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Originally Posted by LayneRuley View Post
OMG can someone please pm me about maybe giving me there own intel bracket for the h50? i dont mind paying shipping............
I can send you mines of my old H50 since OBVIOUSLY I don't need the intel brackets... PM me your address I'll try to ship them tomorrow hopefully, don't forget to include your name
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omg i love you. Thanks. ill send you a PM.
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Please add me to the club.
Its not a stock h50 but it is one..........

btw ignore the weird animal crap stickers on the wall. im in my brothers room as wee speak because of house renovations.




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Please add me to the club.
Its not a stock h50 but it is one..........

btw ignore the weird animal crap stickers on the wall. im in my brothers room as wee speak because of house renovations.
no offense, but eeeeewwwwwwww!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What is ewww? The stickers? on the Wall? Yeah its so freakin stupid....
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color and very un........sanitary pc setup LOL
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H70 owner here. I threw 2 CoolerMaster 120mm Blade Master fans on. Much better air pressure over the stock ones.

    
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You can definitely do a lot better with this cooler.

What TIM did you use? Have you already passed the proper cure time for it?

What fan are you using with the H50?

Does the back of your computer have a grate/covering where you have the H50 mounted?

If your TIM has a cure time(200 hours+- is typical of many) then just waiting for that can improve temps a few C.

The stock fan is really piss poor for the H50 buying two matched fans running around 2000rpm is optimal and can lower your temperature drastically over using just the single stock fan. Even just adding one more fan with the stock fan can decrease temps some.

Cutting out or removing the cover/grate/netting/whatever is covering where you have the H50 radiator and fan mounted can lower the temps even further not to mention that a lot of people complain about a whining noise because of the air passing through. One person a few pages back now just had a finger guard/cover over one of his fans on the inside of his computer and removed it after advice from here and he lowered his temps by 3C.
Alright, I went out and bought a pair of Thermaltake 2000rpm fans to see if it gave me any actual improvement. Their generic, I don't know what model they are, I got them from Radioshack (Almost spelled radiowhack there for a second, that would have been funny).

I went from overheating to the same temps as I had with my air cooler. I was wrong with my first post, I was actually overheating.

I am using ZM-STG1 from Zalman. I also have some arctic silver around if you all think it is better.

Also, my computer is OC'ed to 3.9ghz and it is a 45nm Core 2 Quad, max rated temp is 70C.
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color and very un........sanitary pc setup LOL
Wow ok First of all-Color=Opinion
Second The reason its not organized and with the side panel and all nice and tidey up because ITS NOT DONE YET.
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Alright, I went out and bought a pair of Thermaltake 2000rpm fans to see if it gave me any actual improvement. Their generic, I don't know what model they are, I got them from Radioshack (Almost spelled radiowhack there for a second, that would have been funny).

I went from overheating to the same temps as I had with my air cooler. I was wrong with my first post, I was actually overheating.

I am using ZM-STG1 from Zalman. I also have some arctic silver around if you all think it is better.

Also, my computer is OC'ed to 3.9ghz and it is a 45nm Core 2 Quad, max rated temp is 70C.
Ya if you bought some decent fans then you would have better temps for sure. RadioShaft would have to pay me to take fans from them. They are probably knockoffs knowing them either that or the lowest/cheapest fans they can get marked up 200%.

AS5 is my old standby I don't have any experience with ZM-STG1 from Zalman so no idea on it's cure time or how good it is compared to AS5.
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