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See how he put it straight/flat on that's why he got all the air bubbles.

If you pre-spread you put it on starting on one edge and push on towards the opposite edge. Little hard to do with the H50 but I can show repeated results with any heatsink with TIM pre-spread and no air bubbles.

On top of that I said specifically AS Ceramique because it is thicker than all most TIM's and especially whatever was used in that video.
Laying it down from one side to the other would indeed prevent air bubbles but I would think the spread is then pushed farther on one side than the other and if you have spread it all over the cpu already its going to come off in excess no?

And to whoever asked about tim application I did the dot method with my lapped h50 with ic7 and ppl say that stuff is super hard to spread yet I get the best temps with the dot method so yea.
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Laying it down from one side to the other would indeed prevent air bubbles but I would think the spread is then pushed farther on one side than the other and if you have spread it all over the cpu already its going to come off in excess no?
It is such a thin spread if done properly no it should not move to one side. Even if you did have a little too much and the excess come off the side you laid down last with Ceramique it wouldn't matter it is non conductive other than the little bit of mess it wouldn't make one bit of difference.

I used spread method with my H50 and AS5 I have awesome temps after the cure time and working to find the best setup.

I recommend Ceramique to anyone that is leery about using TIM because of it being non conductive.
Edited by Carfanatic - 1/20/11 at 1:48pm
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man...i haven't been in this thread in a while. just got another h50 after selling mine over 8 months ago!
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For those of your guys using 25mm fan shrouds, what kind of screws (length, thread) are you guys using? I want to add a shroud to my GT AP-15.
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For those of your guys using 25mm fan shrouds, what kind of screws (length, thread) are you guys using? I want to add a shroud to my GT AP-15.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=H50-1+screw+spe...tions%E2%80%8E
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+1.25+in...25mm+in+inches
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Hey I just replaced my Arctic Cooler Freezer 7 with an H50 about 2 hours ago and I've noticed no difference in temps. I've got 2 Yate-Loon's running in a push/pull config but I hit 68* about 1 minute into an IBT run. Does the stock paste need time to cure? Or do you have any other thoughts about why my temps are so bad?
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Hey I just replaced my Arctic Cooler Freezer 7 with an H50 about 2 hours ago and I've noticed no difference in temps. I've got 2 Yate-Loon's running in a push/pull config but I hit 68* about 1 minute into an IBT run. Does the stock paste need time to cure? Or do you have any other thoughts about why my temps are so bad?
What are your ambient temps, what two yate loon fans are you running?

Make sure the pump locked into the retaining ring when you mounted it and make sure it is as tight as you can get it without of course stripping out the cheap back bracket.

The stock TIM is a zero time rated cure time basically you need one full temp heat up and then a full cool down to ambient temp and it is cured.
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So I finally got around to sleeving my Yate loon high speed fans and I put one on my HR03 GT gpu cooler and one on the top as an exhaust. My biggest gripe about turning my H50 into an intake was my gpu temps went up 8-10C while gaming.

This is an OCCT Gpu stress test with the H50 as intake and a CM R4 on the gpu cooler and top exhaust. It only took about 4 minutes for the gpu to hit 70C and hovered around there for another 10 minutes.


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This is the same OCCT gpu stress test with the Yate high speed fans on the gpu and top exhaust. Both test ambient temps were 21C. I ran this test for 15 minutes and my temps are 4-5C cooler with the Yates


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So far I'm very happy with the Yates. They flow a lot of air have good static pressure and are still fairly quiet. My next step will probly be to put my other 2 Yates on my H50 and go back to exhausting it. As usual if I do will have some before and after screenies.
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What are your ambient temps, what two yate loon fans are you running?
The ambient is 20* and I've got 2 D14SM-12 Yate-Loons, 1400 rpm 62 cfm. I'll try tightening the screws a bit more.

EDIT:

The screws were wayyyyy too loose. After tightening them temps peaked at 55* under IBT! Wooo! That's a 14* difference between the H50 and the AC7 Pro! Would I have hurt the performance of the paste in any way by not having the pump tight enough?
Edited by ned99 - 1/20/11 at 4:07pm
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Would I have hurt the performance of the paste in any way by not having the pump tight enough?

If was so loose it could move around freely it could have but if not that loose then I wouldn't worry.

The D14SM-12 Yate loon is a 140mm fan you using adapters?

# Model: D14SM-12
# Air Flow: 62 CFM
# Fan Speed: 1400 RPM
# Noise Level: 29 dBA
# Power: 2.0 watt
# Fan Size: 140x140x25 MM
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