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post #651 of 28473 Old 12-16-2009, 07:03 PM
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@Sethy666 - Thanks bro, I do the best with what I have . Just installed a set of 12" Dual UV Meteor lights to mix things up with the blue standard lighting with the case. Now I have to hit the local Hobby Lobby and pick up a UV reactive pen and start coloring away!

@GAMERIG - wow that really got dusty fast on ya! a good reminder to make sure and clean the rad periodically, rep+. Hope those fan filters work out for ya!

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I just put new SLI motherboard into rig which is replaced another motherboard for MY SLI video cards. I uninstalled all parts from motherboard. anyhow, I noticed H50's radiator got DUST:


I realized that H50's radiator easily get dust quickly than my car's radiator. that's right?

anyway I clean it as hell and blew dust out of it before install Fan Filter 120mm..

Good thing, I purchased fan filter like few weeks ago. But I didn't install it on H50.

Now I installed it on H50: step by step- 1. Fan grill, 2. filter, then 3. front cover.

I hope fan filter will help and dont get any dust on radiadtor. And I did test temp. it keep lowest temp in rig very well..

you visit at begears ..

Hey, good tip gamerig + rep. I hadnt even thought about that.

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Here is my new setup with my H50. I haven't OC'd it yet since I just finished it. But it keeps my i5 750 at 1-2deg above ambient. 22-28degC idle, 30-40deg load (I used whatever paste was already on it. I mounted my pump upside down as it seemed less stressfull on the hoses and connections. But seeing everyone else's maybe I could put it up the other way.
Another sweet setup

I dont think it matters regarding the orientation of the pump - apart from aesthics.

Good to see someone using an antistatic strap

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Hello... Does anyone know the cubic inch of air the h50 fan blows?

I may want to upgrade to a faster/ better fan.

Right now I'm running 1.26v @ 3.990Ghz @ temp 68-70 after 20 minutes of LinX run @ problem size: 21622 with MiB @ 3584+ the memory being used = to 5GB memory.

Is this temp fine? I'm going to raise the Mhz and see what numbers I get..

Looks like i found the right spot

I also made some changes on my H50 like changing fan spot and taking off things that restricted air etc. I also re did everything over and put on the correct plastic fitting that attaches to the metal plate.

It made a huge difference.

Gonna share progress if you guys don't mind

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Hello... Does anyone know the cubic inch of air the h50 fan blows?

I may want to upgrade to a faster/ better fan.

Right now I'm running 1.26v @ 3.990Ghz @ temp 68-70 after 20 minutes of LinX run @ problem size: 21622 with MiB @ 3584+ the memory being used = to 5GB memory.

Is this temp fine? I'm going to raise the Mhz and see what numbers I get..

Looks like i found the right spot

I also made some changes on my H50 like changing fan spot and taking off things that restricted air etc. I also re did everything over and put on the correct plastic fitting that attaches to the metal plate.

It made a huge difference.

Gonna share progress if you guys don't mind
Oh, we dont mind... we love updates!

As long as you can keep your load temp under 80c your sweet. Nice job on nearly doubling that clock speed on your CPU

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Oh, we dont mind... we love updates!

As long as you can keep your load temp under 80c your sweet. Nice job on nearly doubling that clock speed on your CPU
Unfortunately I'm having some ram issues.... only 4gig of my 6 gig is showing...

So now I need to investigate further in why... I got some codes. I need to check

I have a p6t motherboard and i had this issue at start.... It has something to do with the clamp that holds the processor down. Now it posted @ 6gig ram, but it keeps changing......

I need to take everything off again and play with the processor >.<

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Sign me up. Love the H50. On a cold start, it dropped down to 13C.
Now time to get my power extension cable.

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if you google -
3x30mm machine screw
or
3/16" x 1 1/4" machine screw

your bound to find them.
iv got another 6 black hex drive screws comming in the mail at some point.
i ordered them 2 weeks ago but there was a problem at the supplier. when those come in i`ll post another freebie
Neither 3mm nor the 3/16 fit the rad. 4mm I think would work. 3/16" isn't even close..much too big.

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Sign me up. Love the H50. On a cold start, it dropped down to 13C.
Now time to get my power extension cable.

Yet another kewl setup... nice

I think Killhouse is busy elsewhere - Uni and modding - so Im not sure when the front page will be updated.

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Is it possible to use the H50 with a push/pull setup, using high performance fans, and achieve 4GHZ with an i7 920, with HT on having safe temperatures? or it would be better to use a swiftech apex kit in this case?
I have my I7 920 at 4.009 Ghz and it idles at 42C and 71 at load for 8hrs on Prime 95. I'm still using stock tim, with a push pull with a 140 SCYTHE fan with the 120mm mounting holes pushing and stock pulling.

With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. However, this is not necessarily a good idea. It is hard to be sure where they are going to land, and it could be dangerous sitting under them as they fly overhead.


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