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:/ My H50 gives me almost the same times as my S1283 did... Is this normal?
 
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:/ My H50 gives me almost the same times as my S1283 did... Is this normal?
My H50 is only about 1-2*C better than my Dark Knight cooler was using the same fans (push/pull).
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I have tried changing all my fan settings, except for the Corsair fan thats pushing on the Radiator. It there is no change in CPU temps. Some high and some Med, all High, all low, some high others low.

I am not sure how it could be seated improperly, as I was very careful, and followed the Corsair video very closely.

Do you guys think I should replace the Stock TIM with Arctic Silver 5?
The pump isnt tight enough , mine is way tighter than corsair's recomendation if i only tightened it like a little girl a few turns a time my temps would sky rocket through the roof ur water block isnt making 100% contact with your cpu theres no doubt... I used As5 over the factory stuff and its alot better .

Everyones setups and temps are going to differ , depending on how u tightened the pump , what sort of thermal paste ur using n how u applied it ..
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I have a question guys, i got a H70 arriving Wed and i know it always comes with the tim applied already, as you can see i already currently own the H50 but knowing that it comes with the tim and it is spread a bit wide.

Do you think i'd have to wipe of the edges since they are too big and applied too wide to install it or leave it alone? I always weight the decision if i should use Artic Silver 5 on my H70 but i know the Shin is such a good tim. Why do they always spread it too wide? What if it gets on the other parts around by the processor cuz the tim is a bit wide but i dunno how it looks on the H70 compared to the H50?


Advice?
Id be removing the factory pad and applying as5 but thats my personal preference , the block is physically no wider than the h50 so even if u were to use the shin etsu it would be fine aslong as you tighten the pump to the cpu correctly you should see a nice temp difference from the h50 , it wont make a mess dont worry ... What fans do you plan on using ?

Have you thought about lapping your cpu and the waterblock before you install ? maybe try that after so you can tell the temp differences . You will get better temps with a lapped cpu and block ..Thats a reason to buy some as5 also , you can play around with it take off the block etc if your not happy with temps and reapply the paste which u cant do with the shin etsu pad .

Best of luck getting it all in ur 1200 , hope it fits for ya =)
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I ain't lapping a brand new processor dude.. as for the cooler i ain't doing that too either i rather not void my warranty it's new!

I'm using Cooler Master fans and they blow 90CFM

I just only was concerned if the shin was pasted too wide like i seen in the H50 and it got stuff on my counter parts but i wiped them off safely.

I ain't worried and i am sure it will fit, otherwise if it doesn't i can always go intake if i can get the tubes to reach the processor. I'll have to make preparations before i do anything especially getting the right screws cuz i totally don't wanna screw into my rad fins. (Like i did with the H50) and it still works good lol.
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Did you mod that H50? Looks sick with silver tubes.. I like your sleeves on the psu. I wish i can do that too but i cannot afford 400 dollars to pay Frozen.cpu to sleeve every wire of my psu! Nice set up i'm impressed. Is that a cooler master case?

You could have mounted it on the top imo..
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Did you mod that H50? Looks sick with silver tubes.. I like your sleeves on the psu. I wish i can do that too but i cannot afford 400 dollars to pay Frozen.cpu to sleeve every wire of my psu! Nice set up i'm impressed. Is that a cooler master case?

You could have mounted it on the top imo..
The tubes look silver because of the sunlight on them
Yea on the top would work but i'd prefer to have it at the back (looks better lol)

And as for the sleeve, they are just extensions that cost like $5 off ebay

and yes, it is a cooler master case.
here is a pic of it all nice and dirty
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The extension is a brillant idea and i have thought myself to get a pair for the ATX and PCI-E connectors and a few more just to touch it up. I Dislike Black Sleeves.

I could do them myself but i'm too frighten for breaking the ATX connector.

Reason why i said the far top would been better cuz i think heat will rise from your video card and go straight into your rad.. Then again your airflow set up a lil different but if it works fine then cool.
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I ain't lapping a brand new processor dude.. as for the cooler i ain't doing that too either i rather not void my warranty it's new!

I'm using Cooler Master fans and they blow 90CFM

I just only was concerned if the shin was pasted too wide like i seen in the H50 and it got stuff on my counter parts but i wiped them off safely.

I ain't worried and i am sure it will fit, otherwise if it doesn't i can always go intake if i can get the tubes to reach the processor. I'll have to make preparations before i do anything especially getting the right screws cuz i totally don't wanna screw into my rad fins. (Like i did with the H50) and it still works good lol.
Mine was brand new and i did it , if you do it properly theres no way you can damage the cpu unless ur a dumb c**t and sand it upside down lol.. Upto you though , your temps will be better guarenteed .. Something to look at later on ..

i dunno how u screwed into ur radiator ? the screw holes are nowhere near it ..
    
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