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  1. Hmm i JUST thought of something. I don't know where the sensor for the liquid is located, but maybe my GPU is blasting hot air onto the sensor? There's nothing between the GPU and CPU block, and the iCUE H100i temp is pretty close to the temp of my GPU (my GPU runs between 47-53C and entire rest of my setup 25-30). EDIT: I'll make a long GPU benchmark, and see if the coolant temperature get's semi close to the GPU temp.
  2. So far nothing. I haven't solved it yet, but i have noticed something weird though. I tried setting the H100i fans to fixed 700RPM, so it wouldnt go crazy at the 2700RPM (from Quiet mode). And nothing happened with the temperature. So i did a couple of cinebench tests, and somehow the Temp now fell by a couple of degrees. Ill send an e-mail to Corsair.
  3. I see. I check BIOS, and everything seems fine. But i did notice, the fans first go crazy once i boot into windows. Also - the i9-9900k is by default at 3.6, but i found out i actually OC to 4.3 and not 4.2 (but whatever). Minor detail Ill check at those links you send "Classified101". Thanks
  4. The H100i has its own connector for both fans (so 2 turns into 1) - which is then plugged into the CPU_FAN slot. Looking at my motherboard manual (Z390-F), it is max 1A 12W, so that is 12V yes. The fan curve is actually a default one called "quiet", where you cannot see the curves. I can try making a custom curve myself, but it's worked fantastic over the last year on the "Quiet" setting. The bouncing around in the graph i linked is probably because of the cinebench testing i did. Right now it sits stable at 51C.
  5. Hello everyone. Recently my custom build has been starting to run pretty loud. The noise originates from my H100i, trying to cool my i9-9900K OC to 4.2. I've always had my H100i fans turned on "quiet" in iCUE without any problems. My CPU temp is steady 27C, and spikes to 43C during a Cinebench test. However! Im noticing my "Temp" on my cooler in iCUE sits at 50C. I've tried googling it, and apparently its the water temperature shown, and quickly figured out it could be a contact between the CPU and cooler, or a broken pump. Now i've cleaned the contact plates with isopropyl, and applied a new "rice corn" of thermal paste. I turned the beast on and it was silent again! I touched the tube with the water running through, and could barely feel the stream. That was until 2 min after the PC was turned on. Now it's loud again, and i can clearly feel the water pumping through both tubes again. iCUE is staying at 2700-2750 RPM, and im now out of idea. Does anyone know what else it might be?
  6. I have just installed the new CPU and everything works. Thanks for the help :)
  7. I put all the parts in pcpartpicker.com (with the 9900k) and i didnt get any problems . I just had a 6700k laying around, and it had the same socket so i just expected it to fit. So it's not that big of a deal. And i genuinely feel like i've done a fair amount of research, considering its my first "fresh" build.
  8. Ohh okay. I thought it would still work because its a 1151 socket. I'd just expect the CPU LED to shine continuous yellow or red, and not the DRAM. I guess ill just have to wait until i recieve the 9900k
  9. Hello everyone. I have recently build a completely new PC, and im having trouble getting it to POST. The specs are: MOBO: Asus ROG STRIX Z390-F CPU: I7 6700K (Only momentarily) - switching to I9-9900K in 2 weeks PSU: AX860I RAM: 2x Crucial DDR4 2400MHz 16GB (CT16G4DFD824A) for a total of 32G When i turn on the PC, there's a little LED above the 24pin connector that says CPU and light red for ~half a second. Afterwards there's a yellow LED that lights up next to "DRAM" and it stays like that for a couple of seconds. A couple of seconds later the entire PC shuts down and resets. Now a loop has begun, and these steps 3 steps repeats themself again and again. -I've tried switching around the RAM to different slots, both mono and dual. -I've tried completely removing the RAM. That resulted in the PC running for ~20 seconds but still without POST. I don't have any other DDR4 RAM available to test with. But the RAM come from another build, where they worked fine. Does anyone know any troubleshooting for this? I'm out of ideas, and so far lost all sanity from spending around 4K on a PC i cant even enter BIOS on btw the upper yellow led in the video is the MemOK! turned on The middle yellow is the DRAM bottom red is the CPU video-1543527844.mp4
  10. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU Intel - Core i9-9900K 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $569.99 @ Newegg CPU Cooler Corsair - H60 (2018) 57.2 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $69.89 @ OutletPC Motherboard Asus - ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING ATX LGA1151 Motherboard Memory Kingston - HyperX Fury 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory $164.12 @ Amazon Storage Samsung - 840 EVO 250 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive Video Card Asus - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8 GB ROG STRIX Video Card $549.99 @ B&H Case Corsair - 550D ATX Mid Tower Case Power Supply Corsair - 860 W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply $229.99 @ Corsair Operating System Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit $98.89 @ OutletPC Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total (before mail-in rebates) $1702.87 Mail-in rebates -$20.00 Total $1682.87 Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-11-19 17:27 EST-0500 Forgot to link this
  11. Hello everyone. For the following Black Friday, im going to be building a completely new PC and i think i have found the pieces i need. It would be a great help if anyone could confirm im not bottlenecking myself with anything. CPU I9-9900K -Corsair H60 GPU 1070TI A8G PSU 860W MOBO Z390-F 16GB DDR4 2666HZ HDD + SSD I was thinking of fitting it all into a Corsair 550D and fan pretty much every opening (it has noise cancelling foam inside).