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I understand, when I first loaded it up we had some issues, for some reason the screws would not line up and we needed to jiggle it about a bit, plus who I installed it with, he's not really good at realising you don't need a lot of thermal paste and the chip wont just burn out if you don't put a ton on :L

Tomorrow I will remove it, completely wipe clean both the cooler and cpu then I'll re-seat it properly. May I ask, what temps should I be getting? When I first installed it I was at 40-45 degrees, which I'm guessing is wrong?
If your ambient is 20C then you should probably be getting idle temps of around 30-35 max in your case with little airflow, but preferably around 27-30C.
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post #52 of 142
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If your ambient is 20C then you should probably be getting idle temps of around 30-35 max in your case with little airflow, but preferably around 27-30C.

My room temperature is 100% not 20'c, summers can get hot here in the UK plus I have the boiler in my room which increases the temperature but I will reseat it anyway.
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Another question, as I'm considering (not final) an mATX board (Asus H87M-Pro) since it's the only one I could find w/ eSata at the rear (dang, why aren't there much using eSata, wonder what others use for external storage). Anyway, what cooler would be advisable for a mATX board, as I noticed the cpu is closer to the DIMM slots, than w/ an ATX board. I was first considering the 212X for my previous plan of a z87 board, but now I'm concerned the spacing of the H87 mATX board might cause more issues with the cooler fan.

Also @Khaled, sorry for the OT question, but while at it, what is dual-channel (1 & 3, or 2 & 4), and how does it compare to 1,2 or 3,4 configuration? Is the former used only for kits, while the latter used if RAMs are from different sets? Thanks.
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what cooler would be advisable for a mATX board, as I noticed the cpu is closer to the DIMM slots, than w/ an ATX board.

Most of the coolers will have RAM clearance issues. In the worst case, you will have 3 options:

1- Use 1 fan only.
2- Use low profile memory modules.
3- Water cooling (AIO or DIY).

The best way to know what you should expect is to go to a Motherboard (The one you want/own) club and look for the coolers they use.
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Also @Khaled, sorry for the OT question, but while at it, what is dual-channel (1 & 3, or 2 & 4), and how does it compare to 1,2 or 3,4 configuration? Is the former used only for kits, while the latter used if RAMs are from different sets? Thanks.

Dual channel in memory is like RAID0 in hard disks, 2 memory sticks works as one with double capacity and most importantly bandwidth. The only difference between kits and single RAM sticks is that kits contain specially selected matching sticks (They are like finger prints, you can't find 2 identical sticks), but as long as you use sticks of the same model and speed, you're OK.

Most of motherboards have color coded memory slots, and in most if not all cases, they are arranged as:

Dual Channel:

Slots 1&3 or 2&4.



In some rare cases they arranged as:

Slots 1&2 or 3&4



Triple Channel:

Slots 1&3&5 or 2&4&6



Or Quad Channel:

Slots 1&3&5&7 or 2&4&6&8



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So are these temps normal?

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So are these temps normal?


I live in a hot place (It's 33°C right now) and those temps are similar to mine. You should worry more about your load temps. As long as it doesn't exceed 80°C, you're fine.
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Easily the best written pictorial explanation I've found as I was trying to figure out how to install my Cooler Master 212 Plus in a Cooler Master case...I just don't life YouTube for reference purposes compared to guides like yours. I intend to read some of your other posts when this new game box is finished. Thanks!

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Easily the best written pictorial explanation I've found as I was trying to figure out how to install my Cooler Master 212 Plus in a Cooler Master case...I just don't life YouTube for reference purposes compared to guides like yours. I intend to read some of your other posts when this new game box is finished. Thanks!

Regards,
Mr Wizard

Alright,

First: I'm glad my guide is helpful, I tend to pay close attention to the details and I don't like mistakes.
Second: I might make a YouTube guide soon ant it'll be bandwidth friendly yet same quality as the pic guide.
Third: This is my first and only helpful post here (currently), so don't bother looking for more.

Have a nice day.
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thanks for installation guide khaled ,

i think you help a lot pople want to see your benchmark with this cooler how much temp compare to each other biggrin.gif





memory to fan distance is too close ,this will be make bad air flow
Edited by bandots - 10/3/13 at 5:23am
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thanks for installation guide khaled ,

i think think you help a lot pople want to see your benchmark with this cooler how much temp compare to each other biggrin.gif
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memory to fan distance is too close ,this will be make bad air flow

First: Thank you for checking my guide, I appreciate it.

Second: I wish I could do a benchmark, however, there seems to be a problem with my cpu as it's stuck at 3.5 GHz even when it's OCed it to 4.5 with EIST and C3/C6 States disabled, while temps seems to tell another story.

Third: My ram aren't that tall, sorry for bad pic.
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