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Old 08-16-2018, 09:05 AM
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https://www.amazon.de/Cooler-Master-...=cooler+master
this is my case
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And how are the fans configured? Where is the radiator installed? And are you rsystem specs complete? I don't see a cooler in there.
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I believe we are looking at a front mounted H115i in the case above. My concern is the coolant temp seems a bit high for front mount. So assuming a 29C room temperature, the liquid temperature is always 36C or higher? I guess the easy way is the take off the front panel and see if there is a different. Make sure you are not running a dust filter on that as well. Radiator + dust filer is a lot of restriction, not to mention the panel. I thought the "dust filters" on that case were on the inlets, away from the fan which should eliminate this as a real problem.
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after A Long Test i have See it is the Case this making the Problem now i watch to Buy a better case what do you think about this case https://www.amazon.de/Corsair-PC-Geh...rch&th=1&psc=1
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after A Long Test i have See it is the Case this making the Problem now i watch to Buy a better case what do you think about this case https://www.amazon.de/Corsair-PC-Geh...rch&th=1&psc=1
i mean the Corsair Crystal 570X RGB
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I don't want to tell you to get a new case unless I am absolutely sure that is the issue and the new case would be a clear improvement. We have been suggesting possible sources, but don't have any real data from you as to what happens, so I can't differentiate a cooler that has a mild flow problem from an airflow management issue. I am concerned because even people using effectively solid glass panel fronts do not complain of mid 40s liquid temps. Please share specific numbers. (I powered on, it was 30C H115i Temp, then quickly rose to 36C, ran CPU only stress test for 5 minutes and the liquid temp went to 44C and won't cool down, etc.).
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This are pictures from my pc now you can Check if i have do all Right and my specs Gtx 1070 Asus strix corair 3200mhz ram and i7 8700k with 4.7 ghz at 1.220 Volt i Hope you can help me
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OK, well one new development. You have the fans on the front mounted radiator set to exhaust and push air out the front of the case. This is not in itself wrong and I am running a "reverse flow" case right now, where the bottom and rear are intake, the top and front exhaust. However, your rear fan is still exhaust and I cannot see the top fans at all. If all of your fans are turned to exhaust, this may explain some of air flow management issues.

While I run my case in reverse for a specific reason, both my GPU and CPU are water cooled so I don't take a penalty for doing things this way. I am not sure that will still be true with an open GPU heating up the center of the case. We can approach this from either direction, but I would have a strong preference to flip the front radiator fans around and make them intake and see how this changes things.

*Please tell or show me the top fans as well. Need to know if they are intake or exhaust.
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Hello c attack i have make pictures from the top Front
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Oh, I see now. There are no top mounts in that case at all. It is front and rear only. Well, that makes the decision easy.

Tomorrow morning, turn the front fans around. It doesn't matter if they are on the inside or outside of the radiator, but the "label" side of the fan with the specification sticker should be pointing toward the GPU and the inside of the case. Do the opposite of how they are now. This will make the front the intake pathway and the rear fan will do exhaust. It should help push the GPU waste toward the rear. Right now you have no intake flow, so the interior fans draw from wherever they can. This likely produces a swirl of air in the middle of the case and that is where the GPU sits. Paying a penalty on both ends.
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Hey c attack i have do what you say and i got again 40.3c water temp its Start with 29c and After playing 30 Minutes i have Hit 40.3 c water temp when the side Panel is off i got 36.7c water temphttp://www.directupload.net/file/d/5...uzwflb_jpg.htm
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This still seems high to me or rather the change is too much. When it has fully cooled down and the liquid temp stabilized, can you run a CPU only stress test. Use something mild like Intel XTU, AIDA64. Try to avoid Prime95 and IBT. They are not helpful for distinguishing between a working and impaired cooler. You only need to run it for 10-15 minutes. I am looking for the change in H115i Temp between the start and the end. When you stop the test, the coolant temp should drop 2C almost immediately, then continue to slowly cool down. See if this matches what you see or if the temp stays at the peak level.
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Hey c attack thank your for all the help and tips there you give me but i buy a new case this is better to See of it is the case thank and have a happy life
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