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post #591 of 835
i got my h80i 2 days ago, yesterday i installed it and its giving me some high temps i think.
this is what i get with my hyper 212 evo(push/pull):

idle
core 1: 27
core 2: 30
core 3: 30
core 4: 28

100% load(prim95) 1h
61
65
64
62

corsair h80i( with corsair link set to performance mode)

idle
core 1: 32
core 2: 35
core 3: 36
core 4: 33

 100% load(prim95) only "10 minutes"
78
81
83
81

did i do something wrong? i tried it as an intake, exhaust, different places in my case, i also tried some cougar vortex fans(1500 rpm ones) and temps were up in the high 80s to low 90 in 2 minutes.
any ideas?
Edited by clonzelda - 12/8/12 at 1:56am
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post #592 of 835
Quote:
Originally Posted by clonzelda View Post

i got my h80i 2 days ago, yesterday i installed it and its giving me some high temps i think.
this is what i get with my hyper 212 evo(push/pull):
idle
core 1: 27
core 2: 30
core 3: 30
core 4: 28
100% load(prim95) 1h
61
65
64
62
corsair h80i( with corsair link set to performance mode)
idle
core 1: 32
core 2: 35
core 3: 36
core 4: 33
 100% load(prim95) only "10 minutes"
78
81
83
81
did i do something wrong? i tried it as an intake, exhaust, different places in my case, i also tried some cougar vortex fans(1500 rpm ones) and temps were up in the high 80s to low 90 in 2 minutes.
any ideas?

Seems to me that you didn't get a good mount, especially considering the temps you had with your air cooler. Try pulling the cpu block loose, checking how well the thermal paste was covering the CPU and reseating. I'd recommend using new thermal compound since you've already subjected the stock stuff to some high temps.

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post #593 of 835
Definitely poor mounting. As the person above me said, check how well the thermal paste transferred to the CPU cover. I had to re-mount mine a few times, but I'm getting great temperatures now at low fan speed (Scythe Gentle typhoons in push/pull at 800RPM).
   
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New firmware is available for both the H100i and H80i products that address two issues that have been reported by some users.
1.) Fan noise - By adjusting the PWM frequency used to control the fan speed the fan vibration at lower speeds will no longer cause excessive noise that some users have experienced.

So the grinding pump issue has now been resolved?
     
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So the grinding pump issue has now been resolved?

There's been no grinding pump issue with these new "i" coolers, as far as I know. Very quiet pump operation.
   
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post #596 of 835
my bad...it does seem to be a fan issue instead of pump

http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=112256
     
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Yes, that's been solved with the latest firmware / CorsairLink 2 version.
   
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Definitely poor mounting. As the person above me said, check how well the thermal paste transferred to the CPU cover. I had to re-mount mine a few times, but I'm getting great temperatures now at low fan speed (Scythe Gentle typhoons in push/pull at 800RPM).

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stevoandaredk5 View Post

Seems to me that you didn't get a good mount, especially considering the temps you had with your air cooler. Try pulling the cpu block loose, checking how well the thermal paste was covering the CPU and reseating. I'd recommend using new thermal compound since you've already subjected the stock stuff to some high temps.

yeah tongue.gif looks like one of the standoff screws wasn't screwed all the way, and i didn't realize this till i finally took the entire thing out. now my idle temps are low 20s to mid 20s biggrin.gif, and high temps decrease 5-8(some cores decrease more then others). I'm not using the corsair link(i also found it to be very buggy), and replaced the stock fans with two Cougar vortex fans(pwm ones), the stock fans ARE INSANELY LOUGH! i have the cougar ones plugged to the motherboard so i can control the speed they're running at.
thanks for the help guys thumb.gif.
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There's been no grinding pump issue with these new "i" coolers, as far as I know. Very quiet pump operation.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1236923/corsair-h100-h80-h60-noise-grinding-pump-fix-official-corsair-response/1560_20#post_18731882

Not according to that thread. Exact same internals, no fixes applied, only the aesthetics and "connectivity" ( if at all ) have been changed.
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

Okay, here's a list of differences between the older versions and the new "i" variants.
1. Corsair Link compatibility in the box, so you can just plug in the included USB cable into a mbd header and download the software. This allows you to create your own fan and noise profiles, and to adjust the RGB LED logo on the top of the unit. (you can even have it changed color based on temp)
2. Moved from 4-pin "molex" power to a SATA power connector.
3. Upgraded cold plate
4. Upgraded impeller/bearing/motor design for lower noise pump unit.
5. Upgraded split-flow manifold design.
6. Upgraded to wider tubing with more flexibility, but retaining the same low evaporation rates.
7. Upgraded the fans to SP120L design. Same impeller as the SP120 retail, with a different housing. A high-torque motor keeps the fan spinning near its ideal RPM even with backpressure. The noise level of the units is significantly better than last year, as a result.

8. New Industrial Design.
9. Changed mounting mechanism for AMD/Intel bracket to be magnetic, so you can swap out the tops without any screws.
10. Price of H80i dropped from $109 to $99.
For anybody wondering about the "i" designator, we'll be using it on parts that offer full Corsair Link compatibility out of the box without having to add any additional purchase.
Quote:
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4. Upgraded impeller/bearing/motor design for lower noise pump unit.
The pump flow rate wasn't the main performance bottleneck in the existing units. Efficiency of flow was.
You could upgrade the pump and get better performance, but there were other bottlenecks that held it back. Flow rate is largely unchanged, the product is quieter and cools more efficiently with that same flow rate, however.
For high flow rate coolers, you're better off with DIY anyway.
EDIT - to clarify, the "noise" from the H80s and H100s was due to the impeller/bearing mechanism in the pump. This was changed to be quieter and add lifespan.
Quote:
Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

Just differing order times and shipment times. We prioritized H60, then H100i, and then H80i, which all come out of the same factory.
As for the pump/impeller mechanism, this is the quietest pump unit on the market, by far. I saw the youtube video from that one guy, and we're getting that unit back for eval, but after what happened earlier this year we went back to the drawing board and fully re-designed the internals - the entire bearing/shaft/motor/impeller area is redesigned and quieter than anything else we've tested in all orientations we've tested it.
I don't expect you to believe me because I work for Corsair, but you should see reviews in a week or two to prove that.
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Not sure what you're saying. That we should never try and make our products better? Or that we should know how to do things today that we'll know in 4 years or something?
The bigger tubes were not possible with the old FEP/FPA tubing. We needed the old tubing because it had a very low evaporation point which helped us meet our 5 year warranty. Over the past year we found a new material that had the same evap rate, but it's not just standard off-the-shelf rubber tubes, it's got a material weave in it to prevent evaporation, allowing for the same lifespan. They have it in different diameters, so we re-spun the pump, impeller, and housing to operate with the larger tubes.
The fans are among the best you'll test. Put them on a radiator, you'll see. And so what if they aren't the best in the world, they're quieter than last gen with the same or better performance. So we shouldn't have tried to make the fans better?
And the copper plate has an improved micro-channel design. Different fin density and fin height with a different shaped channel in between the fins offer optimized performance with the new flow rate of the pump and impeller.
I was putting together a list of things to do with next year's products, but I guess if I don't know how to do it today, then why even bother, right?
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Originally Posted by di inferi View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1236923/corsair-h100-h80-h60-noise-grinding-pump-fix-official-corsair-response/1560_20#post_18731882
Not according to that thread. Exact same internals, no fixes applied, only the aesthetics and "connectivity" ( if at all ) have been changed.
 

 

Excuse me while I go over here and don't believe your statement at all.headscratch.gif

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