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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post
1.34v?! thats absurd for a 4ghz clock.
Bad D0 A batch I take it. LOL Tried both 191x21 and 19x211.

I'm going to test the new Xeon on a friends classy later on today. Hope it's not my board, My previous P6TD V2 ran my old 920 at 4ghz (1.2v solid).
Edited by Skylit - 5/27/10 at 9:12am
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This may be the wrong thread for this but i am running p6x58d-e with an antec 1200 case and a megahelem heatsick in a push pull config pounting out the back of my case.

I have 2 120 mm kaze fans absolutely dominating the air out the back to the point where the veritical 200mm fan that is supposed to be taking air out the top of the case seems to run slow. In fact there is so much airflow that paper and whatnot is sucked down regardless of the fan pointing up lol.

I was wondering if i should reverse the fan or perhaps remount the megahelm to blow out the top?

My temps idle are currently 31 31 36 36 on an i7 930 so im not reslly concerned it just seems something is wrong airflow wise and would like kto get it settled before i read this awesome thread for my mobo

Thank you in advance to anyone who leaves their input
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na ur fine, these temps are pretty good, if anything try raise the rpm of the 200mm fan on top to match the airflow.
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This may be the wrong thread for this but i am running p6x58d-e with an antec 1200 case and a megahelem heatsick in a push pull config pounting out the back of my case.

I have 2 120 mm kaze fans absolutely dominating the air out the back to the point where the veritical 200mm fan that is supposed to be taking air out the top of the case seems to run slow. In fact there is so much airflow that paper and whatnot is sucked down regardless of the fan pointing up lol.

I was wondering if i should reverse the fan or perhaps remount the megahelm to blow out the top?

My temps idle are currently 31 31 36 36 on an i7 930 so im not reslly concerned it just seems something is wrong airflow wise and would like kto get it settled before i read this awesome thread for my mobo

Thank you in advance to anyone who leaves their input
In my case, HAF 922, which has better air flow (3 x 200mm fans), using a bottom to top airflow was actually worse. The heatsink fan was cooling using the air directly from the graphics card. My idle temps were within a few degrees C of the GPU: 42-46C at idle @ 4Ghz. Using front to back airflow, I'm at: 38-42C. Reseating the heatsink and paste may have helped though.

Also keep in mind, when people post their temps, the ambient or room temperature is a factor. An air conditioned room will have lower idle temperatures than my room (27C/80F). You have much better idle temperatures than I do
Edited by mgutz - 5/27/10 at 10:00am
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In my case, HAF 922, which has better air flow (3 x 200mm fans), using a bottom to top airflow was actually worse. The heatsink fan was cooling using the air directly from the graphics card. My idle temps were within a few degrees C of the GPU: 42-46C at idle @ 4Ghz. Using front to back airflow, I'm at: 38-42C. Reseating the heatsink and paste may have helped though.

Also keep in mind, when people post their temps, the ambient or room temperature is a factor. An air conditioned room will have lower idle temperatures than my room (27C/80F). You have much better idle temperatures than I do
Ishould mention this was at stock speeds but yesterday was in the 90s amibient wise so hrm. Gonna try to hit 4 ghz tonight after work hehe
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Can anyone show me the picture of how they have these connected to the atx12v connection? I am having hard time deciding how these are suppose to go in.


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Add me to the list, I have had mine for about a month now and I love it to DEATH!
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i think this should help, I was puzzled too.
The latch goes over the clip and the Square plug in the lower right side of the 8 pins
*note, if you are using the cm scout case with the fan on the top you either need to 1: plug it in before you install the mobo or 2: trim some of the fan down... not much but a little bit


Edited by dead_buzzard - 5/27/10 at 12:40pm
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Thank you dead_buzzard
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Depending on your chassis, I'd recommend getting an extender that you can route through to the back of your tray (if that's possible) so that you can do it just once and not have to worry about it if you have to change your PSU or something else.


Here's where mine goes though a tiny hole in the Lancool K62


Here's the back of my tray, you can see the extender running out of the hole on top and connected to the PSU cable along the back edge.

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