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    CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    Water cooled my CPU(custom loop) and have done a stress test 100% cpu usage for 10 min(room temp 22c)

    CPU - I7 4790k (no OC yet)
    results are:
    idle: 29c - 33c
    load: 46c - 52c

    I'm pretty sure these are average temps but just wanting to make sure.

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    Re: CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    yeh that is good, check again after an hour to make sure the loops ok, Aida64 is a good tool (As are many others) to check each core.

    Throw prime95 with AVX at it to see how hot it can go!

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    Re: CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    Very good. My 4770k at stock under a h105 at 100% tops out at 54 to 60c with no OC
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    Re: CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phage View Post
    Very good. My 4770k at stock under a h105 at 100% tops out at 54 to 60c with no OC
    Are you aware they're recalling the H105?

    OP: Temps look great to me.
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    Re: CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    Quote Originally Posted by MrRockliffe View Post
    Are you aware they're recalling the H105?
    Do you have any idea about why?

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    Re: CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    Something to do with the coolant leaking when they're exposed to sub 0 temps during transport. On my phone, will edit and post a link on my computer.

    EDIT: Appears I was mistaken - it's the H110i being recalled
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    Re: CPU Temps water cooled ok?

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyboardDemon View Post
    Do you have any idea about why?
    To explain that issue in much more details, here is our official statement.

    As a precautionary measure, Corsair has recalled the H110i GT from our resellers for screening. Here’s some information about what this means to you.

    1. We discovered that when some units are exposed to extremely cold, sub-freezing temperatures during shipment, they can leak small amounts of coolant.

    2. This problem can be immediately identified when the box is opened as some users noticed small drops of coolant in the plastic bag surrounding the unit.

    3. If there has been no coolant leaked in the package, the unit should operate normally and with no problems.

    Though we have seen no failures of units during operation, and have tested units in a wide variety of conditions to verify they have not leaked once installed, we understand that this can be disconcerting. If you have purchased this product and have a concern, please contact your reseller or Corsair directly to return the product. We will likely not have replacement units available for six weeks, as the entire recall, screening, and re-manufacturing process takes significant shipping time.

    Thank you for purchasing Corsair, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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