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No like i said in my op i modded my case to accept a fan back there. Mine is also setup as an intake. Does it have to do with the fact i have such a big fan? Would i be better of with a 140? 120?

Actually, you'd probably have better results with a much smaller fan. I used a 50mm fan behind my socket and it decreased temps by about 8c. Here is the link the fan I use.

http://www.microcenter.com/product/348033/50mm_Thin_Case_Fan_EC5015M12CA
post #51122 of 67911
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You do know that if you raise the CPU/NB you need to add volts to the NB and CPU/NB?

I say this because you aren't stable and i see higher CPU/NB and HT link frequencies.

Yes but I don't know how high I should go. The highest on NB/Core that I have gone is 1.3V. On NB voltage if I'm not mistaken I've been to 1.150V. I know more voltage brings in more heat so have been trying to keep it down a bit.
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Actually, you'd probably have better results with a much smaller fan. I used a 50mm fan behind my socket and it decreased temps by about 8c. Here is the link the fan I use.

http://www.microcenter.com/product/348033/50mm_Thin_Case_Fan_EC5015M12CA
I've been using the same cougar 120 at 1200 rpms it gives me 15 to 20c difference depending on ambient with water cooling...on air it helped 8 to 10 so pretty big difference...it's offset as well with center between the backplate of vrms and edge of stock sabertooth backplate...blowing towards the board...I also have a cougar 120 on vrms up front both blowing towards the board...

I would agree here...bigger isn't always better fans are the big supporter of that since 120mm fans seem to be the sweet spot...the larger fans cover a larger area but generally don't move air as well...I've been waiting on a 200mm fan that blows me away.....
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 7/10/15 at 9:53am
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No like i said in my op i modded my case to accept a fan back there. Mine is also setup as an intake. Does it have to do with the fact i have such a big fan? Would i be better of with a 140? 120?

Actually, you'd probably have better results with a much smaller fan. I used a 50mm fan behind my socket and it decreased temps by about 8c. Here is the link the fan I use.

http://www.microcenter.com/product/348033/50mm_Thin_Case_Fan_EC5015M12CA

I've got a couple of Arctic Cooling F8's for mine, even with a closed side they dropped temps by 8-10c smile.gif
 
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I've got a couple of Arctic Cooling F8's for mine, even with a closed side they dropped temps by 8-10c smile.gif

Yep, my temps dropped by at least 8c just by addng a small 50mm fan to the back of the motherboard which I have blowing on the socket. This is also with the side panel of my 800D in place.
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Yep, my temps dropped by at least 8c just by addng a small 50mm fan to the back of the motherboard which I have blowing on the socket. This is also with the side panel of my 800D in place.

That's pretty good, I'll pick one up soon probably and do the same.
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wow, all this info really surprises me. I really thought the higher the cfm the better, obviously i was wrong.. Well hopefully the larger grill with open area around it doesn't effect th cooling. Here's what I'm using for a custom grill. Every hole fits a different sized fan, down to 92mm.


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Well after playing around most of the day,try different combos on my new 8370 I can get 4.8 at 4.9 the temps move up rather quickly...



I ran IBT at very high at 10 and 20 passes all was ok..
Edited by SavageBrat - 7/10/15 at 2:18pm
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That's pretty good, I'll pick one up soon probably and do the same.

I think you'll be happy with the results. thumb.gif
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People with fans behind their CPU socket, have you got your fans blowing on the socket, or sucking the air away from it? If you've experience with both situations, which provides better results?

I've currently a fan blowing on the socket, but my socket temps are proving to be a bottleneck. they get as high as 64 C while my Core temps is about 48 C, at 4.4 GHz (1.425 V).
 
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