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Woah dude. Try using less TIM next time.

Looks really nice though. I'm considering getting the NH-C12P.
You really think I used to much TIM? It's MX-2... maybe that's why its 31-33 in windows. Reseating is definitely in order before OCing.
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how did u take em doors off the case?

i have tried but been too fragile
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The reason for the disparity between your BIOS temperature and Coretemp is that the BIOS reads the temperature off the surface of the chip, not the core.

And 33c on your core isn't bad at all, depending on your ambient. When it's around 25c in our room, my Thermalright SI-128 SE with a Panaflo H1 at full blast doesn't do any better.
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The reason for the disparity between your BIOS temperature and Coretemp is that the BIOS reads the temperature off the surface of the chip, not the core.

And 33c on your core isn't bad at all, depending on your ambient. When it's around 25c in our room, my Thermalright SI-128 SE with a Panaflo H1 at full blast doesn't do any better.
ahhh thanks. well, in tests they show it idling at 26/27 degrees for a quad core, and i'm getting around 30 degrees after the reseat, i have 1 fan on the acutal heatsink in push config, but right behind it on the case, i have one 70cfm pulling and one above the heatsink pulling... maybe i should take the back fan off and see what it does. rep+ for info!
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What ambient temperature are they in? If they're under 20c, those temperatures are probably no better than your own if you're in the mid-20s. That might be an open test bed as well, which can contribute to lower temperatures even further. GPU heat doesn't travel up to the CPU in an open test bed, and you have the benefit of immediately fresh air.
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What ambient temperature are they in? If they're under 20c, those temperatures are probably no better than your own if you're in the mid-20s. That might be an open test bed as well, which can contribute to lower temperatures even further. GPU heat doesn't travel up to the CPU in an open test bed, and you have the benefit of immediately fresh air.
they used some cheapo case, an 8600 gt [which is the same card i have for my e6400 rig the noctua is in], and the same fan it comes with. they have it on an x6800 [dual core, not quad, sorry]. hrmm.. 2 degrees lower on load then my computer with the same ambient [72 degrees] and idle 4 degrees lower then me. i got 2 degrees lower when i reseated with less thermal paste, im using MX-2, and double checked all the fans blowing in the same direction. maybe my chip just runs hot? but 2.9 on stock voltage, 40 load ain't bad i say. im going to reseat some more, see what i can do. maybe use some AS5, since that's what they used instead of MX-2.

edit - from the reviews i read, it doesn't like thinner paste. so i'm gonna hunt for some AS5 and see how the AS5 performs. if it performs on par without burn in, then burn in will yield better results, we'll see!
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The real question is how quiet it is. Those fans are supposed to be whisper quiet.
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The real question is how quiet it is. Those fans are supposed to be whisper quiet.
From what I can hear, it's damn near whisper quiet. I actually have a pretty awesome voice recorder, I'll measure the sound just for you. Right now I have a P180 Case for this computer:

[2x] Scythe SFF21F Case Fans (63.7 CFM/28 dBA) [one in the front, one right behind the HDD tray]
[2x]Scythe SFF21F Case Fans (63.7 CFM/28 dBA) fans in the back, one on the back right next to heatsink and one on the top.

I'll unplug the fans/GPU [cause it has a mini fan] and just leave the heatsink fan on and post tonight [late, like 9:30 pm pacific time] the sound results . i still have to cut the grates out, but i don't know anyone with a dremel :[
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I forget what i idle at, i'll have to check it out later (thats my other rig)

but i remember 3.4ghz in push pull 1.4v was 45c load on an e6400
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