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Just fitted my H50 and what difference -drop of 15°C when idling compared to the stock cooler.

I have fitted it as an exhaust to the back of the case in a push/pull setup using a gentle typhoon (push) and the stock antec tricool (pull).

Ran prime for an hour with the tricool fan on slowest speed and got a max temp of 47°C (ambient ~20°C).

Idle temp 31°C.

Some pics:

Stock


H50

Edited by mattw - 7/7/10 at 7:20am
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post #10942 of 28252
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Originally Posted by sesnut View Post
i have 2 h50s and the fans both sound the same; there is nothing wrong with them

get your hearing checked

the stock fans are akasas as in "The model AK174CB-4BLB cooling fan has a 50,000 hour life span and a twin ball bearing design. This fan consumes 2.2W when running at 1700RPM and has a noise level of 29.75 dB(A). The max airflow is 59.05CFM with a static pressure of 3.57mm H20."

if you cant hear 29 db, which will be louder as its pushing air through a rad, then you need to get your hearing checked.
My hearing is checked every 6 months because of where I work. They where just checked 2 weeks ago. It is a requirement of my job I can still hear both high and low pitches that at my age I shouldn't be able to even hear(as mentioned earlier the same as someone in their 20's).

Regardless of my hearing if you knew anything about professional db meters you wouldn't simply dismiss them.

Sorry you have a problem with the fans being too loud but 10k+ pages of people have no complaints maybe you should see a doctor about your extra sensitive hearing.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by WTHbot View Post
I would been okay if they had supplied extra screws for a push pull but I just settled for breaking a crap(super loud with very little air movement.) fan and making it a shroud.



The fan on the rad is the one with the PWM control. The pump should be running at full unless you lower it's voltage.
Sorry am not too sure what the PWM is? And the pump will just run at full when i switch the PC on? it's a new build and not been switched on yet.
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Sorry am not too sure what the PWM is? And the pump will just run at full when i switch the PC on? it's a new build and not been switched on yet.
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) refers to the method of applying a signal to the fan that will vary the width of the fan's pulse. An 80% duty cycle means that the fan is "on" 80% of the time and "off" 20% of the time. A 50% duty cycle signal means that the fan is "on" 50% of the time and "off" 50% of the time (similar to a perfect square wave). On a PWM fan, the 4th wire consists of the PWM line and will be directly proportional to the speed of the fan. That is to say, a high duty cycle will produce high speeds and a low duty cycle will produce idle speeds..

SOURCE:
http://www.jmcproducts.com/products/.../pwm_faq.shtml

For the pump to run at 100% it needs to either be plugged directly into psu or setup in the bios as in disabling power saving features like (Cool and Quiet) or (Smart fan) and set to manual 100%
Edited by Bodycount - 7/7/10 at 12:32pm
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The advantage of a PWM fan is that ith the pluse as discribed above... the voltage is still alays at 12 volts.
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Sorry am not too sure what the PWM is? And the pump will just run at full when i switch the PC on? it's a new build and not been switched on yet.
Sparing you the techincal description.

PWM is when you have a fan with 4 pin connectors that can have an feature which lowers or raises the fan speed varying on the temperature of the cpu. through the systems bios. The fan for the H50 is 4 pin PWM, and the pump is three pin fixed RPM motor(unless you change the voltage.)
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Sparing you the techincal description.

PWM is when you have a fan with 4 pin connectors that can have an feature which lowers or raises the fan speed varying on the temperature of the cpu. through the systems bios. The fan for the H50 is 4 pin PWM, and the pump is three pin fixed RPM motor(unless you change the voltage.)
What do you imply with "Fixed Rpm"? The rpm of the pump is not fixed and set in stone

And as for a technical description its well writen and pretty simple.
Not to mention i dont want to add to this thread just my 2 cents and mis-information theres enough of that
Edited by Bodycount - 7/7/10 at 12:40pm
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My hearing is checked every 6 months because of where I work. They where just checked 2 weeks ago. It is a requirement of my job I can still hear both high and low pitches that at my age I shouldn't be able to even hear(as mentioned earlier the same as someone in their 20's).

Regardless of my hearing if you knew anything about professional db meters you wouldn't simply dismiss them.

Sorry you have a problem with the fans being too loud but 10k+ pages of people have no complaints maybe you should see a doctor about your extra sensitive hearing.
my hearing is better than yours and theres a problem with them?
denial much?

this thread only has 1000+ pages, not 10000. maybe you should get your vision checked too
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What do you imply with "Fixed Rpm"? The rpm of the pump is not fixed and set in stone

And as for a technical description its well writen and pretty simple.
Not to mention i dont want to add to this thread just my 2 cents and mis-information theres enough of that
It's fixed as long as you keep the voltage the same. Or at least I don't know(Nor wish for it too) how to make it run slower. . .

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my hearing is better than yours and theres a problem with them?
denial much?

this thread only has 1000+ pages, not 10000. maybe you should get your vision checked too
May I ask if you have a fan grill next to your fan? Not a custom one just that stock honeycome grill on most cases.
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