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lol Another one to join the very exclusive "H50 leak" club. He just posted this today over at Corsair's forum. Hopefully he'll get everthing replaced and soon.
I think he's not on the exclusive...... i think its the Elite "H50 Leak" Club

That sucks... I hope the compensate him fully if all the hardware gets honestly crippled
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Got it installed with two 1,850 GentleTyphoons sucking air in, cause I have the exhaust fan on the top.



Running my i7 920 at 3.80 GHz and these settings:

CPU Multipler = 21X
CPU BLCK = 181
CPU VCore = 1.2000 V
CPU PLL = 1.80 V
QPI/VTT = 1.24 V
DRAM = 1.58 V
IOH Core = auto
ICH Core = auto
RAM = 1448 MHz

After a 3 hour max OCCT test and passing these are the temps:

Idle Temps = 44-42-44-39 C
Load Temps = 72-71-72-68 C

Got it up to 4.1 GHz, but ran to hot for my tastes.
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I know everyone keeps recommending the Gentle Typhoone fans, but I was curious if anyone knows of a fan that has over 10mmH2O or .39inH2O and that is at or below 45dB noise level?
http://www.silverstonetek.com/produc...fm123&area=usa I use and like this one
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The FM123 is crap and doesn't come close to it's specs.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ht=fan+testing
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Well there's his problem right there...

...it's an MSi Board he's on.

Actually I think he should be able to run his system once it's dried. If not then he should report it to Corsair and apply for the Warranty.

And then he should get a CH IV MoBo if his MSi is the board I think it is.

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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.
ahhhh ok i understand.. so i have since unmounted my heat sink scraped everything off, reapplied the TIM and now my temperatures are even higher... so i have no idea what I'm doing wrong and is it normal to have up to 6 degrees variance between cores? i have one core that is always cooler than the others... and one that is consistently hotter, and i didn't have this problem before I reapplied the TIM the first time... sigh... my bf keeps telling me that if it's working then don't break it! lol but I cant help myself! I want it to work better! unfortunately... my computer is moody.... so after reapplying it today, it got up to 78 degrees and that was the highest I've ever seen it... so to compensate i dropped the vcore and now i can manage to keep it under 70 but I'm sure it has something to do with the heat sink and the TIM is it worth it to try a different brand of thermal paste? I dont have a local retailer who sells shin etsu but i know i can get some mx3....

or maybe - i just don't know what I'm doing and I'm making it worse each time..?? i am starting to think this.... should i just leave it alone?
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Well there's his problem right there...

...it's an MSi Board he's on.

Actually I think he should be able to run his system once it's dried. If not then he should report it to Corsair and apply for the Warranty.

And then he should get a CH IV MoBo if his MSi is the board I think it is.

~Ceadder
Blahh I think you are confused on the MSI board he's using.... his is the 790 (the same one I have) which works way better than the 890 which OMG is painfully horrible all the stories so far... ehehehe yours is the CH IV MoBo which follows as 890 so it ain't the same as his MSI.... its not about the MSI board his problem lol
Edited by sendblink23 - 8/25/10 at 10:11pm
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or maybe - i just don't know what I'm doing and I'm making it worse each time..?? i am starting to think this.... should i just leave it alone?
Hey Liz, souns like you didn't apply the TIM very evenly. I suggest you try again, not sure which TIM you're using, but it shouldn't cause a 8 degree increase. Tip when screwing your cooler back onto the CPU: try to tighten the screws evenly, instead of completely tightening 1 before moving on to the next screw, this ensures a more even distribution of the TIM.

Hope that helps, good luck!
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@sendblink23

@ Liz... Intel typically runs about 4c higher on 1st core dear. So if your temps are higher it will affect your 1st core temp as well.

I'm not sure but your temps could be affected by too much as well as too little TIM as well as the ambient temp, and how tight you mount the Hydro to the CPU.

So look at your CPU, if you have solid coverage you'll know because the majority of each quadrant should be covered. It doesn't have to cover corner to corner, edge to edge. But the majority of each quadrant must be covered.

Too much TIM between the two surfaces will slow the wicking properties and increase the temps.

Just like solid metal to metal contact will create convection(for lack of the correct word) and overheat the CPU.

If you're applying the TIM correctly it should be thick enough to barely read the Manufacturers info on the surface of the CPU through the TIM but not so thick that it's illegible.

I suggest if you haven't already to get some Shin-Etsu G751 which is the stock paste. You can use X23 if that's all you can get, but its average temp is slightly higher than G751.

And so long as you have not fired up your system you can check under the heatsink and observe your TIM coverage. It could be that your CPU is domed enough that your coverage is limited and instead of having TIM where the dome is that you're getting a straight metal to metal contact.

No worries about a defective CPU or Cooler since all CPUs' will have this defect to some degree. That's why people lapp their CPUs', to give the flattest surface possible for which the TIM can mate the two surfaces without direct contact.

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hey, I'll join. :-)









everyone who joins this thread should also join the water cooling club in my sig. :-)
Hello

Where can i find those psu cables you have inside your case?

Thanks.
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