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As Carfanatic pointed out, you'll want your shroud between the Pusher and Radiatior. Not the Puller and the Radiator. The dead spot goes where the flow is directed. So in the spot your thinking doesn't correct the dead spot. It would pretty much be as if you were never even running a shroud.

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Yup I ordered the high speed fans. My shroud is Pull-Shroud-Rad-Push, not sure how efficient that is but I couldn't fit all three inside the case so pull fan is outside and shroud-rad-push are inside.
 
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this is a NONO...
keep the STOCK TIM..they are better then AS5..
just reseat the radiator with the fans..don't reseat the block..to keep that stock TIM.
I got 1-2c lower after using AS5 and if he seated it wrong he could have smeared the TIM and that could be the reason his temps are high.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
As Carfanatic pointed out, you'll want your shroud between the Pusher and Radiatior. Not the Puller and the Radiator. The dead spot goes where the flow is directed. So in the spot your thinking doesn't correct the dead spot. It would pretty much be as if you were never even running a shroud.

~Ceadder
I might give that a shot, but the only problem is that I pushed the grill in so I could fit the fan on the outside and I have no dremel to cut it out . So the rad might not be flush since the grill is pushed into the shroud -_-
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this is a NONO...
keep the STOCK TIM..they are better then AS5..
just reseat the radiator with the fans..don't reseat the block..to keep that stock TIM.
or i can always buy the stock tim (Shin-Etsu MicroSI).. but i thought AS5 is already a good tim? anyway i need to reseat my h-50 man darn temp... going to clean my cpu and reseat it..
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or i can always buy the stock tim (Shin-Etsu MicroSI).. but i thought AS5 is already a good tim? anyway i need to reseat my h-50 man darn temp... going to clean my cpu and reseat it..
well ok.you can buy Shin-Etsu or TX3 are really great too.
i don't think AS5 is a very good tim for H50, base on my own experience.
I don't like the result on my H50 with AS5.
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well ok.you can buy Shin-Etsu or TX3 are really great too.
i don't think AS5 is a very good tim for H50, base on my own experience.
I don't like the result on my H50 with AS5.
u know its kinda weird though im getting 23 celcius without overclocking and 49 max load... do u think is it seated right? or something wrong? but everytime i tried to overclock my temp just go super high... so dont know i might wait for my new fans and try to reseat it and use shin-etsu
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u know its kinda weird though im getting 23 celcius without overclocking and 49 max load... do u think is it seated right? or something wrong? but everytime i tried to overclock my temp just go super high... so dont know i might wait for my new fans and try to reseat it and use shin-etsu
what i will do is...just change the fan..without reseat the CPU block..then try and see if your temp is right.
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As Carfanatic pointed out, you'll want your shroud between the Pusher and Radiatior. Not the Puller and the Radiator. The dead spot goes where the flow is directed. So in the spot your thinking doesn't correct the dead spot. It would pretty much be as if you were never even running a shroud.

~Ceadder
I have a shroud on either side of the rad in between 2x SAN ACE H1011's is this then basically like you said making it as if there were no shrouds at all with my setup ?
    
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u know its kinda weird though im getting 23 celcius without overclocking and 49 max load... do u think is it seated right? or something wrong? but everytime i tried to overclock my temp just go super high... so dont know i might wait for my new fans and try to reseat it and use shin-etsu
I would say 23c is rather good at stock, tbh its very good at stock perhaps the voltages you are using are too high and thus resulting in your much higher than expected temps when OC ?
    
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u know its kinda weird though im getting 23 celcius without overclocking and 49 max load... do u think is it seated right? or something wrong? but everytime i tried to overclock my temp just go super high... so dont know i might wait for my new fans and try to reseat it and use shin-etsu
I would say 23c is rather good at stock, tbh its very good at stock perhaps the voltages you are using are too high and thus resulting in your much higher than expected temps when OC ?
    
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