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Added a DIY shroud to the push fan.
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Bought it because temps with stock cooler didn't look good. Then overclocked to 4.2GHz. Prime showed 90C under 100% load.

Ordered Ultra Kaze 3000, fitted 25mm shroud, and reseated pump. Prime95, 100% load: 80C

Disabled hyper-threading. Prime 100% load: 66C

3dMark06 went from 28000 to 27500. That is a 2% drop. I can live with that better than 80 to 90C temps.

The fan on the NB? Without airflow spill from the stock Intel heatsink fan it got hot: up to 85C sometimes, so gave it its own fan.

I've only read the first 240 posts. Sorry. Slow reader
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Bought it because temps with stock cooler didn't look good. Then overclocked to 4.2GHz. Prime showed 90C under 100% load.

Ordered Ultra Kaze 3000, fitted 25mm shroud, and reseated pump. Prime95, 100% load: 80C

Disabled hyper-threading. Prime 100% load: 66C

3dMark06 went from 28000 to 27500. That is a 2% drop. I can live with that better than 80 to 90C temps.

The fan on the NB? Without airflow spill from the stock Intel heatsink fan it got hot: up to 85C sometimes, so gave it its own fan.

I've only read the first 240 posts. Sorry. Slow reader
What's your IOH voltage set to? Your NB temps are very high. I have the UD4P board and my NB stays around 40-50C

What's your case cooling like?
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IOH Core = 1.18v
With the little fan NB is now 40 to 50C under load. Glad that's normal then.
Two 120mm fans in top exhausting, one corsair 50cfm and one coolermaster 33cfm. Standard front 120mm fan.
Side cover has been off while doing this, but has two 33cfm CoolerMaster fans.
Have spare Ultra Kaze - debating whether to put it in empty 5.25 bays at front or whether too noisy.

Tip for Australians: Couldn't get 6-32 (6 gauge, 32 threads per inch) here in my part of Oz till discovered our 240V wall sockets use them. The extended ones are 2.5" long. Also motherboard case mounting posts use this thread, and fit in a 7/32" hole, so combining them gave me my mounting for shroud and fan. (Drilled shroud holes out to 7/32) Two tall MB posts and a short one = 1" (25mm)
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Morning. Long time reader, finally have a reason to register and post on this great forum.
Your MB connections are fine. For fans I strongly recommend the Ultra Kaze 2,000 rpm. You'll get much better static pressure on that radiator than any GT or 25mm fan could give you. Definetly DO NOT buy the 3,000 rpm version as it is just way too loud. The 2,000 rpm version is the best balance between performance and noise. I'd say it's on par with the R4 fans noise wise but of course performs much better. Plug the pump directly to the PS and make sure that in you BIOS fans are set to manual or if you're worried about it simply plug your fans directly into your PS as well. Keep us posetd on your results please. Thanks.
    
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Here's my temps and so on, **Apologies for wide screen, dual screen setup and im not the best person to edit photos... :$**

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and my H70 ^_^ Any suggestions on what i can change to further overclock my 955? ^_^

<snip>

Thanks!
Looking at a picture of your mobo online it appears that you have the pump hooked up to the CPU Fan header, which is fine. Also, by looking at your screenshot there it appears that your pump is being reported as the FANIN0 and the RPM is averaging right about 1400, which is right where it's supposed to be.

Edit: Note: While the program you are using to view your fan speed reports it as FANIN0, it will probably show up in your BIOS as CPU Fan.
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IOH Core = 1.18v
With the little fan NB is now 40 to 50C under load. Glad that's normal then.
Two 120mm fans in top exhausting, one corsair 50cfm and one coolermaster 33cfm. Standard front 120mm fan.
Side cover has been off while doing this, but has two 33cfm CoolerMaster fans.
Have spare Ultra Kaze - debating whether to put it in empty 5.25 bays at front or whether too noisy.

Tip for Australians: Couldn't get 6-32 (6 gauge, 32 threads per inch) here in my part of Oz till discovered our 240V wall sockets use them. The extended ones are 2.5" long. Also motherboard case mounting posts use this thread, and fit in a 7/32" hole, so combining them gave me my mounting for shroud and fan. (Drilled shroud holes out to 7/32) Two tall MB posts and a short one = 1" (25mm)
You need more intake. That's why the NB was so hot IMO. You essentially have 4 exhaust fans, 2 on your H70, and 2 on your top exhaust. With only 1 intake in the front of the case (if I understood what your wrote correctly).

First off that's putting a lot of pull pressure on your only intake fan and will probably wear out the bearing in it sooner than expected. Second, your case probably has negative pressure meaning it will be pulling air from ever nook and cranny in your case that it can, causing dust and debris to be pulled in too, resulting in a dirtier case case over time.

Just my thoughts

Did I read correctly that your side cover has 2 intake fans on it as well? If so, if that cover was off when you did your testing, you probably had a lot of dead air sitting around your motherboard, thus the high temps.
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Your MB connections are fine. For fans I strongly recommend the Ultra Kaze 2,000 rpm. You'll get much better static pressure on that radiator than any GT or 25mm fan could give you. Definetly DO NOT buy the 3,000 rpm version as it is just way too loud. The 2,000 rpm version is the best balance between performance and noise. I'd say it's on par with the R4 fans noise wise but of course performs much better. Plug the pump directly to the PS and make sure that in you BIOS fans are set to manual or if you're worried about it simply plug your fans directly into your PS as well. Keep us posetd on your results please. Thanks.

Garanthor - thank you for the feedback. As this is all new to me I welcome all help in finding the right solution.

Looking at noise, it seems the GT's (even at full speed) is lower than the Kaze, but as you say the Ultra Kaze seems to offer up better cooling, but would I need to make that sacrifice - noise vs incremental added cooling when, should the GT 1850's not offer up a good enough solution in cooling. Do I not need to bear in mind the fans on my HAF X helping to keep the airflow going (they are behemoth fans on the box)?
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Yes, quite true Shapiror06. Still sorting it out. "Under development" it is. Initially had it blowing into case as Corsair suggested, hence exhaust fans on top. Only turned it around to exhaust yesterday. CPU temps were same under load either way. NB was still a dead spot. With all the mesh sections on this case, not much pressurising .
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Added a shroud to the h50, Improved temps a few c
its just a gutted 120mm fan




old pic without shroud
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