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Thanks. I tried to disable or enable SVID support but it does nothing.
Unfortunately Noctua probably won't help in your situation. (look below)
As I said on other thread my idle temps are approx. 30C and in full load 80C, while liquid in water cooling has only 35(!)C.. The pipes aren't hot. It means that the processor (heatspreader) doesn't give to radiator this heat. The core is... cooking.
I've the same on NZXT Kraken X61. Incredible loud on 100%. Sadly I can't set pump to be faster without increasing fans. Maybe I'll change them if it's possible (they've a special "case" to cooler).
I heard from many people that MX-2 is better. I'm using only MX-2 (and sometimes Zalman STG-2). I don't take a look on Liquids pro etc.
Normal playing doesn't require 100% of processor all the time (there is explosion, there is calm river etc.). On Witcher 3 I'm getting 70C (still to much as LC). Rendering probably isn't on "High preset" so you're able to use your computer while rendering without lags.

While i agree with some of your points i totally disagree with some of your other points. I agree the performance difference from switching to the noctua fans is gonna be small but i do it because of the noise to static pressure ratio, the stock fans are just so loud. The coolant temps are completly fine at some moment in time the coolant temperature just hits its limit. When im rendering my cpu load is 100% and the temps dont go above 72-73c. Im just wondering if the temps are safe when stresstesting because i know stresstest temps are always gonna be higher than just regular use because stresstesting programs put a unrealistic load on your cpu.
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The water doesn't get that hot, as it is always circulating and being cooled by the radiator.
Exactly!

Temps while running cinebench r15

Edited by Fuzzy05 - 7/16/16 at 3:51pm
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Im 99% sure the waterblock is mounted properly. I guess its the thermal paste then... Ill do a reseat soon. Also when installing the rad i saw that about 5 fins where slightly bent does that make a big difference?

That shouldn't make much of a difference.
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That shouldn't make much of a difference.

Good to hear. When im installing my new fans ill use a screwdriver of the same diameter to try and fix the fins so atleast more air can flow trough.
Edited by Fuzzy05 - 7/16/16 at 4:03pm
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Funny thing is talking about it, I came home from work, cleaned out my whole system, boot up and idle temps , sitting at 29-33C lol hahahah, it should help,
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Funny thing is talking about it, I came home from work, cleaned out my whole system, boot up and idle temps , sitting at 29-33C lol hahahah, it should help,

Well that depends on how long ago you cleaned your hardware. My setup is very new and there is no dust so cleaning out my system wont do anything.
Edited by Fuzzy05 - 7/17/16 at 4:08am
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No I just got a wild hair and decided to clean it, its been I think a year or 1.5yrs since I cleaned it, figured why not, Wasn't saying you should too tongue.gif yours is too new to worry about that
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No I just got a wild hair and decided to clean it, its been I think a year or 1.5yrs since I cleaned it, figured why not, Wasn't saying you should too tongue.gif yours is too new to worry about that

Alrighty! You should clean your pc more. Haha
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Time flies when your working 70-80hrs a week for 3 years and no time LOL, just switched jobs so I'm G2G now tongue.gif

Hopefully your temps got resolved

EDIT: That HW Monitor program actually shows on my PC an 8c difference on all cpu's and way different voltages on my stock programs and temps on my PC, maybe its just that program lol ( not to throw another wrench in it) I just installed that program last night just for fun to see and its way off
Edited by Cloudforever - 7/17/16 at 2:15pm
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Time flies when your working 70-80hrs a week for 3 years and no time LOL, just switched jobs so I'm G2G now tongue.gif

Hopefully your temps got resolved

EDIT: That HW Monitor program actually shows on my PC an 8c difference on all cpu's and way different voltages on my stock programs and temps on my PC, maybe its just that program lol ( not to throw another wrench in it) I just installed that program last night just for fun to see and its way off

I usually look at the temps using 3 programs, core temp, HW monitor and aida64 it self ill always take the hightest number in account. The temperatures aren't really resolved. I need to see once my parcel arrives then ill install the 2 new fans and probably replace the TIM. I worry about the stresstesting temperatures not the normal load temperatures.

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Edited by Fuzzy05 - 7/17/16 at 3:41pm
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I just recently finished my 6700k build using the same cooler with you. After getting my OC to 4.8ghz at 1.35v vcore stable (manual voltage mode in bios of course), my CPU temp jumped to 85C quite often but only for a split second. It usually sit at 60ish. Ordered some gelid gc-extreme thermal paste and reseated my cooler with 2 washers (the one that came with the cooler) and the temperature dropped significantly for me. After 30 min of Aida 64 full suite (CPU, FPU, Cache) test and the cpu mostly run around 55-61C with very seldom spike to 80C (only happen a couple time) for a split second and I don't see any cpu throttling throughout the whole test. I've tested it multiple time with similar results. Thinking about returning the corsair h100i for something else. I've heard Swiftech h220l is a much better AIO cooler at a similar price range.
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