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    Default High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Hi guys! I just bought a H110i watercooler for my system with AMD FX-8350, Corsair V Formula Z and NZXT H440 and while playing Shadow of Mordor i get temps over 65C without OC. I have installed the fans to pull in air on top of the case, but i dont know if that is the best solution. I have 2 Noctua fans that arent installed yet, one 120mm and one 140mm that come with the NH-D14.should i install them too and see if it gets better or do I have a problem somewhere else?

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Welcome to Pureoverclock Aays

    As much as I love this case its made to be quiet, plus airflow is somewhat restricted coming in the front from the small open areas
    and also out the top the case as well, my advice would be to exhaust the air out the top and definitely put in the two Noctua fans they should help some as well.
    When you get a chance fill in your system specs for all to see it helps when those are shown to better help us to help you.
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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    if you have reached 65 already there is a possability the chip is trashed
    i'd not use it in any way that it would get hot at all till you get it on water

    easyest fastest cheapest solution is a 360 , 3 fan Aill In One water cooler. An "AIO"

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Productcompare.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100008008%2060003 6012&IsNodeId=1&page=2&bop=And&CompareItemList=575 |35-856-025^35-856-025%2C35-106-241R^35-106-241R%2C9SIA66Z38H2970^9SIA66Z38H2970&percm=35-856-025%3A%24%24%24%24%24%24%24%3B35-106-241%3A%24%24%24%24%24%24%24%3B35-106-241R%3A%24%24%24%24%24%24%24%3B9SIA66Z38H2970%3A%2 4%24%24%24%24%24%24


    that is a newegg link compairing 3 different AIO

    you MIGHT get away with a 2 fan AIO, a 240, instead of a 360
    but i have a 240 on a 9590, and a 240, the results are remarkably terrible
    i had to under clock my cpu .5 gigs so it would run cool enough

    from the experience you recorded it sounds word for word exactly like my experiance
    so pleas dont make my mistake and try a 240
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    air flow is crucial

    that is an absolute
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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    This case comes with 3 preinstalled 120mm front fans which blows fresh air into the case, he should mount H110i on top with 2 140mm fans to blow (push) air out of the case, and with 1 120mm preinstalled on the back with push air out of the case it should be enough to keep the inside area of the case and CPU fresh.

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    This case comes with 3 preinstalled 120mm front fans which blows fresh air into the case, he should mount H110i on top with 2 140mm fans to blow (push) air out of the case, and with 1 120mm preinstalled on the back with push air out of the case it should be enough to keep the inside area of the case and CPU fresh.
    Exactly, that's why I thought something is wrong with my setup. I'll change the fans so they push out the air from the case instead of pulling it in, and install the two Noctua fans on the radiator or somewhere in the case to push out as much air as possible. A big thanks to all of you guys!

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Quote Originally Posted by Aays View Post
    Exactly, that's why I thought something is wrong with my setup. I'll change the fans so they push out the air from the case instead of pulling it in, and install the two Noctua fans on the radiator or somewhere in the case to push out as much air as possible. A big thanks to all of you guys!
    Yes, you should install your h110i same way as shown on this image:

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    air flow is crucial

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    Yep!!

    I finnally fixed that link in your post works now LOL!

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    OMG that video makes me want to cry.

    I can't figure out if that is the chip melting down, or the TIM smoking...in the end it probably doesn't matter...lol

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    I don't know if the thermal paste is the problem, becouse I had some problems screwing the block to the CPU (used the Intel screws instead of the AMD wich are a little bit shorter) and maybe smeared the paste around. Right now i get 35-36C idle and 61-63C while playing. This seems like a bit high, at least the 63C part. I know I read on some forum that the cores MAX temp is 65C and can get damaged. Is there anyone who has the same case, NZXT H440, or knows how I can get the best airflow in the case? I read that there are two different ways you can get air into the case, by eather pulling it in in the front and pulling it out in the back and top, or by just pulling the hot air out. I'd like to know what the difference is and wich one is the best for cooling. BTW, you guys are the best!

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    This likely has very little to do with airflow - even under bad airflow conditions results should be significantly better. This sounds like a bad mounting of the block or issue with the pump.

    Have you re-installed it using the correct hardware?

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Quote Originally Posted by Aays View Post
    I don't know if the thermal paste is the problem, becouse I had some problems screwing the block to the CPU (used the Intel screws instead of the AMD wich are a little bit shorter) and maybe smeared the paste around. Right now i get 35-36C idle and 61-63C while playing. This seems like a bit high, at least the 63C part. I know I read on some forum that the cores MAX temp is 65C and can get damaged. Is there anyone who has the same case, NZXT H440, or knows how I can get the best airflow in the case? I read that there are two different ways you can get air into the case, by eather pulling it in in the front and pulling it out in the back and top, or by just pulling the hot air out. I'd like to know what the difference is and wich one is the best for cooling. BTW, you guys are the best!
    Hmm, smearing that thermal paste around could be detrimental. You should be having a hard time getting out of the 40s with a large CLC like the H110 at stock. If you had some thermal paste around, I'd consider pulling the head off, seeing if the coverage looks like it was covering the CPU with an even thin coat, and if not, try the dot method, about pea sized, and re-seat the pump head. In my experience, bad temperatures tend to be related to the thermal paste seal when everything else seems to be working.

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    Default Re: High temps FX-8350 with H110i

    Just to add a quick note, I'm testing a H110i GTX on an FX-8350 OCed to 4.5 Ghz. I'm barely breaking 40c on full load with OCCT. There has to be something with either the install or the chip in your case.

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