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Nice, this is reassure me. I just bought corsair H75 yesterday. It's has not been installed cuz I don't have time yesterday because of my work, maybe I'll install it tonight.

That's great. I hope you enjoy it. Personally, I love the neatness a water cooler gives to a build, just sporting the block on the CPU and no large heatsink.

Let us know how you like it.
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That's great. I hope you enjoy it. Personally, I love the neatness a water cooler gives to a build, just sporting the block on the CPU and no large heatsink.

Let us know how you like it.
I already installed it on my case yesterday night, not too easy like my first thought, but it's done smile.gif. One of my 4670K hottest core is 49C when I'm running 3DMark @ stock clock, my room is warm last night and I don't have AC.

Oh yes, I want to ask. The fan that included with H75 is PWM right? In terms of performance with SP120 which is better? Because I had SP120 dual pack that not yet to be use. Sorry if it been asked before.
Edited by Maggots - 3/25/14 at 5:50pm
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49c on stock on load?! damn that's hot! now i start to feel like getting h100i was a right choice after all
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Hey guys!
My name is Andrew and I am trying to design a bracket for using Corsair Hydro series coolers on a GPU. Check it out here if you're interested: http://www.overclock.net/t/1476839/gpu-brackets-for-mounting-antec-620-920-and-corsair-h50-70-110#post_22008497

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49c on stock on load?! damn that's hot! now i start to feel like getting h100i was a right choice after all
Yeah I don't why but that is the max temp one of the core record by HWiNFO. It's not much different than when I'm using enermax ETS-T40 on my old 3570K @ stock clock, truth is I'm a bit disappointed with the temperature H75 reached. I don't know it's because haswell is running more hotter than ivy or my room temperature frown.gif
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I bought an H100 for a temporary watercool set up until I get a 900D (using the Storm Trooper as a temerorary case).

I got excited when I got the box from NewEgg yesterday, only to find a bag full of glycol frown.gif
Got an RMA..hopefully I can get a replacement soon that won't be messed up. I guess I'll be going back to the stock Intel fan cooler for now.
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I already installed it on my case yesterday night, not too easy like my first thought, but it's done smile.gif. One of my 4670K hottest core is 49C when I'm running 3DMark @ stock clock, my room is warm last night and I don't have AC.

Oh yes, I want to ask. The fan that included with H75 is PWM right? In terms of performance with SP120 which is better? Because I had SP120 dual pack that not yet to be use. Sorry if it been asked before.

54c isn't bad for a Haswell. My 4770 runs pretty warm on my H100 too, although it's overclocked to 4.5 but it gets quite a bit warmer than 54c (like 30 degrees higher) when running Prime95.

I know my old socket 775 core 2 quad with a stock Intel fan would easily hit 75c under load. What was your load temp before the H60? If your room is in the 30s for an ambient then 54c is pretty good.

If you feel it's too high, and if your H60 is the one that uses the square block, make sure it's not touching anything around the cpu socket. It's common for the block to hit some capacitors that are situated close to the cpu socket so the block doesn't seat 100%. You can correct this by turning the block 90 degrees and remounting it.

Many of us have found that adding some washers to the back plate so the screw posts don't stick so far through the board will increase the pressure on the block for better temps. Those red fiber/paper washers you see with a lot of computer hardware will do the job, although you might have to make the inside of the washer a touch wider (easily done with an exacto-knife or one side of a pair of scissors twirling around the inside of the washer like a drill bit).

As for your fan, if you install just one, I don't think you will see much difference in temps. If you install both (if you have the space) in push/pull, you might see up to a 3c difference.

Also make sure your BIOS is set to control the 4-pin PWM fan using your motherboard fan header, and if you have different fan modes, go for the most aggressive one so it will get the fan up to max RPMs under max load. You should have gotten some software with your motherboard that will let you see your fan RPM while you're loading it.
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54c isn't bad for a Haswell. My 4770 runs pretty warm on my H100 too, although it's overclocked to 4.5 but it gets quite a bit warmer than 54c (like 30 degrees higher) when running Prime95.

I know my old socket 775 core 2 quad with a stock Intel fan would easily hit 75c under load. What was your load temp before the H60? If your room is in the 30s for an ambient then 54c is pretty good.

If you feel it's too high, and if your H60 is the one that uses the square block, make sure it's not touching anything around the cpu socket. It's common for the block to hit some capacitors that are situated close to the cpu socket so the block doesn't seat 100%. You can correct this by turning the block 90 degrees and remounting it.

Many of us have found that adding some washers to the back plate so the screw posts don't stick so far through the board will increase the pressure on the block for better temps. Those red fiber/paper washers you see with a lot of computer hardware will do the job, although you might have to make the inside of the washer a touch wider (easily done with an exacto-knife or one side of a pair of scissors twirling around the inside of the washer like a drill bit).

As for your fan, if you install just one, I don't think you will see much difference in temps. If you install both (if you have the space) in push/pull, you might see up to a 3c difference.

Also make sure your BIOS is set to control the 4-pin PWM fan using your motherboard fan header, and if you have different fan modes, go for the most aggressive one so it will get the fan up to max RPMs under max load. You should have gotten some software with your motherboard that will let you see your fan RPM while you're loading it.
I'm using H75 not H60, and I do push pull with both fans. I already plug the fan connector to 4 pin CPU FAN on my motherboard
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Running my 3770k @ 4.5Ghz / 1.3v with a h100i and temps are hitting 89c - 96c after about 13+ minutes on Prime95, just wondering if this is normal?
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OK, I've looked high and low and I've not found a clear answer to my question. Will the H105 fit inside the top of a 600T case? I have seen a response on another forum that stated it would fit if the fans were mounted outside of the case in a top-mounted configuration. Anyone know if I can fit the fan and rad inside without clearance issues. I don't have super high profile ram heat sinks but they aren't tiny either: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231503 ...

Anyone know?
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