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Thats why you use alcohol after wards to remove the residue.... goo-gone (which can be had any where not just home depot) works much better on the adhesive then alcohol alone.
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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?
I'm going to say no, since they only give about 1/3 of a cm with 25mm fans.

Your local Home Depot or Lowes (or hardware store) should have 2" variants of the screws though, least they do here in the states
    
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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?
No the screws provided are for a 25mm fan not 38.
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post #14404 of 28249
Hrm so my temps appear in line then...

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This little beauty is probably one of the best purchases I've ever made for a computer. Well worth the £50 odd quid I paid for it.
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post #14406 of 28249
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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
Not ignorance... sometimes we dont know, what we dont know

You can check the RPM either via the BIOS or a 3rd part prog like Speedfan.

Alternatively, you can connect the fans straight to the PSU via a molex adapter or via a fan controller.

If you are using mobo headers make sure they are 12v not 5v headers.

This goes for your pump as well.
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Well guys bought an AMD Athlon ii x3 425 for my mom.. and decided to hook up my old H50 on her build - I literally just used the stock corsair fan & MX-3 as thermal paste.. nothing else. Not forgetting to mention the room ambients are around 88F and there is no Air Conditioner on this room.

Well instantly I overclocked the CPU from stock 2.70Ghz to 3.40Ghz still leaving at stock the voltage.... so for fun I did only a 10 minute run of prime95 on blend.. and check out the temps



I'm still not certain if am I reading correctly the temps of the cores.. are my sensors correct? CoreTemp & Everest both report the same temps as HWmonitor
idle 23c / 35c max load

Here is 20 runs of linX "all" button pressed


According to this link at the very bottom: http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K10/AM...5WFGIBOX).html
It says "Maximum operating temperature (°C) ? 55c - 73c"

Well if its correct.. then I'm gonna try to push to 4Ghz even if my mom obviously won't need at all 4ghz.. its just for fun but this time I'm gonna do at least 4 hours of Prime95 blend
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It says "Maximum operating temperature (°C) ? 55c - 73c"
Pretty sure the Athlon II are 55-63c for their listed specifications. For any of my own systems I would never run one that will reach over 55C but I run mine almost 24/7.
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Pretty sure the Athlon II are 55-63c for their listed specifications. For any of my own systems I would never run one that will reach over 55C but I run mine almost 24/7.
I'm still asking the question.. are my temp readings correct or not?

Even if it were 55c.. didn't you see my max load was only 37c according to linX.. I'm extremely far away of the limits

Clarification It is 73c the max
Read here: http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...False&f12=True

You got confused this is not Phenom ii this is Athlon ii

Phenom ii: http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...f10=&f11=&f12=

But like the obvious.. since I own a Phenom ii and I'm so used to using it I'm obviously setting my max to be around 55c
Edited by sendblink23 - 11/5/10 at 3:20am
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Not ignorance... sometimes we dont know, what we dont know

You can check the RPM either via the BIOS or a 3rd part prog like Speedfan.

Alternatively, you can connect the fans straight to the PSU via a molex adapter or via a fan controller.

If you are using mobo headers make sure they are 12v not 5v headers.

This goes for your pump as well.
Thanks for the quick reply. SpeedFan shows
Sys FAN 2220 RPM
CPU0 FAN 1722 RPM
AUX FAN 1395 RPM

I had a bit of a battle installing my H70. LOL I seem to always struggle with these installs and it took me the better part of 2 hours and 4-5 re-seatings of the H70 before I think I got it set properly. I cannot vouch for the state of the thermal paste after that many re-seatings.

Default BIOS settings ran 29 C

Now O/C to 4.2 GHz at 47C idle. Too high?

Thoughts appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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