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post #31 of 91
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2 much AS5 or if all else fails the cooler may be defect. I very much doubt that tho. Refit it, start over.

Btw is the fan spinning inside for a start lol?
If you have the Tuniq Tower attached properly, it would operate at around the stock cooler temperatures without a fan. I forgot to power up my fan when I rebuilt my computer after a move. Ran it for a month that way before I figured out why I was idling in the 30s.
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post #32 of 91
Is it facing the wrong way? Here is how it should look.
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Is it facing the wrong way? Here is how it should look.
That wouldn't make much of a difference in my opinion.
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post #34 of 91
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That wouldn't make much of a difference in my opinion.

For air flow it would. The fan would blow hot air back toward the harddrives instead of blowing it to the exaust fans in the back of the case.
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its the other way because i couldnt fit the other way


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Is it facing the wrong way? Here is how it should look.
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post #36 of 91
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its the other way because i couldnt fit the other way
That made almost no sense.

You are saying that it is opposite of mine? If it is, it is blowing warm air back into the case, which will create more heat, this = higher case temps.
post #37 of 91
just take the fan out and flip it around so it blows to the back
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post #38 of 91
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just take the fan out and flip it around so it blows to the back
Why didn't I think of that.
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Why didn't I think of that.
Noob.
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post #40 of 91
I never owned a Tuniq, but my Big Typhoon had the same problem. If it mounts the same, make sure you tighten all the screws evenly. If you tighten one side to much before the other side is tight the cooler will sit sideways and only make contact on one side.

EDIT: I see it does mount the same. Try re-seating the whole thing. Tighten the screws in a clockwise fashion. Turning each screw 2 rotations until it's tight. That should keep the cooler flat on the CPU.
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