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Do I read that right? You got an i5-S to 85C with an H70 and fan running at 2000rpm? Is that stressing with Prime95 with AVX2 enabled?

That's Prime 95 with almost no ventilation in the case, because 2/3" of the PSU fan (the exhaust fan) is covered by the 3.5" HDD, which is literally sandwiched on top of the mobo under the ATX PSU. The case is literally sardines packed, so 85* over an hour of Prime is not bad. Ironically, turning the fan down to 50% actually dropped temps slightly. The fan was a stock fan from a Hyper 212+, that is spec'd at ~100 cfm and 4mm H2O. The GPU was stressed with the Furmark Donut with the same situation.



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Maybe I should invest in a 5k RPM fan then, and use the Fan Xpert to control the speed, so it wont be deafening all the time tongue.gif.

I wonder if such a fan would kill my mobo from drawing too much voltage.

2K RPM, no biggie. But 5K? Yeah that'd fry a header in a hurry tongue.gif.
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That's Prime 95 with almost no ventilation in the case, because 2/3" of the PSU fan (the exhaust fan) is covered by the 3.5" HDD, which is literally sandwiched on top of the mobo under the ATX PSU. The case is literally sardines packed, so 85* over an hour of Prime is not bad. Ironically, turning the fan down to 50% actually dropped temps slightly. The fan was a stock fan from a Hyper 212+, that is spec'd at ~100 cfm and 4mm H2O. The GPU was stressed with the Furmark Donut with the same situation.

It's funny because I also had an i5-S and 560ti in my SG05 and I saw quite reasonable healthy temperatures in comparison. For about a year I did [email protected] 24/7 on CPU+GPU. It's not quite Furmark+Prime, but on an H60 with push-pull my CPU was usually under 50C and my GPU under 70C.


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2K RPM, no biggie. But 5K? Yeah that'd fry a header in a hurry tongue.gif.
Well then that's not feasible tongue.gif ,perhaps I should look into a H60 v2, if I'm going to switch to a SG05, and then just purchase another NF-F12 along with it.
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lawl, i never reach above 40 degrees in the orange sg05, i3 for the win? tongue.gif

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It seems I've hit a speedbump, apparently my GPU is too long, officially the case supports 10 inch gpu's, but mine is around 10,24 :/
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It seems I've hit a speedbump, apparently my GPU is too long, officially the case supports 10 inch gpu's, but mine is around 10,24 :/
my 650ti boost (don't mind the specs, htpc ftw tongue.gif ) scrapes the front of the case every time i instal it tongue.gif

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If you cut out the metal in front of the gpu you can open up another 1/4" or so of room behind the plastic bezel.
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It seems I've hit a speedbump, apparently my GPU is too long, officially the case supports 10 inch gpu's, but mine is around 10,24 :/

MSI GeForce GTX 760 GAMING ?
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It's fine, 2mm to spare.


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