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Windows 7: CPU Temps way to high please help

07 Aug 2013   #51
MouseGolf

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by herqulees View Post
Not going to start a liquid vs air argument for cooling just going to say I recommend sticking with air cooling seeing as you had no use in the first place for water cooling if you don't over clock. Plus your lack of CPU air circulation because of water cooling is overheating your motherboard along with the CPU. Motherboards were not designed for water cooled CPUs and depend on the air coming off the CPU heatsink to keep them cool.
You are correct, no argument here. I was thinking more of him having a very quiet machine. I did forget to add that he would need to install an extra chassis fan. Since it's a custom built rig he should have a connector for a second chassis fan.

All is good and he's in the right place to find reliable advise.


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07 Aug 2013   #52
herqulees

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SuperTweaker View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by herqulees View Post
Not going to start a liquid vs air argument for cooling just going to say I recommend sticking with air cooling seeing as you had no use in the first place for water cooling if you don't over clock. Plus your lack of CPU air circulation because of water cooling is overheating your motherboard along with the CPU. Motherboards were not designed for water cooled CPUs and depend on the air coming off the CPU heatsink to keep them cool.
You are correct, no argument here. I was thinking more of him having a very quiet machine. I did forget to add that he would need to install an extra chassis fan. Since it's a custom built rig he should have a connector for a second chassis fan.

All is good and he's in the right place to find reliable advise.
Glad we agree, and hey someone from Arizona, I miss living out there lol
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18 Aug 2013   #53
MouseGolf

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