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So i went to remount my H50 with some nice long 6/32 screws to put my 38mm panaflo with a shroud on to the back of my case and of course i just happen to have stretched the H50's radiator mounting bracket just enough to where the darn screw wont hold, now i can either go get some 8/32's and try them or i can twist up the bracket put the screws through mount and bolt from the back side, any one ever mounted this way, and had any issues ?
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The 700D is smaller than my case and I have mine mounted in my front/drive bays. Shouldn't have too much trouble with the 700D making it fit.
What about if I used the H70?
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Just ordered a H70. Gonna run an i3 540 as high as it'll let me take it I'll be selling my H50 soon
    
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What about if I used the H70?
The best way is to measure your case and then look at the specs of the H70 they don't have them listed on newegg I know someone here posted the exact length of the 70 tubes and sure if you look it up on corsair it would list it too then you would kn ow for sure if the H70 would fit or not.
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*This is most likely your problem. You only need apply to one surface not both. Basicall you doubled the amount of TIM and even if you didn't squeeze it all out by twisting the Pump into locking position, couple it with any Burn time and your temps will reflect it.
I seee... i shall go home and do it properly and see if it helps...

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You can get Both the X23 and G751 from performance-pcs.com if you're not in the States they do ship wherever mail can be sent.
i have visited the site.. im kinda impaitent and i would love to just be able to go to a store and buy it.. Otherwise i may pull out all my hair while waiting for the snail mail to arrive! i will perhaps exhaust all my options before opting to order online.


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While nothing is wrong with spreading out the TIM, I don't recommend it. It's going to get spread when you install the H50 twisting it into the lock ring and then putting pressure to the lockring via the screws. Basically tighten them til they seated and then give them about a quarter turn more in a criss cross pattern. Starting in Q1 then go down and opposite that to Q3 cross over to Q4 then up and across to Q2.

Then leave the side off and tighten each individually a quarter turn while the system is in Idle mode and check your temps if each core starts to increase then back the corresponding screw off the quarter turn you gave it.
i will try this. and if it still doesnt work then i will conclude i have broken it...

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Oooooh also you may check the MoBo for a bent socket pin. I don't believe you have one but it could be an issue also.
i have checked the mobo... as far as i can tell it does not have one... Thanks again for your expertise... i really appreaciate all the help i'm getting here and i have my fingers crossed that this is the last time i will need to take apart my computer for a long time!
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Not exactly the rated static pressure I was looking for, but thanks.
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I seee... i shall go home and do it properly and see if it helps...

i have visited the site.. im kinda impaitent and i would love to just be able to go to a store and buy it.. Otherwise i may pull out all my hair while waiting for the snail mail to arrive! i will perhaps exhaust all my options before opting to order online.

i will try this. and if it still doesnt work then i will conclude i have broken it...

i have checked the mobo... as far as i can tell it does not have one... Thanks again for your expertise... i really appreaciate all the help i'm getting here and i have my fingers crossed that this is the last time i will need to take apart my computer for a long time!
One more thing I do not see listed by anyone is to make sure your motherboard is not under-volting the fan(s) or the pump. Make sure it is set to 100% for both in the motherboard bios and that nothing is running that might throttle either the fan or pump like Cool and Quiet or similar software.
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One more thing I do not see listed by anyone is to make sure your motherboard is not under-volting the fan(s) or the pump. Make sure it is set to 100% for both in the motherboard bios and that nothing is running that might throttle either the fan or pump like Cool and Quiet or similar software.
I dont have any such programs installed... i've only just reinstalled windows and i'm pretty sure it doesnt comewith them?? (correct me if i'm wrong)

i have also checked in the bios and there are no options to set fan speeds. there is only the Q-fan option which are disabled. i also checked hw monitor and they are both on. one was 1400 something(i'm thinking the pump) and the other was at 1700(i believe this is the fan attached to the radiator) so i assumed those are ok speeds?
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I dont have any such programs installed... i've only just reinstalled windows and i'm pretty sure it doesnt comewith them?? (correct me if i'm wrong)

i have also checked in the bios and there are no options to set fan speeds. there is only the Q-fan option which are disabled. i also checked hw monitor and they are both on. one was 1400 something(i'm thinking the pump) and the other was at 1700(i believe this is the fan attached to the radiator) so i assumed those are ok speeds?
Cool and Quiet is part of the bios also an AMD exclusive thing don't remember what they call the same thing for Intel but it wouldn't matter what OS you have installed if it is in your bios it could be running.

The 1400 is indeed your pump and the stock fan at least is rated at 1600rpm so that is great if it is running 1700rpm.
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@Liz... Right, as Carfanatic pointed out you can adjust your fan settings in your BIOS. Also make certain you are not plugged into the CPU port with your Main unit, as the temps are variable temps and will slow your pump. If your Push/Pull setup has long enough leads you can chain them together.

As far as snail mail from Performance for TIM. I live completely on the other side of the US from them. I had my last order from them in 2 days.

I order last Tuesday...

TIM
2n1 ATX tool
1 ft of 1 inch Heatshrink
1 ft of .5 inch Heatshrink

Checked the tracking number on my USPS shipment on Thursday night.

It was in my P.O. Box by 12pm that day. I happily walked over and opened my letter size P.O. Box expecting to have to go in the next day. It was in my box, I ran home happy as a Loon and started back in on my sleeving.

I don't know where you're at but if it's 2 days for me I can't imagine that it would be much more for you.

If you order a big package from them it takes about 10 days to go cross the US. That's what it took for my big fan order.

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