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post #21 of 59
ahh, you posted yours while i was posting mine. make your blowhole an exhaust. that should help.
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post #22 of 59
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nah it's set up with the rear fan as an exhaust and there's a top case fan as an intake and a front case fan as an intake i mean my ambient's aren't that great either
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post #23 of 59
i really think that top fan should be an exhaust. your case looks kind of cramped. i think you should do anything you can to pull air from the bottom of the case to the top. you have an open side vent, so you shouldn't be worried about intake.

i understand that my case has much better ventilation than yours, but i have higher ambient temps than you and a smaller CPU heatsink. even when it's 100 degrees outside and i don't have the air conditioner on (yes, i'm cheap), i have yet to go higher than 50-51 degrees while stressing my CPU.
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post #24 of 59
yeah, make your top fan exaust...heat rises...that might help a bit, but still something doesn't seem right....did you make sure to wipe any of the old thermal paste off with an alcohol swab before you put AS5 on it? I always do it to both my heat sink and processor just to make sure there is absolutely nothing on either
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post #25 of 59
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yeap we wiped it off real good got a old wash cloth ( i have tons of em from my pops motel ) and my bro does a neater job puttin the crap on then me and we both got the same temps.... so im gonna switch the top fan as an exhaust and see how it goes with that probably not much of a diff
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post #26 of 59
tell me how it goes. looking at your case, i imagine the top intake probably just pushes air straight into your power supply without moving air over any other part of your computer. front fans like yours usually don't push very much air because they're up against a wall. i imagine the air moving through your case and i can picture how that giant Tuniq might not be getting all the fresh air it needs. this may not solve your problem, but it certainly won't hurt.
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post #27 of 59
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well i got the fan as an exhaust no diff whatsoever lol
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Just a thought here... have you messed with the BIOS settings at all?

What are your voltages?
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all my stuff is at stock right now except memory and that's at 5-5-5-12 1.9v
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post #30 of 59
Have you disabled Motherboard fan control so that it's always blowing at full speed?

The Tuniq base is straight ugly. I can't believe how grungy it looks. Was yours used? Makes me appreciate my cooler more...
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