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Seidon 120v plus help

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Woody    0

Hello everyone, apologies if I am posting this in the wrong section.

 

Yesterday I built a PC which I now have up and running. I have the CPU cooled with a Seidon 120v plus, however, the CPU temp is at 45.5 - 47.0 c at idle.

The CPU is an Intel Core i7 7700K and is not overclocked. I have one 200mm intake fan on the front, a 120mm coolermaster Jetflo exhaust on the back, 2 exhaust fans on the top and the Siedon radiator and fan mounted to the top of the case as well.

 

I have seated and re-seated/thermal pasted the CPU cooler with minimal effect and am not sure of my next steps.

 

Appreciate any help!

 

Thanks

Woody

 

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Sunday Morning    178

Hi Woody

Welcome to CM forum ,Moved to correct section:)

Anyway may i know detail your specs ? and how your install your seidon ( pump connector and fans connector )

So far as i know the best 120 radiator is at the back .

Try follow as link i give below :

1, How to determine if the pump is functioning on your liquid cooler

2, Liquid Cooling: Where do I connect the Fans and Pump?

Checked I7 7700k TDP is 91Watt and meanwhile your Seidon 120v plus is 150Watt mean you can still able to lower your temp .

 

And to get best solution i would like suggest you to contact CM customer service, they will assist you

 

Hope this can help .

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Woody    0

Thanks Mohd Noh!

 

Specs:

CPU: Intel Core i7 7700K

MOBO: ASRock Z170 Extreme4 Motherboard

Graphics card: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Xtreme Gaming 6GB

Case: Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Chassis Black

PSU: Corsair RM650i 80Plus Gold 650W Modular Power Supply

SDD: Samsung 960 EVO NVMe M.2 250GB SSD

HDD: Seagate Barracuda 3TB ST3000DM008

Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120V Plus Liquid CPU Cooler

Extra fans: Cooler Master JetFlo 120mm PWM Blue LED Case Fan x2

 

I have a 200mm stock Phanteks fan in the front (intake), 140mm stock Phanteks fan in the top (exhaust), Seidon radiator mounted to the top (fan exhast), 120mm Cooler Master JetFlo 120mm PWM Blue LED Case Fan in top (exhast) for a total of 3 exhaust fans at the top. One rear 120mm Cooler Master JetFlo set to exhaust.

 

I have the pump line (3 pin) plugged into a 4 pin optional CPU fan/pump connector and the fan plugged into a 4 pin chassis fan connector. My CPU 1 fan connector is connected to a cable which hooks up to a fan hub.

 

I believe the pump is working as it is registering at over 2000rpm in BIOS.

 

Cheers

Woody

 

 

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Sunday Morning    178

try change your pump connector into system fan header and see the result .

i owner seidon 120v and plus and both of my seidon i connected into system fans header ... meanwhile the fans put at opt and cpu header

try check nepton user do ( concept is same where he put and connect his pump and fans

 

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