Question What is the best software

christonian

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I have H100 v2 on 4790k and 1080ti and a few more extra fans, what is the best software and profile to make sure everything stays cool and can adjust on the fly without any of my involvement

I use my system for gaming and streaming
 

Lutfij

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App's that manage the thermals on your GPU are stand alone from the CPU's thermal management. If you're looking at thermal monitoring app's, you can go through NZXT's CAM. In any case, you might actually have an app that manages your thermals like the AI Suite app from Asus. Which leads me to ask, what are your full specs? list them like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS:
 

WildCard999

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Well both the CPU AIO & GPU have there own default profiles so as long as both are installed correctly they should stay within safe temps.

Monitor both with HWmonitor, as long as both stay under 80C then no worries.
https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

If adjustments need to be made then you'll want Cosair Link for the AIO and for the GPU you can use MSI Afterburner. Both programs can increase (or decrease) fan speeds to suit your needs.
 

christonian

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App's that manage the thermals on your GPU are stand alone from the CPU's thermal management. If you're looking at thermal monitoring app's, you can go through NZXT's CAM. In any case, you might actually have an app that manages your thermals like the AI Suite app from Asus. Which leads me to ask, what are your full specs? list them like so:
CPU:
Motherboard:
Ram:
SSD/HDD:
GPU:
PSU:
Chassis:
OS:

CPU: 4790k with H100V2
Motherboard: Fatal1ty Z97 Killer
Ram: 16gb Avexir
SSD/HDD: 2 crucial ssd and samsung hdd
GPU: 1080ti EVGA FTW3
PSU: EVGA Gold Nova 750
Chassis: Nzxt H500 Red
OS: Win 10

Side question would it be worth getting a water block for GPU
https://www.kijiji.ca/v-computer-components/london/evga-400-hy-5698-b1-gtx-1080-ti-ftw3-hybrid-water-block-cooler/1434711000?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true
 

christonian

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Well both the CPU AIO & GPU have there own default profiles so as long as both are installed correctly they should stay within safe temps.

Monitor both with HWmonitor, as long as both stay under 80C then no worries.
https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

If adjustments need to be made then you'll want Cosair Link for the AIO and for the GPU you can use MSI Afterburner. Both programs can increase (or decrease) fan speeds to suit your needs.
Thanks I put my data in another post, I tried Corsair iCue but it seems to freeze like once a day lol and not give me any stats unless I do a full reboot of the machine
 

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