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My idle temps w/ my 2600k are around 30C. Don't forget that these chips have Turbo Boost so when your CPU is idling it is underclocked. While my cpu is idling it is at 1600mhz.
Thats not not turbo boost, thats speed step. Turbo boost overclocks one core to 4.6 (2600k), and speed step underclocks your CPU according to what windows sees.
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Thats not not turbo boost, thats speed step. Turbo boost overclocks one core to 4.6 (2600k), and speed step underclocks your CPU according to what windows sees.
ahh yes, sorry.
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Don't be, thats how I learned LOL
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Well you're lucky you got it easy. I cannot order one due to the fact hearing it doesn't fit Antec 1200 and i don't wanna replace my bad boy fan for just that cooler cuz heat rises. I may have to consider a new tower in the future but i don't wanna get anything. I wish Corsair could have invented a special sealed cooler where you can de-attach the tubes and re-attach them to your liking cuz most cases have hole ports ready for custom water cooling. I would most much like to see self sealed coolants to be mounted on the back rear of most cases instead of having to install it inside if you cannot take them off.

I know custom water is the only way to go but i lack the idea of maintenance anyways. I clean my filters but doing distilled water cleaning is just too much hassle for me. Just my 2 cent. Growl.. i want a H100.
Now that would be cool if their manufacturer teamed up with Koolance to do do QD fittings. All end user would have to do is mount to the back/top/front and run the hoses to the CPU. Really wouldn't want it the hoses attached to the block since it could be awkward trying to get them to attach to the Radiator.

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Is it wise to get a Fan Controller for the H70 to increase the RPMs a bit and possibly get lower temps? I've tried searching around and a couple people said not to get Fan controllers for the H70, but I really can't find any info on it.

Right now I'm currently running stock H70 fans and not looking to upgrade the fans, just wondering if it's ok to use a fan controller? Also, any recommendations? I would need it to fit in the 3.5" bay as I have my H70 modded to intake from the front area where my 5.25" bays are.
Fan controllers work fine on the H70. I don't know why anyone would tell you not to use one.

However, a fan controller is not going to increase the speed of the fans. The H70 fans are rated at 1900 RPM and a fan controller will not increase that.

If you are using the cables with the resistors in them, remove them. The resistors will run the fans at about 1600 RPM, removing them will bring the fans up to 1900 RPM.

If you want higher RPM and static pressure you will have to change the fans.

There's a great list of fans in the OP (page 1). If you're only interested in more cooling and higher flow, you should try and get the highest static pressure you can get in a high flow fan. Just remember they're usually noisy at higher speeds.

Adding a fan controller so you can adjust the speeds is really a no brainer. Go tell that to the people who told you not to use a controller on the H70. Tell them that before giving advice they should know something about it.
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However, a fan controller is not going to increase the speed of the fans. The H70 fans are rated at 1900 RPM and a fan controller will not increase that.

If you want higher RPM and static pressure you will have to change the fans.
Damn. I really didn't want to change the fans...oh well, maybe at a later date
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i just build my rig 2 days ago and im having troubles , im not sure if its the H70 or psu

my rig sometimes start and sometimes don't.
When my rig start the H70 its silent.
When my rig doesn't start the H70 is loud

and my CPU Temp says 51 at BIOS is it a normal temp with H70 and i7 2600k?should be more lower ?

anyone could help here
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i just build my rig 2 days ago and im having troubles , im not sure if its the H70 or psu

my rig sometimes start and sometimes don't.
When my rig start the H70 its silent.
When my rig doesn't start the H70 is loud

and my CPU Temp says 51 at BIOS is it a normal temp with H70 and i7 2600k?should be more lower ?

anyone could help here
try reseat it and check temps again...
as for loudness thats normal
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try reseat it and check temps again...
as for loudness thats normal
well i think you didn't directly answer my questions =/

I wanna know why sometimes my rig start and sometimes don't,if it has something with the H70
Edited by Zangetsu - 8/10/11 at 11:44pm
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i just build my rig 2 days ago and im having troubles , im not sure if its the H70 or psu

my rig sometimes start and sometimes don't.
When my rig start the H70 its silent.
When my rig doesn't start the H70 is loud

and my CPU Temp says 51 at BIOS is it a normal temp with H70 and i7 2600k?should be more lower ?

anyone could help here
My H70 didn't make any noise at all (other than the fans). I have an H50 in another case that's louder than the H70.

I think you should reseat it for sure. Something's not right. If you have a multimeter you can easily measure the PSU. Make sure everything is plugged in snug and reseat the H70 to make sure is has good contact with the CPU. 51 in the BIOS is not killer hot, but I would expect it to be lower since the system is idling. It's hard to say, but the H70 definitely should not be loud (other than the fans). One of them will have to be subbed if you have no meter.




I have completed my H70 vs H100 comparison. The complete story is on this page:

http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...l#post14541003

So I don't duplicate everything here I'll just provide the link. I am getting a 7c difference between the H70 and the H100 loaded. For further detail see the link.
Edited by Mergatroid - 8/10/11 at 11:53pm
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