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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by zerowalker View Post

Is that on 2 cores high load?

I am pretty sure my ambient temps aren´t that high, i mean, sure it can be hot. But it´s not like i look at the temps when it´s hot and wonder how they can be high.
And i don´t think it´s defective, it doesn´t make much sense to me as i get the same results as another.

Sadly i don´t have any air cooler.
Or well i have one, but that one is a hell to setup, and it is pretty much worthless and would be a waste of time.


But there isn´t anything wrong with the fans?
is Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120mm 1150, good enough?

Overall load on your CPU, doesn't matter how many cores.

What software do you use to monitor temps?

Hot room paired with low RPM fans can also be the problem. Do you have any way of knowing your room temp? Do you have A/C?
post #12 of 18

Grab HWMonitor to check the pump speed, it should show under the cpu/sys fan or whatever fan header its connected to on the motherboard.

 

My 2600k under either a H80 or H100 never breaks 80c at 4.7Ghz@1.48v; room temp is usually in the mid-upper 20s (73-85F)

post #13 of 18
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I don´t have anything to check the room temps. But i am pretty sure it´s near 20c. Cause it´s not Hot, and it´s not Cold. Though take that with a grain of salt.

Here is a picture of HWMonitor.

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post #14 of 18

Looks like its running. Seems pretty warm inside the case; maybe try having the rad pull air from outside the case (intake configuration).

Sure it'll dump heat inside but the cpu should run cooler and wouldn't increase the heat too much inside the case.

post #15 of 18
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So i should just, flip my 2 big fans, and the 2 fans that are at the bottom of the rad?

If it matters, i got a 6970 reference fan, i don´t have any card that use the air inside the case.

Also, my chassi is under a table, it´s probably like 10cm from the table panel to the chassi top.
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post #16 of 18

Wouldn't hurt to try. Don't expect it to make a huge difference but it might help.

Might need to improve airflow around the case/fresh air.

post #17 of 18
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I tried, and well, at least it doesn´t seem to be worse.

I still have the problem with the fan noise.
It seems that it starts increasing then it hits 60c.
And it goes pretty load.

I always thought it happened when it got to like 70-80.
But at 60c, i would like it to be quiet.

Not sure what to do with the H100.

I tried changing the fans to MB, but then i couldn´t boot (no cpu fan, even though the h100 itself was connected).

Any ideas?


And well, is this expected when runing prime95?
It´s seems hot:S
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post #18 of 18
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Okay, i just reapplied Thermal Compound.
I cleaned the heatsink and CPU with 99% alcohol and Q tip, then used some fiber cloth.
Then i applied the pea version and then put the heatsink on.

And well, get pretty much the same results:(
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