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Originally Posted by Damasterjj View Post

After more than 1 month I have re-pasted & remounted H7 with AS5 and Cryorig stock paste and I am still getting high temps. I will be getting Noctua D15S depending on how many fan i use i should only see 3.6C to 5.6C temperature improvement if I get anything more or god forbid 20C difference then there is definitely something wrong with H7. I think I have an idea but I don't want to speculate right now. I'll wait until D15S arrives

BTW, apparently I am not the only one having issue with H7
Without knowing the air temp going into the cooler there is really no way to know if it is a CPU to cooler problem, a cooler problem or a case airflow problem. Typically the room air temp is 8-20+c cooler than component intake air temp. 3-5c is very good. If your cooler intake air temp is 20c warmer than your room air, your CPU is running about 15c hotter than it will if you optimize your case airflow and lower the cooler intake air temp to 5c above room temp.

No idea where you get the idea the D15S is only 3.6-5.6c better than H7. Could you explain and/or give us a link to this?
post #2462 of 3718
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Originally Posted by Slink3Slyde View Post

CP9 spreads just fine under the weight of the cooler as well, but it really didnt make much difference for me with either paste. GL smile.gif

done reapplying and mounting the H5, all around average dropped 3C for me using mx4,

maybe only becos i screwed up the first time, im new to cryorig mounting method lolol redface.gif.
couldn't quite catch the 2 mounting screw to the mounting plate and messed up the tim on the cpu.
and didnt screw it properly tongue.gif
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anyone have any insight if this layout for air cooling is alright or

turning the cpu cooler 90degree clockwise and adding another top rear exhuast would improve anything at all?

the top will be covered with a fitting cover with mesh.
post #2464 of 3718
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Originally Posted by jopy View Post

anyone have any insight if this layout for air cooling is alright or

turning the cpu cooler 90degree clockwise and adding another top rear exhuast would improve anything at all?

the top will be covered with a fitting cover with mesh.
While you are using a Cryorig cooler, your questions are not about the cooler, but about case airflow. Could you start a thread with all details of your rig. Case, fans, fan speeds, etc?
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While you are using a Cryorig cooler, your questions are not about the cooler, but about case airflow. Could you start a thread with all details of your rig. Case, fans, fan speeds, etc?
:*( i just wants to know if turning it clockwise 90degree would improve cpu temp at all
post #2466 of 3718
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:*( i just wants to know if turning it clockwise 90degree would improve cpu temp at all
:*( I just wants you to start a thread where we can discuss your cooling, that's all.
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hokay, maybe tomorrow... tired of tweaking for now... needs some dark soul3 for now redface.gif
post #2468 of 3718
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No idea where you get the idea the D15S is only 3.6-5.6c better than H7. Could you explain and/or give us a link to this?

That actually sounds about right in a "while gaming with a CPU light game" or web browsing on a stock Pentium in a well ventilated case. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

That actually sounds about right in a "while gaming with a CPU light game" or web browsing on a stock Pentium in a well ventilated case. wink.gif
Yeah, .. key words being 'light load' on CPU
PS: Sometimes I think you stalk me, other times I know you do. tongue.gif
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Yeah, .. key words being 'light load' on CPU
PS: Sometimes I think you stalk me, other times I know you do. tongue.gif

I think the bigger key would be a very low TDP CPU. Far less difference in temps when there is less heat to remove.
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