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I just did that! ^ smile.gif

Right now im 28c on idle. 48 on load!

This seems way better! Gonna try overclocking now!

Thanks alot!
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Im using HWMonitor.

However the temperatures are really jumpy.. in 2 seconds it went from 38 to 26. back to 38, to 42, then back to 29 etc. talking about the Cores btw <--. The CPU itself is steady at 32-36

This is how i have the case fans setup:

- Front = Blows in
- Back = Blows out
- Side fan = Blows in
- CPU FAN = Blows towards the back.

Also judging from the screenshot.. I actually noticed that the case fan at the back is blowing towards the CPU. I never noticed this before haha
Could this be the problem?

The CPU im using is a Intel i5 3570k @ 3,4Ghz

Actually the case fan is blowing out of the back of the case in the picture smile.gif all fans blow towards the supports. this might be some of your problem, make sure the fans are pointing the direction you want, many of them have arrows on the side saying the direction the air blows
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Actually the case fan is blowing out of the back of the case in the picture smile.gif all fans blow towards the supports. this might be some of your problem, make sure the fans are pointing the direction you want, many of them have arrows on the side saying the direction the air blows

Learn something new everyday!
I never noticed these arrows! Thank you!
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Originally Posted by Wesleydw View Post

Im using HWMonitor.

However the temperatures are really jumpy.. in 2 seconds it went from 38 to 26. back to 38, to 42, then back to 29 etc. talking about the Cores btw <--. The CPU itself is steady at 32-36

This is how i have the case fans setup:

- Front = Blows in
- Back = Blows out
- Side fan = Blows in
- CPU FAN = Blows towards the back.

Also judging from the screenshot.. I actually noticed that the case fan at the back is blowing towards the CPU. I never noticed this before haha
Could this be the problem?

The CPU im using is a Intel i5 3570k @ 3,4Ghz

I don't think your back case fan is pulling air into case. The side of fan with braces to fan motor is the exhaust side of fan. Never seen one that wasn't.

Pedro is either wrong or we are not understanding what he's saying.
You need airflow through case much more than you need 2 fans on cooler. With good fan on cooler a 2nd fan is only good for 1-2c max improvement

If all of your hot cooler exhaust air is not removed from case it will mix with cooler intake air (physical cooler & cooler air temp) and cause CPU to run hotter. For every degree increase in case air / cooler intake air temperature your CPU will rise a degree. Room temperature doesn't mean near as much as cooler intake temperature.
Edited by doyll - 1/25/13 at 7:35am
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Learn something new everyday!
I never noticed these arrows! Thank you!

No problem.

Also, doyll is an air cooling genius, take all the advice you can from him, I try to. thumb.gif
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