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Originally Posted by Nickyvida View Post

Still higher that average idle but decent. I guess its because of the high ambient. The bios temps are still bugged iirc, it has a 20 offset.

It is 31 vs 42 for CPU temps regarding the cooler intake.
Room is 31c or the actual cooler intake air temp? If room air then it may be the cooler is getting air at about 37c, meaning cooler air to CPU temp is 5c delta .. which is quite good. If that is true and you improve case airflow so cooler is using air at same temp as room temp then the CPU would be 37 instead of 41c. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Room is 31c or the actual cooler intake air temp? If room air then it may be the cooler is getting air at about 37c, meaning cooler air to CPU temp is 5c delta .. which is quite good. If that is true and you improve case airflow so cooler is using air at same temp as room temp then the CPU would be 37 instead of 41c. wink.gif

Room is 31.

Hmm i think the bios is bugged. i downloaded Hwinfo and it says the die temp is within 37 degrees idle. but the Tctl says its 47+.

Overclocking was a bust. It still hits 75 degrees(Tdie) and shuts down at 4.1 @1.41v, same issue on cinebench

I wonder if it's voltage related or temperature related.
post #3223 of 3306
On the day I got my bracket, I got an email from B&H saying my CPU has shipped.

I can FINALLY finish this darn build once and for all! wheee.gif
Ultrima RPX56
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Ryzen R5 1600X @stock MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 AMP Edition 16GB (2x8GB) Team Dark Pro 3200MHz DDR4 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
256GB ADATA SX8000 NVMe SSD HP dvd1265i 24X Cryorig H7 Windows 10/Mageia 6 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
ASUS VH232H Logitech G510 EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G3 Sharkoon M25-W 
Mouse
Cougar Revenger 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 870 EVGA P55V AMD Radeon HD 7870 6GB 1333MHz DDR3 (4GB+2GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
240GB SanDisk SSD Plus Lite-On iHAS124 DVD+/-RW Mageia 5.1 Compaq MV520 15" CRT 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Compaq SK-2800C Diablotek PMD 650W Compaq Presario 7478 case from 2000 Corsair Gaming M45 
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Ultrima RPX56
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Ryzen R5 1600X @stock MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 AMP Edition 16GB (2x8GB) Team Dark Pro 3200MHz DDR4 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
256GB ADATA SX8000 NVMe SSD HP dvd1265i 24X Cryorig H7 Windows 10/Mageia 6 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
ASUS VH232H Logitech G510 EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G3 Sharkoon M25-W 
Mouse
Cougar Revenger 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 870 EVGA P55V AMD Radeon HD 7870 6GB 1333MHz DDR3 (4GB+2GB) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
240GB SanDisk SSD Plus Lite-On iHAS124 DVD+/-RW Mageia 5.1 Compaq MV520 15" CRT 
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post #3224 of 3306
Hi guys, i got a new Cryorig R1 Universal a few days ago but i'm worried about my temps, i'm getting the exact same temps i was getting with my Hyper 212 EVO (Push/Pull), around 75 to 80ºc in IBT High for stock 4.5ghz@1.20v (undervolted).

I've tried reinstalling it 3 times but same results. I thought i'd get an improvement in my temps as i've seen in some reviews.

Any idea what may be the problem?
post #3225 of 3306
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Originally Posted by Sazyk View Post

Hi guys, i got a new Cryorig R1 Universal a few days ago but i'm worried about my temps, i'm getting the exact same temps i was getting with my Hyper 212 EVO (Push/Pull), around 75 to 80ºc in IBT High for stock 4.5ghz@1.20v (undervolted).

I've tried reinstalling it 3 times but same results. I thought i'd get an improvement in my temps as i've seen in some reviews.

Any idea what may be the problem?

Can you give the specifics on the build?
post #3226 of 3306
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Can you give the specifics on the build?

Here they are:

i7 7700k
Cryorig R1 Universal
Asus z270 TUF Mark II
2x8gb 3200Mhz
Asus ROG GTX1080
OCZ Vector 128gb
SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250gb
2xWD Blue 1tb | NZXT H440
CM Silent Pro 700w
post #3227 of 3306
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Here they are:

i7 7700k
Cryorig R1 Universal
Asus z270 TUF Mark II
2x8gb 3200Mhz
Asus ROG GTX1080
OCZ Vector 128gb
SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250gb
2xWD Blue 1tb | NZXT H440
CM Silent Pro 700w
R1 is more than adequate for cooling 7700K
What case and case fan setup?
How much TIM did you use?
post #3228 of 3306
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R1 is more than adequate for cooling 7700K
What case and case fan setup?
How much TIM did you use?

NZXT H440 with 6 Corsair AF120, 3 as intake and 3 as exhaust. First i used the rice grain size method as i always do and then i tried the pea size method, getting the same temps. Tried MX-4 and the one that comes with the R1.

I just don't think that the fans may be a problem, cause if they were i should still be getting better temps than i got with the 212 and the TIM was the same method.
post #3229 of 3306
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NZXT H440 with 6 Corsair AF120, 3 as intake and 3 as exhaust. First i used the rice grain size method as i always do and then i tried the pea size method, getting the same temps. Tried MX-4 and the one that comes with the R1.

I just don't think that the fans may be a problem, cause if they were i should still be getting better temps than i got with the 212 and the TIM was the same method.

Well, I tend to disagree. You have a case with notoriously bad airflow and a very restrictive intake and top exhaust. You are using some of the worst fans ever made for the application (well....most applications, actually) since they get absolutely choked in even the slightest restrictive environment and don't move any air. Air coolers need cool air to operate whether it be a 212 or R1. With a combo of an H440 and Corsair AF fans.....that very likely isn't happening.

In short....the sailboat strikes again.
post #3230 of 3306
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Well, I tend to disagree. You have a case with notoriously bad airflow and a very restrictive intake and top exhaust. You are using some of the worst fans ever made for the application (well....most applications, actually) since they get absolutely choked in even the slightest restrictive environment and don't move any air. Air coolers need cool air to operate whether it be a 212 or R1. With a combo of an H440 and Corsair AF fans.....that very likely isn't happening.

In short....the sailboat strikes again.

I agree that H440 is very restrictive in terms of airflow and AF fans aren't the best option, but even if a test with the case completely open the difference is 4-5ºc, so i don't think that "airflow" is the big deal here.
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