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post #18631 of 28252
Sounds like you need to replace the cooler again. Yes, it happens sometimes when they don't work out of the box. It can happen to any electronic component.

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post #18632 of 28252
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So I did the reseat, I am getting 55c now. The thing is I returned my previous H60 which was hitting 30c but then the screw broke. So now the replaced H60 ran at 70c then now after the reseat, 55c. Could it be the pump itself? I positioned the H60 exactly the way it was the first time but the temps are 25c apart.
Make sure that the pump is running at 100% all of the time, meaning plug the power connector from the pump straight into the power supply not the MB or controller....you may not be running the pump at 100%...just check to make sure...that would cause it to run hotter if your only running the pump at 60%....also, make sure your fan(s) are plugged into the MB for cpu....and that they are running 100%....
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So I did the reseat, I am getting 55c now. The thing is I returned my previous H60 which was hitting 30c but then the screw broke. So now the replaced H60 ran at 70c then now after the reseat, 55c. Could it be the pump itself? I positioned the H60 exactly the way it was the first time but the temps are 25c apart.
Having a H60 run at 30c first then now its up in the 55c. This is just idle temps too. 70c was just extremely hot for idle.
Does these all-in-one ever come doa or half dead?
Are you running the Dual Mount or Quad Mount bracket?

Dual mount is okay but Quad mount gets better contact. I don't know if the Intel setup is strictly quad. I know that the AMD setup can be either or, but I'm not sure about the Intel setup. Just a random useless thought.

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post #18634 of 28252
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Ok So I have the H60 set up in my corsair 650D as an exhuast. Cpu is i7 920 but then idle temp is running at around 70c? That does not sound right to me at all. Anyone have any ideas on this?

Having a H60 run at 30c first then now its up in the 55c. This is just idle temps too. 70c was just extremely hot for idle.
Does these all-in-one ever come doa or half dead?

Pothing's nerfect.
However, you dropped your temp by 20c doing the reseat, so I have to lean toward it not being installed properly. Can you connect the pump directly to a MOLEX psu connector to ensure that it is running at 100%? I can't seem to find any data on the speed of the H60- pump. The H50 and H70 run at about 1400 RPM.

I have attached a pic of how the block should be installed.

However, here's a fellow who got a bad one:
http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=94960

So, that could be you too.

You should get good temps at idle even if the fan is running slow, but you'll get poor temps if the pump is not running at 100%. The H60 comes with a PWM fan, so it's OK to plug it into the CPU FAN header and let the BIOS control it.

If nothing the peeps here tell you helps getting it working again, RMA it and rest assured that multiple returns is not normal for the H60.
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post #18635 of 28252
hello, i hope i can post here even if i am not a member yet

i just have some questions. i am a long time hyper 212+ user (very satisfied) but i decided to jump to h60 because it is now cheap and i need to use my 212+ on another pc. anyway, questions!

1) i have a haf 922 and if i do a push/pull intake, any suggestions on how the case fans need to be positioned?

2) if i do push/pull exhaust is it really that bad?

3) are the fans on the rad pwm fans or do they need to always run at 100%? if they are pwms, can i use cm blademaster?
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post #18636 of 28252
the fans are both PWM
u can mount the radiator on the exhaust fan at the back of the case, its very simple.
it will work fine with just one fan, push pull will be under your own temperature preference

the pump needs to be at 100% all the time. i run mine on a special plug on my CHV, it is made for this kind of hookup, but
any chassi fan hookup that u can run at 100% is perfect =)

NOTE: the radiator on the h60 is very thin, and cools like a champ, im folding right now maxed out on an overclocked 2.8 Phenom II x3 @ 3.5ghz, and its at 30c full load. with prime it never touches 35c
post #18637 of 28252
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hello, i hope i can post here even if i am not a member yet

i just have some questions. i am a long time hyper 212+ user (very satisfied) but i decided to jump to h60 because it is now cheap and i need to use my 212+ on another pc. anyway, questions!

1) i have a haf 922 and if i do a push/pull intake, any suggestions on how the case fans need to be positioned?

2) if i do push/pull exhaust is it really that bad?

3) are the fans on the rad pwm fans or do they need to always run at 100%? if they are pwms, can i use cm blademaster?
Sure you can

1) This depends on your system, but try and balance the overall exhaust/intake of the case. You probably dont need to make any changes.

2) Not at all, in fact I prefer it. The temperatures will be near identical but you wont be blowing all that hot air from the CPU all over the motherboard (the VRMs and RAM in particular).

3) The fans work just as they would on a heatsink, changing the fan speed which change the cooling power. As such, you can use PWM fans.
NB. the pump attaches to a motherboard header (3-pin) and must be set to 100%.
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post #18638 of 28252
i just got my h60 and am disappointed that it barely keeps my cpu in acceptable temps

i might have done something wrong wit the install but i have reseated it 3 times

cpu is cooler when its in exhaust

goes past 55C with prime running in less than 10 seconds.

my 212+ kept it at a nice 53 degrees with prime. should i return the h60 or get better fans for push pull
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post #18639 of 28252
You really need push/pull to be driving that 4Ghz OC. And some good fans at that.
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You really need push/pull to be driving that 4Ghz OC. And some good fans at that.
so my 212+ with 1 fan is better than the h60?
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