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Originally Posted by TheLastPriest View Post
So I swapped it onto my new I7 and I dont know what I am doing wrong, but the H50 cant keep up, my idle temps right now are around 45°c-50°c. Granted its hot in my house, but not that hot. I have tried reseating it multiple times and have switched from PP intake and PP exhaust with not much help...grrr
The 1st thing we will have to ask is.. Within your Bios have you confirmed that the fan header that is powering the pump is running at 100% This means disabling power saving features such as Smartfan,Cool&quiet,etc.. and using a manual setting of 100%
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The 1st thing we will have to ask is.. Within your Bios have you confirmed that the fan header that is powering the pump is running at 100% This means disabling power saving features such as Smartfan,Cool&quiet,etc.. and using a manual setting of 100%
I get the same temps, pump is operating at 1400RPM constantly.
My idle is between 45-47C depending on fan speed. Not impressed coming from a MegaShadow.
The idle temp is really not the issue, it's the load temps that get out of control. There's a 10C+ difference between 4GHz and 4.2GHz. The pump needs to be quicker for 4GHz+ overclocking.
Edited by WorldExclusive - 7/15/10 at 8:58pm
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Is this enough shroud?


I'm doing the same thing except i have the dryer hose coming out of my floor vent with ac on as intake

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Originally Posted by WorldExclusive View Post
I get the same temps, pump is operating at 1400RPM constantly.
My idle is between 45-47C depending on fan speed. Not impressed coming from a MegaShadow.
The idle temp is really not the issue, it's the load temps that get out of control. There's a 10C+ difference between 4GHz and 4.2GHz. The pump needs to be quicker for 4GHz+ overclocking.
Thats where i'm at right now with a 29°c Ambient but it loads at around 64°c-65°c with Dragon age and just about any of the newer games and about 75°c avg. Linx
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I get the same temps, pump is operating at 1400RPM constantly.
My idle is between 45-47C depending on fan speed. Not impressed coming from a MegaShadow.
The idle temp is really not the issue, it's the load temps that get out of control. There's a 10C+ difference between 4GHz and 4.2GHz. The pump needs to be quicker for 4GHz+ overclocking.
What are your ambient and what were your previous temps?

Also are you sure it's making good contact?

Oh and the "pump" is not what usually cools the system, as long as you have good enough flow then that will not be bottleneck. The H50's pump is not strong but it's good enough for what it is in the loop. The radiator however has very little surface area, I believe it's on par with the stock Intel(non-980x) heatsink. The temps though because it is watercooling makes the most of that surface area.

My personal expereince is it's just to thin, you could try to modd it and add in a thicker rad or a 240 rad, but if I were you I'd just go with a nice thick Black Ice 120 rad, that way you don't kill the pump.
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That's insane! Keep us posted, pleaseee!
Hahaha I was jk no way would I spend $41 on a fan that has a db level of 66

Unless you guys wanna chip in for it
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What are your ambient and what were your previous temps?

Also are you sure it's making good contact?

Oh and the "pump" is not what usually cools the system, as long as you have good enough flow then that will not be bottleneck. The H50's pump is not strong but it's good enough for what it is in the loop. The radiator however has very little surface area, I believe it's on par with the stock Intel(non-980x) heatsink. The temps though because it is watercooling makes the most of that surface area.

My personal expereince is it's just to thin, you could try to modd it and add in a thicker rad or a 240 rad, but if I were you I'd just go with a nice thick Black Ice 120 rad, that way you don't kill the pump.
Yep, it probably not thick enough. I'm going to price out a custom loop tomorrow minus the resell valur of the H50. If it's under $250 for solid parts I may make the jump to a proper cooling system. It's getting hot in my room with the extra 5850, lol.

Don't know my ambient temp but my house is cool all the time since I keep the AC pumping.
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Don't know my ambient temp but my house is cool all the time since I keep the AC pumping.

Well what do you set the AC to? Or is it just one of those 1-10 number settings or red to blue bars?

Also how's the airflow in the 800D? I read they weren't too great with air cooling and usually have a WC setup in them.
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Hahaha I was jk no way would I spend $41 on a fan that has a db level of 66

Unless you guys wanna chip in for it
ahhh dammit!
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did you removed the old TIM and apply the new TIM?
Absolutely

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I get the same temps and I've been using SS thermal paste way before the H50. Got better temps with my MegaShadow, about 5C better. Idle temps with the H50 is 45C and my idle with the MegaShaow was 41C using the same paste. Full load on the H50 is 78C and on the MegaShadow was 73C @ 4GHz. Reseated and tried again, same results. I think the pump is too slow to keep up with the i7 processors. I only got a H50 because of the 800D. I will get a custom water cooling setup soon, but I expected better performance from the H50.
Yeah, I think if I had ambient temps that were better it wouldnt be an issue but I am in that sweet spot in cali where its not hot enough to justify buildings being built with A/C but we still get a few months of 80°f-90°f-100°f+ temps every year, yesterday when I got home it was like 92°f in my house. It doesnt really bother me, spent a good lot of time in the desert growing up, but it sure bothers my computer. This has sealed the deal for me though, I am going to go full WC
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