Originally Posted by Xristo;11700940
If you think so , im not giving false hope to nobody
the h50 is a good cooler and is very capable , depending on the environment , fans , thermal paste and it just has the advantage of being able to suck air in from outside the case instead of warm air floating in the case . The h50 ****s on any aircooler i know if , if you think otherwise .. good for you , go back to aircooling if its so great :s
None of these custom watercooling setups have temps like i do , if they do its roughly the same and not worth $400+ to go custom water if the h50 can do the same lets put it that way .
Those threads are moot especially this one Linx HT on
where he is running linx with HT on. You can't compare your temps to his cause your using 2 totally different stress test and his ambients are 5C warmer than yours. I'd love to see you run LinX at 4.2GHz with HT on. Im sure your temps would be much different than wprime or P95 especially with HT on.
As for air coolers the dam graph YOU posted earlier in this thread has 5 air coolers on it that beat the H50. Pay attention before you go shooting off at the mouth or err keyboard lol.
Originally Posted by kidaquarius;11701233
I'm not looking for miracles once I go to an H50.
Hopefully it can keep load temps under 80C @ 4.2GHz with my i7.
I'm using Intel Burn-In Test and Prime95 for stress testing.
Right now with the V8, load temps are approximately 88C on all cores (update from my previous post; I tested things again last night and temps were much higher then I estimated before).
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Is that 88C load temps using Intel Burn Test? That program heats up a cpu like no body's business. What are your P95 load temps. The H50 is a better cooler than the V8 especially in the right hands lol. Seriously though you should see a decent drop in temps with the H50. I would think in the ballpark of 3-5C if you push/pull with some decent fans maybe even more.Edited by DJ4g63t - 12/19/10 at 7:07am