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Sick of noise?

Get this..

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g33/...Silencing.html

Good thing i don't have to worry because i wear a hearing aid lol.
post #15832 of 28252
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Originally Posted by Magus2727 View Post
The H50 stock fan is the same as the H70.. the H70 just comes with two.
Wrong the H50 stock fan has a max of 1700rpm the H70 is 1600rpm or 2000rpm depending if you use the included resistors or not.
Edited by Carfanatic - 1/4/11 at 10:11am
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post #15833 of 28252
The H70 shed 10C off idle temp and 10C off load temp, when using my delta fan as push fan, and UK3K as pull fan. As compared to using the Ultra 120 heatsink, I have been able to raise my OC from 3.84Ghz to 3.9Ghz on my Phenom 955.

I notice that even on the lowest fan speed, the temperature does not change much, which suggest the weak link in heat transfer is neither the radiator nor the fans.
It says,Im HOT!
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post #15834 of 28252
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Wrong the H50 stock fan has a max of 1700rpm the H70 is 1600rpm or 2000rpm depending if you use the included resistors or not.
Humm.... I thought I read some where that they where the same fan (same fan manufacture and design). a difference of 300 RPM I dont think would be to much of a difference between fans when there is almost that mush tolerance between builds of the exact same fan...



Lapping is using sand paper or some other abrasive medium to obtain a true smooth surface of the copper heat plate. Due to manufacture process it would add large costs to obtain this level of "flatness" if it was to be done by the manufacture. Instead the make as flat as ecenomical and if you are not satisfied you are required to make it flatter. Usualy you start out with 800 grit, move up to 1200, and end on 1500 or higher. This will ensure a true flat surface to mount on the CPU. Some do the CPU also doing the same thing, and for the same reasons. However Unlike a CPU when you Lap it it voids the warranty, Corsair will still hold its warranty 100% on a lapped H50/70.
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Sick of noise?

Get this..

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l2/g33/...Silencing.html

Good thing i don't have to worry because i wear a hearing aid lol.
I actually had some dynamat lying around my basement from back when I was a car audio nut. I uses a few pieces on the big area's of my case and some near the fans and all the annoying rattles and hums the fan's/case used to make are gone Now when the fan's are all on high all you hear is the air moving nothing else.
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post #15836 of 28252
I installed a H50 and reduced all temps by 10C vs my old Zalman. Im currently using the stock fan for pull and a Cooler Master R4 for push. I just ordered another R4 and will replace the stock fan.




Lowes doesnt have the 6-32 x 1-1/4, black, stainless steel screws. I got a 10 pack of zinc with nuts. As for the washers, do I get the #6? They have a 5 pack SS, but not black. Im going to check McMaster-Carr.
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Humm.... I thought I read some where that they where the same fan (same fan manufacture and design). a difference of 300 RPM I dont think would be to much of a difference between fans when there is almost that mush tolerance between builds of the exact same fan...
They have to be designed differently too.

Stock H50 fan 1700rpm 50cfm 29.75dBA
Stock H70 fan 1600rpm 50.35cfm 26dBA
Stock H70 fan 2000rpm 61.2cfm 31.5dBA

Without some kind of design change in the fan you can't lower fan speed by 100rpm and maintain the same(or slightly more)cfm.
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They have to be designed differently too.

Stock H50 fan 1700rpm 50cfm 29.75dBA
Stock H70 fan 1600rpm 50.35cfm 26dBA
Stock H70 fan 2000rpm 61.2cfm 31.5dBA

Without some kind of design change in the fan you can't lower fan speed by 100rpm and maintain the same(or slightly more)cfm.
Thanks for the stats! Know how the static pressure differes between them?
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Sorry for the noob question.. but whats lapping? Lol
lapping is
    
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H70 FTW





    
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