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Gotta love the h50! Keeps this i3 540 ice cold
    
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Hey guys got a question. Today I received new fans for my H50. I was very excited and was hoping for a big difference. I was using S-Flex SFF21E which gave me:
RPM1200 RPM
Air Flow 49.0 CFM

Today I replaced them with:
Gentle Typhoon D1225C12B5AP-15
RPM1850 RPM
Air Flow 98 m³/h

I was shocked to find out that the temperatures did not move at all. They are exactly the same at idle as my scythe fans. Now I figure this is because of the room temperature but even still since a greater amount of air is being forced through should the temperatures not be better?

If you can give me any advice that would be great. They are set up in push pull and mounted in the front bays of my Haf 932.

From my calculations if they are correct:

I had 45 CFM and 98 m3/h is equivalent to 57 CFM
Edited by chaoticfury - 8/25/10 at 1:21pm
post #12923 of 28249
Your calculations are correct (~58 ft3/min).

You're also correct in that the lack of difference (most likely) lies in the fact that you're at idle operation and the ambient conditions are going to be a factor.

Heat transfer is all about the difference in temperature between two objects. Increasing air speed (in a convective cooling scenario) will increase heat transfer and simulate a greater temperature difference (wind chill factor) but regardless of air speed through your radiator you won't ever get below ambient temperature. You'll eventually be limited by the capacity of your heat transfer devices' abilities to move heat to the radiator vanes (the cpu plate, the h50 plate, the thermal compound, the water, etc.). So practically speaking, your absolute best temperature will always be above your ambient temperature by several degrees (10c-ish).

You're more likely to see a difference under load where that temperature delta and air flow will make a noticeable difference. Have you measured before/after under load?
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post #12924 of 28249
Besides your 1055T what else are you running?

You should fill out your system specs in User CP up top. It would make things so much easier for you if you have any issues that arise during your OC.

~Ceadder

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Hi all,

I just upgraded my system to a Phenom II X6 1055T and decided to go with H50 for cooling instead of stock cooler. Will be attempting to overclock soon and will post the results as well as some pics here soon.
 
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post #12925 of 28249
Sorry bout the double post guys...

My main question here is, are you using a shroud between your Push fan and the Radiator?

Second is Intake or Exhaust?

3rd is where is your P/P arrangement?

I run mine in Exhaust with a shroud between the Push and Radiator in the 120 spot beneath the I/O panel and I use Yate-Loon High Speed fans.

If we have this information it would help us diagnose your issue.

~Ceadder

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Originally Posted by chaoticfury View Post
Hey guys got a question. Today I received new fans for my H50. I was very excited and was hoping for a big difference. I was using S-Flex SFF21E which gave me:
RPM1200 RPM
Air Flow 49.0 CFM

Today I replaced them with:
Gentle Typhoon D1225C12B5AP-15
RPM1850 RPM
Air Flow 98 m³/h

I was shocked to find out that the temperatures did not move at all. They are exactly the same at idle as my scythe fans. Now I figure this is because of the room temperature but even still since a greater amount of air is being forced through should the temperatures not be better?

If you can give me any advice that would be great. They are set up in push pull and mounted in the front bays of my Haf 932.

From my calculations if they are correct:

I had 45 CFM and 98 m3/h is equivalent to 57 CFM
 
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How do you like the Yates for your H50 Ceadderman? I'm waiting to get paid again before I order either an H50 or H70 for my Q9550, everything going into my 700D. I currently use a Xigmatek S1283, the old one I've had for about two years or maybe more. I still have not enough evidence to choose either the H50 or H70 and am still piecing together a plan for which fans to use and where to put them.
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Hi all, I'm new to Overclock, but found this forum HUGELY helpful and informative in my decision to go for a H50 in the brand spankin' new rig that I'm about to order.
I'm planning to go for the P193 case and have seen a few people with same combo already. I wondered if anyone has tried to install the H50 radiator on the front top fan as an exhaust?

I know I would need a 140 mm to 120 mm adapter, or sacrifice the 140mm fan for a 120mm, but was mainly wondering about the clearance, will it fit with the MOBO and specifically RAM also around that area? My guess (fingers crossed) would be that it just might fit.

My theory for this setup is that the H50 will be able to get plenty of fresh air from the front of the case that hasn't been heated up by rest of system without exhausting hot air all over the rest of my MOBO. Also see airflow pic below.

Would appreciate any info you guys might have!

http://www.overclock.net/album.php?a...ictureid=17911
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post #12928 of 28249
Ok so I ran the numbers. With the previous fans and prime 95 after one hour it came to:

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

With the new fans:

Core 1: 58
Core 2: 53
Core 3: 52
Core 4: 52

The setup is as follows. <--Fan--Radiator--<--Fan
The only thing in the front is the drive bays which are perforated. Couldn't think of a better word but plastic with holes. Other than that the cable management is good I think. I will try to get a picture in ASAP.
Got the stock fan exhausting with the top. The 230mm intake in the front, 140mm in the back, two gpu's and a spot cooler aimed at my MCP. Also the side stock fan as intake.

Let me know what else I can answer for you. I am just surprised that the cooling difference is minimal at best.
post #12929 of 28249
You can find a great review of the H70 Here by Zardon (ex founder of driverheaven) He compares it to the NH-D14 at 4.5ghz.
Edited by Enphenate - 8/25/10 at 3:52pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Liz View Post
ahhh.. even if i just put it on??
Once you lift off the cooler from the cpu you can create little pockets of air in the tim(compound), if you then just re-seat without cleaning off that can cause the overheating.
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