danielthenewbie Posted December 29, 2015 Share Posted December 29, 2015 When i run prime 95 it starts at a low 55c on the hottest core and after a while the heat starts to ramp up first slowly then once it hits around 70 it quickly reaches 88-90c. I'm not overclocking the CPU right now every thing is on auto in the bios is on auto. I have tried a few configurations on the h100 first front panel sucking air in then front panel blowing air out and now it's mounted in the chassi roof blowing air out. I just ran a prime 95 test and the PC crashed at 70c which is weird hopefully the cpu isn't damaged. I have tried different modes in the corsair soft ware pump-quiet fans-quiet pump-quiet fans-performance pump-performance fans-performance I read somewhere that a reason for the cpu heating up over time was that the rad being mounted lower than the CPU caused circulation problems and air being stuck in the pump and all the liquid staying in the rad. Now the rad is top mounted and i still get ramping heat. idle temp is 23-30c load temp 55-65 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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