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Okay, i guess you have the stock cooler? you can use that small fan as well, its a bit loud tho but you can try if that works.
it's on backside of socket smile.gif
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I guess I should've specified I need a fan smaller than a 120 likely under 100 mm as I don't have the space for a larger fan as the motherboard is mounted a little high in this case so no room unless I take out the rear exhaust and mount it on the back side... but still no guarantee it would fit

Try the Antec spot cool 80 , its also easy to mount.
http://www.antec.com/pdf/flyers/Spotcool80%20100_flyer_EN.pdf
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You can fit a 120 in in a way that works very well that you may not have considered. I will take a picture in like 20 mins.


Edited by SNiiPE_DoGG - 8/26/14 at 3:36pm
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You can fit a 120 in in a way that works very well that you may not have considered. I will take a picture in like 20 mins.


I have mine mounted in a similar way and I have a 80mm fan stuck to the backplate with double sided tape, took my socket temps down 15c under stress smile.gif
 
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Hello all,

I am new to this forum and I have searched about this problem as much as I can, but maybe you all can shed some light on my issue. This is my rig...

Cooler Master N600 Tower with 7 120 mm fans.
1 bottom, push
2 front, push
1 MB side, push, blowing toward the HD's. (No option for access panel fan to blow directly on MB.
2 top, pull, on radiator.
1 rear, pull

So 4 intake and 3 exhaust because I read somewhere that positive pressure is the way to go...

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Ok so here is my problem.

I hear that the max CPU Temp is 60c and the Max Socket Temp is 70c. I have my 8350 OC'd to 4.6 Ghz 75% LLC and 1.45 volts. No changes to NB or Bus Speed those are set to Auto. RAM Timings are Manual. Throttling, Turbo and all that good stuff is disabled. When I run Prime95 I get temps of 66 CPUTIN and every other program I have looked at, and 42c after 5 mins. At about 8 minutes it jumps up to 71-72c CPUTIN and 46c by the time it hits 10 minutes, usually after the first test passes. It is stable at this speed and with the temps that I have. Running AMD Overdrive and looking at the thermal margin, it fluctuates between 25 and 28c, which has a lot of room to spare. I understand that AMD OD is backwards when you read it BTW. Now I have read in some places that the CPU TIN is actually the VRM temperature and that I shouldn't worry if it exceeds 70c, but I am really confused because other places say that I am going fry my mobo or CPU. But it doesn't make sense if my CPU is sitting at 46 at full load, but the socket is reading 72c... Can I get some experts to chime in on my situation? Is this normal? Can I push it more? I have .5 volts to spare and can probably clock it to 4.7Ghz but I don't want to take the chance without expert advice...

Thanks for your help!!!

-floyd
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post #39156 of 67694
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You can fit a 120 in in a way that works very well that you may not have considered. I will take a picture in like 20 mins.


Dunno if it would help, but I'll comment. looks good. However, have you tried pulling the heat off the VRM? Insead of push. There is some backflow with a pull setup, so they would still be gettin air.
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Hello all,

I am new to this forum and I have searched about this problem as much as I can, but maybe you all can shed some light on my issue. This is my rig...

Cooler Master N600 Tower with 7 120 mm fans.
1 bottom, push
2 front, push
1 MB side, push, blowing toward the HD's. (No option for access panel fan to blow directly on MB.
2 top, pull, on radiator.
1 rear, pull

So 4 intake and 3 exhaust because I read somewhere that positive pressure is the way to go...

Asrock 990FX Extreme9
FX-8350 w/ H100i Cooler
8 Gigs 1866 Mhz 9-10-9-28-2T Gskill Sniper
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Ok so here is my problem.

I hear that the max CPU Temp is 60c and the Max Socket Temp is 70c. I have my 8350 OC'd to 4.6 Ghz 75% LLC and 1.45 volts. No changes to NB or Bus Speed those are set to Auto. RAM Timings are Manual. Throttling, Turbo and all that good stuff is disabled. When I run Prime95 I get temps of 66 CPUTIN and every other program I have looked at, and 42c after 5 mins. At about 8 minutes it jumps up to 71-72c CPUTIN and 46c by the time it hits 10 minutes, usually after the first test passes. It is stable at this speed and with the temps that I have. Running AMD Overdrive and looking at the thermal margin, it fluctuates between 25 and 28c, which has a lot of room to spare. I understand that AMD OD is backwards when you read it BTW. Now I have read in some places that the CPU TIN is actually the VRM temperature and that I shouldn't worry if it exceeds 70c, but I am really confused because other places say that I am going fry my mobo or CPU. But it doesn't make sense if my CPU is sitting at 46 at full load, but the socket is reading 72c... Can I get some experts to chime in on my situation? Is this normal? Can I push it more? I have .5 volts to spare and can probably clock it to 4.7Ghz but I don't want to take the chance without expert advice...

Thanks for your help!!!

-floyd
we were actually talking about something similar just now having fans on back of socket and vrms helps this quite a bit...if your socket temp is hitting 72 I wouldn't go further without one of these guys checking your settings...I have the 990 fx fatality which is a few steps below yours and doesn't have nearly the options and I have a similar issue with socket getting toasty and I have a fan feeding fresh air onto the back of my socket offset to the vrm side so it cools both a little
@snipe zip ties ftw... I'll post pictures of my setup and you'll see I have less space than you do smile.gif
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 8/26/14 at 6:05pm
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The problem I have is that there is no room to put any fans behind the socket without some case mods, however ... the zip tie idea looks promising... Since my rear fan is exhaust I could attach a fan pulling air off the vrm and point it toward the exhaust. That might help. The other option is to return it and Shelll out the bucks for the Gigabyte or Asus equivalent model. I also heard the MSI one is pretty sound as well. If my Socket temps keep up this high, then I am definitely going to switch boards. Temps of 69-71c on an overclock at 4.5 to 4.6 is ridiculous....But shoot, maybe that is the norm, I don't know. What I do know is the chip itself is running cool and I really think the Socket is heating it up because it idles at like 20c, but once the Socket reaches 69c then the thermal margin drops QUICK. So I usually only let it roll to 70 ... maybe ... 71 then stop the test.
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It has been shown countless of times mate.. Nothing cheeky here.

Strap a fan at your VRM Heatsink. They some relates to each other.

I have this to take care of the VRM. And also lowered my Socket Temps. No need for a fan at the back..

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we were actually talking about something similar just now having fans on back of socket and vrms helps this quite a bit...if your socket temp is hitting 72 I wouldn't go further without one of these guys checking your settings...I have the 990 fx fatality which is a few steps below yours and doesn't have nearly the options and I have a similar issue with socket getting toasty and I have a fan feeding fresh air onto the back of my socket offset to the vrm side so it cools both a little
@snipe zip ties ftw... I'll post pictures of my setup and you'll see I have less space than you do smile.gif

How much does it lower the temperature by?
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