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  1. I just installed the H60 liquid cooling system and now my cpu runs super hot, around 98 degrees. I noticed my games now all have horrible frame rates and will not start as well. Any ideas what could be the issue? My PC: AS ROCK z68 Extreme Gen3 Intel i7 (not over clocked) Nvidia GTX 1070 32G Ram 1TB SSD
  2. Hello. I have purchased a H60 hydro cooler a month ago and the pump has this constant buzzing, louder than my 3 fans in the system. I am aware of the fact that it has an operating noise, i just don't know if this buzzing is normal, it quite annoys me. I have tried to move the radiator but it doesn't help. If this noise is normal i'll just accept is, it is my first. With no fans operating, i measure the noise at around 40dB. Here's a video i took: [ame]https://youtu.be/RcW9N4yxl4k[/ame] Thank you for your answers.
  3. Hello, My Corsair H50 died so I need to replace it so I bought a Corsair H60. Can I use the backplate from the H50 so I don't have to remove the motherboard to install it. It socket 1366 x58 chipset. Thsnk you.
  4. happy holidays! I got the Corsair H60 as a gift and I just installed it. But I can't tell if it's working or not--this is my first AIO. Here are the temps after browsing online for roughly 20-30 minutes. Does it seem to be working? A few details: I plugged the pump into the CPU Fan pin of my mother board. The H60 pump connection is only a 3-pin connector. I plugged it into a 4-pin port. The H60 I got doesn't appear to have any LEDs or RGBs. So I can't tell if it's actually getting power. Here are my temps. Do you think it's working? https://ibb.co/QD61HY2
  5. Hi everyone, I've been having a little problem this weekend when I went up with friends to play on lan. It would seem I have some temperature issue and I am wondering about the whole H60 System. This computer is a computer I've bought from the company I worked for when they switched their fleet, so I don't think I could have any warranty of sort on parts really, which is why I have some issue finding support right now. I've been reading on and off on H60 right now, and I understand how hard it will be to try and find the culprit, but let me start with this picture, this one is worrysome to me but could make sense to you. https://i.imgur.com/b1ndnN7.jpg The most left tube is getting hot, the other one is literally room temperature. If I dare to touch the actual H60 module I dont seem to feel any vibration at all. Here's a rundown of temperatures at idle : https://i.imgur.com/xuSU2ka.png If I open a game my "Package" temp and cores go up from 85 to 100 in matters of seconds as the game splash screen loads up. But my idle right now seems to be around 65° to 75°. I've seen some post where they were suggested they should be seeing the pump activity through monitor softwares but I can't seem to find what or where should that be ? Thanks for any ideas / input you could share with me.
  6. Hello there, I installed a new H60 (2018 edition) into my system (MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard, i7 6700K is the CPU). The unit is installed in the normal orientation, with two Noctua fans in push/pull, exhausting warm air out of the back of the case. Picture: https://imgur.com/WxgegpJ. The reason I'm going for a 120 mm AIO is because the case itself is quite cramped. Thermally, everything seemed okay. My temperature peaks stay below 80C, even after running the most demanding stress tests (Prime95, Realbench, ...). The pump block, however had been making a sound I can only describe like an old HDD. A non-rhythmic rattle, like you're reading data off an old drive. It's not a continuous monotonous buzz, it's more ... sparkly? My English language knowledge fails me here :) I double checked the connections, wiggled the tubes a bit, tried different SATA power headers, ... The RPM reported for the pump is 4050-4100, which seems desirable. There's no way to adjust RPM speed for the pump on this new H60 model anyway (probably for good reason). Since I thought this noise wasn't normal and I must have gotten a defective product, I sent the unit in for replacement with my retailer, and got a new one the next day. After installing the newly arrived unit, in the same way, I get the same noise. To be 100% sure it's not from another source, I went into BIOS and manually stopped all my fans - it's definitely the pump. Tilting my case to the right at about 45 degrees gets rid of the problem, which increases my suspicion it's air bubble related. Anyone with similar experiences? Should I just wait and let it "settle"? I've read things about getting the unit out and shaking it all about? Letting the case run on it's side (isn't that ... dangerous?))? I know the H60 isn't exactly the flagship cooler, but I still paid good money for it - would like to have it running silently/
  7. Hey, I have a ticket regarding the H50 and H60 AIOs and what TDP they're rated for, if anyone could point me in the right direction that'd be greatly appreciated ticket id is 2000771658
  8. Hallo. Habe die H60 auf 1155 laufen und werde demnächst auf 2011 umziehen. Meine H60 ist vom Jahr 2011 und der Karton besagt nichts von Sockel 2011. Die neuen H60 unterstützen den Sockel 2011 aber. Gibt es ein Nachrüstsatz und wenn ja, wo bekomme ich den her ? Gruß Homer
  9. Hi everybody, I have a Core i7 8700 and I decided to install the H60. My case has fan that was installed in the back, the same spot I am going to install the h60. So I did the installation. With the air cooler, while gaming I got about 80 Celsius and now with the H60 I have about 70 Celsius. I was expecting to be around 60s, am I crazy or not? Lol. The installation was done right exactly the manual suggests. Rad facing the case and the fan following, side to the proc. Well, I was wondering to use that fan was in my case, like Fan-Rad-Fan. Is that a good idea? If yes, how should be the fan positions for better performance? Thanks!
  10. Greetings fellow members of the corsair forums, today i wanted to request some time from you all to answer some questions about the Corsair H60 water cooler. So, about it, mine have been doing noises since the day i built my pc, it is worth mentioning that this is not my first build using the H60, i had a previous one wich unfortunately was burned by an adapter i try to used. Anyways, i will link a video i uploaded a few days ago so you can listen the noises and know which version of the H60 i have (i believe is the 2013 version) [ame= ] [/ame] I'm pretty sure the PUMP is guilty of the noises, not the rad fan. So, after some insight (once again) into how to properly set the H60, i came across some post around here saying that the PUMP should actually be wired to any SYS_FAN header on the motherboard to allow the PUMP to work at full 12v at all times by configuring the BIOS fan settings, and the rad fan on the CPU_FAN header, same thing i was told on the Tom's Hardware forums. The thing is that, i had the H60 wired on the opposite way, having the PUMP on the CPU_FAN header and the rad fan to the SYS_FAN 1 header, and even after changing it, noise won't go away. Temperatures are perfectly fine and stable, i don't have any complains about that So, i'm starting to be annoyed by all of this, and i beg for some help into how to set this thing properly so i can fix the noise (since apparently, the noise is cause by not having it well installed and configured) or at the very least, know why it makes such noises. I have a Gigabyte motherboard, the H370 HD3 and i have been warned that this is not a good Mobo for water cooling solutions, but i needed this Mobo in particular because of the amount of PCI-e connectors it has. Anyways, the BIOS Smart Fan 5 configs needed to be set by myself to make the H60 work well, and it has a lot of options in the configurations that i don't understand, so if you people need to know how i configured it as of now, i will provided it, but i hope the information i provided is enough for you to help me with all of this. To finish with this, i hope i have explained myself good enough and gaved you some insight into all of this, i really wish to understand this for once. Thank you for your time and pacience.
  11. I'm going to switch my current Corsair H60 with an H115 for my current build, and as I'm planning to use the H60 for an old build (i7 2600k) I would like to know which thermal paste should I use for it. Is there any specific recommendation? Thank you in advance.
  12. I replaced the AMD Wraith cooler that came with my FX-8370 with a Corsair H60 (original) due to my CPU hitting T-Junction sometime into running games or heating up my already warm room. After installing the H60, I now have the problem of my PC powering off (no shutdown) for undetermined reasons. CPU temp can be @40 degrees Celsius in Windows and it will just power off and reboot. And in Debian (Jessie) the behavior gets worse: the PC will power off and reset at a random time within the first 10 minutes of powering on, and the issue happens when attempting a shutdown: at the last phase of the shutdown the PC will instead reset. I've gone into the BIOS and overrode the automatic fan settings so that both the pump (on CPU_FAN) and its fan (on CPU_OPT) should be always running at 100%.
  13. First of all: I wanted to register to the Corsair Support but everytime I try to log in I obtain: "message 005". I read sommmewhere that I have to activate my new account before i can log in, but i did't get an email wich would allow me to activate my account. But maybe you can help me in this case directly: I need a new retention Bracket for socket 115x for the Corsair Hydro Series H60 120mm (CWCH60). I know that it's a little old but I still want to use it on my new system and I lost the original bracket that came in package. Best regards Hinrich Janssen
  14. Good morning/afternoon/evening/night wherever you are. So my problem is this: It seems my CPU temps are running rather high. Now according to most threads I've read the avg temps the 7700k runs at is between 100-120 F under load. My temps are averaging 120-130 while just sitting at the desktop. Then they jump to 140-160 (even touching 180 at times) while running most games. I recently did a case switch from the Thermaltake Core v21 to the Cooler Master Masterbox 3.1 Lite TG. I never really paid a lot of attention to the temps before the switch. So I don't know if it's been like this the whole time, or if this is new. I noticed it today, after having some FPS drops and checking the temps. Here is what I've done so far: I've tried leaving a side panel off (no change). Pulling the cooler off the CPU and reapplying thermal paste (no change). The PC was tucked in the corner on a little nightstand. I moved it out to the center of the wall, hoping for cooler air in the middle (no change). I had the h60 plugged into the CPU_Fan header. Switched it CHA_Fan header, and plugged the fan attached to the h60 into the CPU_fan (no change). So I've got 2 Corsair LED AF120s attached to the front of the case, and the stock Cooler Master case fan at the back. H60 is attached to top AF120 at the front of the case. I've considered the possibilty of having to get a new case, since it may be too tight of a case for good air flow? I've got the 2 front fans pulling air in, the back fan pushing air out, and the PSU fan is facing the bottom of the case. My system specs are updated, so feel free to look there to see it. So are these temps normal? Is it an airflow issue? Is the cooler not strong enough for the CPU? Also a side note: I used an h100i v2 until December '17. The pumps died, and am currently RMAing it with Corsair. Threw an h60 in to get the job done, until the new h100i v2 comes in. Again never really paid much attention to the temps when I had the h100i (shame on me, I know :[pouts:) Thank you for any advice in advance!
  15. Good Afternoon, I am building a new dedicated plex server and am having some issues with it shutting down due to temperature whenever the processor has to do a little bit of work. I am using the H60 hydro cooler and it does not appear to remove any of the heat. Idling does not appear to affect it much or generate much heat. The processor is a Ryzen 7 1800X I have removed and reapplied thermal paste with it having no effect, for that i am using Artic MX-4. Please help me, i am so lost
  16. I just picked up an H60 for my first foray into water cooling. I installed it on an old 1155 board, and I can't seem to get the mounting bracket tight enough. I've checked and double checked, and the backplate, standoffs, and bracket are all installed per instructions and as snug as I can get them. This unit has the thicker rubber tubing, which appears to be putting more sideways pressure than the mounting bracket can handle. In fact, after removing the pump block, I found that a large chunk of the water block wasn't even contacting the CPU heat spreader because of that. The best I have found so far is that it appears there is more space between my standoffs and the motherboard preventing the bracket from getting tightened down as snugly as it should be. I've found other posts such as this one, where people had to add small washers to pull the bracket down tighter and get it to work, but other directions saying the looseness is OK and washer are not recommended. http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=103014 I'm getting pretty frustrated with the vagueness of the installation instructions and nothing in them about making sure you do things a certain way, such as how much play is too much to get proper tightness of the pump block. Right now after first installed, the pump performs a few degrees worse than the air cooler I had on there before, but over time (like the pump block contact is creeping), it jumps up to 69 C which is almost 10 C hotter than the air cooler I was previously using. I don't see that this will work without adding washers behind the MB to pull the bracket down tighter, and then I'm not even sure, but since that isn't recommended, I'm not sure what to do. I've attached some images to help illustrate the first time I removed it. Thanks for any help anyone can give.
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