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Rate My Temperatures - Noctua U12P and HAF X

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Specs in sig. In my HAF X, I have a Noctua U12P in push/pull, two 200mm fans on top (exhaust), 1 200m on side (intake), 1 140mm at back (exhaust), 1 200mm on front (intake). The cooler is well mounted ad the thermal grease is very well spread out.

Ambient temperatures never go beyond 24 Celsius. I have OCed to 4.7 ghz, and my cabling is very neat and barely visible (modular PSU).

I run idle: CPU: 27 C
MOBO: 24 C
GPU: 32C

prime95 large FFTs (Full load): CPU: 68-71 C

prime95 blend: CPU: 48-56 C

Gaming (Ultra high graphics for >2 hours): CPU: 45 C
MOBO: 28 C
GPU: 64 C

The only thing that worries me is that on prime95's large FFTs, my temps shoot right up to 69 C within 30 seconds. Is this bad?

Thanks for the advice.
    
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post #2 of 4
Garbage. get some Deltas PFB1212

they will help a lot.




JK

Personally i would just get some bigger fans and a fan controller.

you can have high performance and silence to.
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You do realize 200mm is (practically) the biggest I can get? I have every spot mounted with those fans, except for the GPU support mount (The window mount has a 200mm).

It's just really weird because I have the Noctua fans pointing in the same direction (Push/Pull), my BIOS is updated AFAIK, I made sure my thermal paste was evenly spread and not too thick (Just thick enough to get some sticking out in little spike-forms).

Anyone else have any ideas?
    
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i'm impressed you're getting those numbers on air. only thing i can suggest is a better cooler and perhaps more fans in push/pull
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