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is it better to mount the radiator on the out side of the case?

im getting a haf x and i know the tRS360 Radiator will fit inside...

Mount it inside for a cleaner look. The HAF X has the exact mounting holes to do it so why not!
post #7962 of 13773
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is it better to mount the radiator on the out side of the case?

im getting a haf x and i know the tRS360 Radiator will fit inside...
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Originally Posted by Farmer Boe View Post
Mount it inside for a cleaner look. The HAF X has the exact mounting holes to do it so why not!

Inside will look cleaner. Outside will perform marginally better (but I don't have exact figures to show you on that).

It depends on what your priorities are - if you're radiator is functioning at maximum capacity to the point where you need the performance gain by having it outside the case, you'd be better off with another radiator. If your loop isn't going to suffocate inside the case, then put aesthetics first and mount it internally.
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Anyone else getting crazy uneven temps with their Rasa CPU block? I tried reseating my block several times and the first core is always 10-15c cooler than the rest of the cores which is way too much. I think I need to lap my block and badly so the other cores can benefit too. Should I lap the block or just leave it the way it is, and will this void my warranty support?


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lol^ Use a good temp monitor like real temp or core temp then post back.

If it is the same then take apart your block and clean it.
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Anyone else getting crazy uneven temps with their Rasa CPU block? I tried reseating my block several times and the first core is always 10-15c cooler than the rest of the cores which is way too much. I think I need to lap my block and badly so the other cores can benefit too. Should I lap the block or just leave it the way it is, and will this void my warranty support?


I know my i7 875K reads 63c on the first core and the rest are at 58-59c. Have you tryed other problems to make sure it's not just core temp.

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lol^ Use a good temp monitor like real temp or core temp then post back.

If it is the same then take apart your block and clean it.
That is core temp It's a desktop gadget.
post #7966 of 13773
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Anyone else getting crazy uneven temps with their Rasa CPU block? I tried reseating my block several times and the first core is always 10-15c cooler than the rest of the cores which is way too much. I think I need to lap my block and badly so the other cores can benefit too. Should I lap the block or just leave it the way it is, and will this void my warranty support?


mine is even worst. I am using the Koolance 370, but I have the RASA CPU block as well but still in its box.

    
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I enjoy my Rasa greatly.

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lol^ Use a good temp monitor like real temp or core temp then post back.

If it is the same then take apart your block and clean it.
That is coretemp 0.99.8^ which runs with cpu all meter.
HW monitor, real temp report the same results.

The block is clean too...it's a few days old.

I am certain the block needs to be lapped, as I never had this problem before with my previous H50.
Edited by Busyhand - 6/14/11 at 12:56am
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mine is even worst. I am using the Koolance 370, but I have the RASA CPU block as well but still in its box.

What about your load temps?

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Have you tryed other problems to make sure it's not just core temp.
I tried various temp reading software and they all report the same now my core 0 is at 58c and the rest read 71c in real temp, hw monitor etc all running separately.
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mine is even worst. I am using the Koolance 370, but I have the RASA CPU block as well but still in its box.

That looks like stuck sensors, it's normal with Core 2 45 nm processors.
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