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interesting, well i guess how to help him stay under that temp? like i suggested before maybe a reseating?
   
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o okay, thats pretty low. i guess amd chips are just cooler. only thing i could suggest is reseat the heat sink and make sure its on tight
^this. and his xfire maybe adding heat inside the system. may have to look at case fans to help move air out of the case. it might just be swirling around inside. what is the system temp?
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Maybe where you live is just too hot or with the antec300 you can guide the cooler towards upper or back side of the case.
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Ok I read your guys posts. I'll answer best I can on my phone here.
Case is the antec 300. Top fan is a black tri cool. Rear exhaust is black tri cool as well. The front and side fans are 3 scythe 120 ~30cfm fans. My ambients where the comp is avg ~80 F at the moment. CPU idle is 27 C. NB stays ~40 constant. My cards are reference launch 4890. Exhaust out the back. With the side fan air gets moved pretty good. Also remember my case the Psu is installed with the fan facing up. Sucking out more air. But very minuscule in this sense.
The cooler is running 2 default 212+ fans in p/p. But on headers on mb running at max ~2k Rpms. Have fan management off on board.
As for cable management. It's pretty good for the case. Everything is hidden other than what needs to poke out to plug in. Which was tuff considering the UD7 is almost a eAtx mb.
HDD are installed in lowest position in HDD cage.
Hope this helps.


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Anyone? Well, ordered up some Yate Loons anyways. they'll be here in a week. should solve any "fan" issues. heh
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I finally got the time to get down and dirty. Did some testing today. With an ambient of 22C, my Hyper 212 Plus is able to keep my E5300 at 3.84 GHz with a Vcore of 1.444 at 38C in idle and 65C under load.
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thats pretty good. as for rebelord, are you using the yates to replace the blademasters? i would keep them as is because they have really good static pressure
   
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Okay, so I'm wondering what gives with my hyper 212+. I'm running an i7 2600k (sig rig), with hyper 212+ push/pull setup. I wanted to see if anyone else had temps at stock 3.4ghz with P95 blend 12 hours+. I ran blend over night last night with 3.4ghz to get a reference, and my highest core temp (realtemp) was 61C with an ambient temp of 24C. Is this normal/average? My case has good air flow, but I'm hitting a temp wall at 4.5ghz overclock. I've reseated the cooler 3 times, applied TIM the correct way (about 3rd of the length of the pipe, in the space between each pipe). Does anyone else have any suggestions besides "go watercooling"?
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Okay, so I'm wondering what gives with my hyper 212+. I'm running an i7 2600k (sig rig), with hyper 212+ push/pull setup. I wanted to see if anyone else had temps at stock 3.4ghz with P95 blend 12 hours+. I ran blend over night last night with 3.4ghz to get a reference, and my highest core temp (realtemp) was 61C with an ambient temp of 24C. Is this normal/average? My case has good air flow, but I'm hitting a temp wall at 4.5ghz overclock. I've reseated the cooler 3 times, applied TIM the correct way (about 3rd of the length of the pipe, in the space between each pipe). Does anyone else have any suggestions besides "go watercooling"?
I'd say that's perfectly normal seeing that the 2600K has HT.
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I finally got the time to get down and dirty. Did some testing today. With an ambient of 22C, my Hyper 212 Plus is able to keep my E5300 at 3.84 GHz with a Vcore of 1.444 at 38C in idle and 65C under load.
Oops, it's an E5200, not 5300.
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push-pull config, i love this thing , i only got 3 fans in my case, front one (intake), top (exhaust) the 2 of them came with the case HAF 922 and the one in the back of the case (exhaust), i getting good temps with just those fans but i want more , was thinking about some Scythe SY1225SL12H 1600 rpm or Yate Loons D12SH-12 what do you guys think?, Scythe better performance or Yate Loons because of the inexpesive?, sound is not an issue btw, but i am rather cheap


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