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You can give me advice without the sarcasm please. I can do nothing about the cables. They are there because of how short they are. The PCI-E cables reach directly from the PSU to the cards and thats it, I literally have no play with them. As far as the 2 other cables, I can possible move them behind the HDD cages, but my case has no cable management to speak of. Trust me.

My old PSU had much longer cables and I was able to hide every cable behind my HDD cages. They were barely visible. This new PSU, while modular and a much better quality PSU, has incredibly short cables for some reason and it sucks for cable management.
Not gonna happen. It's a 240mm radiator. There is zero room on the backside for it. There wasn't room in my case to begin with for it. I had to literally cut a hole in the top of my case to fit the rad.

Is the H-100 pulling in or blowing out?
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You can give me advice without the sarcasm please. I can do nothing about the cables. They are there because of how short they are. The PCI-E cables reach directly from the PSU to the cards and thats it, I literally have no play with them. As far as the 2 other cables, I can possible move them behind the HDD cages, but my case has no cable management to speak of. Trust me.

My old PSU had much longer cables and I was able to hide every cable behind my HDD cages. They were barely visible. This new PSU, while modular and a much better quality PSU, has incredibly short cables for some reason and it sucks for cable management.
Not gonna happen. It's a 240mm radiator. There is zero room on the backside for it. There wasn't room in my case to begin with for it. I had to literally cut a hole in the top of my case to fit the rad.

It maybe worth your while to buy extension cables then dude. im sure you can pick some up for some if not most of your cables.
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Is the H-100 pulling in or blowing out?

Good question. I just realized the fans are blowing in. It was SUPPOSED to be venting out. I just put my hand under to check.

In the manual it says the fans have arrows on them to show direction, but they don't. That should make a significant difference, as they literally are barely pulling my ambients through the rad.

That's probably the reason for the high temps. Dumb mistake. Easier fix than reseating the block though.
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Hey guys, I am thinking of picking up an 8350 at the moment. they are on sale at microcenter for 169.99 right now and i think that it would be worth it if i could get some more OC'ing headroom than my 8120. my only questions are: What are the performance gains from the 8120 to the 8350? and will my CM hyper 212+ be enough to get a decent Oc? Thank you for you advice in advance. tongue.gif
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Hey guys, I am thinking of picking up an 8350 at the moment. they are on sale at microcenter for 169.99 right now and i think that it would be worth it if i could get some more OC'ing headroom than my 8120. my only questions are: What are the performance gains from the 8120 to the 8350? and will my CM hyper 212+ be enough to get a decent Oc? Thank you for you advice in advance. tongue.gif

Hmmmm i think ghost changed from a 8150 to a 8320 and he noticed a big improvement. So you will too.

The Evo will get you about 4.6ghz from past users posts
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Good question. I just realized the fans are blowing in. It was SUPPOSED to be venting out. I just put my hand under to check.

In the manual it says the fans have arrows on them to show direction, but they don't. That should make a significant difference, as they literally are barely pulling my ambients through the rad.

That's probably the reason for the high temps. Dumb mistake. Easier fix than reseating the block though.

Well, its worth a try, it seems like you might be getting a dead zone if you have a side fan as well. Really that case is not well suited to the system inside of it, but if its what you've got then you have to work with it. Does it improve any with the side panel off?
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Hey guys, I am thinking of picking up an 8350 at the moment. they are on sale at microcenter for 169.99 right now and i think that it would be worth it if i could get some more OC'ing headroom than my 8120. my only questions are: What are the performance gains from the 8120 to the 8350? and will my CM hyper 212+ be enough to get a decent Oc? Thank you for you advice in advance. tongue.gif

Roughly 7% IPC gain, and with a 212 you should see 4.5-4.6Ghz on the 8350.

@cssorkinman: Wooo! No SSD though?
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Roughly 7% IPC gain, and with a 212 you should see 4.5-4.6Ghz on the 8350.

@cssorkinman: Wooo! No SSD though?

SSd's are over rated lol
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Roughly 7% IPC gain, and with a 212 you should see 4.5-4.6Ghz on the 8350.

@cssorkinman: Wooo! No SSD though?

Yes , 128 gb Kingston HyperX - 555mbs read 510mb write smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
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