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Ya that's what I ended up doing...but I couldn't help but feel like that wasn't proper.
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Thanks for the heads up on another possibility!
I will definately consider this advice as well.
I'm looking at these air penetrators because of the directional flow being potentially solid in heatsink and radiator applications.
I'm suspecting that the results will be very similar to the stock fans just exceptionally quieter.

Also I'm willing to gamble because of several potential homes for these fans around the house.
If they don't fit the bill I'll use one to replace a louder fan on the intake and put the other to vent my HTPC.
When you're finished I'd be very curious to know what your temps are like for both idle and load (don't forget to state what ambient temp is) so I can compare to my H50 set-up. I assume you'll be at least at 3.8 ghz stock voltage? I use push pull with two shrouds intaking from my front drive bays, exhaust is out top and back. I'm trying to decide if it would be worth it to upgrade to the H70.
    
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Anyone know what the size of the h70 tubing is? i want to buy some uv green anti-kink coils to go on over the black tubing to dress it up a bit (black tubing is borring and ugly)

like this (this guy has h50..he said 1/2 size worked..is h50 tubing the same width as h70s?)


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First post here, but go ahead and add me to the club.

New build for me, see description below. Just wanted to get a few clarifications as far as temperatures and voltages are concerned. Main items are i7-930 D0 @ 3.73Ghz, x58 FTW3, H70 push/pull as rear intake, 6GB Corsair @ 1700mhz. Running LinX pack ( ~10min shown in screenshot) and Prime95 (~3 hour test), I have seen maximum temperatures of 76/72/73/70. Ambient @ 26 deg. I believe I heard temperatures of 85 for the cores were acceptable for 24/7 use and processor longevity, is this correct? The VREG has gotten into the high 60s during testing, is this safe and what is the maximum 24/7 temperature?

Are these core temps inline with the H70 and i7-930 around this 3.73Ghz OC or do I need to reseat it? Didn't want to overtighten the bracket, worried about bent pins. I plan on going to GT AP-15s when they get back in stock to cut down on the noise and gutting one of the stock corsair fans with the H70 to use as an intake shroud. Any other configuration recommendations? Also, I'll need to post an updated picture as the cable management has vastly improved.

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Thanks in advance for any help and advice.

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Hey guys I think I already asked this, but does anyone know if I can mount the h50 or h70 in the front 5.25 drive bays on the cooler master haf x case?
I want to order my build tonight.
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Alright added myself. Any thoughts on the temperatures?
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When you're finished I'd be very curious to know what your temps are like for both idle and load (don't forget to state what ambient temp is) so I can compare to my H50 set-up. I assume you'll be at least at 3.8 ghz stock voltage? I use push pull with two shrouds intaking from my front drive bays, exhaust is out top and back. I'm trying to decide if it would be worth it to upgrade to the H70.
Ya i am at stock voltage currently. Not for long!
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Long story short, I need to take off the cover of my pump.

I have removed the 2 screws people say you need to remove - The right ones, and I am sure of it.
But I can't seem to take it off, no matter how hard I pull....
Is there a trick, or maybe I am doing something wrong...?


Btw, what are the rest of those screws for?
PMs with info are also welcome...
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Long story short, I need to take off the cover of my pump.

I have removed the 2 screws people say you need to remove - The right ones, and I am sure of it.
But I can't seem to take it off, no matter how hard I pull....
Is there a trick, or maybe I am doing something wrong...?


Btw, what are the rest of those screws for?
PMs with info are also welcome...
The rest of the screws hold the block in place and block the water/mix from spilling all over.
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post #13510 of 28303
It was glue keeping me back from taking the cover out...

I will test it tomorrow to see where the leaking is comming from...
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