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Anyone wanna share their H50 temps with a 1055T or 1090T at 4.0?
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Ambient : 25ish
1055t @ 4004 @ 1.45 Intel burn Test cpu socket temp 56
Push and pull on the radiator, Xigamtek 1254 front, R4 at back.

In my picture the cores and volts are much lower because i have enabled C&Q , but at load the volts go up to 1.47
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I've just tried to uninstall my H50 and I cannot get the two adhesive pads off my board!, how do I get these things off without damaging my board?

Edit: Used a hairdyer to heat it up abit and then I put a razor blade through it, it worked but now I have abit of the leftover advesive on my Motherboard, how do I sort this out?
Edited by GameBoy - 11/4/10 at 7:09am
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Excuse my ignorance, but the Corsair guide said to ensure that the fans are getting full power from the motherboard. Where do I check this? In the power section of the BIOS? Set to TURBO? I have a P6TD Deluxe. Thanks
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I think that the included resistors(at least if that's what you used to lower their speed) keeps them at about 1600rpm.

If it's noise you want to keep in check just try to find some Scythe GentleTyphoon AP-15 fans they run at 1850 rpm and are as quiet or quieter than my GTS 250 video card fan at normal idle speeds if the fan speeds up on my video card it is a ton louder.

Sadly all the reputable places I know to buy them are sold out. Something you can do if you have any old 120mm fans is gut them and use them for shrouds particularly on your push fan that will lower the noise some no matter what fans your using. If you have one/both of your fans blowing through a fan guard on your case or attached to the fans themselves that a lot of the time is the cause of undue noise too take them off/cut them out has helped countless people here to eliminate whining and "shuffing" air noise.
Noise isnt really my problem but they are noisy REALLY noisy but thnks i tihnk i will get sum new fans later
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I've just tried to uninstall my H50 and I cannot get the two adhesive pads off my board!, how do I get these things off without damaging my board?

Edit: Used a hairdyer to heat it up abit and then I put a razor blade through it, it worked but now I have abit of the leftover advesive on my Motherboard, how do I sort this out?
Use rubbing Alcohol with q-tip
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I've just tried to uninstall my H50 and I cannot get the two adhesive pads off my board!, how do I get these things off without damaging my board?

Edit: Used a hairdyer to heat it up abit and then I put a razor blade through it, it worked but now I have abit of the leftover advesive on my Motherboard, how do I sort this out?
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I have an H70 coming in the mail due to arrive tomorrow night along with 2 Scythe AP-15's. My question is about set-up. I have seen numerous pictures of people's set-ups. Some people seem to only have the one fan on the inside, with the radiator flush to the case and the fan inside. Other have one fan outside the case, the radiator just inside the case and another fan inside.

Which is best?

Also which is better? pulling cold air from outside the case into the radiator or blowing air from inside the case through the radiator and having another fan outside pulling? I think Corsair said that they preferred the 1st option, but I have heard other say that the latter option is better. Thoughts?

Lastly, Thermal Paste. How is the Corsair Stock thermal paste? Should I use that or go with something else? If something else then what?

Thanks in advance.
Sam
Stock TIM is one of the best out there no need to change it.


Unless you have something venting hot air below where the H70 setup will be then Corsair recommends intake because it will usually gives you a better CPU temp so it makes their product look better but, why would you want to heat up everything else in your case just so one component can be just a few C cooler? You don't. Most everyone here has their H50/H70 if it is setup at the rear of the case as exhaust. Not just because they don't want to heat up everything else having it as intake messes up the thermal design of most modern cases. Most cases now are designed for front intake, side intake and rear exhaust from the back and top(if available) If you switch the rear to intake you mess up the whole design of most cases and heat everything up for just that one component again.

If you have the space and the tubes are long enough I recommend mounting it in the front as intake try to line it up with the rear exhaust fan(s) you get the best cool air intake and the hot air really doesn't get the time to heat anything else up since it should be exhausted right out the back and top of your case.
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Are the screws provided with the H70 for fan mounting of sufficient length to work with a pair of 38mm fans?
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Goo Gone from Home Depot!
I would never use that on my mobo. It does work great for removing adhesive but it leaves an oily residue which I wouldn't want on my mobo.
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