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I re-seated the cooler, still getting insane temps. I even backed off my overclock, and I still top 85C running OCCT.


I think my cooler isn't doing it's job to the best of it's ability. I've noticed Corsair Link reports my pump running at 2800-3000 rmp but my radiator fans running at only 780 rpm? I have the fan configured in CL to run at a fixed 100% speed. Corsairs website reports these fans are capable of up to 2500 rpm. Whats going on here?

Hi I have a 5820k @4.2 with a H100i with 2x Noctua NF-F12 fans pushing air out of the case. Idles about 15c above room temp. It also has to cope with a 295x2 drawing air into the case in push pull, which sends the heat up to the CPU cooler.

Firstly don't use Prime95 later Intel chips don't like it. If Aida64 can show the CPU at max load that will do.
Just ran Aida64 on mine, stressing the CPU, FPU and Cache temp before (idle) 40c temp during test (max load) 56c

One of the easiest ways to have temps rise in stress test is high volts, what volts are you at, at 4.4?
What is your idle temp? What is the ambient temp? What else have you got in your case creating heat?
 
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I have a reference design blower style RX480

My reference AMD cards blow out the back of the case.
Edited by Mergatroid - 6/30/16 at 8:21am
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That depends on a few things.

If your video card exhausts into your case then you might want the water cooler pulling cool air into your case instead of drawing hot video card air through your water cooler.

On the other hand, if your video card exhausts air out the back of your case, you can let your water cooler push air from inside the case outward. This has a small added advantage of not drawing as much dust into the rad, especially if you have a dust filter on your case where your main cool air intake is located.

One last thing. Intake from outside the case will make the CPU run a few degrees cooler but increase the temp on your video card, chipset and hard drives. Exhausting from inside the case through the rad will make your CPU run a few degrees warmer but allow video card, chipset and hard drive to run a little cooler.

What if I use 4 fan for push-pull configuration, 2 fan for pull air from inside the case, 2 fan for push air outside the case?
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Push pull vs just push or just pull will only make a difference of a couple of degrees. Some people have gotten less than what they hoped for when changing to push pull.
My H100 was push/pull but I found that the temperature difference was so small I decided to remove the two pull fans. I am using a Corsair 600T case so It's hard to get push pull to fit. I actually had to MOD the case a little. It was a lot of work for very little return. On the other hand, if you have room to easily install a push pull system, there's no harm in it and you will get slightly better temps. The only real drawback is the added cost of two more fans and the little bit of extra power they draw, plus the extra wires to rout.
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Push pull vs just push or just pull will only make a difference of a couple of degrees. Some people have gotten less than what they hoped for when changing to push pull.
My H100 was push/pull but I found that the temperature difference was so small I decided to remove the two pull fans. I am using a Corsair 600T case so It's hard to get push pull to fit. I actually had to MOD the case a little. It was a lot of work for very little return. On the other hand, if you have room to easily install a push pull system, there's no harm in it and you will get slightly better temps. The only real drawback is the added cost of two more fans and the little bit of extra power they draw, plus the extra wires to rout.

Thanks, I'm using Phanteks Enthoo Luxe.

I think I will go for push only. biggrin.gif
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I love my H100i but let me tell you I hate the fans that come with it. I had them mounted and a push on top and I had the fan speed set to 1300 fixed woke up and both fans were chirping. So I set them to QUIET and still the same thing these fans are loud and make chirp noises. So I put my stock fans that came with my case in and bam perfect. My case came with 5 built in fans. I am not seeing any temp differences from my the corsair fans to my cheap fans that came with my case. Just overall its quieter

 

this is my case.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811353090

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Wow, that's a really sweet case for the price.
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this case is phenominal its basically a LARGER NZXT S340 rip off but this case is more of a full tower. Its SOLID i means extremely Solid not a single flimsy part of this case at all. comes with 5 preinstalled fans x3 light up blue and x2 non light up top fans. All fans are extremely quiet and move good air. I paid $50.00 and was thinking its gonna be junk because of the price. I sold my NZXT S340 and kept this.

 

there is also a 5 fan speed controller built in

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Yeah, usually at that price you get cheap, flimsy, sharp edges and few accessories. I almost feel like it's too bad I don't need a new case. I do really like my 600T though, and especially the four 5 1/4" drive bays since I have them all in-use.
I like the looks of the DIYPC case as well.
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this case is phenominal its basically a LARGER NZXT S340 rip off but this case is more of a full tower. Its SOLID i means extremely Solid not a single flimsy part of this case at all. comes with 5 preinstalled fans x3 light up blue and x2 non light up top fans. All fans are extremely quiet and move good air. I paid $50.00 and was thinking its gonna be junk because of the price. I sold my NZXT S340 and kept this.

there is also a 5 fan speed controller built in

I have the Phanteks P400. While I really like the case, I feel I sorta made a mistake buying it because it doesn't allow for a top mounted radiator. I knew this before buying it, so I'm not blaming Phanteks. It's just now after completing my build I would like to add a second radiator and I can't. Does the case you have allow room for a rad at the top and front as well as room for a pump/reservoir/custom loop? I really want to liquid cool my GPU because the stock fans are so damn loud and annoying.
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