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When you pull 1-3hr days of no sleep and try to figure out everything is almost impossible. I was looking at C7 instead of my C1.
My apologies.

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I can relate to that. thumb.gif
C1 the fans can easily be reversed, but not C7. I would love to see Cryorgi make a universal fan and mount for C7 cooler or a reverse flow C7 fan as option. Of the 8-10 systems I've done with pancake coolers only one cooled as well with downflow a upflow .. not better, just as well. All the others ran hotter with downflow than upflow.
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I just installed a H7 and I noticed that it pivots even though everything is secured. Does this have to do with the screw in the center? I couldn't find any info on it.
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I just installed a H7 and I noticed that it pivots even though everything is secured. Does this have to do with the screw in the center? I couldn't find any info on it.
It is not uncommon to be able to move cooler a little when mounted. The mounting pressure is only 50 lbf, which is really not much.
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It is not uncommon to be able to move cooler a little when mounted. The mounting pressure is only 50 lbf, which is really not much.

Ok thank you. This is my first tower cooler with a mounting system like that so I wasn't sure. I'll keep a eye on the temps and if they're good then I won't worry about it. Just kinda suprised me it wasn't more stable thats all.
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Ok thank you. This is my first tower cooler with a mounting system like that so I wasn't sure. I'll keep a eye on the temps and if they're good then I won't worry about it. Just kinda suprised me it wasn't more stable thats all.
I've mounted my H7 about 5 or 6 times testing it and never had a problem. Be careful to not use too much TIM. A dob the size of a grain of rice is about right .. it should press out to a round print almost to edges of of IHS. On Intel CPUs there is no advantage to full IHS coverage. Remember, the goal is to not be a film between IHS and cooler, but to only fill any voids that are not metal to metal contact. 10th post in 'Ways to Better Cooling' explains it
http://www.overclock.net/t/1491876/ways-to-better-cooling-airflow-cooler-fan-data/0_20#post_22335323
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I see this thread is more so focused at the higher end Cryorig coolers, but I figured it would be a good place to inquire about the M9i and Cryorig thermal compounds.

So, I recently ordered a Cryorig M9i. It will be going on top of an i5 6500 in a Fractal Design Define Nano S. I am wondering about the included thermal compound. I assume it will be good enough, especially for my scenario. I am just wondering if it is any good?

Also, what would the real performance difference be between CP15, CP7, and CP5?

Thanks
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I see this thread is more so focused at the higher end Cryorig coolers, but I figured it would be a good place to inquire about the M9i and Cryorig thermal compounds.

So, I recently ordered a Cryorig M9i. It will be going on top of an i5 6500 in a Fractal Design Define Nano S. I am wondering about the included thermal compound. I assume it will be good enough, especially for my scenario. I am just wondering if it is any good?

Also, what would the real performance difference be between CP15, CP7, and CP5?

Thanks
Great little cooler! Included TIM is also good, just be careful to not use too much. A dob the size of a grain of rice in the middle of CPU is plenty. TIM print only needs to be a round circle just reaching the sides of IHS. Like the first image here.
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I think my H7 is defective. what temps are you guys getting?
Edited by Damasterjj - 6/24/16 at 10:24am
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I think my H7 is defective. what temps are you guys getting?
Based on what data? Do you know what the air temp going into your H7 is? What CPU, and overclock if any?
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Based on what data? Do you know what the air temp going into your H7 is? What CPU, and overclock if any?

6700K with 4.5 OC with prime 95 28.7 small FFT. seems impossible without hitting 80+C? Right now I can do 4.4 with same test below 80C.

do you think adding a second fan will help?
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