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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?

Sounds like your CPU needs a delid... Plus that prime test is so demanding its unrealistic... try a more realistic stress test... how bout realbench. lol
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Sounds like your CPU needs a delid... Plus that prime test is so demanding its unrealistic... try a more realistic stress test... how bout realbench. lol

lol, prime is not real enough:) I've read about delid but how good is coolabolatory liquid ultra long term durability? I read that it needs to replace after 8 months?
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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?
Without knowing what your setup is and how case airflow is working I have no idea. You did not answer my question about what the air temp going into your H7 is, and that is a critical bit of info.
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Edited by doyll - 6/24/16 at 11:23am
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Without knowing what your setup is and how case airflow is working I have no idea. You did not answer my question about what the air temp going into your H7 is, and that is a critical bit of info.

I have AC 24/7 during summer, room temp is more or less 22C/72F highest probably around 75.
Edited by Damasterjj - 6/24/16 at 11:26am
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room temp is more or less 22C/72F highest probably around 75.
I didn't ask your room temp! I asked the cooler intake air temp! doh.gifbiggrin.gif

While delidding may help, 6700 do not respond to it as well as earlier generations. The H7 is not a big cooler so we need to make sure it is getting cool air. Like I posted, it is not at all uncommon to see air 15-20c warmer than room going into coolers. That is 10-15c higher than it can easily be setup to be .. and that translates into 10-15c higher CPU temps than if case airflow is done properly. You might find 'Ways to Better Cooling' link in my sig of interest. 1st post in index, click on topics to see them. 5th topic is a good starting point.

Edit: Pirme is not a good stress tester anymore. Most use H264 or simllar
Edited by doyll - 6/24/16 at 9:26pm
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I didnt' ask your room temp! I asked the cooler intake air temp! doh.gifbiggrin.gif

While delidding may help, 6700 do not respond to it as well as earlier generations. The H7 is not a big cooler so we need to make sure it is getting cool air. Like I posted, it is not at all uncommon to see air 15-20c warmer than room going into coolers. That is 10-15c higher than it can easily be setup to be .. and that translates into 10-15c higher CPU temps than if case airflow is done properly. You might find 'Ways to Better Cooling' link in my sig of interest. 1st post in index, click on topics to see them. 5th topic is a good starting point.

thanks for responding, Air coming in H7 shouldn't be to far from room temp. in fact I tried open case and the temperature I get is almost the same. actually I'm glad you ask because the air coming directly behind H7 doesn't seem all that hot. In comparison when I have evo 212 the air coming out was warm.

btw, my case has one 120 intake fan, one 120 exhaust fan all spinning 1000 to 1100rpm. the PSU is directly on top and should provide another exhaust. the graphic card shouldn't produce any heat during Prime 95
Edited by Damasterjj - 6/24/16 at 11:47am
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room temp is more or less 22C/72F highest probably around 75.
I didnt' ask your room temp! I asked the cooler intake air temp! doh.gifbiggrin.gif

While delidding may help, 6700 do not respond to it as well as earlier generations. The H7 is not a big cooler so we need to make sure it is getting cool air. Like I posted, it is not at all uncommon to see air 15-20c warmer than room going into coolers. That is 10-15c higher than it can easily be setup to be .. and that translates into 10-15c higher CPU temps than if case airflow is done properly. You might find 'Ways to Better Cooling' link in my sig of interest. 1st post in index, click on topics to see them. 5th topic is a good starting point.
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thanks for responding, Air coming in H7 shouldn't be to far from room temp. in fact I tried open case and the temperature I get is almost the same. actually I'm glad you ask because the air coming directly behind H7 doesn't seem all that hot. In comparison when I have evo 212 the air coming out was warm.

btw, my case has one 120 intake fan, one 120 exhaust fan all spinning 1000 to 1100rpm. the PSU is directly on top and should provide another exhaust. the graphic card shouldn't produce any heat during Prime 95
While the H7 is better than 212, it is not a huge difference. Maybe you didn't get a good mount.
Read this and try re-mounting your H7
Read this and try re-mounting your H7
http://www.overclock.net/t/1491876/ways-to-better-cooling-airflow-cooler-fan-data/0_20#post_22335323
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OK thanks , I'll try re-mount
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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.

Awesome, good to know. I did just stick with the stock thermal paste. I liked that it is similar to AS5 in texture. I had some phanteks paste before and I am not sure if it was just old but it was so thick / dry it did not want to spread at all. It reminded me of silly puddy.

I painted my motherboard heatsinks and I taped off the cooler completely to paint the top metal panel. Turned out great.


Edited by Techbyte - 6/24/16 at 8:05pm
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