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Don't waste your time on the H60 man, it's pretty much useless for a performance CPU. I wen't through this about a month ago and switched back to my 212 Evo in less than a day.

CPU-FX-6300 @ 4.5Ghz on stock voltage (1.36) Turbo off, C1E off, CNQ off. MAX CORE TEMP 62c

212 Evo Push Pull 2X Sickleflow 120's w/ AS5 paste (26c ambient) 30c Idle/ 52c after 1 Hour prime small FFT

H60 stock fan/stock paste (26c ambient) 33c idle/ 62c+ after 5 minutes prime small FFT- Thermal runaway

H60 stock fan/AS5 (26c ambient) 31c idle/ 62c+ after 5 min prime small FFT-Thermal runaway

H60 Sickleflow 120/ AS5 (26c ambient) 31c idle /62c+ after 10 min prime small FFT-Thermal runaway

H60 Sickleflow 120 Push Pull/ AS5 (26c ambient) 30c idle/ 62C+ after 10 min prime small FFT-Thermal runaway

These are my testing results of the H60. As you can see i tried all kinds of different configurations to make it work and it couldn't do it. And this is on a chip that runs under stock voltage too !

* all of the installs are fresh so the cure time on AS5 has no bearing on results
okay so now I definitely will not consider the H60,i went back on the computer store today and grabbed these 2 items. They didn't have noctura because it's a special item order apparently. phanteks PH-TC12X for the cpu, it has dual fans that run 1800rpm I think (hopefully it fits my case) also maybe not as good as noctura but better then what I had before. And I grabbed 3 Corsair SP120 high performance chassis fan that spin at 2350rpm, hopefully this will help at least a little for cooling the cpu. I am now officially broken lol.
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yeah minecraft uses 1 core unless your running a mod like optifine or something that moves particle effects to a different core
wow only 1 core, mojang's gotta utilize more core usage. No wonder why it's so slow for a lot of people:p
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1. You will probably need to run two expensive fans on push/pull configuration to make this work
2. I've seen the 400R, as well as my 300R. I believe the 450R has enough room in it. If not, the 600T can work. If you can go as expensive... maybe your store has a 650D open box.
3. I'm not that great with computer cases unfortunately, but if needed, i can try to find one of those 90° adapters.

Finally I'd like to say, if you ever need help and you're not getting it, send me a PM. I remember when I was in your position. I am still subscribed to this thread, so don't worry if I don't respond right away. I'll come back thumb.gif
I think optifine allows a second core to assist with chunk loading. All the script/AI/etc still runs on the first. I think the real benefit is allowing faster loading of chunks.

Please note that I said 350D in previous posts. I meant 300R. The 'R' series is Carbide. The 'D' series is Obsidian.
i just purchased a new cpu fan by Phanteks, model is PH-TC12DX,xouldent get the noctura but it's dual fan and hopefully will work. And 3 high performance chassis fans for air flow. What do*you think? I 100% appreciate your help, I've made a lot of progress with your help, for sure if I'm still stuck or have later issues in the future I'll deff send you a PM (:

Also I'll deff download optifine for minecraft, the chunk loading is so slow o matter how good your pc is. I never knew it existed either lol.
Edited by BeefyChiefy - 3/23/14 at 2:11pm
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I'm not sure if the SP120's are what you needed. I know they are great, but there are different types of fans.

The two main types are 'Air Flow' and 'Static Pressure'. Air flow is best for low density radiators and chassis fans. They move more air with less pressure to keep cycling in cooler air. Static pressure fans are used for high density radiators, or thick dust filters. They are capable of pushing air through high resistance filters/radiators. I think the SP120 is a static pressure type fan. It should still work quite well, especially if that CPU cooler you picked has a resistant fin pattern.
EDIT: Make sure you get the correct version of Optifine. Also, please underclock the chip a little. I cannot give you solid advice on cooling it, and this would make me feel a little better.

EDIT 2: Oh, forgot to ask, what TIM are you using right now?
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Alright, didn't know it would be that bad. We also don't know a few things about the OP, like his ambient and usual works loads he has. Although, having a 6300 underclocked and still hitting 65°C sounds like something is wrong. Although you do have it at 4.5GHz. I don't know if going to 3GHz is necessary, these chips are binned higher, so they require less V and put out less heat than a 83X0. He could try putting multi to 22 and VCore to 1.375 and see if he can stay at good temperatures.

That is true I didn't think of how highly binned these chips are or his work load. Possibly just getting it down to an 8320/50 and dropping the vcore as low as possible will suffice for the time being. Good call.
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My 9590 is using the bundled water cooling that came with it. From my understanding it roughly equals an H80...

Even under high stress loads, such as encoding, etc, it rarely goes over 51-53*c. This paired with quieter Noctua fans, so they don't cool quite as well, either. However please do keep in mind, my case has excellent airflow (multiple 230mm fans) and my room temp is around 75*f average.

Good choice on the sabertooth as well
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I'm not sure if the SP120's are what you needed. I know they are great, but there are different types of fans.

The two main types are 'Air Flow' and 'Static Pressure'. Air flow is best for low density radiators and chassis fans. They move more air with less pressure to keep cycling in cooler air. Static pressure fans are used for high density radiators, or thick dust filters. They are capable of pushing air through high resistance filters/radiators. I think the SP120 is a static pressure type fan. It should still work quite well, especially if that CPU cooler you picked has a resistant fin pattern.
EDIT: Make sure you get the correct version of Optifine. Also, please underclock the chip a little. I cannot give you solid advice on cooling it, and this would make me feel a little better.

EDIT 2: Oh, forgot to ask, what TIM are you using right now?
oh, yeah they are the static pressure type but I didn't know that lol I just installed all the fans and having all the air Force out the back. So far things are looking decent. On Idol on the bios screen the cpu temp is read 38c and the computers been up for half an hour. I think this is the best I can get for now. The heat sink I got is too big, it's pushing on the side of my computer a little bit but not to much.

Yeah I will underclock the cpu once I learn how to underclock. I've never done it before, never had a computer so advance tongue.gif

I'm not sure what TIM is? tongue.gif
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My 9590 is using the bundled water cooling that came with it. From my understanding it roughly equals an H80...

Even under high stress loads, such as encoding, etc, it rarely goes over 51-53*c. This paired with quieter Noctua fans, so they don't cool quite as well, either. However please do keep in mind, my case has excellent airflow (multiple 230mm fans) and my room temp is around 75*f average.

Good choice on the sabertooth as well
wow, those are nice Temps especially with your cpu. I got my cpu to cool at 38c on idle with the fans I chose. Not sure what the Temps will be under load because I have to reinstall my of cause it won't load. frown.gif
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Yeah I will underclock the cpu once I learn how to underclock. I've never done it before, never had a computer so advance tongue.gif
When booting up the computer, spam the delete button until you enter BIOS. Go to 'Advanced Mode' -> 'AI Tweaker' -> 'CPU Frequency' (or something) -> Change to 22.5 -> Scroll to CPU Voltage - > Change to 1.4
Check your temperature while doing somewhat-demanding tasks. Try to see what Minecraft gets your temperatures to. Then move to something more like adding a YouTube video in the background. Try to keep temperatures below 62°C
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I'm not sure what TIM is? tongue.gif
Thermal Interface Material. Like thermal paste/pads. AS5 is really good. Be careful when using some TIM, as it may be electrically conductive and can kill your components.
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AS5 is really good. Be careful when using some TIM, as it may be electrically conductive and can kill your components.

Yes, but its got the cure time plus the conductivity issue. I was using AS Ceramique, which is non conductive, for a decade. Ive now switched to Arctic Cooling MX-4, also non conductive and a little bit better temps than AS5 and no cure time. Price, about the same.
    
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