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post #261 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-06-2012, 01:23 PM
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yeah but i guess thats the benefit with a case like a full phantom tongue.gif

true. if i could do it over again, i would get a corsair full tower, but i still like this one now that the cutting is done

the corsair 600's are overrated. the obsidian are great i hear

loving my 650D! It's like a baby full tower, but a grown up mid tower smile.gif

theyre sleek, but i would have chosen a fractal if i wanted a simplistic look.

who said I wanted that? wink.gif

I grabbed this case because I love the look of it. And the window is a great size. The only thing I don't like about it are the clips on the side panel.

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the corsair 600's are overrated. the obsidian are great i hear

ya i meant the obsidian, my buddy has one and says it is awesome, and he is one of those over the top crazy builders who is pretty picky and opinionated about his rigs, lol.
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Anyone running the H100 on a 3930k or 3960x? I'm curious at your temps/overclock at idle and load. I still feel like I should be running cooler than I am, but not sure.

EDIT: If my temps JUMP from idle to loaded temps, is this a sign of a bad seating of the waterblock?

Idle temps are 35-37c, under load they are instantly 57-58c.


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post #264 of 1518 (permalink) Old 02-06-2012, 06:03 PM
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Anyone running the H100 on a 3930k or 3960x? I'm curious at your temps/overclock at idle and load. I still feel like I should be running cooler than I am, but not sure.

EDIT: If my temps JUMP from idle to loaded temps, is this a sign of a bad seating of the waterblock?

Idle temps are 35-37c, under load they are instantly 57-58c.

mine jumps from 28-28 almost instantly, but settles at 43.
i dnt think its abnormal.

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mine jumps from 28-28 almost instantly, but settles at 43.
i dnt think its abnormal.

But mine are still way higher than yours frown.gif pulling in cool air to the case, push pull directly on rad, going to buy some curved needle nose to get a better seal.


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Watch out for contact of the block with any capacitors around the CPU that can give a bad contact, although the block is reasonably small so it shouldn't be an issue.

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Watch out for contact of the block with any capacitors around the CPU that can give a bad contact, although the block is reasonably small so it shouldn't be an issue.

Well, with a 2011 board, the asrock extreme9, there is not chance I'll touch those capacitors. If I did, I would truly be gifted.


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Hello good people of oc.net

i just installed Corsair H80 on my Thermaltake Element G Case.. it's compatible . There is no problem at all.

Other Hardwares: Asus P9X79 Pro Motherboard , Corsair Vengeance 8 GB DDR3 Quad Channel..
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Hello good people of oc.net

i just installed Corsair H80 on my Thermaltake Element G Case.. it's compatible . There is no problem at all.

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Well, with a 2011 board, the asrock extreme9, there is not chance I'll touch those capacitors. If I did, I would truly be gifted.

No probs, just it's a commone problem that some people don't realise, more common with massive air coolers though.

What is the individual core temps you get? Also, if you plan to reseat the block then.... when applying, sit it loosely on the fittings, tighten the screws till you get a tiny bit of tension using using opposite corners, then work your way around them again (opposite corners) going that little bit further until they are finger tight. then give them an extra 1/4 - 1/2 a turn with a screwdriver.

You'll get a more even spread on the TIM and a better seated block.

Sorry if you think I'm teaching you to suck eggs but I don't know what your knowledge is obviously.

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Thanks, kind of getting a little tired of saying it myself, it's like I'm a H80/100 sex pest or something! biggrin.gif

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