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    well its very early still just became light out (still cool out side and inside) and the two fans are working together both pointing same direction. (really week nzxt fans) (cleans the computer often due to annoying pets ... (has the only room without carpet for a reason)).


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    Default Re: <is rather up set (amd processor problem)

    Well, that looks right unless the heatsink isn't touching the IHS. Next thing to check is the pump is it is working. By the way, is this setup new or you had this for a while and this behavior is just recent?
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    according to the bios the pump is pulling power. The majority of the pc was giving to be as a gift... but over time the heat problem seemed to be getting worse (bought new thermal paste) and applied it. Now its getting bad again.

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    wait.. you need to feel the pump working.. it can be pumping voltage to the pump which the bios can tell but the pump itself might not be working at all which is something the sensors CANNOT tell. Also about thermal paste application, how much did you put in there? you only need a very small amount and spread it across the IHS either using a spatula like object.
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    If the pump is stuck it will still pull power. Touch the block and see if it is working.
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    humm so I should be feeling something? well we may of found something. and yea before i put the paste on I did some research and found out how to apply it.

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    Default Re: <is rather up set (amd processor problem)

    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    Okay so my computer has quite a few problems and I want to get them fixed. Step one i used a few different programs and they keep saying my processor is 1 core but its a 6 core cpu

    (anyone know anything about this)

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    Go into your bios and make sure all 6 cores are enabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    well its very early still just became light out (still cool out side and inside) and the two fans are working together both pointing same direction. (really week nzxt fans) (cleans the computer often due to annoying pets ... (has the only room without carpet for a reason)).


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    Make sure the fans are set up in a push pull configuration , and that they are blowing out the rear of the case, also, do you have the 3 or 4 pin from the pump connected to the CPU fan header. Why are you using NZXT fans ? use the 2 Corsair fans that came with the cooler.

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    Default Re: <is rather up set (amd processor problem)

    FYI - The H60 are notorious for having bad pumps, I've own 2 of them and both have since died after running for just under 1 year. RMA'd one and got a replacement and the other one I haven't RMA's yet.
    Luckily, i didn't have them installed into any critical system, They were in HTPC's so once I noticed they came right out of the system.

    The sad thing is that the HTPC's only stay on for about 1 to 2 hrs a day... nothing long term like my other PCs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    humm so I should be feeling something? well we may of found something. and yea before i put the paste on I did some research and found out how to apply it.

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    yes you should be feeling a humm of vibrations at the block and some in the hoses. I really don't think you pump is running at all. You said it was an issue before but it has gotten worse. That is a sign of pump failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Make sure the fans are set up in a push pull configuration , and that they are blowing out the rear of the case, also, do you have the 3 or 4 pin from the pump connected to the CPU fan header. Why are you using NZXT fans ? use the 2 Corsair fans that came with the cooler.
    Looks like this fans are correct, based on the pic, it shows that the fan's are set-up in exhaust (at least 1 does) and I see the pump cable plugged into a MB header, so that looks ok, but like I mentioned, the H60 has had a history of bad pumps.
    The redesign they did this year on it suppose to have fixed the issues they had in the pass.

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    The cooler came with it i only have 1 corsair fan. Ill have to flip them and the (wire coming from the cooler is a 3 pin and plugged into a 4 pin named CHA_fan3... could that be bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    The cooler came with it i only have 1 corsair fan. Ill have to flip them and the (wire coming from the cooler is a 3 pin and plugged into a 4 pin named CHA_fan3... could that be bad.

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    Yes the header could be bad but you already said it is pulling power in the bios. So that isnt it. You pump is dead. Call Corsair or do an online RMA. Good luck. At least we found the problem.
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    If I can't fix this should I try and get something along the lines of this Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler - Newegg.com Due to my location and ambient temps would it be better then a water cooler?

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    Default Re: <is rather up set (amd processor problem)

    Quote Originally Posted by DaBobzack View Post
    If I can't fix this should I try and get something along the lines of this Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler - Newegg.com Due to my location and ambient temps would it be better then a water cooler?

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    The Noctua is a great cooler but its freaking huge. You may have to run fans a bit faster due to your location and no A/C. This will suck up more dust into the system and create more noise. Its always a trade off.

    A good AIO cooler will be just as good if not slightly better, without blocking memory slots, creating as much noise and looks better.
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    Default Re: <is rather up set (amd processor problem)

    Ill see what I can do and I don't mind noise from my system to much. How would I know if a fan cooler would interfere with the ram I have?
    <has a large case

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