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The 6800k is very much a real processor, and has a stock TDP of 140w. If you don't intend on OCing it, I'd say look at the Cryorig M9i. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Can't find your answer ?

Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: CPU fan question This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 10, 2006 3:42 AM PDT In reply to: CPU fan question The Intel or AMD supplied heatsink and fan units. Check your motherboard manual to see if you've connected the fan to the correct header. Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion CPU fan

Even under these conditions, your CPU shouldn't pass 85 degrees with that cooler. I bought Thermaltake CL-P0006 CPU Cooling Heatsink and put a Vantec 92-MM tornado on top that. I wanted to connect it right to the 12 volt connector pins.

Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Ask ! Because I have fans on the top of my case, I'll reposition the cooler so that it has a fan blowing through the heatsink out the top, and one on the joex444Jun 29, 2016, 6:36 PM For a 6800K?

The H50 should be sufficient to cool the 6700K/6800K (I'm also assuming that's a typo, should be 6700K?) just not for overclocking. CPU fan question solved CPU Cooling Fan Error Message Question solved Question about replacing CPU Fan solved Intel CPU / CPU Noctua Fan / Thermal Grease Question! share Link to post Share on other sites LoGiCalDrm LoGiCalDrm    Floatplane Pilot 14,964 posts A geek? That being said, it seems my best options are to either buy a h110 or get an air cooler.

Sign in here. Was it PWM? Location: -- .- .-.. .- -.-- ... .. .- Posted November 23, 2016 Its best to get a new cooler. The '140W' CPU is something you'll never see unless you do extreme number crunching/benchmarking (Linpack, Prime95, etc).

The fan should be blowing air over the heatsink and out the back. you can try this out Even under these conditions, your CPU shouldn't pass 85 degrees with that cooler. Not sure how loud it really is - the specs say 30dB at 1700RPM. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India

You'll also likely have to completely remove the motherboard to put an aftermarket cooler on. solved CPU OPT fan header question. I'd suggest you go with the Cryorig C7. Gam3r01Jun 29, 2016, 6:46 PM Pat Flynn said: It sounds like the CPU fan isn't adjusting it's RPM based on the temperature of the CPU.

TechSpot is a registered trademark. thanks! I guess I figured the H50 would be enough if I wasn't going to overclock. If you don't hear the pitch change on the CPU fan, I'd say that you've connected the CPU fan to the wrong header, or you've connected it straight to your power

Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. So of those two, an air cooler or a higher end water cooling, which would be quieter? All rights reserved.

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The CPU should stay under 90 degrees Celsius for all events. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Don't mess with cooling, please replace the fan or the cooler altogether if need be. Permalink Littlesplash submitter 1 point 3 months ago the fan was 70mm x 70mm x 15 and it was a silence cooler master 3 pin it wasnt a pwm model number-

I would have gotten almost the same temps that I got from Thermaltake CL-P0006 CPU Cooling Heatsink and the Vantec 92-MM Tornado.With proper case air flow circulation you can be find Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? GameSpot Forums PC/Mac/Linux Society Browse Boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the Airflow question too solved Question regarding CPU temperature jump after fan change solved Laptop CPU Fan Question solved CPU fan question solved A CPU Fan Question solved Question about the CPU

You likely don't have much room for a super tall cooler, so anything over 150-160mm is likely out. vvvv share Link to post Share on other sites Lord_Christoff Lord_Christoff    Member 1 post Location: England Posted November 23, 2016 I try to avoid stock fans, as previously mentioned by Ramamataz Sign In   Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? On my first built computer I had a problem with CPU Temp.

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