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I agree with this. All other kits are going to be more expensive.

silt96 - let me ask you this. Do you plan on overclocking? If so, do you plan on aggressively overclocking?
Well,so far with my athlon 3ghz i am tuned at 3,6ghz for about 5-6 months now but i see that the cpu performance is reduced and i think the lifetime of it...the main reason i want watercooling is for style and for lower temperatures for the phenom 965 i wish to buy this month.. with my zalman 9700 led 100% fans i am at 30C(HAF922)with previous case(Thermaltake junior)i was at 35-36C no overclocking on both cases,i can easily afford the H50/H70,but if my currently cpu with the H50/H70 Stock is about 22-25C i am okay,do u think i will catch those temperatures??
sorry for my bad english
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post #11432 of 23573
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Well,so far with my athlon 3ghz i am tuned at 3,6ghz for about 5-6 months now but i see that the cpu performance is reduced and i think the lifetime of it...the main reason i want watercooling is for style and for lower temperatures for the phenom 965 i wish to buy this month.. with my zalman 9700 led 100% fans i am at 30C(HAF922)with previous case(Thermaltake junior)i was at 35-36C no overclocking on both cases,i can easily afford the H50/H70,but if my currently cpu with the H50/H70 Stock is about 22-25C i am okay,do u think i will catch those temperatures??
sorry for my bad english
Go with the H50 buy a couple cheap but effective Yate-Loon fans and convert the stock non LED fan into a shroud to put in between the pusher fan and the Radiator. You'll have the ceapest alternative to a full water loop. Then start saving your money and buy your kit when you have the funds available to make the transfer. Or if you're confident with your tools you can mod the H50(plenty of tutorials on YouTube) to be a better kit.

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post #11434 of 23573
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Well,so far with my athlon 3ghz i am tuned at 3,6ghz for about 5-6 months now but i see that the cpu performance is reduced and i think the lifetime of it...the main reason i want watercooling is for style and for lower temperatures for the phenom 965 i wish to buy this month.. with my zalman 9700 led 100% fans i am at 30C(HAF922)with previous case(Thermaltake junior)i was at 35-36C no overclocking on both cases,i can easily afford the H50/H70,but if my currently cpu with the H50/H70 Stock is about 22-25C i am okay,do u think i will catch those temperatures??
sorry for my bad english
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The H50/H70 will compare closer to the high end air coolers. I believe that 22-25C at stock will be hard if not impossible. First look at what your ambient temperature is. Your system on an air cooler or a water cooled loop will never be lower than your ambient. If your ambient temps are lower than 22-25C then you might be able to reach those temperatures then.

For example, on idle, my CPU temp is about 10-12C above my ambient... BUT this is MY case. It will be different with each person.

I believe that in Greece you have some hot summers (30C+) so you would most likely not see 22-25C at stock/idle unless you have your computer in an air conditioned room.
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Hmm...i have air conditioned room for summers,the temperature is about 1-2 degrees increased,i have the zalman 9700 for 3.5 years!some fins are damaged,when i bought it i had 5-6C lower...but i want your opinion,with a H50 push pull i will have more or less temperature than i have now? i have 30-31C with no overclocking and no side fans on my case
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Hmm...i have air conditioned room for summers,the temperature is about 1-2 degrees increased,i have the zalman 9700 for 3.5 years!some fins are damaged,when i bought it i had 5-6C lower...but i want your opinion,with a H50 push pull i will have more or less temperature than i have now? i have 30-31C with no overclocking and no side fans on my case
Here is a direct comparative. If you can only afford the H50 at this time, get it.

Here are results of a comparative between the H50 and other air coolers.



Here is a comparative of the H50 with one and two fans (results vary depending on fans used of course).



There is a Corsair H50/H70 owners thread here that you can maybe ask your question. There may be someone there who has made the same change as you intend on doing now.

Good luck!
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Hmm...i have air conditioned room for summers,the temperature is about 1-2 degrees increased,i have the zalman 9700 for 3.5 years!some fins are damaged,when i bought it i had 5-6C lower...but i want your opinion,with a H50 push pull i will have more or less temperature than i have now? i have 30-31C with no overclocking and no side fans on my case
Honestly it's too hard to make that distinction until you've done it yourself.

In my circumstance @stock with the stock cooler I was running 46c in June. I think Ambient temp was in the high 50s'. Meh, okay. Not too bad but not where I would be comfortable increasing the Clock speed on my new CPU.

So I lapped(flattened) the CPU and lapped the H50 plate to get better contact and heat transfer. My current temp is at ~34c(often times ~31c) and our ambient temp is in the mid 40s'. That's pretty good and the best one could hope for from a pre-made off the shelf Cooler.

However, there was a point where I ended up putting the stock cooler back on without redoing the TIM(it was still fresh at the time) and I registered the same ~34c temp I got from the H50 before I added the extra fan which got me the extra loss of temp. The reason for this I believe is that AMD included a better cooler for the 955+ CPUs'. We get 4 copper heat pipes in those coolers so heat is better wicked away from the CPU. On top of that the AMD cooler has a really nice fan on it. But I have to say the best part of their cooler is the contact plate is super flat.

If noise is a factor that fan can get pretty annoying ramping up and down on a hot day. And then there is the lapping factor. If you're lapping your CPU then you might just stick with the stock cooler. Nothing really better on the market.

But if you're NOT lapping the CPU. Then go ahead and take the plunge on a cooler.

Oh and for comparisons sake, the H50 and any big dollar cooler on the market will get you pretty much the same temps. There is no difference other than money, looks, sound and eye candy wowness. In fact I think street cred goes right out the window because when the stock cooler can get you the same temps as a Megahelms(remember 955 BE and up) then who has more cred, the guy that didn't shell out $100 for lemming food or the guy that did?

An before someone gets all huffy, I'll put my H50/Stock Cooler comparison up against any cooler on the market short of full on h2o. That's a different beast entirely. lol

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well,i see that the titan fenrir is the best in this comparison table,and i think it's cheaper,but i can do something else,my radeon 5770 has some temperature issues,idle is 41-45,when i play a game for example gta iv,call of duty etc. on 40-65% load the temperature increases dramatically fast from 43 to 75-80,and after 10 mins it goes to 90-93 and then my pc screen becomes black,also,my friend of mine has the same problem as me with the same card,plus that the gpu fan does a very very very annoying sound sometimes like a tractor,i think it's a problem of bearings if it's bearing type..anyway i'm thinking of buying the Titan Fenrir and a gpu watercooling kit...and thank you again guys,i appriciate your help,maybe tommorow i will go to buy the cpu cooler..
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the shop chain that is near my house sells the H50 89,90euros!!!other shops here sells it for 60-65 euros..
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post #11440 of 23573
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the shop chain that is near my house sells the H50 89,90euros!!!other shops here sells it for 60-65 euros..
Yeesh that's spendy. But I bet megahelms and other highly sought after coolers suffer the same kind of mark up there.

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