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Xigmatek HDT-s1283 + i5 750 Results

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December 30, 2009 7:02:02 PM

Hello, since I had no idea myself I thought that it would be nice to list my results for anyone who wants to know how an Xigmatek HDT-s1283 works on an i5 750, or any Core i7 CPU as well since they are pretty similar.

Stock cooling was horrible, I would idle at about 35c across all cores and at load with all cores I would easy go beyond 80c if I let it.

Well I just installed my Xigy, with the after market bracket, and with my i5 750 at stock I'm getting:

Idles
Core 1: 26c
Core 2: 21c
Core 3: 25c
Core 4: 21c

And after a maximum intel burn test I got this for load (2.8 GHz after Turbo mode kicked in @ 1.216v) :
Cores 1: 53C
Cores 2: 48c
Cores 3: 48c
Cores 4: 48c

Those are some nice temps, especially considering my dual 8800 GTS 512s which do dump some heat in the case. Here is my case cooling:

2 Antec tricool fans on high (2x 79 CFM) -Front intake
2 Antec tricool fans on high (2x 79cfm) - Top exhaust
2 silverstone 92nm fans (2 about 30-40 CFM) - rear exhaust

So my case is pretty close to an Antec 900 in performance.

Also note that my Xigy is using a Scythe Sliptstream 1900 RPM, 110 CFM, fan which I highly recommend since it isn't all that loud and performs great at low RPM.

I haven't begun overclocking, though I'm about to, so if anyone is interested I'll post up my final temps when I'm done.
a b K Overclocking
December 30, 2009 7:43:45 PM

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Also note that my Xigy is using a Scythe Sliptstream 1900 RPM, 110 CFM, fan which I highly recommend since it isn't all that loud and performs great at low RPM.


I too have a S1283, CCF,etc using that exact SlipStream and a ULTRA KAZE. Both perform quite well. You may also want to take a look at Yate Loon fans if you haven't already.

Anyways, take a look here also: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/252942-29-some-notes-...
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December 30, 2009 9:06:26 PM

how did you put those colorful boxes wit hur system specs in the signature place?
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a b K Overclocking
December 31, 2009 11:52:33 AM

I have the same Xiggy ripping a Q6600 @ 3.6 with 1.44 vcore and temps have not gone above 45c, idle is 23c thinking i might be able to push my FSB a little higher...
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