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post #1011 of 3848
i tightned my wight all the way down.
may loosen it after some tests and see if there is any difference.

@weebeast your p95 reading is fine but how long did you run it for?
IBT does stress the cpu more then P95 so should be hotter but not sure if thats too hot as I dont use IBT. For Prime you should make sure your temps are 75 or below after at least a few hours.
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post #1012 of 3848
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Originally Posted by breenemeister View Post
Temps seem a bit high for ibt anyway.

I tightened the 40-70 lbs thing all the way down because I have a lapped cpu. You may not need to go all the way. Work with it be fore you mount it and see how many turns it takes to get it about halfway. After you install it, shoot for that.
I think that i will need to install it again from the start.I made the lbs loose when installing and tighted it a bit in the end

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@Work with it be fore you mount it and see how many turns it takes to get it about halfway. After you install it, shoot for that.
That's a good one i will do that for sure


@nekromantik i'm running it for a hour at the moment the max temps are 68 degrees
Edited by weebeast - 10/22/11 at 3:34pm
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good luck with the re-sit

i really hate having to re-sit it as I really dont wanna remove the mobo from case and while its in the case the SA is a b***h to put on!
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post #1014 of 3848
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If I decide to NOT use push/push configuration due to side fan clearance, what would be better push/pull or pull/pull? By how much temps do they differ with the default push/push?

And if I decide with those NON-DEFAULT fan configs, how high should I install the fans? Should they be center with the height of the cooler?
Anyone knows about this?
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If I decide to NOT use push/push configuration due to side fan clearance, what would be better push/pull or pull/pull? By how much temps do they differ with the default push/push?

And if I decide with those NON-DEFAULT fan configs, how high should I install the fans? Should they be center with the height of the cooler?
Push will always be marginally better than pull, so push/pull is theoretically better than pull/pull, but I doubt you will notice the difference. The difference from push/push should be 1-2C, which is within the range of the normal variability of these temp measurements anyway. I run mine as pull/pull because of the RAM heat spreaders; temps are in the mid-50s in P95.

The fans should be centered relative to the fin arrays to maximize the area getting direct airflow. Again though, if you have to move them slightly due to issues with clearance at the bottom or the top, you won't see a drastic decrease in cooling efficiency.
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Push will always be marginally better than pull, so push/pull is theoretically better than pull/pull, but I doubt you will notice the difference. The difference from push/push should be 1-2C, which is within the range of the normal variability of these temp measurements anyway. I run mine as pull/pull because of the RAM heat spreaders; temps are in the mid-50s in P95.

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Ok. Let me just confirm, pull/pull is the ONLY configuration that will solve RAM clearance right? How much temp difference would the pull/have from push/pull?
post #1017 of 3848
you can have one fan on the back of the heatsink towards the back of the case as a pull and then the middle fan as either push or pull. Stock config is one fan towards RAM side and one middle.
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you can have one fan on the back of the heatsink towards the back of the case as a pull and then the middle fan as either push or pull. Stock config is one fan towards RAM side and one middle.
From the two non-stock configs you just stated, which is better? I think the pull/pull config is better since it pulls heat from both towers? Unlike the push/pull that pushes and pulls heat from only one tower that is nearest the back of the case, what do you think?
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yeah if I was going for a fan towards the rear of my case I would try pull/pull.
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I might have misunderstood, I thought by push/pull you meant push on the first tower and pull on the second. One fan per tower as pull/pull or push/push is definitely better than two fans on one tower and none on the other.
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