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post #1351 of 28249
- Just Remounted mine and applied MX-2.
- Setup a "Push/Pull" Config"
- Idle Temps are 33-35 on stock clocks
- I plugged the corsair fan to the "JCPU_FAN" and the Pump to "AUX_FAN" Is this correct?

Are they ok?

P.S. Add me to the Club too
Edited by McLaren_F1 - 1/4/10 at 3:14pm
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Originally Posted by mastical View Post
What kind of fans do you have?
i have a noctua from my old noctua nh-u12p heatsink, i was thinking of doin fan-shroud-radiator-fan mod to see if the temps drop
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Ritchwell post a PIC of your PC case with the door open. Also how many DVD drive bays do you have open? Are you in intake⇉ or ⇇exhaust? Have you tired a push↔shroud↔pull? The push↔shroud↔pull should take care of your sealing problem. I have the same CPU and MB and I idle around 22°C.
1 DVD in the bay so 4 open, its set up intake, and have not tried a shroud dont know how to set it up here are the pictures.


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post #1354 of 28249
Ok Try these things:

• Flip your H50's pump. I don't know if this matters but it looks to be a bit twisted.

• Your GFX has a air handler that pumps hot air out the rear of your case. Heat rises only to be sucked across the H50's coil where less heat exchange now happens. Now hotter air is being pumped in your case. Its a better idea to have it in exhaust with your setup.

• Next I would add a 120mm intake in your drive bays. So fresh air enter your case and crosses the coil of the H50. You can buy one like this or just zip tie one in.

• Then I would get 2 really good fans, with a fan controller. More so you can adjust the fan noise levels.

• Just take an old 120mm fan and cut the fan part out leaving only the housing. And if you cant do that, then find the cheapest fan you can find to make a shroud with. Now find 4 really long screws or screw them into to each one at a time.
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Originally Posted by McLaren_F1 View Post
- Just Remounted mine and applied MX-2.
- Setup a "Push/Pull" Config"
- Idle Temps are 33-35 on stock clocks
- I plugged the corsair fan to the "JCPU_FAN" and the Pump to "AUX_FAN" Is this correct?

Are they ok?

P.S. Add me to the Club too
Added, nice setup there. And yes thats absolutely correct, you could double check to make sure AUX_FAN is running at 100% speed. The RPM should be about 1400.

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Originally Posted by Pings View Post
Ok Try these things:

• Flip your H50's pump. I don't know if this matters but it looks to be a bit twisted.

• Your GFX has a air handler that pumps hot air out the rear of your case. Heat rises only to be sucked across the H50's coil where less heat exchange now happens. Now hotter air is being pumped in your case. Its a better idea to have it in exhaust with your setup.

Next I would add a 120mm intake in your drive bays. So fresh air enter your case and crosses the coil of the H50. You can buy one like this or just zip tie one in.

• Then I would get 2 really good fans, with a fan controller. More so you can adjust the fan noise levels.

• Just take an old 120mm fan and cut the fan part out leaving only the housing. And if you cant do that, then find the cheapest fan you can find to make a shroud with. Now find 4 really long screws or screw them into to each one at a time.
Really good advice for anyone, the bits in bold especially. And of course 2 powerful fans are going to help a lot if you can stand the noise. +rep for all your help in this thread mate
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post #1356 of 28249
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Ok Try these things:

• Flip your H50's pump. I don't know if this matters but it looks to be a bit twisted.
I have tried many configuration with the radiator and pump & water block position...lol
• Your GFX has a air handler that pumps hot air out the rear of your case. Heat rises only to be sucked across the H50's coil where less heat exchange now happens. Now hotter air is being pumped in your case. Its a better idea to have it in exhaust with your setup.

• Next I would add a 120mm intake in your drive bays. So fresh air enter your case and crosses the coil of the H50. You can buy one like this or just zip tie one in.

I ordered 2 200mm led fans from amazon yesterday for the side cover and replacing the top exhuast with the 200mm led. But i will add an extra 120mm fan as you suggested.

• Then I would get 2 really good fans, with a fan controller. More so you can adjust the fan noise levels.

• Just take an old 120mm fan and cut the fan part out leaving only the housing. And if you cant do that, then find the cheapest fan you can find to make a shroud with. Now find 4 really long screws or screw them into to each one at a time.
I have tried every configuration with the radiator and wateblock...lol

I ordered two 200mm led fan from amazon for the side fan and replace the to p exhuast fan.

Will try to add a 120mm fan on the drive bays.

Looking for a nice fan conroller

What size screw? How do you attach the empty shell fan to the radiator?
Edited by ritchwell - 1/4/10 at 4:50pm
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What size screw is needed, how do you attach the radiator to that empty shell 120mm fan
The screw holes that screw into the radiator are classified as 6-32, you can get them at any home hardware store. To mount a fan and a fan shroud to the radiator you would need screws at least 55mm in length, and not much more - getting longer ones would mean that you'd have to screw them in too far. Add an extra few millimetres if you have to mount the setup through your case. Hope thats clear.
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Added, nice setup there. And yes thats absolutely correct, you could double check to make sure AUX_FAN is running at 100% speed. The RPM should be about 1400.
Do i check that in the BIOS?
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BIOS or speedfan should tell you
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To mount a fan and a fan shroud to the radiator you would need screws at least 55mm in length, and not much more - getting longer ones would mean that you'd have to screw them in too far. Add an extra few millimetres if you have to mount the setup through your case. Hope thats clear.
Actually this is part of answer i need, same type machine screw, need the exact size like i know for a 120x25mm fan the screw needed is 6-32 1 1/4. But schroud and fan what is the exact size for the screw?
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