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-->push-->shroud-->rad-->pull ^exhaust

Blowing cool air onto my 5850 and kingston ram



Notice my thermometer =D i also switched around the bottom rear exhaust fan so the h50 wont be sucking up the warm air it dumps . No warm air dumps at the rear besides the PSU at the bottom which stays pretty cool anyhow


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Does anyone think my hoses are too bent ??

No the hoses are fine. PLEASE tell me how did you managed to get your whole side panel to fit ?! i only got a top gap open because the rad is too thick or maybe the screws aren't lined up. Man i'm so mad and i don't understand how or why you can fit the rad there. Maybe i should change to smaller fans so it fits?

Unless you are the same as mine.. top has a little gap and i only can screw the bottom. You know that case has holes for cable management? It's easy.
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everything fits perfectly ? the side panel fits on like its supposed to with both screws in .I dunno whats stopping you man .. If you upped some pics we might be able to work out something ?

my cable mangament is alright , the psu i have is not designed for this case and the motherboard power wire is extremely short and i have to literally stretch it to fit .. Until i get a modular psu its fine . But i dont even need one really .. Can u buy extensions for the 24pin
    
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Hi, i have a problem with my H50, my idle temp is 47C, i have tried to re-seat it like 10 times or so and get the same result, my ambients are ~30C and is in Push>Shroud>Rad>Pull set up with 2 GT AP15, pump and fans are @ max and i have been using Shin-etsu for the TIM, any good tips on how to instal or apply TIM are appreciated.
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Hi, i have a problem with my H50, my idle temp is 47C, i have tried to re-seat it like 10 times or so and get the same result, my ambients are ~30C and is in Push>Shroud>Rad>Pull set up with 2 GT AP15, pump and fans are @ max and i have been using Shin-etsu for the TIM, any good tips on how to instal or apply TIM are appreciated.
I don't use Intel anymore but from the many posts on this thread from Intel users that looks pretty normal to me. With an ambient of 30C that's very warm to begin with so I wouldn't think that 47C is very warm. Even with a full water loop you are at the mercy of your ambient temps.

Have to consider in the end also that idle temps really don't matter at all. Download and use a program like Prime95 and check your full load temps before you ever worry about idle temps. If your idle temp was near max temp then I would worry but not like you are even close. If I remember right the absolute max you want to run an I7 at is 100C so if you can stay around 80C at max load that should be a good stable 24/7 setup.
Edited by Carfanatic - 12/8/10 at 10:38pm
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Hi, i have a problem with my H50, my idle temp is 47C, i have tried to re-seat it like 10 times or so and get the same result, my ambients are ~30C and is in Push>Shroud>Rad>Pull set up with 2 GT AP15, pump and fans are @ max and i have been using Shin-etsu for the TIM, any good tips on how to instal or apply TIM are appreciated.
What speed is this at ? stock settings or overclocked . High either way ...30c ambients wont help , on a cool day you should idle in the high 30's . Okay if your overclocked but under stock conditions the temps should be heaps lower.
    
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Judging from the pictures it does look like MAYBE the fans in my case are making it too big to fit everything? I'll have to do some pictures tomorrow and maybe you can help me why or what's going on. Thanks!
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I don't use Intel anymore but from the many posts on this thread from Intel users that looks pretty normal to me. With an ambient of 30C that's very warm to begin with so I wouldn't think that 47C is very warm. Even with a full water loop you are at the mercy of your ambient temps.

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Well stock during Prime95 i get 75 on 1 core and low 70's on the others, while overclocked @4ghz with 1.21v i get 83 on the hottest core and 79-80 on the others.
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Well stock during Prime95 i get 75 on 1 core and low 70's on the others, while overclocked @4ghz with 1.21v i get 83 on the hottest core and 79-80 on the others.
When you factor in your ambient those seem like reasonable temps still to me at least. If you take off 8C(if you had normal 22C ambient) 62-75C seem about right to me.
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So I was wondering what size screws I should get for the push/shroud side with a Push>Shroud>Rad>Pull setup? It's 6/32" x 1 & 1/4" screws for the stock screws, if I've researched correctly. So if I add a 25mm shroud, it should just be an addition inch, so the size I'm looking for is 6/32" x 2 & 1/4" right?

Also I'll be putting it in the top rear of my Antec 902 as an intake, since the rear of my pc is right next to my window, meaning direct cold winter air will be coming into the radiator and hot air will be exhausting out the top 200mm fan. I'm planning to use two of my Yate Loon High Speeds as the push/pull fans, so is it possible to move that rear tri-cool fan onto my side panel fan slot?
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When you factor in your ambient those seem like reasonable temps still to me at least. If you take off 8C(if you had normal 22C ambient) 62-75C seem about right to me.
Maybe you are right but i want to try some more to see if i can get a bit lower temps, maybe im doing something wrong whean seating it or applying TIM , just want to try, if not im thinking in going with a RASA kit since i want to get at least high 70's @4.2 or 4.3 ghz(with HT enabled) and i know the chip is ca[pable is the temps that are holding me back.
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