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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-03-2019, 11:07 AM
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I have an AIO 360 rad and i had the rad as exhaust for some time and the temps on my 2700x would reach about 55c on stock, which looked kinda high as my room is cold about 18-20c on average and flipping the fans to intake lowered my temps to 45 at max load (stock) so i'm happy, its actually boosts to 4,050 most of the time.

Just flip the fans to intake and make sure you have other fans set as exhaust.

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I have an AIO 360 rad and i had the rad as exhaust for some time and the temps on my 2700x would reach about 55c on stock, which looked kinda high as my room is cold about 18-20c on average and flipping the fans to intake lowered my temps to 45 at max load (stock) so i'm happy, its actually boosts to 4,050 most of the time.

Just flip the fans to intake and make sure you have other fans set as exhaust.

Cheers.
I boost to 4050 on all cores easy, 6 cores does about 4.1-4.2 and thats without tweaking anything but im on a custom loop with a v64 in the loop as well. Switching to intake fans is great but you need to monitor other temps to see if they take a dive, id rather have 55°C core temps and low VRM temps then 45°C and high vrm temps.

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