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The H45, as you noticed, is not an Asetek or CoolIT made product. It's currently in OEM only mode in the US which I think is a big mistake given how well it performs as a CPU cooler given the price but I guess they don't want to see it hurt sales of their other AIOs.
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Originally Posted by yenclas View Post

I think I have a problem mounting it. Reseating didn't help and have 90° in aida stress test.

My motheboard is Asus Maximus Hero viii. Anyone with tis AIO and this motheboard ?

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If I touch radiator isn't hot.... i reseated pum 3 times and nothing changes. The pump is at 3200 rpm. Probably fault item ?
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I tried to put the backplate from my old Noctua D15 without clean and replace thermal paste to try it fast, and now max core temp is 80º !!! 10ºC cooler than backplate from Corsair ......

What is the problem ?
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Originally Posted by yenclas View Post

I tried to put the backplate from my old Noctua D15 without clean and replace thermal paste to try it fast, and now max core temp is 80º !!! 10ºC cooler than backplate from Corsair ......

What is the problem ?

This is the temp I got when OC 6700K to 4.6Ghz with H115i. What do you think? frown.gif

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This is the temp I got when OC 6700K to 4.6Ghz with H115i. What do you think? frown.gif

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Ok, this temp seems acceptable, but my problem is an issue with the original backplate from corsair. > 90ºC frown.gif
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If I touch radiator isn't hot.... i reseated pum 3 times and nothing changes. The pump is at 3200 rpm. Probably fault item ?

Try rotating then pump 90 degrees and reinstall it again.
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ok ive got a funny ?..no time to research right now...whats the h100i's pump suppose to run at full tilt? with just the power from the psu???
i got around to finaly test out the unit i have (brand new sealed in the box) on a mates setup so i could confirm it works correctly and if itll outperform his phtc14pe....(wich it couldnt by a mile long)....idle temps on h100i was in the mid 30s to almost 40s...loads were up to the 50-70s..fans running full tilt...his phanteks cooler...idle mid 20s...loads 40-50s....
cpu is i7 3770k..pste used both times...AS5...method...line with 4 small dots around the line..very thinly....
we hooked up the rpm cable for the h cooler..all bios fans controls disabled ...pump runs at 18-2000rpm....isnt this a tad low????
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Fixed !!!

Added metal washers in backplate, delidded my 6700K, reseated with thermal paste Promilatech PK-1 and max temp in (x264 Stability Test (64bit)) 64º at 4.700Mhz and 1,42 vcore with radiators fans at min !!! smile.gif
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My h100i v2 pump runs at ~2800rpm fwiw.
    
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Fixed !!!

Added metal washers in backplate, delidded my 6700K, reseated with thermal paste Promilatech PK-1 and max temp in (x264 Stability Test (64bit)) 64º at 4.700Mhz and 1,42 vcore with radiators fans at min !!! smile.gif

I'm not brave enough to delid but what size washer did you use and how did you prevent shorts?
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