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post #1711 of 6633
can i join da club? just got the cooler 2weeks ago biggrin.gif..but, my 3.6Ghz i5 760 got 41-44c idle temp..should i be concern? does the base need lapping?
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post #1712 of 6633
I did some lapping on my grandfather's one, it isn't badly needed btw. As a suggestion, check your termal paste (it eats a lot of it, due to the space between the direct contact heatpipes and the mounting piece), maybe fill that areas before applying the heatsink. Also, make sure your airflow goes well through the heatsink, ie the fan pulls the air as it comes to the exhaust fans.

On my side, I've got a spare fan from a friend's build, who went for a super-silent fan instead of the stock CM one. Just ordered a Y-adapter, will try a dual fan setup in the next days smile.gif
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post #1713 of 6633
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Originally Posted by Krusher33;13097154 
My concern from by N/S setup is air flowing over ram sticks and VRM's. I suppose the back fan is helping the VRM's and the top fan on right is helping the RAM. I hope?

With all the fans chugging, air movement is not a problem in the case. Everything is running cool and comfortable.

Just to be clear, I'm trying to advocate the use of N/S orientation for everyone, I was just surprised not to see another person with it. It wasn't my first choice either, but between switching from an i5 to an i7 and having to swap the motherboard out due to the recall I had chance to take this thing apart a more a few times. In that time I figured I would test it out for giggles. Sure enough, it came back cooler running this way test after test.

I also wouldn't recommend it to someone who does not have top venting exhaust fans. That would just be silly. tongue.gif
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post #1714 of 6633
I have my hyper setup in N/S config and my temps are fine all round 30 idle daytime, 26 idle at night and never goes over 55 loaded. biggrin.gif
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post #1715 of 6633
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With all the fans chugging, air movement is not a problem in the case. Everything is running cool and comfortable.

Just to be clear, I'm trying to advocate the use of N/S orientation for everyone, I was just surprised not to see another person with it. It wasn't my first choice either, but between switching from an i5 to an i7 and having to swap the motherboard out due to the recall I had chance to take this thing apart a more a few times. In that time I figured I would test it out for giggles. Sure enough, it came back cooler running this way test after test.

I also wouldn't recommend it to someone who does not have top venting exhaust fans. That would just be silly. tongue.gif

Concering the N/S setup.. wouldn't the push fan be pushing hot air into the heatsink from the graphics card?
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Originally Posted by xxsashixx;13099891 
Concering the N/S setup.. wouldn't the push fan be pushing hot air into the heatsink from the graphics card?

Isn't that pretty much true in either setup?
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Originally Posted by Krusher33;13100008 
Isn't that pretty much true in either setup?

no? if airflow is E/W then it will be grabbin air from the front intake fan if your case has one.

My air flow is E/W with top exhaust as well and bottom intake. (CMATCS840) which is the best setup?
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no? if airflow is E/W then it will be grabbin air from the front intake fan if your case has one.

My air flow is E/W with top exhaust as well and bottom intake. (CMATCS840) which is the best setup?

You just sent my head reeling thinking about all the different configurations that a case can have as far as fans goes. Front intake could be at bottom, top, or both. Does case have side panel fan? Is it over GPU, CPU, or both? And so on.

But if you think about it, commonly the side fan is over GPU and the front intake fan is at bottom. In either cases the airflow is going to pass the gpu's if the exhaust is at the top.

However in my case my PSU is mounted at bottom and pulling air away from GPU's. As I picture it, the front intake fan located at bottom is going out that way. The CPU fans is pulling air in from the vent on side panel where CPU is located and is exhausting through the top fans. In this case I don't think it'll matter if e/w or n/s.

So overall I think it varies from case to case.
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Originally Posted by Krusher33;13100185 
You just sent my head reeling thinking about all the different configurations that a case can have as far as fans goes. Front intake could be at bottom, top, or both. Does case have side panel fan? Is it over GPU, CPU, or both? And so on.

But if you think about it, commonly the side fan is over GPU and the front intake fan is at bottom. In either cases the airflow is going to pass the gpu's if the exhaust is at the top.

However in my case my PSU is mounted at bottom and pulling air away from GPU's. As I picture it, the front intake fan located at bottom is going out that way. The CPU fans is pulling air in from the vent on side panel where CPU is located and is exhausting through the top fans. In this case I don't think it'll matter if e/w or n/s.

So overall I think it varies from case to case.

okay.. so with my case, currently front intake, bottom intake, top and rear exhaust, PSU is bottom mounted but with fan facing down, which is better config?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xxsashixx;13100237 
okay.. so with my case, currently front intake, bottom intake, top and rear exhaust, PSU is bottom mounted but with fan facing down, which is better config?

Is this the case in your sig? Are you using the GPU external fan as in this picture? Hard to say since there's no side panel fan and the GPU are exhausting their own air.

If you're not using the GPU exhaust then I think E/W is better.

ATCS840_Feature_3.jpg

Edit: Just noticed the blue arrow by the GPU exhaust fan even though they do call it exhaust fan...
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