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March 9, 2014 11:34:58 AM

I've had my custom build for around 3 months running the 4670k with a Corsair H80i water cooler. Just started having issues where the water cooler isn't decreasing the temperature of my CPU as well as when I first installed it - to the point where, when running prime95, I actually reached 110 degrees celsius.

I've tried new thermal paste, disassembled the whole H80i and put it back together, and tried moving the computer to the basement so it has cooler air to work with. None of these have fixed the issue. Corsair Link sort of works with the cooler but even when I increase fans speeds I get no noticeable change in temperature.

I sent in a tech support ticket to Corsair about the issue but they have yet to respond. Any suggestions? I'm thinking about just buying the Cooler Master T4 cooler but I'd rather have a working water cooler...
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March 9, 2014 11:42:55 AM

I would guess, when it hits that high temp, it would shut down the computer because of running too hot.

Does it shut down? If no, try some different temperature monitoring programs, if yes, i have no idea.
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March 9, 2014 12:14:11 PM

lackysami said:
sneakster said:
I've had my custom build for around 3 months running the 4670k with a Corsair H80i water cooler. Just started having issues where the water cooler isn't decreasing the temperature of my CPU as well as when I first installed it - to the point where, when running prime95, I actually reached 110 degrees celsius.

I've tried new thermal paste, disassembled the whole H80i and put it back together, and tried moving the computer to the basement so it has cooler air to work with. None of these have fixed the issue. Corsair Link sort of works with the cooler but even when I increase fans speeds I get no noticeable change in temperature.

I sent in a tech support ticket to Corsair about the issue but they have yet to respond. Any suggestions? I'm thinking about just buying the Cooler Master T4 cooler but I'd rather have a working water cooler...


have you tried to move the cold gel pipe while testing it could be that it's not delivering the cold gel to your cpu. and it's stuck on something.


Hmm I never thought about trying that. Let's see if that works...

[UPDATE] That didn't help but thanks for the suggestion!
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