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post #13991 of 28253
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Originally Posted by SheepMoose View Post
Just completed my first ever build thanks to OCN. Everything works and it posts but I'm a little concerned about the noise the H70 is producing. Apart from a air blowing noise it's kind of creating a low pitched squeal it seems, kind of like a "zzzzz" sound. It sounds to be coming directly from the fans and not the pump.

Is it a serious issue and should I contact corsair? Or is it something I can probably fix with a fan replacement?
just change the fans speed by using the speed converter included with H70.
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post #13992 of 28253
I'm hearing very quiet trickling noises from my H70 pump.. Is this normal? I always get it right when turning my computer and it will occasionally happen at random times. I'd say maybe every 10min. or so... The trickling noises don't happen for very long, just for a second.
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post #13993 of 28253
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I'm hearing very quiet trickling noises from my H70 pump.. Is this normal? I always get it right when turning my computer and it will occasionally happen at random times. I'd say maybe every 10min. or so... The trickling noises don't happen for very long, just for a second.
That would be a bit of trapped air. If it really bothers you take the pump off the CPU and give it a good shake (make sure its lower that the rad when you shake it). Re-seat it, run it for a few minutes and voila, no more "trickling noises".
    
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post #13994 of 28253
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i think the voltages are fine
i mean using air cooled method while stressing the gpu along with the cpu then gpu is dumping heat on cpu as well (since heat goes up and that's where cpu heat sink is at)
at this point going with the h70 will reduce your cpu temps to at least 58 with gpu being stressed. i've seen the same processor on 4.2ghz with h50/h70 and the stress test doesnt reach 60c

so you will be able to further o/c your cpu and be on safe temps
I ran into an issue with getting my CPU to 4ghz. An error in Prime95 that said return value was 5, expected less than 4. It didn't happen when I was testing just the CPU though, only when I was testing the RAM. The best I could do was 3.9ghz.

And if the H50 can handle my CPU then that is great. I have a 120mm fan that came with the case so I should be able do a push/pull setup.
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So a few more questions with regards to the H50, as I'm looking to set up my computer with a completely new case as well as with the Corsair H50 right now to get a overall improvement to me cooling.

What does everyone think of using the following fan with the Corsair H50 in place or with the Provided fan (for a Push/pull set up)? http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...78779&csid=_21
Is that fan a Higher RPM than the provided fan by Corsair? Would using it be a better option than the provided fan (including in a push/pull set up if say I had two of those fans)? Note the RPM is listed as 2100 RPM for that fan and it is a dual ball bearing fan.

Also if anyone is curious I'm looking at getting the following case as it has better capability for air flow than my current crappy case and looks cooler. http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...2&ID=1957#Tab0

Also should I look into getting a power supply that is more than 750 watts or does it look like from my specs that I got enough power to run the H50?
Edited by Wolfgar83 - 10/8/10 at 4:30pm
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just change the fans speed by using the speed converter included with H70.
Hm, It sounds like it's not coming from the fans but fan related somehow. When the system firsts boots up the fans are spinning but don't make any noise, then the noise starts emitting. Loud pump maybe? Should I RMA it or what?
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hi guys I was planning on getting 2 San aces http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27970 in push pull for my h50 mounted as intake in the front 5.25 drive bays in my haf x case. I was thinking about getting a 38mm shroud since I can get one for $10. Is that a good idea? What length bolt would I need for the 38mm shroud and a 25mm fan?

Was also thinking about taking the stock h50 fan and making that into a shroud to put on the pull side... Is that a good idea? What size bolts do I need for a 25mm shroud with a 25mm fan?

Have to be careful to not get any bolts that are too long so that I don't pierce the rad..

Btw, the gentle typhoon ap-15s have 58cfm and 20 static pressure at 26dba for $36 for 2.
San aces are 88cfm 64 static pressure! 40 dba $54 for 2 with shipping.. ;-( I think it's worth it though.
Edited by Kyushu - 10/8/10 at 10:19pm
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post #13998 of 28253
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I was thinking about getting a 38mm shroud since I can get one for $10. Is that a good idea? What length bolt would I need for the 38mm shroud and a 25mm fan
From what I've read so far, the optimal shroud is the 38mm one. As for the bolts now, you will need 2"3/4 length 6-32's I believe.

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Was also thinking about taking the stock h50 fan and making that into a shroud to put on the pull side... Is that a good idea?
Don't think it will help that much because the shroud is used to eliminate the dead spot behind the fan's motor. Not sure if helps in the pull part. Don't take my word fo it though! ;-)

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What size bolts do I need for a 25mm shroud with a 25mm fan?
You will need 2"1/4 bolts, 6-32's of course


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post #13999 of 28253
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hi guys I was planning on getting 2 San aces http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27970 in push pull for my h50 mounted as intake in the front 5.25 drive bays in my haf x case. I was thinking about getting a 38mm shroud since I can get one for $10. Is that a good idea? What length bolt would I need for the 38mm shroud and a 25mm fan?

Was also thinking about taking the stock h50 fan and making that into a shroud to put on the pull side... Is that a good idea? What size bolts do I need for a 25mm shroud with a 25mm fan?

Have to be careful to not get any bolts that are too long so that I don't pierce the rad..

Btw, the gentle typhoon ap-15s have 58cfm and 20 static pressure at 26dba for $36 for 2.
San aces are 88cfm 64 static pressure! 40 dba $54 for 2 with shipping.. ;-( I think it's worth it though.
Dont pre-buy your bolts.
Take the fan and shroud to the hardware store and fit the bolts there.
You are looking for 6/32 bolts you will need to test the length there.

When I bought my shroud it came with the right size bolts.

That's how I did it.
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