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Question Help With H100İ Platinum

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Hello, I have Corsair h100i platinum and I applied Arctic MX4 to it and my temps at idle around 50-65 celsius degrees and 75 degrees at CPU-Z stress test. I cleaned my whole pc and the marks of the temp seems so high to me. Is it normal guys ?
 
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I tested in balanced mode and the overall temps for all CPUs' are around 40 degrees so I had a doubt about that.
 
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I gave mx4 a try on 1 of my 3 corsairs but was not satisfied with it and went back to what I still use today which is the Thermaltake Tg7 for $8.00 a tube at most Best Buy's.

On my 3600x with a corsair h110i in a room with a/c which stays about 20-22c
Or 69-72f @ idle runs 26-28c
running Cbr20 runs low 60c.
That is with noctua IPPC's 3000 rpm fans
Set to perfomance using corsair link 4 software. Most of the time the fans run at 1600 to 1700 rpm. On running cbr20 for long runs back to back runs of 5 or more then the fans go up to 1900 to 2100 rpm.


Some brands may need some cure time.
If you room isn't air conditioned that will also keep your temps higher.
Give it some time doing power cycles ( heat up / shut downs) and see how it reacts to what you are doing with it.
I tried 3-4 different brands till I landed on the thermaltake TG7 which is what seems to work best for me.

As CountMike said Depending on your mobo applying some offset voltage in bios may help also.
Look in your mobo manual for cpu voltage settings on how to apply offset -neg voltage.
 
Nov 24, 2019
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I gave mx4 a try on 1 of my 3 corsairs but was not satisfied with it and went back to what I still use today which is the Thermaltake Tg7 for $8.00 a tube at most Best Buy's.

On my 3600x with a corsair h110i in a room with a/c which stays about 20-22c
Or 69-72f @ idle runs 26-28c
running Cbr20 runs low 60c.
That is with noctua IPPC's 3000 rpm fans
Set to perfomance using corsair link 4 software. Most of the time the fans run at 1600 to 1700 rpm. On running cbr20 for long runs back to back runs of 5 or more then the fans go up to 1900 to 2100 rpm.


Some brands may need some cure time.
If you room isn't air conditioned that will also keep your temps higher.
Give it some time doing power cycles ( heat up / shut downs) and see how it reacts to what you are doing with it.
I tried 3-4 different brands till I landed on the thermaltake TG7 which is what seems to work best for me.

As CountMike said Depending on your mobo applying some offset voltage in bios may help also.
Look in your mobo manual for cpu voltage settings on how to apply offset -neg voltage.
Ok thanks man for advice
 

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