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post #13591 of 28306
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Originally Posted by shapiror06 View Post
Link: This site said says they're "Closed-Out." Does that hint towards them being discontinued?

Link: In stock

Link: In stock

Link: No real stock info, in stock?

All those stores seem a bit sketchy to me, and have mixed ratings. Not sure how much I'd trust them, but I guess if they're my only option, I'll give it a shot.

Anyone have any experience with these sites?
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Originally Posted by Sorian View Post
All those stores seem a bit sketchy to me, and have mixed ratings. Not sure how much I'd trust them, but I guess if they're my only option, I'll give it a shot.

Anyone have any experience with these sites?
Based on the ratings I see for any of those sites I wouldn't risk it. No fun if they steal/sell CC info. Better to wait for a reputable site to get them back in stock.
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post #13593 of 28306
Wow what a thread!

Apart from the DIY options (cool air in from the front), has anyone worked ot an ideal setup for the H70 (or H50) with the CM 690ii?

I'm staring building my first decent PC as soon as I finish typing this. It's an i7-930, inside a CM 690ii Advanced with the Corsair H70.

I've searched the forum and this thread and reached a couple of conclusions:
1: I'll want to swap the standard corsair fans for something the the Scythe GTs, or I may go for some Silverstone FM123s (I've seen more about them in the UK than the US, but they have good static pressure).
2: How I set up the fans on the CM 690ii is crucial.

It's this second point I'd like to ask a question on (asking here because using the H70 affects case airflow choice).
Standard recommendations:
Front, Bottom & Side as In take
Top & Rear as Out take
However, that's 5 fans in, and 3 out. It does seem that this configuration would have cool air entering from the top side fan, and immediately leaving through the back fan, and adjacent top fan. This would be good if the H70 was in one of those positions, but the adjacent extraction fan would still be taking some of the nice cool air.

I'm really at a loss as to the best setup, and any advice would be much appreciated.

Thanks
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post #13594 of 28306
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Asetek is the one that makes it for corsair and alienware
So I guess I get to join the Club Then?
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post #13595 of 28306
This is how I have my PC setup for the 240MM Rad. The tower has 6 spaces for fans.

2 120MM front of tower incoming

1 120MM Bottom of tower incoming

1 230MM tower side incoming

all this bring in cool air.

The fans listed below are for exhaust.

1 120MM back of tower near top,

2 120MM fans mounted on the bottom on the 240MM Rad that is mounted on the top inside of tower,

1 230MM fan mounted on the top of the tower on top of the 240MM Rad. I get the push/pull effect having it this way.

Hope this helps.
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post #13596 of 28306
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Originally Posted by Triggaaar View Post
Wow what a thread!

Apart from the DIY options (cool air in from the front), has anyone worked ot an ideal setup for the H70 (or H50) with the CM 690ii?

I'm staring building my first decent PC as soon as I finish typing this. It's an i7-930, inside a CM 690ii Advanced with the Corsair H70.

I've searched the forum and this thread and reached a couple of conclusions:
1: I'll want to swap the standard corsair fans for something the the Scythe GTs, or I may go for some Silverstone FM123s (I've seen more about them in the UK than the US, but they have good static pressure).
2: How I set up the fans on the CM 690ii is crucial.

It's this second point I'd like to ask a question on (asking here because using the H70 affects case airflow choice).
Standard recommendations:
Front, Bottom & Side as In take
Top & Rear as Out take
However, that's 5 fans in, and 3 out. It does seem that this configuration would have cool air entering from the top side fan, and immediately leaving through the back fan, and adjacent top fan. This would be good if the H70 was in one of those positions, but the adjacent extraction fan would still be taking some of the nice cool air.

I'm really at a loss as to the best setup, and any advice would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Front and side should be intake(bottom too) top and back should be exhaust. You should always have more air going in the case then out thus creating a positive pressure case so air is pushed out all the little cracks and crevices. If you exhaust more air then you take in creating a negative pressure case then your case is sucking in air dirt/dust etc. in all the little cracks and crevices and that's bad.
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I have recently cleaned my H50 for the first time and because I had it as intake (as per the instructions), there was an enormous amount of dust collected on the radiator. Luckily my g/f loves to clean dust and she was able to remove it all with her tweezers. I have changed the configuration to exhaust and changed 2 other 120 mm fans for intake. Hopefully this will mitigate the dust problem.

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I just installed my H50 and I am enjoying the results.

Recently my TRUE has been unable to keep my Q6600 temps under 70 C and I was forced to decrease my OC to 3.2 Ghz. Now with my H50 I am once again able to achieve 3.6 Ghz with my first quad core processor. I followed the instructions that came with the unit and I am presently pulling air into the case with the two CoolerMaster Red LED (2000 rpm, 90CFM, 19 dBA) fans. My temps have decreased by approximately 11 degrees C. Of course I have re-arranged some of the fans which are now used as exhaust. I have the Coolermaster H50 fans as intake as well as the side window fan, and I have the top 200 mm and two front 120 mm as exhaust.

Here are my results (Keep in mind I am pushing 1.45 Vcore) :

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i just got an h50 today but my new mobo has not arrived yet... i am soooo stoked to OC the crap out of my 965be!!!! anyone have any h50 OC success stories?
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i just got an h50 today but my new mobo has not arrived yet... i am soooo stoked to OC the crap out of my 965be!!!! anyone have any h50 OC success stories?
I can't relate to your 965be, but I'm currently in the process of stabilizing the voltages for my OC. On my H70, I got my i7 930 to 4.2GHz, and 8GB of G.Skill Trident DDR3-2000 running at 1600MHz with 7-8-7-20 1T timings. I will post my CPU-Z validation when I get it stable.
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post #13600 of 28306
first i should mention i am NOT a part of this club (i won't be for awhile). This is kinda an odd question i have about these coolers.

Now, water cooling normally requires to refill the liquid eventually, won't these coolers eventually need to have their liquid refilled as well?
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