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Originally Posted by MicahFett View Post
I'm not at home looking at my H70, but I'm fairly certain that the instructions say to connect the PUMP to the CPU_Fan connector; not the fans. Just connect the fans to any fan header they can reach.

Also, make sure that you go into your BIOS and set the CPU_Fan speed to manual so that the pump runs max RPM at all times and does not scale with CPU temperature. This feature may be called something like "CPU Smart Fan" or whatever, just disable it.

For reference, the pump should run at ~1400 rpm. Mine seems to run about 1385 rpm.

Finally, like others requested, definitely post a pic and people can help you with orientation, etc. Hope things work out for ya
Maybe i read it wrong since I am a man and manuals are beneath me. So i only looked at it real quick.

I placed 1 fan on the outside like so because I plan to use a 50 mm shroud and 38 mm 3k rmp ultra kaze so i wanted to conserve room on the inside


The top right thumb screws can't go in since having the fan on the outside doesn't allow panel to line up with the hole





It still closes so it's not the end of world I guess but only secured by the bottom thumb screw.

I have it set up as exhaust atm. when i get my videocards I'll try different settings to see what works best.
post #13772 of 28251
I have a very similar problem with my case, and it is sort of a pain to make it work the way it should. I had to unscrew the fan and pull it away from the case a bit everytime I wanted to take the side panel off.
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Well the side panel on these cases go on really good even without thumbscrew, at least mine does. So If you just have one I think you are more than good my friend.
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Originally Posted by MicahFett View Post
I'm not at home looking at my H70, but I'm fairly certain that the instructions say to connect the PUMP to the CPU_Fan connector; not the fans. Just connect the fans to any fan header they can reach.

Also, make sure that you go into your BIOS and set the CPU_Fan speed to manual so that the pump runs max RPM at all times and does not scale with CPU temperature. This feature may be called something like "CPU Smart Fan" or whatever, just disable it.

For reference, the pump should run at ~1400 rpm. Mine seems to run about 1385 rpm.

Finally, like others requested, definitely post a pic and people can help you with orientation, etc. Hope things work out for ya
Unless they changed the instructions with the H70 compared to the H50 no he had it right the fan(s) go to the CPU header(because that is where a fan is meant to be anyways 4pin for fans vs 3pin for pump) and the pump is suppose to go on any spare header.

And just like you said for best performance of course check bios to make sure the pump is at max and the fan isn't throttled by any bios settings.

After everything is setup and running and temps are good/great for you specially with the H70 you may want to change bios settings to allow throttling of the fan based on CPU temps because the stock fans at least are loud when unrestricted at 2k rpm.
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Okay guys, how does the thermal paste look on my block... Too much?

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post #13776 of 28251
Don't connect the fans to your motherboard at all if you don't want to; run everything off your PSU... at least you know they're all running at full pace then.

I personally only connect my pump to the motherboard and i run it from the CPU header as it's closest.
    
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post #13777 of 28251
If it came with the TIM on it then your good to go.
You may be over teching it.
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Hey guys, noob here. My h70 came today and after installing it, my computer wont boot up! it powers up for 1 second then shuts off right away before post. This is my first build and was working fine for the last 3 months until today after i installed the h70. Anyone know what could be wrong?

I've checked the power connections on the mobo and the h70 is screwed in pretty snug so i don't think its overheating. Everything was working fine an hr ago with the stock intel cooler. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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post #13779 of 28251
my temps are amazing like totally...
using h50 with stock fan as pull, push fan is a thermaltake thunderblade blue led, im so impressed by it, i got my cpu to 3.8 and i havent seen it go above 40c no matter what i do or how hot it gets in my room pics to prove it sorry about crappy pics used cell phone camera.... ya it sucks lol





Edited by solar0987 - 9/28/10 at 7:12pm
post #13780 of 28251
Also using stock tim and have it set to exaust<-- don't think thats spelled right the temps are after a hour of occt next is to mod it to have clear tubes and a resevior.Do you think the pump in the h50 is enought to handle a resivior and a gpu cooler? Like this
http://www.tilatech.com/products/EK-...er-Block-.html
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