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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Did you move your system recently?

~Ceadder
It was moved ever so slightly ,due to a room move,could that cause this problem
Im sitting next to it now and its running like a dream,just the case fans quietly humming.
Just that 10 seconds of noise at start-up..... Once its gone you never hear it again all day,very strange Whats even worse is it doesn't even do it all the time????
I can go days without hearing it then,switch on........and its back!!???Bizarre!?
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Originally Posted by BorNej View Post
Try Scythe slipstream 110cfm @1900prm 37dba for push pull works great.
Not really.
Slipstreams fail for static pressure so are not designed for radiators/tight finned heatsinks etc.
Also - due to ^^ they just generally suck for any application other than intake/exhuast fans.

I have one of these fans (the 110cfm one) and i believe my Scythe Ultra Kaze 2000rpm cools better/quieter than it
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Im afraid I gave the stock cooler away to a friend to use
Didn't think I'd be needing it again Typical!
The CPU is an AMD Quad 9950 Black Series which as you know runs bloody hot! Hence me getting the H50
Suppose I'll have to bite the bullet and get a cheap'ish air cooler to tide me over while I send my H50 back
I don't know if there is a place that would sell them where you are but this is a cheap AM3 cooler that would tide you over for sure. Maybe you can find a seller for you for around the same price. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...0&sku=S19-3000
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I would do it. But be careful, nobody I know would offer the H50 in trade for the V8. The V8 is just slightly better than the stock cooler imho.

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Originally Posted by PROLiTE View Post
I can trade my coolermaster v8 to an h50 should i do it?
It could be that even though slightly moved(not doubting your handling skills) that it sloshed a bit and air got in the loop. Try tapping on the hose with a pencil and see how that fares. It may be a temporary issue that works itself out too.

~Ceadder

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Originally Posted by nikbear View Post
It was moved ever so slightly ,due to a room move,could that cause this problem
Im sitting next to it now and its running like a dream,just the case fans quietly humming.
Just that 10 seconds of noise at start-up..... Once its gone you never hear it again all day,very strange Whats even worse is it doesn't even do it all the time????
I can go days without hearing it then,switch on........and its back!!???Bizarre!?

Edited by Ceadderman - 6/25/10 at 3:32pm
 
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First post here after reading up to page 850 (whew!).
I will purchase an H50 this weekend (just got a BB gift card for Father's day).
I have decided to go with the Fan-Shroud-RAD-Shroud-Fan config and I have two choices.
My Case is an ANTEC P182. I have an intake fan in the mid case mount in the front and I have modded the top 3 5.25 bays to mount a second 120MM fan.

I could remove the rear exhaust fan screen and mount the H50 fan assembly there as exhaust with fan-shroud outside the case and the rad-shroud-fan inside. I would go exhaust because of heat from GPU exhaust below the fan.
Or,
I could mount the whole fan shroud rad assembly in the front 5.25 bays where I currently have a 120mm intake fan. I would mount this as intake. I like the second idea better, but here is my question / concern: the ANTC P182 has a door which I prefer to keep closed which means that air is drawn in thru the vents along side either side of the door. Would that be enough intake to supply the fan /rad assembly?

BTW, this is replacing a TRUE120 on a Q9650 OC'd to 3.6
It runs 41,41,38,36 idle and
70,70,68,65 after 10 Min of OCCT Linpack

I don't expect much if any improvement, but I like the look of an emptier case.
Thanks and I will you know when it is done

Len
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First post here after reading up to page 850 (whew!).
I will purchase an H50 this weekend (just got a BB gift card for Father's day).
I have decided to go with the Fan-Shroud-RAD-Shroud-Fan config and I have two choices.
My Case is an ANTEC P182. I have an intake fan in the mid case mount in the front and I have modded the top 3 5.25 bays to mount a second 120MM fan.

I could remove the rear exhaust fan screen and mount the H50 fan assembly there as exhaust with fan-shroud outside the case and the rad-shroud-fan inside. I would go exhaust because of heat from GPU exhaust below the fan.
Or,
I could mount the whole fan shroud rad assembly in the front 5.25 bays where I currently have a 120mm intake fan. I would mount this as intake. I like the second idea better, but here is my question / concern: the ANTC P182 has a door which I prefer to keep closed which means that air is drawn in thru the vents along side either side of the door. Would that be enough intake to supply the fan /rad assembly?

BTW, this is replacing a TRUE120 on a Q9650 OC'd to 3.6
It runs 41,41,38,36 idle and
70,70,68,65 after 10 Min of OCCT Linpack

I don't expect much if any improvement, but I like the look of an emptier case.
Thanks and I will you know when it is done

Len
As long as nothing is directly blocking the air flowing from the fan>shroud>radiator then you should be fine. Most people that mount it in the front though have cases that are already setup for front intake fans like mine it even has built in dust filters. I would try both options see what works best for you. If the front is too restrictive on the air flow it may be better to mount it as exhaust.
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Not really.
Slipstreams fail for static pressure so are not designed for radiators/tight finned heatsinks etc.
Also - due to ^^ they just generally suck for any application other than intake/exhuast fans.

I have one of these fans (the 110cfm one) and i believe my Scythe Ultra Kaze 2000rpm cools better/quieter than it
I vote for the 2000 rpm Ultra Kaze as well. Best compromise between noise and cooling ability. For really quite I'd go for either GTs or S-Flex 1600 rpm.
    
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I vote for the 2000 rpm Ultra Kaze as well. Best compromise between noise and cooling ability. For really quite I'd go for either GTs or S-Flex 1600 rpm.
If your going Scythe GT's you want the 1850rpm not 1600
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What header do I plug the pump into? All of my fans are going to be on molex, so all fan headers are fare game. I have the ASUS P6X58D-E mobo.

Also, Ho tight do you have to screw the pump down. I did it untill I was no longer able to move it around at all. But I didn't tighten untill the screws stopped.
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Is it worth it getting a H50 for my old i7 975EE (OC 4.2)? I don't wanna air/stock cool it ;x

What would the tempratures be like?
Edited by Lune - 6/25/10 at 9:06pm
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