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    Hello I have a new system and it's all put together all ready. I have a question about the radiator. I radiator sitting inside the top of my case and have 2 120mm fans blowing on it. Which means that it is blowing on my cpu. Now the cpu temp is around 30*c and my cpu package is about 10*c. I basically want to know if it I should move it to the bottom of the case or leave where it is and change fans to move air out.

    Now I would love to be able to move my fans to the other side of the radiator but I can't because my ram gets in the way. I have extra 120mm fan and have check it out.

    So should I try moving to bottom or should I turn fans around and hope I have enough air going in to still cool down my radiator?

    If needed I can post CPU-Z and HWINFO stuff

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    Default Re: H105 Cooling

    Your CPU temperatures will not be significantly different due to airflow when you are using a liquid cooling system. However, you are now blowing hot air onto the top of your graphics card. I would suggest that you reverse the direction of the fans. You may see a drop in the amount of heat from your graphics card.

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    Default Re: H105 Cooling

    K what should GPU temp be at? it is sitting at 32*c right now is that to high. I also forgot that I ran prime95 blend test for about 4hrs the other day and my cpu temp didn't go past 51*c

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    Default Re: H105 Cooling

    Those temps all look good!

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      • OS:
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      • I have 7 Fans right now a planning on getting more. I have 2 Cougar Votex PWM 120mm fans on top blowing in on my H105 Radiator, 1 120 Coolmaster that came with case in the back blowing out, 2 Bitfenix Spectre 140mm Fan on the left side of case blowing in, 1 Coolmaster 140mm on the bottom blowing in and 1 Cooler Master 140mm on the front blowing in
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    Default Re: H105 Cooling

    That' s good thank you

    I put the fans on top of my case to push air out and I also put a 80mm fan on right side of case. Dropped it another 4 degrees

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    Default Re: H105 Cooling

    Those are great temps. Were you looking to overclock at all?

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    • bambamshere's Full Spec's
      • Case:
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      • PSU:
      • OCZ ZS Series 650 Watt
      • Cooling:
      • Corsair H105 240mm Liquid Cooler
      • Monitor:
      • Acer 22 inch
      • OS:
      • Windows 8.1 64 Bit
      • Misc:
      • I have 7 Fans right now a planning on getting more. I have 2 Cougar Votex PWM 120mm fans on top blowing in on my H105 Radiator, 1 120 Coolmaster that came with case in the back blowing out, 2 Bitfenix Spectre 140mm Fan on the left side of case blowing in, 1 Coolmaster 140mm on the bottom blowing in and 1 Cooler Master 140mm on the front blowing in
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    Default Re: H105 Cooling

    This is why I was doing all this. Was to try my hand at overclocking. Not sure how to though. Still reading everything I can so I don't screw up my system

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