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$15? Hmmm... I saw those at $10.99 at my local CompUSA all though they were in green. I did read that the db's they state is the low end. They do not mention the high end db's. I think someone measured the db's on their own and got something into the mid to high 30 db's.

Also, I believe they they are not PWM's if that is what you are looking for.
Wait .....

Are the Scythe GentleTyphoon D1225C12B5AP-15 120mm Case Fan PWM's?

I hope so!
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post #13722 of 28303
Well the delivery man just delivered me a brand new in box h50 fresh from RMA.

And wow i'm back at 4Ghz stable with 35-40c idle temps
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post #13723 of 28303
Hi Forum,

I have a few thought and questions about the H50/H70. I have considered this, as it's a fairly easy way to watercool your cpu, without all the hazzle about getting the right block, rad, fittings etc.

Right now, my PC is running inside a Lian Li PC-P50R Armorsuit case, which from my point of view, has excellent airflow. I have a Zalman CNPS9900 NT aircooler on my i7-930, running at 4.0ghz stable.

I then saw/read a few reviews and from what I can see, in a simular setup like mine, I should get about 70-75c of temperature on my i7 @ 4ghz with the H50 and a tad lower with the H70. The temp was monitored by "Real Temp" and "CPUID hardware monitor" after 30 min of Prime95.
When I do 30 mins. of prime95 on my "aircooled" setup I get 74c in Real Temp and 72c in CPUID hardware monitor on core #0 (which always is the hottest). The temp diff. between all cores is 4c, so it's seated perfectly.

But this just don't blow my pants off. Is that all I can expect from the H50/70, if so I would better of with aircooling.

What kind of temps are you guys getting ?
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I believe you should see a slight drop with the right setup. Lap the heatsink with push pull setup and you should see improvement
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Im always being paranoid that my H50 would suddenly burst. Why am i being so paranoid. No im not on crack. Im just afraid. here is my setup.

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Hi all, Almost all hardware stores have 1' and 3' length "all thread". It will be in a vertical rack along with steel and aluminum straight/angle stock. Cut to length with a hack saw or chop saw. Buy some 6-32 cap nuts and presto you can assemble any size/combination of shrouds and fans your little nerd heart desires.

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Okay, I went to home depot and could not find any 2 3/4" 6/32 bolts. they guy that worked there said they dont care them as they are too long and would not hold up?

I then said how about 1/8 by 3" and he said thats the same as the 6/32 that he just said he didnt have......

where can I buy these bolts?
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Lowes!!!!! They have what you need even in socket head style Which IMO are way nicer looking bolts.
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post #13728 of 28303
Oh man 2 months i've been without watercooling now.

Booted up at stock clocks idle temps were 24-26C in bios!

OC'd to 4Ghz im looking at 35-40C idle!

Corsair FTW!
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Oh man 2 months i've been without watercooling now.

Booted up at stock clocks idle temps were 24-26C in bios!

OC'd to 4Ghz im looking at 35-40C idle!

Corsair FTW!
Wow. Push pull?

I would like to push my CPU further to 3.8Ghz. But will the differences be noticeable ? Im on 3.6Ghz now.

Im idling at 32-35.
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post #13730 of 28303
H70 ordered. Together with the AX1200 PSU.

I'll get back with air vs. water temps on my setup later
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