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well don't re-seat it.. stay with your extremely way high temps
We are experienced users with or have had an H50... don't forget we use similar chips... and are simply trying to help you out.. if you don't want to take our suggestions as Help for improvement... so be it
I'll take a closer look at how its seated when I wake up tomorrow.

I will admit, though I believe it has a solid and reliable seating, a first time mounting is not always the perfect mounting; and I have not done anything with it since I first installed it back in April.

I will admit, now that i think about it, I was a little hasty in my mounting effort, and the stock TIM was probably smeared about due to the manner of how the pump has to be "twisted" into its locking bracket on the mount.

Back then, when I installed it, I came here seeking advice on its mounting and I was told that the stock TIM was pretty good and I wouldn't need to clean it off; and I was told that a little smearing from the twisting of the pump while locking it into its bracket, was "ok"...

Though, I am curious now as to what the current, general opinion is on the stock TIM that comes pre-applied on this pump?

Is it still sufficient for this type of overclocking, or should I clean it off and reply something better?
     
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Shin Etsu is quite good quality.

The thing is to make sure the cooling block is centred under the clamping ring, each raised bit of the heatsink under a notch in the ring, and then doing it up evenly - not doing one screw right up, then another, etc, but doing each one up a little bit at a time until all screws are seated.
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there's a deluxe with one, and that has the same "condensator", so i'd guess it fits:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post10630013
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Hey guys just bought the h70 , I have the obsidian 800D case as well, I plan on replacing the fans for the h70 with these...http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/pa12hisp.html What do you think? I plan on hooking them up to a fan controller obviously, and then using the fans which came with the h70 as exhaust fans elsewhere in the case
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Hey guys just bought the h70 , I have the obsidian 800D case as well, I plan on replacing the fans for the h70 with these...http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/pa12hisp.html What do you think? I plan on hooking them up to a fan controller obviously, and then using the fans which came with the h70 as exhaust fans elsewhere in the case
Panflos are great fans, can be a little loud especially when you put 2 together in a push/pull (I had a pair strapped to my Megahalems on another rig). I would suggest something like GentleTyphoon AP-15 if you can find them.

Anyway, welcome to the club.
Edited by reaper~ - 10/17/10 at 8:40am
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I have read about the typhoons everyone mentions them but do they really add to the performance of the h70 or just make less noise?
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^ Both. I believe the GT's CFMs are higher than those 2 stock fans that come with the H70, not to mention that it's also a lot quieter.
Edited by reaper~ - 10/17/10 at 8:41am
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Other posts I have read scattered across the internet indicate they perform about the same but less noise. I think ill still stick with panaflo on a controller
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3.9ghz.
FSB @ 205 + Multi @ x19.0
Vcore @1.5v
CPU/NB @ 2468mhz with CPU/NB Voltage on "Auto" (testing this at higher speeds with more voltage results in bluescreens)
Do you know exactly what voltage the Auto setting is? What voltage are you setting it at when you do it manually? I can get 2.4Ghz NB stable with at least 1.30V.

I've read Auto voltage for CPU at least is quite liberal with the voltage. You could probably do better by manually setting it and testing different combinations.

I'm running a C2 B50 at 3.7Ghz @1.45V at 57C under Linpack, which everyone can agree here is harder than P95. I can't see if i were to run 1.5V my temps would rise 10C.

edit: but you have an entirely different mobo, so tolerances could be different.
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Do you know exactly what voltage the Auto setting is? What voltage are you setting it at when you do it manually? I can get 2.4Ghz NB stable with at least 1.30V.

I've read Auto voltage for CPU at least is quite liberal with the voltage. You could probably do better by manually setting it and testing different combinations.
For my CPU/NB Voltage, I do not know what the AUTO is setting it at, my Motherboard BIOS does not list the 'current' voltage, it only lists the previous voltage that the system was previously running on before it booted.

CPUz does not list CPU/NB voltage, and I can't find it listed in Everest Ultimate. I have the Asus Turbo EVO software installed (which I never use) and it shows the CPU/NB at 1.35...

At present, when I reboot and look in the BIOS, is also lists that it was previously running on 1.350.

HOWEVER, if I, manually, go and type in and enter into the BIOS, any voltage in the range of 1.250 - 1.350; then all I get are bluescreens during the Windows boot process, and never even get to the Login. It just, bluescreens, and reboots the computer.

When I manually enter 1.350 then my Bios reports that this in the "red" and therefore is considered unsafe. Any voltage above 1.3, and my BIOS reports it is an unsafe voltage; however granted, what is and is not "unsafe" in the world of voltages is sort of open for individual interpretation, based on hardware...

ALSO.

I was mistaken about my Radiator Fans, they ARE currently running as Intake from the back, and venting out the top of the case, via the stock 140mm fan that is currently mounted there as exhaust. The interior R4 on the radiator, is directly under that top exhaust fan.

I may need to get a better fan mounted on the top as the exhaust fan. At present I am using the stock 140mm fan that came with my case and, when putting my hand over it, can't really feel a thing.

I also have a pair of R4's mounted on the side panel, blowing as intake. One of them, is blowing onto and into my video card which gets some awesome temps. I have a pic posted here somewhere of my 5850 running 950 Core on 1175 Mem clock with its fan I think only on 65% speed; running Furmark for half an hour and its temp never passes 64c.

The second side mounted R4, is near the CPU/Radiator area, and is helping to push the vented radiator air out through the top.

Lastly, I have the stock Case Fan which is mounted on the bottom front of the case. This fan is working as an Intake, also blowing air towards the video card.

At present, the system is sitting idle next to me, while I post on the adjacent system that I'm on now.

The H50 system is sitting idle, nothing open or running except for...

1. Asus PC Probe II which reports the CPU Temp to be idling at 38c.
2. Core Temp, which reports that the CPU Temp to be idling at 40c.

Under load, these two programs report temps that are 6 - 8 degrees different from each other.
     
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