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post #1 of 20
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ok guys, rig is as listed below...

1.325vcore...100% stable...3.2ghz, 400fsb

my idle is 39C...dual orthos is about 56-57C...

ambient is 25C...

for my ambient temp...does this sound a little high? i've lapped the tuniq with 400-2000grit on glass...i have no problems really...and remounting would be a *****...the tuniq makes the removable mobo tray useless...but, if you guys think i could achieve better temps...i will do it...

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post #2 of 20
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might as well throw up a couple pics...adding the two 12cm fans really helped with the temps...i achieved about an -8C drop by removing the back slots and adding that fan that blows across the video card...



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hey canna - sorry, can't check the pics cos of the firewall at work. can you add them as attachments so i can maybe help with this...

btw - how's the patriot RAM - i just got, but haven't installed yet...
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i absolutely love the ram...it's taken everything i've thrown at it with 0 problems...i'm a patriot fan for life...
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post #5 of 20
i think it would benefit your airflow more if you made that bottom PCI slot fan so it blew air out of the case, not draw it in.

try it and see
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doesn't heat rise though?

i'll change it and see what happens
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post #7 of 20
Better airflow through your case is a must, that 80mm ain't cuttin it.

What have you got for front intake?

EDIT> Also looks like alot of dust trapped between the fins.
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post #8 of 20
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there are two 80mm intakes...

turning the bottom 120 around to exhaust raised temps about 2-4C...i turned it back around...

so now there are two 80mm intakes, 1 120mm intake, 2 80mm exhaust and the psu blowing out air with a 120mm fan...


still haven't gotten an answer to my original question...are my temps high for a tuniq with that ambient temp?
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Originally Posted by j_canna View Post
there are two 80mm intakes...

turning the bottom 120 around to exhaust raised temps about 2-4C...i turned it back around...

so now there are two 80mm intakes, 1 120mm intake, 2 80mm exhaust and the psu blowing out air with a 120mm fan...


still haven't gotten an answer to my original question...are my temps high for a tuniq with that ambient temp?

With an Ambient of 25°c, yes ithink your temps are too high.

You probably need a fan attached to the TT, the only thing is the rear 80mm will not be able to exhaust the air at a high enough rate.
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post #10 of 20
thats way hotter than mine (same temps if folding or orthos). You only have to run one instance of Orthos (it works both cores)
did you use the as5 vertical line ?




My temps with my zalman 9500 (supposedly a inferior cooler to the tt120) were better at 3.6 ghz then yours is at 3.2:

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