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I moved the rig upstairs where I have a better ambient temp. At stock with HT on I am getting 60 57 59 54 with prime95 small FFT's. Is this somewhat close to whats expected or am I still pretty far off? If this still isnt great Ill go ahead and try to reseat it.
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Push/Pull with a shroud, 4Ghz with 1.36v and 70C load with Linx. Love this thing to death, and 4.5 is looking like a possibility for the winter.
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omg how do you keep your pc so clean lol.

the question that was asked about the H50 making nosies was asked for me. the noise started when i was doing stress tests with prime95, and when my pc cut out it would make that noise. but i started to notice it after aswell. it would only last about 1-3 secs, i havent` heard it for awhile now tho. it just sounds like air bubbles or water moving through the pipes. might of started coz my pc was suddenly being shut down not sure and the pump was being shut down fast or something not sure? just so long as its ok
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If it doesn't go away after a minute or so try rapping on the flow line(left tube when Corsair logo is right side up)with an unsharpened pencil a few times. It should break up any air trapped in the pump.

Problem occurred when you moved your system upstairs I think.

~Ceadder
Edited by Ceadderman - 8/21/10 at 12:52pm
 
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^Whoa ceadder I think that was your 1st post without using a quote backwards or not J/K
Edited by Bodycount - 8/21/10 at 1:11pm
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Looking to do a push/pull setup in the front of a NZXT Vulcan. I know the H70 is much thicker RAD wise so I was wondering if I could opt for something like these fans for P/P http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-139-_-Product


Or should I just stick with the cheaper H50 which I know will fit in the front intake panel of the Vulcan and use these fans http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-063-_-Product

Thanks for the input
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I through together a quick stable 4GHz setup so I could check out the temps. This is not optimized but its been happy on LinX and Prime so I figured id post some results.

HT is on and Turbo is not for all of these tests.

LinX


Prime
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Originally Posted by Shadow9025 View Post
I through together a quick stable 4GHz setup so I could check out the temps. This is not optimized but its been happy on LinX and Prime so I figured id post some results.

HT is on and Turbo is not for all of these tests.
Nice test and post but unfortunately your tests don't mean much with those LinX settings or P95 for that matter. You must test at full/all memory to be able to deem it stable. In your case a problem size of 25000


Do it again with LinX and click (ALL) I was suprised with the temps
Edited by Bodycount - 8/21/10 at 1:57pm
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Nice test and post but unfortunately your tests don't mean much with those LinX settings or P95 for that matter. You must test at full/all memory to be able to deem it stable. In your case a problem size of 25000


Do it again with LinX and click (ALL) I was suprised with the temps
heheh i was gonna say the exact same thing.... (eitherway LinX automatically when pressing ALL button gives you the proper "problem size" according to your memory)
Also another note re-run Prime95 on Prime SHOWING more than 2 or 3 hours done - screenshot
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Nice test and post but unfortunately your tests don't mean much with those LinX settings or P95 for that matter. You must test at full/all memory to be able to deem it stable. In your case a problem size of 25000


Do it again with LinX and click (ALL) I was suprised with the temps
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heheh i was gonna say the exact same thing.... (eitherway LinX automatically when pressing ALL button gives you the proper "problem size" according to your memory)
Also another note re-run Prime95 on Prime SHOWING more than 2 or 3 hours done - screenshot
Haha yeah Im new to LinX ill do that. That was Prime at 45 mins. I will be running prime overnight and ill post a shot of that tomorrow.

I was really worried when I first hooked this up at stock but I have to say these temps under load at 4GHz seems pretty awesome to me From what I have seen from others posts I seem to be a little under the h50's in similar configs.

EDIT: highest I hit on Vantage was 65C. Real Temp shows Max at 65 62 64 59. I am a happy person this afternoon
Edited by Shadow9025 - 8/21/10 at 2:40pm
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