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Hello

Right now I have a H60 which is doing good but I'm thinking of going to a H80i

Would it be worth it?
Well its double the rad size. I would say you might see a slight change.
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Well its double the rad size. I would say you might see a slight change.
Slight Change? 3-4 degrees?
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Well its double the rad size. I would say you might see a slight change.
Slight Change? 3-4 degrees?
I would say so. 3-4 maybe more. Depends. Check out some reviews and stuff and compare.
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Does anyone know if the H100 mounting plate is compatible with the H100i?

If you're referring to the back plate, it should fit. If you're referring to the bracket on the front, not likely.
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Hey all,
Having an issue with an H80 2011 on a ASUS P9X79 Mobo - would you mind to check it out and see if you can provide any insight to my issue? Thanks for any and all assistance!
Overheating Issue

Try turning the block 90 degrees. On my H100 I was going to install the block upright, but after installing it I could see between the block and the CPU. Turns out there were some capacitors near the CPU socket that the block was hitting. When I turned it 90 degrees so it was sideways, I got full contact and the capacitors were no longer an issue.

Also, make sure your pump is running at 100%. You should be able to see how fast it's running if you have it plugged into a fan header (use Fanspeed to check the RPM, or use your BIOS).

Make sure your fans are both pointing in the same direction. We have seen people install them wrong, with both fans blowing into or away from the rad. One should be blowing into the rad, and the other away from the rad.
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Hi guys, I need an info about H80, could I put it on i5-2400 under PSU Corsair CX600? It will be the similar setup like this from unixwizzrd http://cdn.overclock.net/5/52/52dcbe14_vbattach129888.jpeg, I have some **** case from local manufacteur http://i.imgur.com/ziqeW.jpg, which has space for PSU on upper side.. thnx for reply.. thumb.gif
Edited by blizzard232 - 12/18/12 at 3:22pm
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Hi guys, I need an info about H80, could I put it on i5-2400k under PSU Corsair CX600? It will be the similar setup like this from unixwizzrd http://cdn.overclock.net/5/52/52dcbe14_vbattach129888.jpeg, I have some **** case from local manufacteur http://i.imgur.com/ziqeW.jpg, which has space for PSU on upper side.. thnx for reply.. thumb.gif
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sry, just i5-2400
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I wouldn't see why not. Your psu air flow may be blocked a bit but I doubt it would matter.
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So far from my testing, cutting out the fan grate has actually done nothing for temps :/. I havn't done the extensive tests I did last time because I have my dual SP120's on there and I'm getting identical temps as I did before. The ambient temp is +- 2F, and at load I got 69, which is actually 1 higher than with the grate on. I'm assuming my ambient temp is the key here, although I can definitively say the computer is quieter quieter now than before, so in my opinion it has been worthwhile to do just for noise alone.

The only thing I did change was turn my front intake fan down 1 click (realistically might have made a difference) as well as instal a better top exhaust fan which could also be changing the airflow enough around the rad fans which might be causeing them to suck less air... Will have to experiment with this one.

Also, I gata say, it the case looks so much better in person than these pix show. Might have to bust out a real camera for this one. So that combined with noise reduction is worth it.






Next possible step before either giving up or buying an H80i would be this:
http://www.overclock.net/t/647943/guide-h50-replace-tubes-and-res-mod#post_8175181
Edited by {EAC} Shoot em UP - 12/19/12 at 12:34am
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Is corsair 550D suitable case for H100?
    
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