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There are very few it may be worth while to create a new thread with a H50 Vs H70 in the title since this is a Very large thread and not every one looks at this since it moves quickly and is usualy full of "how are my temps", "can i over clock XXX to xxx", "what size screws do I need".

So a new thread may get those who have done the swap a "fresh" post to look at. not saying dont post here... but have to say many people get tired of answering the same thing just 2 pages or so back...



thanks anyways...
I think with just a "thicker" radiator if you already have push-pull does not give much of an increase. The big thing with the H70 in all the reviews (as you mentioned and am sure you know) they keep the 1 stock fan on the H50 and use the two stock fans for the H70.

This is just what i am saying nothing concrete i thank you for the response.... like i said i wanna hear from someone that actually did the swap from H50 (push pull) to H70 (push pull) on the rig they are using...... i have started i think 2 threads already with little good results i will try again. I just hope i can find that one person that went from H50 push pull to H70 push pull..... thats why i posted here thinking there were peps that done it here.

EDIT: btw the review you mentioned i look at says that there is a very VERY good performance to go with the H70 with the same upgraded fans

http://epczone.net/reviews/battle-of...air-h50-vs-h70

And because of this site i might keep it and shelve the H50 for future mods....maybe 240rad, clear tubing, and res possibly
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thats why i want to hear from the people that actually use these kits....
I switched from H50 to H70 and was using the same fans on both (2 x AP-15 in push/pull) and only saw 2 - 3c temp drop after the switch and that's about it. My post on this is in this thread somewhere. It's too long to sift through it.
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I switched from H50 to H70 and was using the same fans on both (2 x AP-15 in push/pull) and only saw 2 - 3c temp drop after the switch and that's about it. My post on this is in this thread somewhere. It's too long to sift through it.
Yeah, I don't know why they didn't make it perform better, maybe add a 240 rad or whatever...
On their site they claim that the difference between H50 and H70 is around 15C though...
    
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I'm sure later down the road Corsair may consider a bigger rad or huge phase change for us to try.. 2011 will be full of new stuff going on
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I'm sure later down the road Corsair may consider a bigger rad or huge phase change for us to try.. 2011 will be full of new stuff going on
does anyone know if they are in the works for the new year H90 perhaps if so i will return the 70 and wait..... i would love to see 240 rad on it and keep everything else the same would be a minimum for me.
 
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does anyone know if they are in the works for the new year H90 perhaps if so i will return the 70 and wait..... i would love to see 240 rad on it and keep everything else the same would be a minimum for me.
You could add one yourself?

(Guide) H50 Replace Tubes and Res Mod.
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does anyone know if they are in the works for the new year H90 perhaps if so i will return the 70 and wait..... i would love to see 240 rad on it and keep everything else the same would be a minimum for me.

If your in the market for a water cooling loop with a 240 rad then check out this kit Rasa 240mm From all the reviews I've read it blows the H50/70 out of the water by 8-10C. Its the best bang for the buck kit out and is made up of quality components and all the review's I've read says its great. If you don't mind spending the extra money this one is available too XSPC 360. Either of these kits arent much more than the H70 and perform much better.
Edited by DJ4g63t - 12/31/10 at 7:16pm
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Looks like I'm the newest member of the club! I didn't bother to use the stock H70 fans. I picked up a pair of Yate-Loon SH's and they seem to work VERY well. The BIOS reports they're spinning at 2214 RPM on a splitter cable (the one that came with the H70). I decided to mount the system as intake since I felt this would be the better option for my case (CM Cosmos 1000). I mounted a Silverstone 120mm air filter on the outside of the case in an attempt to minimize dust intake. It does not seem to impede air intake much if at all with the dual Loons in push/pull. Directly above the H70 are 2 Scythe 110 CFM fans pulling air out of the case. At the bottom I have an Ultra Kaze 133 pulling in air. With this setup everything seems very cool and balanced. I run all 3 Scythe fans at 70-80 percent to keep the noise level down. I run the Loons at full speed (~88 CFM). Pretty happy with this setup so far and will probably keep it with my next setup which will most likely be a Sandy Bridge CPU and mobo.
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This is just what i am saying nothing concrete i thank you for the response.... like i said i wanna hear from someone that actually did the swap from H50 (push pull) to H70 (push pull) on the rig they are using...... i have started i think 2 threads already with little good results i will try again. I just hope i can find that one person that went from H50 push pull to H70 push pull..... thats why i posted here thinking there were peps that done it here.

EDIT: btw the review you mentioned i look at says that there is a very VERY good performance to go with the H70 with the same upgraded fans

http://epczone.net/reviews/battle-of...air-h50-vs-h70

And because of this site i might keep it and shelve the H50 for future mods....maybe 240rad, clear tubing, and res possibly
I used to have a H50. So i switched to H70 and i liked it better because of the socket installation was so much easier than the H50. The H50 was too sketchy and wasn't secure imo and besides temps were way friggin better than the H50. Everyone's case and system is different so you get different results. I'm happy with mine.
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I dont know if this has been talked about here since there are so many pages but the h50 is not flat at all. I saw a 6degree drop in temps from lapping the h50 (my cpu is not lapped). Another member saw a 10+ degree temp drop from lapping the h50. I think this should be put in the first post for new members.
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