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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 04:27 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post
Looks like a botched cooling block install to me, shouldnt be near that hot at that speed and voltage with that cooler.

Could possibly be a heatspreader that isn't flat.
I removed it twice, cleaned it twice and re-applied the last traces of my MX-2 TIM. When I touch the block/pump at full loads there are no vibrations... it is dead quiet and dead still.
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I removed it twice, cleaned it twice and re-applied the last traces of my MX-2 TIM. When I touch the block/pump at full loads there are no vibrations... it is dead quiet and dead still.
At the speeds and voltages that you are running i'd be in the 30'sC core with my H-100 setup. Something isnt right... maybe the pump ?

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At the speeds and voltages that you are running i'd be in the 30'sC core with my H-100 setup. Something isnt right... maybe the pump ?

At this point that is what I am leaning towards. I wish I had my Hyper 212 still to toss on it while I order another AIO.... Going with the Enermax LiqFusion 240
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Found my Hyper 212 EVO. It is now on the FX-8350 @4.3Ghz overclocked and WILL NOT go above 48c on Prime 95 small fft's even after 30 continuous minutes. Ambient room temp is 23c (74f) I did find out that 3 of the 4 standoffs for my Corsair H115i were loose. I think this is the main cause of the super fast rise in temps when testing in prime 95. I will order a new AIO soon... not a Corsair. I want to see that there is coolant moving.

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It was eating at me and eating at me so I decided to put my H115i back in the computer and see if it was in fact dead. It is not dead. I don't know how the hell I had it running before but it wasn't right. It's back on the CPU and it is hooked up correctly. I hooked the pump back to the USB header and I am controlling the AIO with Corsair Link. The fans on the radiator are hooked to the headers on the pump. At first temps were pretty high in AIDA64... like in the 60c+ range (Package) where the Hyper 212 EVO was in the 40c+ (Package). I don't know what it defaults to if it isn't hooked up to the Corsair Link software but the fans have pretty much been at around 1100rpm the whole time I have used the H115i and the pump... who knows what rpm's it was spinning at. I opened up the Corsair Link and was messing around and got to the profiles... it was on Balanced. I put it on Performance and right away the pump speed jumps to 3000+rpm!! The fans ramped up as well. I re-ran AIDA64 and O what a difference. It is 75f in my room. The first pic shows the package temp at 0.5c... not sure why it did that but for the majority of the test it sat at near 54c under full load. I am "cool" with that. I am still going to get another AIO. Just shows how much of a beast the EVO 212 is because it topped out at 48c on the same test.
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