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so i installed my cpu cooler today
and i thought it might just give a small degrees difference
i previously got temps like 44 degrees idle and 62 degrees load :O at ambient temp 30 degrees
then today i was lik :O this cooler really surprised me very much biggrin.gif
idle temps went down to 32 degrees biggrin.gif and load temps max at 38(while playing fifa 12 ) biggrin.gif :O am seriously amazed biggrin.gif
this cooler seriously rocks biggrin.gif the price also so low and woaahhhh i guess this performs the same as my friends h50 biggrin.gif
and one small question.... if i add another 120mm fan how will it benifit me ? and which fan should i consider ?
here is my pic biggrin.gif700
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Originally Posted by coregamer001 View Post

so i installed my cpu cooler today
and i thought it might just give a small degrees difference
i previously got temps like 44 degrees idle and 62 degrees load :O at ambient temp 30 degrees
then today i was lik :O this cooler really surprised me very much biggrin.gif
idle temps went down to 32 degrees biggrin.gif and load temps max at 38(while playing fifa 12 ) biggrin.gif :O am seriously amazed biggrin.gif
this cooler seriously rocks biggrin.gif the price also so low and woaahhhh i guess this performs the same as my friends h50 biggrin.gif
and one small question.... if i add another 120mm fan how will it benifit me ? and which fan should i consider ?
here is my pic biggrin.gif700

You won't benefit much from the second fan, 1 ~ 2 degrees at best.
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yeah you wont see much difference
   
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hey guys, i'm relatively new to installations and i ran into a problem trying to install this thing in.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZ0cW44MuD0

This video showcases my exact problem but i havent heard anyone else that had the same issue this guy has been having. hope to get a response soon thanks.

edit : Specifically the hexes holding the retention plate at the back of the motherboard becomes loosened and eventually falls off because of this problem. I've tightened the retention plate with the hex screw tightly and seemingly followed the directions but no matter how hard i try, everytime i want to take out the heat sink, the hexes holding the retention plate together falls apart.
Edited by Haee - 11/16/11 at 10:10am
post #3075 of 6664
Could you describe the problem? When you are tightening the screws are the nuts spinning? It is hard to see what is happening in this video.

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Edited by idaWHALE - 11/16/11 at 11:35am
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and one small question.... if i add another 120mm fan how will it benifit me ?

the only real benefit from having 2 is redundancy
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Could you describe the problem? When you are tightening the screws are the nuts spinning? It is hard to see what is happening in this video.

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The nuts begin to spin as soon as i try to take out the heat sink, the actual screwing the nuts into the hex went fine. Also I didn't make the video but i came across it and it describes the same exact problem I have.

The problem specifically is that as soon as i begin to take the screws out to take out the heatsink, the nuts begin to spin and the hexes holding the retention plate begins to loosen and eventually fall completely.
post #3078 of 6664
I installed my cooler yesterday and I can't keep the 955BE from overheating. It goes past 66c in prime95 with a 3,8ghz OC at 1.475v.

I did have some trouble when mounting the cooler. First, I have 4x 2gb sticks of ram, and I had to move the fan about a centimeter up the heat sink for it to fit. Also, when securing the heat sink, the spring loaded screws wouldn't completely lineup with the nuts, even after some readjustment. The case has sufficient cooling. I have an NZXT phantom, 2x 120mm on the side, 140mm in the front and back, 2x 200mm on top. I'm using Arctic Cooling ceramique TIM.

Right now it idles at 38-40c.
Edited by Xonipher - 11/18/11 at 3:24pm
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I installed my cooler yesterday and I can't keep the 955BE from overheating. It goes past 66c in prime95 with a 3,8ghz OC at 1.475v.
I did have some trouble when mounting the cooler. First, I have 4x 2gb sticks of ram, and I had to move the fan about a centimeter up the heat sink for it to fit. Also, when securing the heat sink, the spring loaded screws wouldn't completely lineup with the nuts, even after some readjustment. The case has sufficient cooling. I have an NZXT phantom, 2x 120mm on the side, 140mm in the front and back, 2x 200mm on top. I'm using Arctic Cooling ceramique TIM.
Right now it idles at 38-40c.

Try reseating.
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Finally powered on my new extremely cold "stock cooling" rig today, And I might have some of the coldest hyper 212 temps out there

In a stock 692 case
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Idle - GTX 480 SLI runs crazy hot, poor mobo SLI spacing cant be fixed, but new TIM can! Using IC diamond on the CPU
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linkpack - only 2 mins, but the temps dont climb much higher, Ill post again after reOCing on this new mobo
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