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Old 04-27-2014, 10:13 AM
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Default Corsair H110 / AMD 8350 / NZXT 630

So my first water cooler. All parts new except SSD and RAM and MOBO.

Used the stock coolant from the H110, replaced stock fans with a set of Noctua Kit NF-A14 FLX 140mm, 3-Pin fans.

All the fans in my case are hooked up to the controller that comes with it, which by my understanding means they are all running at full speed.

Now i have my CPU set to 4.4ghz.. and getting an idle temp of 43 degrees.

And my case temp or mobo temp is 25 degrees.

So my questions is, with my lack of experience. Does this seem like a fair temp with this setup and conditions?

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nothing? no ideas?
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give a little time for help,please
id go back to stock oc and get familiar with idle/full load temps first and slowly increase..
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