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Air cooling can rock Phenom II's.

I ran a unlocked x2 550BE (X4 B50) @ 3.91Ghz 1.55v on a TRUE120 Rev C Push-Pull Enermax Apollish Vegas 2000RPM 120MM which are miles better then the R4's and the CPU temp topped at 53c in LinX. Cores are unreadable on a unlocked CPU.

Sceenshot: (CPU-Z under reporting voltage by 0,1v. Always did that on my M4A79T-Deluxe U3S6 - voltage measures at 1.554v loaded with DMM)


Then I upgraded to a 1100T and a Venomous X Black which I ran @ 4.11Ghz 1.488v and it ran 65c CPU and 51C cores max on LinX.
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post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by Shaded War View Post

I don't have the system anymore but here you can see my idle temps and overclock from an old screenshot. Don't underestimate air cooling it performed considerably better than a 240 rad push-pull setup did when I tried it in my brothers build.

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On topic: If you can keep it under 60c you'r fine I'm just sharing my experience with the CPU.

My point was comparing temps is useless unless you factor in ambient temps.There are also many other factors.I know air cooling can work great.Those are great idle temps,but remember core temp is usually around 10c less than CPU temp.

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Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post

Air cooling can rock Phenom II's.

I ran a unlocked x2 550BE (X4 B50) @ 3.91Ghz 1.55v on a TRUE120 Rev C Push-Pull Enermax Apollish Vegas 2000RPM 120MM which are miles better then the R4's and the CPU temp topped at 53c in LinX. Cores are unreadable on a unlocked CPU.

Sceenshot: (CPU-Z under reporting voltage by 0,1v. Always did that on my M4A79T-Deluxe U3S6 - voltage measures at 1.554v loaded with DMM)


Then I upgraded to a 1100T and a Venomous X Black which I ran @ 4.11Ghz 1.488v and it ran 65c CPU and 51C cores max on LinX.

The above 1100T temps are pretty much the same as the OP's,also about the same with my X6 and an H60.
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I've always been able to squeeze out better temps with my H50(it's not my first h50) compared to all the different popular air coolers. Putting the radiator on rear exhaust with a push>shroud>rad>pull setup has worked best for me. Using good compound and applying it correctly also helps.

The problem is my CM sickleflow fans not pushing their advertised cfm and static pressure and probably also the h50 being 3 years old. I may be grabbing a new case and h100 soon and I'll use that as my chance to get all new fans as well.
 
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You shouldn't go over 60C on Phenom II CPUs. Their max safe temp is 62c.

Mine overclocked to 4.0 1.44v never went above 40c with air cooling in intel burn test, and usually ran 32c gaming temps.

That sounds pretty unrealistic...unless the house you live in as temperatures below 0ºc wink.gif
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Update.

Replaced my CM Storm Scout with a Scout 2 Advanced. This thing uses horizontally stacked side panel fans at the bottom of the panel which I feel is pointless so I don't have fans there. It also has two fan spots on the lower half of the front panel which means no more fan under my cd/dvd burner. It has two fan spots in the top panel so to make up for the loss of all that fresh air going to my rear-mounted rad setup I have the rear-top fan as intake and the forward-top fan as exhaust. This way some fresh air is blowing directly to my rad's push fan. It's a temporary fix until I figure out how to deal with my airflow. Honestly kinda regret buying this case because of that.

Unfortunately something is up with my temps. They got way too high during 10 passes of ITB, higher than before, but the idle temps are about the same so I don't think I messed up the compound. The only other thing that changed is that I have the radiator mounted upside-down compared to before in the old Scout. The hoses are on top now, before they were on bottom. I don't know if that's a problem or not, especially since this thing is 3 years old and the liquid level has probably dropped.

Screenshot of HWM...



My previous ITB test min-max temps in the Scout 1 were...

CPU 42c - 68c(26c difference)
Core 33c - 59c(26c difference)

My current ITB test min-max temps in the Scout 2 are...

CPU 43c-71c(28c difference)
Core 36c-65c(29c difference)

So my idle temps went up and the min-max range went up. Could this be a product of a bad compound job(perhaps smudging when installing h50), or the lack of fresh air being fed directly to the rad in the new case, or the rad being flipped upside-down?
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