Corsair and Antec owner threads, they're always seeing improvements in temps when they suggest the new folks to flip their fans around to intake rather than exhaust.
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Do socket temps drop as thermal paste settles? Or do both socket and core temps drop... Or does nothing drop lol?
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Do socket temps drop as thermal paste settles? Or do both socket and core temps drop... Or does nothing drop lol?

depends on the paste really.

some you need to cure and some that dont need no curing.

and yeah temps do drop over time with the ones that need curing
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Thanks for the quick response. I believe arctic silver 5 has some cure time right? My socket temps get pretty warm but core is fine in my stress testing.

So far I have http://valid.canardpc.com/2781695 stable. I feel like I can push it further so once I get time I will be messing around more with it. Got over 9k stock for the first time on 3dmark11 so I am pretty excited lol.

Edit: holy cow look at my cpu voltage... Just now realized that! 1337
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Thanks for the quick response. I believe arctic silver 5 has some cure time right? My socket temps get pretty warm but core is fine in my stress testing.

So far I have http://valid.canardpc.com/2781695 stable. I feel like I can push it further so once I get time I will be messing around more with it. Got over 9k stock for the first time on 3dmark11 so I am pretty excited lol.

Edit: holy cow look at my cpu voltage... Just now realized that! 1337

I use AS5 too and has a 200hour cure time if i remember right lol they say temps can go down 8-10c but its more like 6 if that smile.gif

still its pretty good stuff and the best ive tried so far and ive tried a few a close second would be mx4. wanna get some liquid ultra in near future lol bit pricey lol

OI ranger i got 1337 volts on each core according to hwinfo64 biggrin.gif im LEEET thumb.gif
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Thanks for the quick response. I believe arctic silver 5 has some cure time right? My socket temps get pretty warm but core is fine in my stress testing.

So far I have http://valid.canardpc.com/2781695 stable. I feel like I can push it further so once I get time I will be messing around more with it. Got over 9k stock for the first time on 3dmark11 so I am pretty excited lol.

Edit: holy cow look at my cpu voltage... Just now realized that! 1337


hmmm that voltage is a bit low, is that just validation or is that stressed stable tongue.gif
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Right now yeah its stable. Prime is all I have tested, will run IBT later today. Will likely have to raise it.

And yes the heck with you ranger, I'll have my moment.

And also that's not a load voltage.

Edit again: that voltage is wrong. CPUz is wrong that is, should show 1.428
Edited by bond32 - 4/24/13 at 12:03pm
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