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I will be getting an H100 as soon as they are released in the UK, cant find one anywhere
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Those differences between cores are normal at quad. At first time i was thinking the same. I double checked it, its mounted proper, compound spreaded well. All fit good. Im thinking about RMA it, but im not sure yet.
There shouldn't be that large of a difference. My Q9650 or any other quad that I've used for that matter has never had much more than a few degrees difference between cores.
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Its for the H-50,70.
it's actually for h50-h80 but the op havent updated the title. i think this one should merge there o.o
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wrong thread :X
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I think Exectioner's setup is fine. Hot air does rise, but it also goes where you force the airflow to go (in his case up his top exhaust). You'll also notice that his gpu exhausts air inside his case, not out the back, so rear intake will give him better temps overall, not just for his cpu.

If he does run it exhaust, he's taking the MUCH hotter air from his gpu through his RAM/NB/VRMs/Rad, which would cause those other components to absorb more heat. This is why I always recommend intake unless you have the blower-type gpus.

My only recommendation is to put your tower towards the middle of the table, so it receives more fresh air and also lessens the chance of it falling.
Bingo... This is the reasoning for the intake setup... No worries, it was only positioned on the edge for pictures...
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What canmera did you use?
Sony 8MP... Nothing special... Lighting played a big factor in the pictures...
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Made two quick 8 min. prime95 runs.

Dunno if the high speed test is 100% fair because i started it right after the medium speed test was finished.

I think the temps would have been a little lower if i mounted it like Corsair has shown.

Will try push/pull soon.


Fans at medium


Fans at high
Hey bud, I was wondering why all your core temps are exactly the same? (is that an AMD thing?)

"Dunno if the high speed test is 100% fair because i started it right after the medium speed test was finished."

That would be why your temps are higher with high speed than they are with medium speed.

I don't think 8 minutes is enough to give us the real story. You're not letting the CPU get as hot as it can. Using prime95 and Furmark I usually need at least a half hour for the temps to stabilize. You should run the test until the temps won't budge and are as high as they will go, then screenshot and click the button to increase the fan speed. You should see the temps decrease. After it is stable screenshot again. I bet 30 minutes at medium and then 15 minutes at high would do the job.

The most interesting thing would have been a comparison of the temps from your H70. It's too bad you didn't have a test before you switched to the H100.
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well, i spent most of the day cleaning my pc and making the shroud config. And after all that i can't see any difference in temps. I kept most everything the same. Kept the H70 as intake, however i did turn it so that the tubes was on bottom instead of the top, would that make any difference??? The new 38mm Ultra Kaze fans blows tons of air through, so i can't figure that one out either . I think i have everything set up properly. I tried to change as little as possible to the rest of the system. With the the shrouds and larger fans i was hoping for at least 3 or 4 degree diff. cooler, but not one drop. Now i guess i will experiment a little with diff. setups. I may ditch the shrouds and just use the Kaze fans and see how that goes, maybe trying it as exhaust too. Should i turn the Rad. back so that the tubes are on top?? actually, pretty disappointed right now. Also, i had to cut a piece of the fan shroud on my 230mm side fan so that the side panel would go back on properly. On a side note, when i first powered on after setup, my idle cpu temps was like 36-38C then after a few minutes returned to normal which is about 30-32C. I've also noticed my NB temps are a little higher too, but i kind of expected that. btw, cpu,NB, and ram are all stock settings. Here are a few pics. One is a before.

Edit: i didn't reseat the pump to cpu, left it alone.
well, i took off the shrouds and just running fans with Rad.(P/P intake) and still no difference in idle temps. They blow lots of air through the Rad. but the idle temps haven't dropped. I was sure expecting a lower temp with the Kaze fans. I haven't tested load temps yet, but i don't have anything OC'ed yet. I will have to OC a little and see if there will be any difference in temps there.
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Wow, that's really too bad. I was thinking about adding an intake shroud to my H70 but seeing how it didn't change your temps I don't think I'll bother (I'm getting a H100 soon anyway).
Um, 38mm? Your first post says your fans are 38mm. Did you mean 120mm?

Those Kaze fans should have shown some performance improvement. It's really odd that you got higher temps when you first turned your system on. Perhaps there's a little air in your H70 system. Have you tried reseating the H70?

I don't think you should reorient your rad. It's actually less likely to have a problem with trapped air if the hoses are not on the top. Technically speaking, there's no problem with having the hoses on the top as Corsair put a system together exactly the same way, but it does make sense not to put them on top if you don't have to.
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Wow, that's really too bad. I was thinking about adding an intake shroud to my H70 but seeing how it didn't change your temps I don't think I'll bother (I'm getting a H100 soon anyway).
Um, 38mm? Your first post says your fans are 38mm. Did you mean 120mm?

Those Kaze fans should have shown some performance improvement. It's really odd that you got higher temps when you first turned your system on. Perhaps there's a little air in your H70 system. Have you tried reseating the H70?

I don't think you should reorient your rad. It's actually less likely to have a problem with trapped air if the hoses are not on the top. Technically speaking, there's no problem with having the hoses on the top as Corsair put a system together exactly the same way, but it does make sense not to put them on top if you don't have to.
Yea, my setup was (2) 120x38mm fans with (2) 120x25mm shrouds. I guess because i turned the Rad. "upside down" from the way i had it may have caused the temperary temp. increase . I didn't try to reseat it because atm i don't have any thermal paste, but may try later on. I'll prob.leave the tubes on bottom for now. I may try setting them as exhaust and see if there is any temp. change that way. I just don't understand how they haven't shown any (idle) temp drop. These fans push a lot of air through the Rad., i was def. hoping for a few degrees difference. I do like the Kaze fans though. I'm thinking about getting a few more for my case.
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