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takes a while, like 15-20 minutes. Then it goes down again. When i saw an even pattern on the graph under control, i stopped recording (well i waited until the 30 min mark).
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takes a while, like 15-20 minutes. Then it goes down again. When i saw an even pattern on the graph under control, i stopped recording (well i waited until the 30 min mark).

That is fairly typical for a cooler of that capacity. Larger coolers and liquid tend to stabilize a little quicker. Your temps like good for 4.4, what voltage are you running it at?
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takes a while, like 15-20 minutes. Then it goes down again. When i saw an even pattern on the graph under control, i stopped recording (well i waited until the 30 min mark).
Here is short graph of prime95 on one of mine. Notice peak temp is reached in aobut 3 minutes. The 54.1c temp line that gets cooler as system fans go faster is motherboard northbridge. It idles warmer at idle than under load because fans are spinning slow (about 660rpm). When fans speed up a little more it cools down.


I'm not going to disagree with ciarlatano, but in my testing of mid-level cooling coolers like Megahalems, TRUE Spirit 140 and 120, H$-02 / Macho H5, etc. I haven't noticed much difference in time to stable peak temp. Maybe I'm not pushing enough heat at them, but my temps are similar to bboiprfsr
Edited by doyll - 7/22/16 at 4:59am
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Here is short graph of prime95 on one of mine. Notice peak temp is reached in aobut 3 minutes. The 54.1c temp line that gets cooler as system fans go faster is motherboard northbridge. It idles warmer at idle than under load because fans are spinning slow (about 660rpm). When fans speed up a little more it cools down.


I'm not going to disagree with ciarlatano, but in my testing of mid-level cooling coolers like Megahalems, TRUE Spirit 140 and 120, H$-02 / Macho H5, etc. I haven't noticed much difference in time to stable peak temp. Maybe I'm not pushing enough heat at them, but my temps are similar to bboiprfsr

Three minutes is about the same for me with any essentially cooler on the 860, 2700K and 4790K. My 3570K and 4770K showed a greater disparity in time to level off - maybe something to do with the awful TIM they used on those CPUs?
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So, in my infinite wisdom I bought the R1 Ultimate assuming that it would fit right into this Lancool case (it doesn't, the case specified 160mm). Since that is not going to happen, it'll replace the H5 Ultimate sitting on the 4770K. Will update in the next few days.



Will probably match the 4770K system better though.
Edited by rapkct - 7/24/16 at 7:07am
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So, in my infinite wisdom I bought the R1 Ultimate assuming that it would fit right into this Lancool case (it doesn't, the case specified 160mm). Since that is not going to happen, it'll replace the H5 Ultimate sitting on the 4770K. Will update in the next few days.



Will probably match the 4770K system better though.
I'm going to make a wild guess that the R1 Ultimate problem is not the cooler, but the front fan not fitting between tall RAM and case? If it will fit without front fan, The R1 Universal should solve your problem. The front of R1 Universal with fan is 52mm from center of CPU while R1 Ultimate with fan is 65.4mm.
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I'm going to make a wild guess that the R1 Ultimate problem is not the cooler, but the front fan not fitting between tall RAM and case? If it will fit without front fan, The R1 Universal should solve your problem. The front of R1 Universal with fan is 52mm from center of CPU while R1 Ultimate with fan is 65.4mm.
RAM isn't the issue here (it's Vengeance LPXes), but I need to physically check it. Initial checking with measurement tapes showed me that I might have a headroom of 2cm to spare on the K58, which would allow me to fit the cooler as it is.

Part of this stemmed from my desire to install 2015/16 hardware on a case made in 2009 ph34r-smiley.gif .

EDIT: I decided to make an actual test fit because measurements mean nothing. And guess what?

It fits.



This might be the first Lancool case in the entire world to use a CRYORIG cooler.
Edited by rapkct - 7/24/16 at 8:46am
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EDIT: I decided to make an actual test fit because measurements mean nothing. And guess what?

It fits.

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EDIT: I decided to make an actual test fit because measurements mean nothing. And guess what?

It fits.



This might be the first Lancool case in the entire world to use a CRYORIG cooler.
Looks very nice! thumb.gif

Does it touch side cover or is there a little clearance?
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