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Originally Posted by Curleyyy View Post

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?

That seems a touch high to me. My 4770K hits mid 80s on Prime 95 with a 4.5GHz o/c. I'm using the original H100, so I would have thought your temps would be about 3-5c lower than mine.
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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?

This would depend on your board. If your CPU Power connector, and the RAM, are not mounted too high on your board, you might be able to get the rad to fit inside the case.

You will have to measure from the top of your cpu power socket and the top of your RAM to the top of the 600T in order to discover if the rad will fit inside. Either that, or talk to someone with the same board you have who is also using a 600T and get them to measure for you.

Of course, you can always use the off-set trick, where you off-set the rad to the left. This works, but a slight amount of the rad gets obscured and you can only line up three screw holes (from what I hear, I haven't tried it myself). You can always ask in the 600T thread and see if anyone there has tried it. I do remember one guy who moded his case so he could put the rad up top with the fans inside, but of course he couldn't put the top cover back on because the rad was too thick.
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Hi all,

I am just new to this forum, found a lot of interesting tips for my Corsair H80i. I have one strange issue with the LED color and Corsair Link in Windows 8.1. I am using the 2.5.5146 beta of Corsair Link and the LED configuration is set on only the RED channel (R=255, G=0, B=0). However, upon bootup the color on the pump isn't red, it's more pink. So blue seems to be in it. When I open all the RGB faders from 0 to 255, and set them back to 0 accept for the RED channel the pump is bright red again. What could be the problem?
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Now I know why my H75 temp wasn't so good. When I look at the fan RPM at HwiNFO, it only run between 1367 - 1404 RPM. Looks like although I plug the fan to CPU Fan on my asrock z87 extreme4, it always on constant low speed, my setting on UEFI is on standard mode. I thought that it automatically adjust the fan speed on that standard mode, but on asrock motherboard look like you have to manually configured fan speed percentage on custom mode so the fan speed can change depend on the temperature.
Man, it much simple on my old z77 msi motherboard. Set to auto and the fan adjust it speed automatically.
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Here's my H75 running as intake on my 250d, single fan only. Using scythe glidestream 1900 RPM PWM and some gelid GC extreme. Temps at Idle are 28C and 68C under Prime95 SFF load on my 2700k @ 4.5Ghz. I really like this cooler, especially the aesthetics over the i series. I originally had it mounted as intake on the side towards the front with one stock h75 fan and the other side fan with the second stock fan as exhaust. Also had a white LED 200mm corsair fan from the 600T on the front, but it didn't produce the lighting effect i wanted, and the temps were about 5C higher overall. So I went this route instead and I am very pleased.





Edited by kolo7127 - 3/31/14 at 11:42am
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Hey all, I have an old H50, and I am wondering if there is much performance difference between it, and the H75?

I currently have my H50 custom rigged/mounted with zip ties inside my unused 5.25 bays, with a pair of AP-15 1850rpm Gentle Typhoon's mounted on the rad in push/pull configuration... with a single case fan mounted on the 5.25 grills, pull air in and pushing it into the 5.25 bays to be sucked through by the h50's GT fans.

My H50 is sufficient, as my 2500K is running 24/7 at 4.6ghz and barely breaking a sweat, but if I can get it cooled down just a little more then I'm confident that I might be able to keep it stable 24/7 at 4.8ghz or maybe even a little more...

Catch is, I don't have room for a dual 120 rad like the H100's etc have, so a single 120 is best... would I get any better performance out of the H75, or should I consider saving for the H80 and its thicker Rad?
     
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Hey all, I have an old H50, and I am wondering if there is much performance difference between it, and the H75?

I currently have my H50 custom rigged/mounted with zip ties inside my unused 5.25 bays, with a pair of AP-15 1850rpm Gentle Typhoon's mounted on the rad in push/pull configuration... with a single case fan mounted on the 5.25 grills, pull air in and pushing it into the 5.25 bays to be sucked through by the h50's GT fans.

My H50 is sufficient, as my 2500K is running 24/7 at 4.6ghz and barely breaking a sweat, but if I can get it cooled down just a little more then I'm confident that I might be able to keep it stable 24/7 at 4.8ghz or maybe even a little more...

Catch is, I don't have room for a dual 120 rad like the H100's etc have, so a single 120 is best... would I get any better performance out of the H75, or should I consider saving for the H80 and its thicker Rad?

I did a bunch of research before purchasing my H75, and from what i found was that the H75 is very comparable to the H80i as far as performance is concerned. Depending on which review i was looking at sometimes the H75 edged out the H80i and vise versa. That being said the H75 will save some extra space, looks better, is quieter, and imho has the more reliable asetek block and pump. It just doesn't have the corsair link or an LED. Now if we're all under the agreement that the H80i performs better than the H50, I would personally go with the H75 I believe its a little cheaper and has matching performance. Though I'm guessing from H50 to H75 or H80i you'll only get a few degrees better temps if any at all. 4.8 GHz can sometimes take a large jump in voltage. For my 2700k from 4.5@1.29v to 4.8@1.39v my temps were about 10C higher.
Edited by kolo7127 - 3/31/14 at 2:32pm
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Just curious, does Corsair have most of the bugs ironed out with Corsair Link? I was thinking about upgrading to the H100i but I don't want to get stuck with a buggy product.
Also, is there any temperature/noise difference between the H100i and the H105?
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I've did a bunch of research before purchasing my H75, and from what i found was that the H75 is very comparable to the H80i as far as performance is concerned. Depending on which review i was looking at sometimes the H75 edged out the H80i and vise versa. That being said the H75 will save some extra space, looks better, is quieter, and imho has the more reliable asetek block and pump. It just doesn't have the corsair link or an LED. Now if we're all under the agreement that the H80i performs better than the H50, I would personally go with the H75 I believe its a little cheaper and has matching performance. Though I'm guessing from H50 to H75 or H80i you'll only get a few degrees better temps if any at all. 4.8 GHz can sometimes take a large jump in voltage. For my 2700k from 4.5@1.29v to 4.8@1.39v my temps were about 10C higher.

Interesting...

Either way sounds like it would be an upgrade worth considering. It also does look like it will mount better in my Storm Scout then my current H50, so I'll stick it on my list for future upgrade considerations.
     
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I did a bunch of research before purchasing my H75, and from what i found was that the H75 is very comparable to the H80i as far as performance is concerned. Depending on which review i was looking at sometimes the H75 edged out the H80i and vise versa. That being said the H75 will save some extra space, looks better, is quieter, and imho has the more reliable asetek block and pump. It just doesn't have the corsair link or an LED. Now if we're all under the agreement that the H80i performs better than the H50, I would personally go with the H75 I believe its a little cheaper and has matching performance. Though I'm guessing from H50 to H75 or H80i you'll only get a few degrees better temps if any at all. 4.8 GHz can sometimes take a large jump in voltage. For my 2700k from 4.5@1.29v to 4.8@1.39v my temps were about 10C higher.

When I was running a Core 2 Quad with an H70, I upgraded to an H100 and had a 7c performance improvement. The H70 at the time out performed the H50 by a few degrees, so I would expect a pretty decent improvement from an H50 to an H75 or H80i.

Can't help you with the Corsair software. I can say there seems to have been fewer and fewer complaints lately.
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I was just guessing h50 to h75i, h100i has double the radiator surface area. Like I said a few degrees, but didnt want to be caught up if it didnt change, so i left room for error biggrin.gif
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