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6700k & H100i V2 Temps

post #1 of 4
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Hi All,

Just recently got my computer back with a new h100i v2 and an additional 2 fans on the radiator (4 total)

I tested right away and I'm still seeing similar temps maybe a little lower but let me see what you guys think.

4.7mhz, 1.35v - IntelBurnTest = 90c Max

4.6mhz, 1.325 - IntelBurnTest = 85c Max

And so forth.

Not sure if I just have an awful CPU in terms of overclocking or what but good thing is I don't crash or anything when I game. I don't know if any of you know Black Desert Online but the game can easily push my CPU to high 70s. Maybe get new Radiator Fans and replace stock? I checked my BIOs and all the radiator fans are around 1200RPM or higher. They scale based on CPU temp.

Other spec
Thermaltake X31 Case
H100i V2 w/ 4 Fans
1080ti
3200mhz RAM DDR4 Corsair (XMP) Memory Tested
post #2 of 4
What are you using for intake and exhaust fans? I am assuming the H100i is top mounted as exhaust?

Just an FYI - adding fans to slim rads does nothing more than take up space and add noise, as clearly shown here - http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/radiator-round-2015/5/
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

What are you using for intake and exhaust fans? I am assuming the H100i is top mounted as exhaust?

Just an FYI - adding fans to slim rads does nothing more than take up space and add noise, as clearly shown here - http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/radiator-round-2015/5/


The stock Fans that came with the h100i.
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

What are you using for intake and exhaust fans? I am assuming the H100i is top mounted as exhaust?

Just an FYI - adding fans to slim rads does nothing more than take up space and add noise, as clearly shown here - http://www.xtremerigs.net/2015/02/11/radiator-round-2015/5/

Maybe with high speed fans, but your linked data shows that the Koolance HX-CU1020V (a 30 fpi slim rad, which is similar fin density to an AIO rad) with 1300 RPM fans gains 19% performance from going push/pull, and actually beats the top performing push-only EK XE360 (which is thicker than a push/pull slim rad). Furthermore, the XE360 only gains 14% performance by going push/pull.

Also, that test was done with GT AP15s, so I would expect a greater difference between push-only and push/pull when using lesser fans.
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