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Hey guys,

Got my H50 recently and installed it in my HAF 932. I have it mounted in the front bays as many people suggested. I am not sure if the temperatures I am getting are correct or accurate at all. They seem a bit high but I will run it by you guys. I would give you the ambient temperature of the room but I have no idea.

Idle *Chrome, Itunes Open* (Using Everest Ultimate)

CPU: 30C
Core 1: 46
Core 2: 42
Core 3: 38
Core 4: 37

After Running Prime for 60 Minutes

Core 1: 59
Core 2: 53
Core 3: 52
Core 4: 52

Let me know what you guys think. I am going to upload some photos later to see if anyone has any advice on how to move things around or remount them.

Extra info: The H50 is using push pull with
S-Flex
120x120x25mm
1,200rpm
20.1dBA
49.0CFM
0.15A
post #12632 of 28251
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Originally Posted by BreakDown View Post
Thanks for answering.

I really hate noise on the computer, i have two noctua fans from my current CPU cooler, could i use those on the H70? if thats the case, that would cut down the noise wouldnt it?

ill take a look at the prices of both and decide then. but bascially the h70 is not THAT much better.

im looking to replace the cpu cooler because mine is a pain to remove* and i just like the h50/70.

one last question, is the h50/h70 easy to clean? that is a main concern for me.


*my current cpu cooler is a pain for cleaning on my particular case because there is not enough room to manipulate it because i have such a small mobo


thanks
As long as the Noctua fans are 120mm fans they would work fine with either the H50 or H70.

I think two pages back someone got a H70 and had a H50 prior hooked up the same exact fans that he had on the H50 to the H70 and only got 1-3C difference for the difference in prices not worth it to me.

The H50 would be easier to clean because you can just unscrew it from the case/where you have it mounted and with the length of the tubes coming from the pump it should be easy to move around and clean. I have double filters setup for my H50/front fan because my case has built in filters on the front and I bought some DEMCiflex to go over all of my intake fans and the top of my case to keep out the dust/dirt since installing the new filters there is no need to clean the H50 just the filters.
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post #12633 of 28251
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Hey guys,

Got my H50 recently and installed it in my HAF 932. I have it mounted in the front bays as many people suggested. I am not sure if the temperatures I am getting are correct or accurate at all. They seem a bit high but I will run it by you guys. I would give you the ambient temperature of the room but I have no idea.

Idle *Chrome, Itunes Open* (Using Everest Ultimate)

CPU: 30C
Core 1: 46
Core 2: 42
Core 3: 38
Core 4: 37

After Running Prime for 60 Minutes

Core 1: 59
Core 2: 53
Core 3: 52
Core 4: 52

Let me know what you guys think. I am going to upload some photos later to see if anyone has any advice on how to move things around or remount them.

Extra info: The H50 is using push pull with
S-Flex
120x120x25mm
1,200rpm
20.1dBA
49.0CFM
0.15A
Those look like good temps to me from what I could find for the Q9450 the max spec temp is suppose to be 71.4C you are well under that at full load. I wouldn't change anything if those where my temps with that CPU.
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post #12634 of 28251
Just drove out to bestbuy earlier and bought myself a h50. Id have to say i'm impressed, but it took forever to install the thing. i had to use superglue on my push fan because i didn't have a screw long enough to go to the rad.


Sorry about the pictures they are from my iphone, didnt feel like digging out the good ole camera.
    
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Just drove out to bestbuy earlier and bought myself a h50. Id have to say i'm impressed, but it took forever to install the thing. i had to use superglue on my push fan because i didn't have a screw long enough to go to the rad..
You should have used Zip Ties or Black tape... or some other thing... not Super Glue lol What happens if you want to switch the fans around or use other type of fans?
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Just drove out to bestbuy earlier and bought myself a h50. Id have to say i'm impressed, but it took forever to install the thing. i had to use superglue on my push fan because i didn't have a screw long enough to go to the rad.
lol Superglue ftw.

Next time, just drive down to your local hardware store (OSH, Home Depot, etc) and get some of these:



^ These are the correct size if you have 120x25mm fans.
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You should have used Zip Ties or Black tape... or some other thing... not Super Glue lol What happens if you want to switch the fans around or use other type of fans?
Or need to clean the fan/radiator.
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Is the h70 stock push/pull better than the h50 with 2 gentle typhoon ap14 fans in push/pull + shroud setup?
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You could just use 2 screws on the pull fan and 2 on the push
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Is the h70 stock push/pull better than the h50 with 2 gentle typhoon ap14 fans in push/pull + shroud setup?
You're not gonna see a huge difference between those 2 setups plus the stock fans on the H70 are loud. Right now, for the people that already own the H50, I don't think they should upgrade to the H70 because of this. But if you don't own either one right now and don't mind paying premium for the H70 then go for it.

I might experiment with some 38mm fans later on since the H70 does have a thicker rad and I'm wondering if these GTs aren't enough (to push air through thicker rad).
Edited by reaper~ - 8/17/10 at 5:54pm
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