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yep. they have them at lowes labeled machine screws 6-32 threads
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yep. they have them at lowes labeled machine screws 6-32 threads
Awesome, but for the fan+shroud side, it's gonna need 2.25" length vs the standard 1.25" lenth?
    
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Awesome, but for the fan+shroud side, it's gonna need 2.25" length vs the standard 1.25" lenth?
uhh... its probably 2 1/8" 54mm = 2.125"
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As per my sig i have a 955c3 at 3.95 1.475v-CPU NB 2850 1.475v-Ram 5-5-5-18 2.0v and i can give any other info that makes a difference.
I am now in a CM 690 II Advanced case with the H70 having a pair of Sytche Ultra K 3K's 133cfm fans in a push pull.Intake has a 24mm shroud built from an old 120mm fan and im drawing cool air into the case__yes i know but doing this way dropped load temps 4c__Also both the Corsair and the CPU have been lapped with 1000 grit wet/dri until perfectly flat and have a mirror finish.Used MX3 tim.Also both bridges on the board were removed lapped flat and reinstalled again using MX3.

Im trying to find what kind of load temps others are getting with their H70's and/or H50's.I have worked hard on cable management and setting the case for the best airflow.My room temp is aprox 75f.

I will share my temps as soon as i get a little feedback i want to see if all my efforts to make a simple enclosed WC system has gotten close to some of the WC kits i have read reviews on.Im am using Prime Blend and Max temp.Along with OCCT for a 2 hour run.

Thanks for any input.
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post #15185 of 28303
I am gonna install an H50 in a Silverstone SG05 case, and I'm using an optical drive as well. I hear I can mount the rad if I drill holes to lower it down so it will clear the optical drive. However I'm only able to use one fan so I know I want the air blowing out in an exhaust setup. However, do I want the fan between the H50 and the case wall, or behind the rad closer to the CPU?
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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.
If you have a portable fan, you can try using it to blow air inside to simulate a colder environment (maybe even make it permanent if you can live with the dust and the noise ) im pretty sure core temps will go down.

Dont bother that much about idle temps. Since theyre just like spring weather for the cpu, Intel didnt bother making the DTS accurate for low temperatures, so it can be anything from 30 to 45. Its the stress temps that count.
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I am gonna install an H50 in a Silverstone SG05 case, and I'm using an optical drive as well. I hear I can mount the rad if I drill holes to lower it down so it will clear the optical drive. However I'm only able to use one fan so I know I want the air blowing out in an exhaust setup. However, do I want the fan between the H50 and the case wall, or behind the rad closer to the CPU?
Sandwich the rad between the fan and the case. But even if you cant fit 2 fans and the rad inside the case, youll still benefit from mounting a second fan outside pulling.
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Sandwich the rad between the fan and the case. But even if you cant fit 2 fans and the rad inside the case, youll still benefit from mounting a second fan outside pulling.
I'm pretty sure I can only fit one fan in there, you think I can fit two though? With an optical drive in there? and a 3.5" HDD?
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I'm pretty sure I can only fit one fan in there, you think I can fit two though? With an optical drive in there? and a 3.5" HDD?
Have a and get creative
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This is what happened when I tried to OC my CPU to 3.7GHz. The temps actually climbed higher after the pic was taken.

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