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HAF X Watercooling.

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Hey everyone I am hooking up my HAF X to go all water.

This is how my system is set up.




When the top is covered with the HAF X's top cover the temps are 5c more over it being open.


I am doing some heat runs to see what my limits are.

At 4.55Ghz 1.43v I get upto 73-75c with the top off, and then I get upto 82c with the top on.

Is there anyway to get the off temps while the cover was on? Maybe mod the top to remove the middle bar or plastic and make the entire top just all mesh. Or would it be better to just buy a new case? TJ07 or 800D?


Also why is OCCT temp monitor 5c higher then Core Temp, which is more accurate.
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That sounds pretty warm to me, what are your ambients, are you sure the loop is bled fully?
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