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Poll Results: Which Antec cooler do you own?

 
  • 54% (152)
    Antec Kühler H2O 620
  • 45% (129)
    Antec Kühler H2O 920
281 Total Votes  
post #3231 of 6063
The FHP141 140mm x 38mm monster fan was just installed on my CLC. The TT Water2.0-Pro rads is like the H20 920. My review is here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1203528/official-nvidia-gpu-mod-club-aka-the-mod/3250#post_19130213
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post #3232 of 6063
Hi All, I have an antec kuhler 920 - works great, however I am finding that the Antec CC software is closed every time my computer sleeps and I wake it up. I then have to manually start the software.

I am assuming it is some kind of power saving that is turning off the usb link, but I am not sure. I have disabled the power saving on all usb devices in device manager, and also ithe 'selective suspend' n the general windows power settings but it still seems to happen! I couldn't find anything in the BIOS on my machine that would seem to cause it (Asus z77 pro). Does anyone have any suggestions?

Boffinboy
post #3233 of 6063
I did another test, now with the cooler curve in 35 to 45.
Turbo boost activaded.
Intel burn in test high (2048)
i5 3570k


71ºC guiltysmiley.gif

Liquid temperature almost 40ºC during the test.
post #3234 of 6063
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Originally Posted by Boffinboy View Post

Hi All, I have an antec kuhler 920 - works great, however I am finding that the Antec CC software is closed every time my computer sleeps and I wake it up. I then have to manually start the software.

I am assuming it is some kind of power saving that is turning off the usb link, but I am not sure. I have disabled the power saving on all usb devices in device manager, and also ithe 'selective suspend' n the general windows power settings but it still seems to happen! I couldn't find anything in the BIOS on my machine that would seem to cause it (Asus z77 pro). Does anyone have any suggestions?

Boffinboy

Only thing I can think of is the settings within the CC software itself - have you checked the settings of "start when windows starts"?
Apart from that no idea.
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Originally Posted by tdrloux View Post

I did another test, now with the cooler curve in 35 to 45.
Turbo boost activaded.
Intel burn in test high (2048)
i5 3570k


71ºC guiltysmiley.gif

Liquid temperature almost 40ºC during the test.

Personally, i wouldn't worry about your liquid temps - by that I mean 40c whilst on IBT is around normal (maybe around 3c more than me) - maybe your ambient is a little warm (your min value is 40-32c, whilst mine is 26-35c)?
And with the installation - have you ensured it is tightly on?

What voltage is the stock CPU running at?
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 1/25/13 at 7:49am
post #3235 of 6063
Ambient temperatures is around 30ºC today (summer :/ )

"have you ensured it is tightly on?"
yes

about the voltage, core temp indicates 1.2360 v.
post #3236 of 6063
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Only thing I can think of is the settings within the CC software itself - have you checked the settings of "start when windows starts"?
Apart from that no idea.

Unfortunately that's not it, had already checked that :/
post #3237 of 6063
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by tdrloux View Post

Ambient temperatures is around 30ºC today (summer :/ )

"have you ensured it is tightly on?"
yes

about the voltage, core temp indicates 1.2360 v.

Voltage is good. Ambient is probably what makes it a little higher.
What are your fans RPM at when they ramp and full?
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Unfortunately that's not it, had already checked that :/

Dam sorry man - no idea.
post #3238 of 6063
the ramp start at 35 and full at 45
post #3239 of 6063
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the ramp start at 35 and full at 45

Yes but what is their actual RPM via the antec software?
post #3240 of 6063
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Yes but what is their actual RPM via the antec software?

In idle it still around 1000 rpm, i5 3570k still around 41ºC.
During the intel burn in test the fan get 1500 rpm, and the processor a max of 71ºC.
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