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so cool thx for the info man.
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I'm working on getting my H50 set up as an intake on the front of my case. What do you guys think of how I have it setup:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...l#post10030996

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I'm working on getting my H50 set up as an intake on the front of my case. What do you guys think of how I have it setup:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-gener...l#post10030996

Thanks for any advice!
Hey evilviking. I just wanted to point out a couple things. If you're planning to setup as intake on the front, I believe from the pictures in your post, that the fan in the 5.25" bay looks to be facing the wrong way (exhausting)? The other thing I would consider doing rather than using the metal pci plate would be to use zip-ties instead. My concern would be that you may end up putting unwanted pressure on the fan hub where the bearing is and causing it to possibly not spin as freely or cause damage to the fan in the long run. Otherwise, everything looks good. There are lots of people who have had good results moving the radiator to the front like this.
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thx man ur a big help had to use a new h-50 and reinstall it last night .. so i guess the stock thermal paste works better than AS5 LOL
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np
ya..AS5 just doesn't work very well with H50.
I am using AS5 and after the 200 hour cure time it beat the stock TIM only because of the amount they use on it. Really though if applied correctly both TIM's should be right on par with each other at least after the AS5 is cured.
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when i get my h50 should I remove some of the stock tim to thin it out?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-049-_-Product

would this be a good fan?

and where can i buy a shroud or 2?
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I am using AS5 and after the 200 hour cure time it beat the stock TIM only because of the amount they use on it. Really though if applied correctly both TIM's should be right on par with each other at least after the AS5 is cured.
i tried to reseat 8 times using as5 .. but i only waited few days to a week. so i guess i should have waited longer.
but i'm happy on my temp right now.. running @ 4.0Ghz 1.336V been testing some games i havent seen my temp go above 50+ celcius yet so im really happy about it.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-049-_-Product

would this be a good fan?

and where can i buy a shroud or 2?
This is a better fan and I would recommend this over that.

As for shrouds, you can make your own with cheap old fans that you may have laying around or you can pick up shrouds here, here or here.
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This is a better fan and I would recommend this over that.

As for shrouds, you can make your own with cheap old fans that you may have laying around or you can pick up shrouds here, here or here.
I agree man Scythe Gentle Typhoon is awesome been reading lots of good review. infact i'm waiting for my 2 Scythe Gentle Typhoon right now to set up my Push And Pull..
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post #11430 of 28252
ok, so id like to cut a ntec tricool fan into a shroud, but one question. the second shroud you listed appears to show a diagram with its box like abilites. the shorud ill make with be a almost perfect circle. the only advantage the boc would have is a inty bit more flow. What is reccomended?
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