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Oh, it is right. It is calculated FROM distance to tjmax. It is not distance to tjmax itself, but what is left after subtracting it from tjmax. No it is not a "temp diode" anymore.

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More than a few programs have been released over the last few years, each claiming to accurately report these DTS values in real-time. The truth is that none can be fully trusted as the Tjunction values utilized in these transformations may not always be correct. Moreover, Intel representatives have informed us that these as-of-yet unpublished Tjunction values may actually vary from model to model - sometimes even between different steppings - and that the temperature response curves may not be entirely accurate across the whole reporting range. Since all of today's monitoring programs have come to incorrectly assume that Tjunction values are a function of the processor family/stepping only, we have no choice but to call everything we thought we had come to know into question. Until Intel decides to publish these values on a per-model basis, the best these DTS readings can do for us is give a relative indication of each core's remaining thermal margin, whatever that may be.
(Anand) Intel Core Temperature Explained
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Oh, it is right. It is calculated FROM distance to tjmax. It is not distance to tjmax itself, but what is left after subtracting it from tjmax. No it is not a "temp diode" anymore.



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I might of drunk a bit much coffee there, but went through that learning when I first got my E8500 in 2008 and none of the temp progs quite agreed......
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I might of drunk a bit much coffee there, but went through that learning when I first got my E8500 in 2008 and none of the temp progs quite agreed......
Lol. Thats when I bought my E8500 as well. I was told here on OCN that they used a temp diode/sensor right on the cores to accurately display core temps. I never had a good reason to doubt it and research it myself. Figures
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Just installed the H70.
Was using a Tuniq Tower 120.
The TT was dusty but even with a Delta FFB1212EH it couldnt come close to the performance of the H70.

Happy all in one liquid cooling solutions have come of age.
I had a not very nice experience with the crappy CoolIT Domino lol.

I have the H70 exhausting out the back of the case.
For the Antec 1200 I think a better solution would be to have both rear 120mm as intakes and turn up the RPM on the 240mm exhaust on the top but I smoke too much and have problems with dust in my PC as it is,in the Summer I may buy filters for the rear 120mm fans if temps start to go up.

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Edited by Krlll - 12/1/10 at 9:39am
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I been looking at some LED fans for another H50 for a friends computer I was looking at some Yate Loons and was going to get them from Performance PCS I noticed something odd and don't know the difference between them though wondered if someone here might though.

Besides the price the only difference is see is one is model D12SM-124B and the other is D12SM-124UB.

Might have found the difference now that I looked at the pictures but still want to know for sure the specifications look exactly the same still. It looks like the 124B is clear and the 124UB is "clear" blue.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27142

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22036
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I been looking at some LED fans for another H50 for a friends computer I was looking at some Yate Loons and was going to get them from Performance PCS I noticed something odd and don't know the difference between them though wondered if someone here might though.

Besides the price the only difference is see is one is model D12SM-124B and the other is D12SM-124UB.

Might have found the difference now that I looked at the pictures but still want to know for sure the specifications look exactly the same still. It looks like the 124B is clear and the 124UB is "clear" blue.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27142

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22036
Looks to me like one is UV reactive and the other is not. I have coolermaster R4's with green led's and they seem to perform pretty well on my H50. I even use a couple for case fans too. They look pretty nice with the black frame instead of clear but thats just personal preference.

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I been looking at some LED fans for another H50 for a friends computer I was looking at some Yate Loons and was going to get them from Performance PCS I noticed something odd and don't know the difference between them though wondered if someone here might though.

Besides the price the only difference is see is one is model D12SM-124B and the other is D12SM-124UB.

Might have found the difference now that I looked at the pictures but still want to know for sure the specifications look exactly the same still. It looks like the 124B is clear and the 124UB is "clear" blue.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27142

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22036
The D12SM-124UB is uv reactive. The 124B is just led. I have 5 D12SH-12UB fans in my corsair 800d. All uv reactive blue led fans. They are good cheap fans.
 
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Just installed the H70.
Was using a Tuniq Tower 120.
The TT was dusty but even with a Delta FFB1212EH it couldnt come close to the performance of the H70.

Happy all in one liquid cooling solutions have come of age.
I had a not very nice experience with the crappy CoolIT Domino lol.

I have the H70 exhausting out the back of the case.
For the Antec 1200 I think a better solution would be to have both rear 120mm as intakes and turn up the RPM on the 240mm exhaust on the top but I smoke too much and have problems with dust in my PC as it is,in the Summer I may buy filters for the rear 120mm fans if temps start to go up.

Prime95 100% for 1 hour,all cores 1.375v 4Ghz 60c.Ambient 21c

Haha sounds abit like me , i smoke too much also right next to my pc and due to that dust is a major problem in this room . Nice setup though man 60c at 4Ghz is nice =) i got the same case as u also and my rad is in the same place too !! antec 1200 and ciggarettes ftw

Theres a fella on here that has a 1200 , he cant get his h50 mounted uptop n he was wondering about the h70 . Did the rad bolt up nicely to the holes ? it did for me but some people are having issues putting these on the top rear exhaust fan . Im assuming antec revised the case for these new watercooling systems in 2009/2010 anyone that owned one prior to this will probably not be able to fit it ? just guessing ..

I love the h70 rad its twice as thick as the h50 , should of got one of those hmmm

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It was tight enough but not too difficult.
I have owned this 1200 since before 2009 as far as I remember so it should be fine.
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