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You need 30MM M4 screws but on the end with the frame attached you need to add a couple small washers or you'll bend the frame with the screws as they'll screw in too far and contact the frame. Or use 28MM screws which are hard to find for that end, and even then may need one washer. redface.gif

Noted... Keep in mind that i have three CoolerMaster Jetflows for such end... So the 30mm is a MUST..
     
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Noted... Keep in mind that i have three CoolerMaster Jetflows for such end... So the 30mm is a MUST..

Any standard fan you need the one or two washers on the one side of the fan on the two screws on the frame end or you'll bend the frame. I'm sure it's the same with the Cooler Master.
Edited by KedarWolf - 7/29/16 at 11:11am
    
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Any standard fan you need the one or two washers on the frame end or you'll bend the frame. I'm sure it's the same with the Cooler Master.

True... No exceptions should be made... I will go to a hardware store next week... And i will get dem screws!
     
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True... No exceptions should be made... I will go to a hardware store next week... And i will get dem screws!

I edited my original post to make it more clear. Here it is so you don't miss it. smile.gif

Any standard fan you need the one or two washers on the one side of the fan on the two screws on the frame end or you'll bend the frame. I'm sure it's the same with the Cooler Master.
    
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Hi guys, I've just installed an ek predator 360 with a 1080 with an ek full cover.. My temps seems a bit high.
With my 5930k@stock and 1080@2050 and 5500, temps are 57/58 with fans at 1800 rpm. CPU seems ok with 52 degree.
Ah.. All it's installed in a Phanteks Entoo mid atx.
post #5056 of 7201
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Hi guys, I've just installed an ek predator 360 with a 1080 with an ek full cover.. My temps seems a bit high.
With my 5930k@stock and 1080@2050 and 5500, temps are 57/58 with fans at 1800 rpm. CPU seems ok with 52 degree.
Ah.. All it's installed in a Phanteks Entoo mid atx.

In top or front?
U should put it in the front and pull air.
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post #5057 of 7201
It's already on the front.. I'm waiting for 3 ml 120 to make push pull configuration.

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It's already on the front.. I'm waiting for 3 ml 120 to make push pull configuration.

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Check ur thermal paste.
If u full loaded both CPU and GPU, ur temp looks just a little bit higher than normal temp. 50C would be a normal temp.
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post #5059 of 7201
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With my 5930k@stock and 1080@2050 and 5500, temps are 57/58 with fans at 1800 rpm. CPU seems ok with 52 degree.

The CPU is fine, but GPU temps are high. With Noctua NF-F12 @ 1500rpm my GTX 1080 @ 2150MHz stays at 40-42°C.
Check your thermal paste and check if you used the plastic washer for the screws!?
post #5060 of 7201
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Originally Posted by MrBrillio View Post

With my 5930k@stock and 1080@2050 and 5500, temps are 57/58 with fans at 1800 rpm. CPU seems ok with 52 degree.

The CPU is fine, but GPU temps are high. With Noctua NF-F12 @ 1500rpm my GTX 1080 @ 2150MHz stays at 40-42°C.
Check your thermal paste and check if you used the plastic washer for the screws!?

Are you using push pull configuration? Or that temperature is with only 3 fans?
And yes, I've used the plastic washer when I've installed the wb.
Maybe it's the thermal paste at this point.. I have just ordered the push pull kit from ek instead the 3 Corsair ml.. I think it's better using the same fans for that configuration.


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