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CPU Load was 53*C (highest 55), and was wondering if this is too high?

I am questioning if my fans are good, or if the H50 is seated bad.

275x14 = 3.850Ghz @ 1.450v

965 C3
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CPU Load was 53*C (highest 55), and was wondering if this is too high?

I am questioning if my fans are good, or if the H50 is seated bad.

275x14 = 3.850Ghz @ 1.450v

965 C3

Looks fine to me. The H50 is a good cooler when compared to air coolers. You shouldn't expect the same performance from a real water cooling setup.
    
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The Corsair H50 Accessory Permalink.

Please PM me with links so we can add more accessories


Here you go H50 owners. I have decided to gather some H50 accessories so it could be added to the front page of our club, and added to from there. So shopping for the H50 could be made easy. Like I said if you find a accessory please PM me with links so we can add more to the list.









Shrouds





Wire Grills




Drive Bay Coolers (5.25")



1/2" Anti-kink Coils 1



Fan Controller Panels 1



Fan Screws 1 2 3

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More info on Asetek coolers:

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Asetek makes the H50. Asetek also makes there own brand coolers. There is the Asetek LCLC and the Asetek LCLC 240MM Radiator. From what I understand the H50 has water inside them and the Asetek brand has a some sort of a liquid cooling fluid. Check some other Asetek coolers, NorthQ, Maingear, Alienware, HP, and others. Again Corasir doesn't even make the H50, Asetek does. The engineers who make the H50 recommend the their unit to be in exhaust, for good reason to. I say listen to a trained engineer, not a untrained benchmarker at Corsair. The intake vs exhaust is more based on your GFX card and Case. Corsair recommends intake, but Asetek the company who actually makes the H50 recommends exhaust. Like I said it really has to do with your GFX card and case. If you have a GFX with an air handler that blows hot air out the rear of your case. Its a good idea to have the H50 in exhaust. If you have a Vapor-X type of GFX card with no air handler, its better to be intake. Also do you have a place for that hot air to go once its in your PC case. For the guys who have an air handlers on their GFX cards and their H50s in intake, need to be warned. Do to the season and AC'd rooms, hot air from your GFX card is mixing with the cool air inside the radiator of the H50. This mixing creates condensation. That condensation is moisture that is now being blowing into your PC. But don't pay me no mind, feel free to try any way you like, and post about it. That's what this site is here for.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlFG6T_68e8

"Asetek’s factory sealed liquid cooling system is specifically designed to exhaust CPU heat directly outside of the chassis." - Asetek

Edited by Pings - 7/27/10 at 10:08am
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Here you go Killhouse and H50 owners. I have decided to gather some H50 accessories so hopefully if be added to the front page of out club, and added to from there. So shopping for the H50 could be made easy.



TFC Xtender 120mm Radiator Shroud - Dual Blue LED



TFC Xtender 120mm Radiator Shroud - Dual Green LED



TFC Xtender 120mm Radiator Shroud - Dual Red LED




Coolingworks Mini-CoolShroud for 120mm Fans- UV Blue





Coolingworks Mini-CoolShroud for 120mm Fans- Black




Tecnofront AirBox 120 Plexi




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Great job, +rep
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Ok guys I'm going to order a reservoir! what should i get under 30$? I was thinking that mini swiftec one but, I kinda want something unique.
I've got the little Swiftech coming.

Have a look around here: Performance Pcs.

The problem im finding is that because the H50 pump unit is high up in my case i cant use a big res like the EK one's.

I belive the rule is that the Res should be the highest unit in the loop, so all air floats up into the Res. Also the pump should be at the bottom of the loop, so it always has water around it and doesnt burn out.

Just some thoughts.
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Here you go Killhouse and H50 owners. I have decided to gather some H50 accessories so hopefully it could be added to the front page of our club, and added to from there. So shopping for the H50 could be made easy.
Sweet... nice one!
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My H50 was making gurgling noises off and on I believe it was air traveling thru it. I had it mounted with the hoses coming out the bottom and just out of curiousity I remounted the rad with the hoses coming out the top. I no longer hear the noises I thought this rad could be mounted any direction could someone please explain why the difference?
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My H50 was making gurgling noises off and on I believe it was air traveling thru it. I had it mounted with the hoses coming out the bottom and just out of curiousity I remounted the rad with the hoses coming out the top. I no longer hear the noises I thought this rad could be mounted any direction could someone please explain why the difference?
Thats because there is air in the system. If you leave it for like 2-3 minutes, it should quite down.
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My H50 was making gurgling noises off and on I believe it was air traveling thru it. I had it mounted with the hoses coming out the bottom and just out of curiousity I remounted the rad with the hoses coming out the top. I no longer hear the noises I thought this rad could be mounted any direction could someone please explain why the difference?
The first time i started my un-modified H50 It did that gargling sound for about 3 seconds. Now that i have it modded it does it whenever it starts up. All it is, is some air going thru the pump and filtering out. Nothing to worry about.
    
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The first time i started my un-modified H50 It did that gargling sound for about 3 seconds. Now that i have it modded it does it whenever it starts up. All it is, is some air going thru the pump and filtering out. Nothing to worry about.
Indeed, nothing to worry about. You'll notice it more on startup particularly if your pump/waterblock is mounted above your radiator. Since the air rises into the pump while the rig is off. I don't get this any more since my radiator is higher up than the pump - any air in the system tends to settle in there.
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