yes fans are exhausting air through the radiator out of the case. mounting infront is not an option as it only support 120mm fans.The fans are sucking air upwards into the radiator correct, and not pulling downwards?
Actually if the pump failed neither pipe would be hot because no liquid would flow.Maybe it's a foggy brain, but surely water into block is cold and water out is hot?
I'm not understanding a hit and cold pipe means pump is broken?
A failed pump would let heat soak both pipes?
It's the cooler I am 99% sure. I also had an H115i and 2 months ago the exact same thing happened 1 pipe hot and 1 cold. Idle temps were 40-50 and under load would get to 90C. I changed the cooler and temps were back to normal. RMA it.yes fans are exhausting air through the radiator out of the case. mounting infront is not an option as it only support 120mm fans.
so I connected the USB cable and installed corsair icue software. set pump to extreme and fans on balanced. still same problem with prime within 3sec it hits 100c. what I notice that someone mentioned in this thread is that the one pump is very hot and the other one cool. could be cooler...
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idling = +-35 degrees. Im still expecting much more from this cooler.What are idle Temps?
If they're low, then it could mean that bios is giving too many volty bois when under load.
If so then change voltage manually.
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Bios is on default. what i also noticed now. when i scanned my C drive which is a M.2 NVME ssd with windows defender, temps reach 100 degrees and voltages is about at 1.32v.Hay bud.
Go into the bios and load defaults.
That should reset any issues and then see if you are still experiencing the high temps.
Alternatively, I'm sure one of us could assist with a whatsapp call while you are in the bios so help check your settings.