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Because of the animated banner add that has been added to the mobile webpage, I will no longer contribute since I was mostly helping out in my spare time at work, from my phone. If ocn ever removes that banner I may be back to contribute again.
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Originally Posted by n00b2ocing View Post

I'll try a remount if it doesn't improve because those temps at load seemed a bit too high to me but I was told on Reddit that they're fine but I wasn't convinced.

I'm not overclocking at all. Those temps are at stock...

It was probably poor contact between the cooler's colplate and CPU. Once you have reseated the pump, let us know if there are any changes in your temps.
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That's the problem. The stud is in place and it spins when I try to unscrew the screw. It spins within its slot, pushing the plastic to the side, that's why I can't remove it. I'm afraid that it's the backplate itself that's damaged and is causing this.

The stud spins within the slot? I can only see this happening is when the backplate's socket slots are all worn out. This is the first time I'm hearing this which a bit unusual. Can you take a photo and share it here?
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So I have a h100i v2 and the 400C case - I have bent the hoses as much as I feel comfortable doing but they stick out enough that it hits the door and I have to push the door close and it shoves the hoses and they rest on the side panel. Is there a better way to achieve to moving it out of the way of my side panel? Or will the pressure of the side panel not do anything and just leave it alone
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Peeps, a quick one: asetek or coolit?

AI have been a happy owner of a H80i (coolit) and planning to get a 280mm rad. Which one is the best quality and should last longer?
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Originally Posted by Corsair Joseph View Post

The stud spins within the slot? I can only see this happening is when the back plate's socket slots are all worn out. This is the first time I'm hearing this which a bit unusual. Can you take a photo and share it here?


it has happened numerous times with earlier versions of this...type of back plate...the older style back plate when the h coolers came out 1st..is still the best way to go....it was easy..sturdy and metal at least...dint know why you/corsair just continues with that instead ?


Rep please see emails....theres an issue with my h100i pump....its not doing its job as suppose too...
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So I have a h100i v2 and the 400C case - I have bent the hoses as much as I feel comfortable doing but they stick out enough that it hits the door and I have to push the door close and it shoves the hoses and they rest on the side panel. Is there a better way to achieve to moving it out of the way of my side panel? Or will the pressure of the side panel not do anything and just leave it alone

I'd leave it as is, those tubes are pretty rigid, the side panel pushing it inwards will not affect its form at any point.
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Peeps, a quick one: asetek or coolit?

AI have been a happy owner of a H80i (coolit) and planning to get a 280mm rad. Which one is the best quality and should last longer?

I'd go H115i.
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Rep please see emails....theres an issue with my h100i pump....its not doing its job as suppose too...

I'll reply to your email
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Are you using the CPU (6700k) listed in your PC build in your signature? I don't think those CPU's should be getting that hot under load at all would be more normal between 50-65 depending on what your doing at the time of the load. Yeah have a look into your BIOS and see if you have any pump settings in there thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Corsair Joseph View Post

It was probably poor contact between the cooler's colplate and CPU. Once you have reseated the pump, let us know if there are any changes in your temps.

I remounted the heatsink and saw that the TIM (I'm using AS5) was unevenly spread (I placed a rice sized dab in the middle and had let the heatsink do the spreading). This time, I used a credit card to even out the TIM but it hits 75 max on Prime95 26.6 and still not near the 60C I thought remounting would do (it hits 84C!!! on the latest Prime95 within seconds).
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Yeah brother those aren't fine - in corsair link does it say what pump speed it's running at and what does it say the fluid temperature is? Also do you have a photo of how clear the airflow is in your case?

Pump speed at ~2800rpm (Performance mode for pump) and the fluid temp doesn't go above 29.7C on stress testing (balanced mode for both fans). Does that indicate problem with heat transfer? Might be an obvious answer, don't hit me lol.

As for a diagram, here's something I did in paint lol

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The two 140mm case fans are mounted in the front for intake because there was no space for a rear 140mm exhaust. I also changed the config to an exhaust instead of an intake since my case itself is pretty cool.

If someone could suggest what stress test to use I also tried the Intel Diagnostic test and the temps didn't go over 60C with that so I have no clue which one is the most reliable test.


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