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post #11042 of 19729
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Originally Posted by M00NIE View Post
Can you, or anyone else tell me what fans you have on your H50?
Hey man, I've just replaced mine with some of these beasts!! Super quiet too





Beware this can happen!!

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@chosen_lord

is that fungus?growing on your rads?how many months before you cleaned your rad?
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@chosen_lord

is that fungus?growing on your rads?how many months before you cleaned your rad?
looks like cat hair getting trapped.
    
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Originally Posted by Swoosh19 View Post
@chosen_lord

is that fungus?growing on your rads?how many months before you cleaned your rad?
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Originally Posted by gotspeed View Post
looks like cat hair getting trapped.
Haha, No NO NO! that is regular dust!! about 4 months worth, i didn't realise the Corsair fan was so attracted to dust!!

It just shows where the airflow was being directed, as you can see not the whole rad was getting good airflow!

My room is clean too, at least a hoover 2wice a week! its because it was a push/pull it was sucking a lot of air in!! and therefore lots of dust, i'm surprised i didn't find bits of weed in it to be honest!

ps. i do live in holland!!
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do you have a cat/dog/any other pets?
    
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Hiya guys just a quick question about grounding when i built my rig i built my system on a carpeted floor but none of my hardware touched the carpet and i did touch the inside of case before i worked on anything after installing my cpu i powerd on just to set the compound i cant test any further as i havnt recieved my gpu yet and another quick question on my lcd poster when i plug power in before even powering on pc it says cpu init on display is this normal..... sorry im just new to all this ive built pc's before but none asgood as the one i am in the prosess of building

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Originally Posted by grazz1984 View Post
Hiya guys just a quick question about grounding when i built my rig i built my system on a carpeted floor but none of my hardware touched the carpet and i did touch the inside of case before i worked on anything after installing my cpu i powerd on just to set the compound i cant test any further as i havnt recieved my gpu yet and another quick question on my lcd poster when i plug power in before even powering on pc it says cpu init on display is this normal..... sorry im just new to all this ive built pc's before but none asgood as the one i am in the prosess of building

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I don't know, but I can bet you that the motherboard's manual knows. But it certainly sounds normal.
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Sorry, but I am having a lot of trouble reading that sentence. Could you please use punctuation.

Correct me if I am wrong, but you put the thermal compound onto the CPU while your system was ON? I would never do that as there is a high chance of damaging your CPU as you do not have thermal compound NOR a cooler when powering on. A CPU without TIM (thermal paste) and a cooler does not need long to be damaged/blow up.

About the message on your screen, I would not worry about it. I would think it just a "screen boot up" message.

So, you built your system, you built it on a carpet?

Please, when building systems, do NOT build on a carpet. Even if you ground yourself and the components do not touch the carpet, there is still a danger of getting static electricity. Please build system where there is not much carpet. I have found the kitchen to be the best place to build systems. That is where I built mine.

I don't mean to jump on you, I just want the best for your system.
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Sorry, but I am having a lot of trouble reading that sentence. Could you please use punctuation.

Correct me if I am wrong, but you put the thermal compound onto the CPU while your system was ON? I would never do that as there is a high chance of damaging your CPU as you do not have thermal compound NOR a cooler when powering on. A CPU without TIM (thermal paste) and a cooler does not need long to be damaged/blow up.

About the message on your screen, I would not worry about it. I would think it just a "screen boot up" message.

So, you built your system, you built it on a carpet?

Please, when building systems, do NOT build on a carpet. Even if you ground yourself and the components do not touch the carpet, there is still a danger of getting static electricity. Please build system where there is not much carpet. I have found the kitchen to be the best place to build systems. That is where I built mine.

I don't mean to jump on you, I just want the best for your system.


lol no the system wasnt on when i applied the cpu compound i didnt switch system on untill the compund and cooler was fitted to system sorry for bad typing :S
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