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Hey guys i just did 1024m wprime , did my temps get too high ? what are your opinions ...Passed with no errors and i know they say under 85c is fine but i still dont like going over 80c

I just reapplied the tim yesterday , hopefully it settles and the temps drop abit or i might have to reapply it .


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guys whats going on?

Ive had my h50 setup wrong by the lucks of it? Ive just watched the corsair h50 setup video from corsair and they are saying your fans should go like this


-------> rad
Airflow as intake from back not outtake?


Currently i have

<----------- rad


???
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just ran cinebench , topped out at 85c thats too high in my books . Im gunna change the thermal paste again =( be back with results.
    
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guys whats going on?

Ive had my h50 setup wrong by the lucks of it? Ive just watched the corsair h50 setup video from corsair and they are saying your fans should go like this


-------> rad
Airflow as intake from back not outtake?


Currently i have

<----------- rad


???
Corsair recommends intake because it makes their cooler look better with most setups. The majority of everyone here would NOT recommend intake rather exhaust if you have it mounted in the back.

I have two video cards and my power supply that all vent hot air out the back and they are below where my H50 would be mounted in my case so intake from back actually gives worse temps for me than exhaust. Front intake works great for me and is where I have kept it. Even if I did not have all the hot air exhausting below where my H50 was I would not put my H50 as intake from the back it isn't worth a few C cooler on my CPU to heat everything else in my case up and screw up the whole air cooling setup for my case. My setup now does put hot air in my case but it pretty much vents it right out the back/top without really getting the chance to heat up my components very much.

If I was you like when I started try all setups you can with your case and then stick with what gives you the results that you want
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just ran cinebench , topped out at 85c thats too high in my books . Im gunna change the thermal paste again =( be back with results.

Your too impatient lol I've personally seen a drop of 5*C when I used AS5 after it fully cured
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Your too impatient lol I've personally seen a drop of 5*C when I used AS5 after it fully cured
LOl yes i am very impatient lol , cant wait 200 hrs =p anywayy on a better note i just reapplied some as5 and whatta ya know ... Look at the difference between high n lows to the pic i posted uptop of this page half an hour ago before i reapplied the thermal paste i hit 80c in wprime and 85c in cinebench .

and now




Thats almost 8c i lost just from reapplying the TIM im pretty happy with those temps until i get some 3krpm fans =D .. I did those test 5 minutes after i applied it so im curious to see now if they will drop more with the curing time .

Awsoomme these are the lowest temps iv achieved so far , nb for a 4.2Ghz overclock with Ht and turbo on .
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LOl yes i am very impatient lol , cant wait 200 hrs =p anywayy on a better note i just reapplied some as5 and whatta ya know ... Look at the difference between high n lows to the pic i posted uptop of this page half an hour ago before i reapplied the thermal paste i hit 80c in wprime and 85c in cinebench .

and now


Thats almost 8c i lost just from reapplying the TIM im pretty happy with those temps until i get some 3krpm fans =D .. I did those test 5 minutes after i applied it so im curious to see now if they will drop more with the curing time .

Awsoomme these are the lowest temps iv achieved so far , nb for a 4.2Ghz overclock with Ht and turbo on .
Thats great Did you use more or less tim this time around? I'll be reseating mine soon after I do some cable sleeving and will give the shin etsu another chance. Last time I applied the shin etsu load temps were 2*C hotter than the OCZ Freeze I replaced. Either I constantly suck at reseating or I'm consistently good at reseating cause I never see more than a 1-2*C difference between reseats :/ lol. Considering my temps arent bad at all and I've probly reseated a few dozen times I'd hate to think I suck
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Thats great Did you use more or less tim this time around? I'll be reseating mine soon after I do some cable sleeving and will give the shin etsu another chance. Last time I applied the shin etsu load temps were 2*C hotter than the OCZ Freeze I replaced. Either I constantly suck at reseating or I'm consistently good at reseating cause I never see more than a 1-2*C difference between reseats :/ lol. Considering my temps arent bad at all and I've probly reseated a few dozen times I'd hate to think I suck
I used a thin line down the hs , a little less this time considering i have my cpu and wb lapped i dont need that much . It worked out for me this time , i hate the plastic back plate that thing is a pos . I need a new one , few more times of taking it off and it will be screwd . The 2 bottom screws just keep turning now cos the washers in the backplate have started screwing themself into the plastic lol i tighten it too hard but i guess u have too to make good contact with your cpu . but yeah reseating is the worst job lol i hate it soo much i always work up a sweat everytime

Iv reseated no word of a lie atleast 20 times , iv tried pea method , line , x method and more i cant think of but the best iv used so far is the line method that the as5 recommends using on the i7 cpu's .. they obviously know what they are talkin about .

so anyone with an i7 using as5 , use a thin vertical line down the centre of the heat spreader for optimal results .. Best to have your cpu and block lapped if ur using only little amounts of thermal paste .
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I've used a complete thin spread of TIM and it's worked very well on my cpu and all my heat pipes on my RE. But as you've said on a lapped setup less is better as there are less voids to fill
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