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Old 08-12-2019, 11:35 PM
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Woah! H115i temperature 20 degrees bellow CPU temp on Full

Hello, all,

I recently purchased a new Corsair H115i pro. Loojs alright, but I´m rendering a video on Adobe Premiere with CPU at 98%. Watching on the software ICUE, I see a temperature of 37.5 degrees celsius, while watching on the CPUID software, I see 62 degrees celsius. Is it right or wrong ? Why this so big difference ? On ICUE, I set all fans and pump to extreme to this task, because CPU is at 100%. Normaly, CPU keeps around 40 degrees on idle. But I wanted to certify if it is normal. Recently I had to change an H100i because it came to the end.

My CPU is an Intel i7 2600k overclocked to 4.6Ghz.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-13-2019, 12:45 AM
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Presumably you are looking at the coolant temperature (H115i Pro Temp) in iCUE. That is the measure of heat in the cooler and the basis for fan/pump speed as well as the minimum possible cpu temperature at zero volts. You can add CPU temperature to the iCUE dashboard through the + drop down menu and adding the CPU, motherboard, etc.
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