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Yep i agree with the guys earlier.

did you mount the fans in push or pull? I guess Fears is right about the bad mounting, AIO Corsair coolers are a bit of a hassle to mount properly.

When you did a remount, did you clean the CPU and heat sink with alcohol before apply new TIM? You also need to tighten the screws firmly in order for the cooler to make good contact with the CPU.

In the beginning i had some trouble too with the cooler but after a few times its becoming easy to mount it properly. You only need to apply a small pea sized dot of TIM in the middle and let the heat sink do the spreading if you are using thin easily spreading TIM.

What TIM are you using btw?

Hi
Thanks for your reply, I am using Arctic MX-4 and used the Arctic Cleaning kit before I re-applied the TIM.
MY fans are in pull configuration as my case does not allow mounting underneath the the Rad (Top of Motherboard
too close to the Rad)
I have 2x120mm intake fans in front of case,2 x 140mm intake on side, 1 x 120mm Fan blowing on the back of MB VRM/CPU
and 1 x 120mm rear Exhaust.
I also have a Corsair H60i on my 6300 rig so I was aware of the need to have the block making proper contact.
If you look at my second post regarding this you will see that the temps are far better. I t would appear that the
TIM was not doing its job (Stock that came with the H100i).

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Hi
Thanks for your reply, I am using Arctic MX-4 and used the Arctic Cleaning kit before I re-applied the TIM.
MY fans are in pull configuration as my case does not allow mounting underneath the the Rad (Top of Motherboard
too close to the Rad)
I have 2x120mm intake fans in front of case,2 x 140mm intake on side, 1 x 120mm Fan blowing on the back of MB VRM/CPU
and 1 x 120mm rear Exhaust.
I also have a Corsair H60i on my 6300 rig so I was aware of the need to have the block making proper contact.
If you look at my second post regarding this you will see that the temps are far better. I t would appear that the
TIM was not doing its job (Stock that came with the H100i).

Oldbarzo

I use the same TIM and i am very happy with it because it is non conductive and non curing, that means that IF you spill small amount on the motherboard you don't have to worry about shorts and you don't need to let the TIM cure for couple of hours in order for the TIM to work properly.

If you want better temps i would highly recommend to turn the fans around in order to have them sucking cold air in the case and pushing the fresh air though the rad because its an very dense radiator and pull simply will not do on this kind of rad.

I have mine in push config so that the hot air can be exhausted out of my case and have the rear exhaust fan turned around so it can pull fresh air inside my case so the air that is pushed though the rad is nice and cool and it saves me a couple of degrees. I also have the exhaust and front 200mm fan connected to my fan controller so at idle i have them set to half the speed and the Corsair fans in quiet mode and in that order my system is inaudible and when i game i set the fans to balanced or performance mode and the other fans on my fan controller set to max because i use head phone when i game so i can't hear them over the game audio.
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So in this example:
http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/3191936/fs/3214276


We can see that my thuban @ 4GHz REALLY IS competing directly with the 4690k at 4GHz????
Beating it in physics by a long shot, and competing head to head in combined performance......


I mean, I'll take that comparison anyday, but seems unreal to me... I can't see this favoring intel at all, I'm more shocked by AMD than anything... I know I have 6 cores, but it's a much OLDER and much SLOWER architecture...

Thoughts?

imo that 4690 doesnt know what they are doing, here is a bone stock run of my 4790k

when i say stock, stock everything inc cooler

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/2906907

you will notice the 11k phys
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Ya but, I paid almost $250 for my 8350 2 years ago and they tried the $500 9590 don't forget. They tried but no one wanted to pay double for a prettied up version of the 8350.

Wow, I had no idea they tried to sell the 9590 for that much!!!!
That's laughable....

$1000 actually, but at the time it was an OEM chip, AMD had zero intention of selling to the public. Newegg and others disagreed.

When it did come to the public officially it quickly dropped to the price we have today. A little higher actually, but it came with an H80 so fair's fair.
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Ya but, I paid almost $250 for my 8350 2 years ago and they tried the $500 9590 don't forget. They tried but no one wanted to pay double for a prettied up version of the 8350.

Wow, I had no idea they tried to sell the 9590 for that much!!!!
That's laughable....

$1000 actually, but at the time it was an OEM chip, AMD had zero intention of selling to the public. Newegg and others disagreed.

When it did come to the public officially it quickly dropped to the price we have today. A little higher actually, but it came with an H80 so fair's fair.


This is a better deal http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113285&ignorebbr=1
Hard to beat the value that a $120 FX-8320 can give thumb.gif
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Ya but, I paid almost $250 for my 8350 2 years ago and they tried the $500 9590 don't forget. They tried but no one wanted to pay double for a prettied up version of the 8350.

Wow, I had no idea they tried to sell the 9590 for that much!!!!
That's laughable....

$1000 actually, but at the time it was an OEM chip, AMD had zero intention of selling to the public. Newegg and others disagreed.

When it did come to the public officially it quickly dropped to the price we have today. A little higher actually, but it came with an H80 so fair's fair.


This is a better deal http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113285&ignorebbr=1
Hard to beat the value that a $120 FX-8320 can give thumb.gif

$130 for a FX-8350

Guess we are gonna be seeing alot of things huh? biggrin.gif
 
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Don't forget that it came in that nice little red can with the hole in side, lol.rolleyes.gif I wonder how much the can is worth ?
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$130 for a FX-8350

Guess we are gonna be seeing alot of things huh? biggrin.gif
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Ya but, I paid almost $250 for my 8350 2 years ago and they tried the $500 9590 don't forget. They tried but no one wanted to pay double for a prettied up version of the 8350.

Wow, I had no idea they tried to sell the 9590 for that much!!!!
That's laughable....

$1000 actually, but at the time it was an OEM chip, AMD had zero intention of selling to the public. Newegg and others disagreed.

When it did come to the public officially it quickly dropped to the price we have today. A little higher actually, but it came with an H80 so fair's fair.


This is a better deal http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113285&ignorebbr=1
Hard to beat the value that a $120 FX-8320 can give thumb.gif

$130 for a FX-8350

Guess we are gonna be seeing alot of things huh? biggrin.gif

$169 for the 8370 smile.gif
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I agree with most of that, except for the age old point, that AMD CPU's aren't priced in the enthusiast realm anyways.... At $150, the 8350 is awesome. It's the fact that they don't offer a $300 chip that competes is the problem, I guess redface.gif
I love my amd 8350 but when I see microcenter which is near me selling a i7 47** k for. 248 and if you add a motherboard you get the 50 dollars off the price is only a difference of less than a hundred for an added. 10-30 fps for bf4 which is mainly what I do
    
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Okay so today i decided to run ibt on very high again just to see where i stood since ambients dropped a bit... and suprise now im suddenly unstable with lower temps and same settings/ voltages....guess i get to play around with things again


why would i have to bump vcore twice in six months when temperatures are lower and nothing has changed? Gonna post some bios screenies too Bios Settings (Click to show)









Could this be overshoot making it fail... i thought i had llc set to high before... hrmm just noticed its over shooting to .488 from the .475 i have set.... a few months ago i ran ibt probably 13 or 14 times in a row and passed without hiccup
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