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I want to join the club!
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NICE FANS WHAT COLOR R THEY GREEN OR BLU??.....thumb.gif
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post #5242 of 6664
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NICE FANS WHAT COLOR R THEY GREEN OR BLU??.....thumb.gif

Funny that you ask if they are green. I had my eye on some green bitfenix pwm fans that will move air better than those case fans I currently have on there. They do, however, keep my temps down, so they are not all bad.
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post #5243 of 6664
I grabbed this cooler and an extra CM fan same size speed what not. I currently dont have a 4pin splitter so i slapped the extra fan to my extra 4pin connected on the motherboard. I have it setup for a push pull however the pull fan thats connected to the extra slot is not in sync with the push fan. I just wanted to know if you think there would be any down side or negative effects to this? Sorry for my ignorance tongue.gif
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post #5244 of 6664
Ideally you would want both fans in sync with each other.

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post #5245 of 6664
Hey guys!

I finally made the effort to switch my stock cooler to my Hyper 212+ lying around. With its single fan configuration, i am getting 55 degrees on idle and 70 degrees on load while playing PlanetSide 2. My 2500k is overclocked to 3.6Ghz. Does this temperature seem normal or is there something wrong here?
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post #5246 of 6664
That seems a bit high I have an 1100t running 4.2 and with push pull on low I get a max of 60c
I recommend taking it off cleaning it properly and doing to pea method for thermal paste and see if that helps at all
post #5247 of 6664
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That seems a bit high I have an 1100t running 4.2 and with push pull on low I get a max of 60c
I recommend taking it off cleaning it properly and doing to pea method for thermal paste and see if that helps at all

Yeah, i thought so too... The thermal conductivity of my CoolerMaster IC Value V1 is only >1.85 W/m-K as compared to 8.5 W/m-K for an Artic MX-4. Such a high difference. Used the pea method. So what's the best thermal paste in the market right now?
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post #5248 of 6664
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Yeah, i thought so too... The thermal conductivity of my CoolerMaster IC Value V1 is only >1.85 W/m-K as compared to 8.5 W/m-K for an Artic MX-4. Such a high difference. Used the pea method. So what's the best thermal paste in the market right now?

Your idle temps are high.

Best TIMs out there (No curing time required):

- Zaward HSC-G
- Thermaltake CL-O0027 TG1
- Evercool Cruise Missle STC-03
- Gelid GC-2 TC-GC-02-A
- Arctic Cooling MX-2
- Coolink Chillaramic
- OCZ Freeze OCZTFRZTC
- MG Chemicals 860 Silicone HTC
- Zalman ZM-STG2 Super Thermal Grease
- Cooler Master ThermalFusion 400 RG-TF4-TGU1-GP
- TIM Consultants T-C Grease 0098
- GC Electronics Silcone Z9 10-8108
- Shin-Etsu MicroSi X-23 7783D
- TIM Consultants T-C Grease 0099
- Tuniq TX-3
- Gelid GC-Extreme
- Shin-Etsu MicroSi G751

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post #5249 of 6664
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Your idle temps are high.
Best TIMs out there (No curing time required): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
- Zaward HSC-G
- Thermaltake CL-O0027 TG1
- Evercool Cruise Missle STC-03
- Gelid GC-2 TC-GC-02-A
- Arctic Cooling MX-2
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- MG Chemicals 860 Silicone HTC
- Zalman ZM-STG2 Super Thermal Grease
- Cooler Master ThermalFusion 400 RG-TF4-TGU1-GP
- TIM Consultants T-C Grease 0098
- GC Electronics Silcone Z9 10-8108
- Shin-Etsu MicroSi X-23 7783D
- TIM Consultants T-C Grease 0099
- Tuniq TX-3
- Gelid GC-Extreme
- Shin-Etsu MicroSi G751
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OCZ Freeze is really hard to find anymore, so my last install I went with Tuniq TX-2, and I am getting exactly the same temps with it. I wonder what happened to OCZ Freeze?
 
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post #5250 of 6664
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Your idle temps are high.
Best TIMs out there (No curing time required):
- Zaward HSC-G
- Thermaltake CL-O0027 TG1
- Evercool Cruise Missle STC-03
- Gelid GC-2 TC-GC-02-A
- Arctic Cooling MX-2
- Coolink Chillaramic
- OCZ Freeze OCZTFRZTC
- MG Chemicals 860 Silicone HTC
- Zalman ZM-STG2 Super Thermal Grease
- Cooler Master ThermalFusion 400 RG-TF4-TGU1-GP
- TIM Consultants T-C Grease 0098
- GC Electronics Silcone Z9 10-8108
- Shin-Etsu MicroSi X-23 7783D
- TIM Consultants T-C Grease 0099
- Tuniq TX-3
- Gelid GC-Extreme
- Shin-Etsu MicroSi G751
Source

I wanna add to that the Coolaboratory Liquid Ultra and the Dow Corning stuff.
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