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I want to try this but I think I need longer screws or something else. How's everyone else doing this?
dunno if this is relevant to you but theres was someone that mounted 2 of these on his H50 blowing out of a case and got really good results.

to everyone else..

http://www.mwave.com/mwave/SKUSearch...iteria=BA50079

68 bucks from mwave.com
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dunno if this is relevant to you but theres was someone that mounted 2 of these on his H50 blowing out of a case and got really good results.

to everyone else..

http://www.mwave.com/mwave/SKUSearch...iteria=BA50079

68 bucks from mwave.com
Only $59.99 at Best Buy or at least it was when I bought mine yesterday. The site shows $79.99 now lol.
Edited by sintricate - 1/3/10 at 10:48am
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1) Since when the hell does best buy sell anything good.

2)http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Corsair+...0h50&cp=1&lp=1

says 80 for me :|
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post #1274 of 28365
You can get really long screws cut off the head and then use a nut. Or you can buy them longer, say 2.5", and then cut them to fit. You can either use a hacksaw or a wire stripper/crimper which has screw cutting capabilities (something like this). You can easily find them at Lowes/Home Depot. I picked up some really long screws which came with toggle bolts.
Edited by looser101 - 1/3/10 at 10:51am
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Got a shroud on now, going to put one on the exhuast too, when the ultra kaze comes. Folding on 2 GPU's and on 2 CPU core's gives 100 percent load on all cores. Load temp at 3.6 is around 29 too 32'c.

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I want to try this but I think I need longer screws or something else. How's everyone else doing this?
I gutted one of my stock CM fans and filed it abit.

I poorly and lazily counter sinked the shroud so i could screw the shourd on like the fan i was using before but without the screw sticking out, stopping the next fan being bent out, leaking air flow.

I then attached the push fan to the shroud with normal self tappers.




Edited by Willhemmens - 1/3/10 at 11:44am
post #1277 of 28365
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1) Since when the hell does best buy sell anything good.

2)http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Corsair+...0h50&cp=1&lp=1

says 80 for me :|
Not sure if you saw my post above yours but it was $59.99 at best buy for a while until today. I picked mine up from them yesterday at that price and I guess they changed it today.

Lucky I didn't wait another day
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post #1278 of 28365
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Got a shroud on now, going to put one on the exhuast too, when the ultra kaze comes. Folding on 2 GPU's and on 2 CPU core's gives 100 percent load on all cores. Load temp at 3.6 is around 29 too 32'c.
32C full load?

Also, the link to your modded h50 in your signature is messed up.
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post #1279 of 28365
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32C full load?

Also, the link to your modded h50 in your signature is messed up.
33'c full load.



I've fixed the link now, give it a go.
post #1280 of 28365
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I really think you are exagerating the effects of sucking air in. Below are my temps.
Attachment 135622
That's cool and all but now you are dumping hot air into the case. Again this is not a very good idea. Now you have hotter ambient air inside your case. Good job, pat your self on the back! Just to let you know I got better temps in exhaust with my 940. I do HVAC for a living, putting the H50 in intake goes against all rules of heat exchange and air flow that I've learned. I'm sorry I can't do it, it goes against everything I have learned. For you guys who think you know what you are talking about, then go for it. I really don't care. For you guys that don't know what you are talking about and would like to learn, put your H50 in exhaust. If you think I'm "exaggerating" (spelled right) the H50 in exhaust. Then you're wrong, some people like your self, don't know what it is, does, and how it works. That's why there are sites like OCN, so people that know what they are talking about can help others who don't. I'm not saying I now everything. Look a few pages back and see me ask dude about this that and the other thing. I'm here to learn and to get better. If you wana do it ass backwards then do it.
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