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Hey guys, i bought a used h50 off another member for $50 shipped. It's coming with a ultra kaze 2000rpm fan, and a medium speed yate loon. Would it be okay to run both of these fans on the rad at once? I know they are both different speed's and one is a 38mm and one is not.

Im planning on having the h50 setup in a rear intake in my lexa s and having the two top fan's exhaust. Would i be best to put the ultra kaze as the push fan and the yate as a pull? Or would it be best to just run the ultra kaze alone as a push?
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Somthing doesn't seem right.

i5 760 @4.0 1.35v (bios) 1.392v (load)

I ran Linx for 10 mins and these are my temps

C0 76
C1 79
C2 73
C3 78

I have the fans sucking air in from the back and the other fan blowing into the case, I have the fans at 100% in fan control and I have the pump at 100%
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seems about right to me, a voltage at 1.35, i'd expect about 70~

i have a real water cooling setup and an i5 750 and i still hit about 70+ at around 4Ghz
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putting the pump in the cpu fan slot seemed to help incread the pump RPM. I also took the restrictors off and the temps went down around 70-73 ish, but they are way to loud to run at that level.

Honestly I am not very impressed, I mean maybe I don't have it seated well enough.

I don't understand how these guys got this http://www.guru3d.com/article/corsair-h70-review/10 and I am sitting here with 80 temps.

I have the fans as intake (taking the air from outside and bringing it in), do they work better the other way?
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Originally Posted by DJ4g63t View Post

Yeah those seem a bit high for a P95 test considering max safe temps for that cpu is 65C. I noticed with the G751 I had to apply a lil bit more of it than I do with other tims to get decent temps. How did you apply the G751?
I did the line method. I applied a line of shin etsu on the cpu then placed h70 on top of it
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I did the line method. I applied a line of shin etsu on the cpu then placed h70 on top of it
Another important factor is making sure you tighten down the pump evenly on the cpu. I like to hold the pump down by hand rather firmly while gradually tightening down the bolts in a X pattern. I also crank mine down so tight that it starts to crush the plastic clips the bolts go through.

In case I haven't ask you already lol what are you ambient temps and hows the airflow in your case? Those 2 can have a big impact on your load temps.

I just noticed your a fellow MASS-hole lol What part of MA?
Edited by DJ4g63t - 12/5/10 at 6:12am
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Has anyone seen this?



http://www.overclock.net/hardware-ne...n-geforce.html

And what are your opinions? I am actually excited about this!
i've seen something similar with the 4870x2 but it also cooled the cpu (65w c2d)
it was just within safe limits, should be okay if it's just 1 gfxcard unless the rad+fan combo is crappy

about the h70:
using it for about a week now and i was hoping to improve temps by using better fans like the ultra kaze, gentle typhoon, and silenx, any tests done about that?
(running an i5 760@4ghz 1.232V) fans connected to a molex adapter and the pump to the power header.
(i now have to boot-up with the cpu fan error everytime -.-)
Edited by jahlive2 - 12/5/10 at 11:48am
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I have the H50 and it performs as good as High end air at idle and on load... however, the downside of the H50/70 is that the longer you're benching, the higher your temps will get because the water inside the kit will not cool off quick enough in that small rad.

I'm going to be selling my H50 and upping to a real water solution to push 4.5ghz on core i7 920
     
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post #15089 of 28378
I got a H70 on the way.. finally.. for my new build soon. Hopefully it'll fit the top rear of my Antec 1200. I'm gonna be more prepared this time instead of using big screws and hitting my rad fins. They still work although and i am using it right now lol. I'm gonna treat the H70 with some TLC this time.
post #15090 of 28378
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Originally Posted by DJ4g63t View Post
Another important factor is making sure you tighten down the pump evenly on the cpu. I like to hold the pump down by hand rather firmly while gradually tightening down the bolts in a X pattern. I also crank mine down so tight that it starts to crush the plastic clips the bolts go through.

In case I haven't ask you already lol what are you ambient temps and hows the airflow in your case? Those 2 can have a big impact on your load temps.

I just noticed you're a fellow MASS-hole lol What part of MA?
I'll try reseating again and actually tighten it tighter this time and see what happens
My ambient is around 18-21. Got plenty off fans 2 in front 2 on the top 2 on the bottom plus the 2 UK3Ks on the radiator
So only logical problem seems to be a bad seat
I currently live in the north end and it sucks. I prefer south of the city much better like dedham, norwood, or foxboro
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