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Just wondering if anyone on the forums has one of the new 4790k cooled with either a Corsair H90 or H110.
Looking to see what real life temps are for stock/OC.
Couldn't find anything via search, maybe because the chip is so new.
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go with the h110 over the h90, but if possible there are better 240mm clc out there and since your not in the states are you able to get your hands on the h220x?
    
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I'm looking for an interim solution until I get a full custom WC loop going for CPU/GPU but latest estimates for all parts is something like $700-800 for all parts so I might just get something that will do me for a couple of months.
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I'm using a Corsair H80i - but I am having great results with it cooling my i7 4790k. It stays in the mid to low 20's at idle. And thats at 4.4GHz.

I would not get the H90. From what I've read, my H80i outperforms it, and there are a lot of complaints about fan noise from the H90.

The H110 would be a good choice if that what you were looking at. As long as you have a big enough case.

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Edited by hapkiman - 7/12/14 at 2:07pm
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post #5 of 21
Another vote for the H110. It's a great cooler for any AMD/Intel CPU.
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And here it is at 4.6GHz. Still staying cool.

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I'm using a Corsair H80i - but I am having great results with it cooling my i7 4790k. It stays in the mid to low 20's at idle. And thats at 4.4GHz.
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Unless your ambient is less than 15C (lol), your readings are off and the real idle temps are something like mid 30s.

Run prime95 and show the HWMonitor (started before prime95) screenshot after at least 5 minutes of stress testing (if it won't hit the thermal limit by then that is), so we can get the idea of how efficient it (or IHS) is.
Edited by SmOgER - 7/12/14 at 3:52pm
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I ran Prime95 at 4.4GHz for 10 minutes. Temps initially shot up quickly with two cores hitting 82C. However, things seemed to calm down a bit for the next 8 minutes and temps remained in the upper 70's(C) but below 80C. Not sure why but Core 4 never got over 75C the whole time, and Core 3 topped out at 78C. Cores 1 and 2 hit 82C like I said but then stayed at 76-79C for the rest of the test. I left voltage on Auto in BIOS. And HT was on.

Within a minute of ending test - idle temps were back in 20's(C) albeit upper 20's. Ambient is 23C right now in my office.

System was very stable and I just played a quick game of BF4 Death Match to see how temps were, and they were normal- which is around 48C.

The OP should fare even better with the H110.



One minute after PRIME95:


Edited by hapkiman - 7/12/14 at 5:41pm
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post #9 of 21
I actually have a few things on my list for improvements to this build (the first is new monitor or monitors), and then new RAM. But I am also considering getting a better cooler myself, possibly the H110 since I've had this H80i for a while and used it on two builds.

But it's a good quality well-made cooler. Corsair is a great company. I actually left my H80i in my car once over the winter and it froze solid I thought it was done, but after thawing it out for about 2 days - no problems, it worked perfectly and has for over a year.
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post #10 of 21
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Originally Posted by sd_dracula View Post

Just wondering if anyone on the forums has one of the new 4790k cooled with either a Corsair H90 or H110.
Looking to see what real life temps are for stock/OC.
Couldn't find anything via search, maybe because the chip is so new.
The Corsair h series water coolers are pretty good if you're going for that price range
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And here it is at 4.6GHz. Still staying cool.
Why is TJ max lower in the second pic?
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Originally Posted by hapkiman View Post

I actually have a few things on my list for improvements to this build (the first is new monitor or monitors), and then new RAM. But I am also considering getting a better cooler myself, possibly the H110 since I've had this H80i for a while and used it on two builds.
If it ain't broke don't fix it! I think those temps are a little low like Smoger said, but even ~30*C is pretty cool. Nice job! You could probably get 4.7GHz out of it with some more voltage
Edited by IWasHungry - 7/12/14 at 11:02pm
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