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Time to get the vacuum cleaner out. Get it all cleaned up and then invest in a good filter.
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i understand it in this way, however the heat disipation between the Dual and Tripple radiator would need another y-axis plot to see which is more benifitial?

the Tripple radiator may have a slower rate and run the pump harder but may still provide better cooling with all things equal for CFM pass radiator.

Also wont there need to be a life of pump Vs Total Head to see (if any at all) time you take off the life of the pump running it harder?
These are all EXCELLENT questions, and that's exactly where I'm headed with this! At first, the spreadsheet will simply calculate the flow rate and pressure in the system.

If you have looked at some of Skinnee labs reviews, you will see they have done some testing to see the heat removal vs flow rate of some of the radiators. Since we will know the flow rate, we should be able to get something out of that. But I personally will not be testing radiators to get the heat removal plots - I'm simply proposing combining existing knowledge into one easy to use interface.

Where it gets complicated is air flow across the radiator as that adds a whole new dimension. I may have to go with a theoretical/thermodynamics based model on that instead of lab testing. The lab testing required may just be too much.

Concerning the life of the pump, not sure how I want to do that yet. With large pumps for city water systems and such you have efficiency curves plotted on the pump performance curve. Where on the curve you operate then affects how much electricity you have to provide to pump a given amount of water (not really important for us since were not talking in terms of millions of gallons per day, mgd). Lot of unknowns here... may just have to create some general guidelines here. Usually, the greatest efficiency is achieved at about 1:30 o'clock on the performance curve (if y axis is 12 and x axis is 3 o'clock)

Anyway, gotta head out of town, I'll resume this topic in a day or two... or when I get the spreadsheet well under way.
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LOL, with a dual rad and res (which some people have tried) according to your graph, flow rate would be next to nothing with the H50 yet people keep reporting a significant improvement in cooling. Hmmmmm.
The graph is hypothetical - the numbers mean absolutely nothing. Illustration purposes only . I'll create the real graph as soon as the spreadsheet is done, because I too am interested to see how much an additional rad hinders the h50 pump.
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Possibly didn't sand it correctly? What process/technique did you use?
The same technique posted around here and on youtube.
I reckon i lapped the heatsink properly; it's super shiny and flat apart from one little area that has persistent scratches.
The CPU is not so shiny, so i may redo that and see how it goes.

I guess my message is that if you have a decent, flat heatsink to start with then the benefit of lapping is not going to be as large as you expect.
    
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Anyone have a good video on how to properly mount the pump. I've reseated 4 times and am still getting very high temps. Most videos I've found go straight from installing the radiator and bracket, to after the pump is installed.
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Anyone have a good video on how to properly mount the pump. I've reseated 4 times and am still getting very high temps. Most videos I've found go straight from installing the radiator and bracket, to after the pump is installed.
Check to see how true your copper plate it. get some 800 or 1200 grit and see if you have high and low peaks on your plate.
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Anyone have a good video on how to properly mount the pump. I've reseated 4 times and am still getting very high temps. Most videos I've found go straight from installing the radiator and bracket, to after the pump is installed.
The instructions in the box make it pretty clear
You can mount it either hoses to the top or hoses to the bottom
Put the backplate on, put the ring on and screw the bolts in slightly, put TIM on your CPU, put your pump into the rings in the orientation desired, tighten each bolt down gradually (top left a few twists, bottom right a few twists and so on) until it's as tight as you want it (don't tighten it enough to break your motherboard obviously... or i'll laugh at you and punch you ), plug the pump in to whatever header you want and bob is your mothers brother.

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http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=25765

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According to Corsair's tests, the new design should produce temperatures that are around 13°C lower than the H50 on an overclocked Core i7 920 chip running at 3.8GHz with 1.34V of juice. Of course, we'll have to verify this for ourselves, but considering that the older H50 was able to run with the best of the air-coolers, such an improvement would be very impressive.
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