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So when do we H60 people get to join the club?!

We're like family!
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Just post, and keep on posting. The OP isn't updating the front page, but I don't think anyone would imagine H60 owners shouldn't post or anything like that.
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I'm absolutely wanting to buy one of these, they look too cool!

Just one question - H50, 60 or 70? Which one should I go for??
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HOTDOGS;12928525 
Has anybody lapped there H50?

At the top of the tread the is a "Search this Thread". Put in lapped and you will find hundreds of people like me who have lapped their H50.
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Originally Posted by nicolasl46;12928520 
Today I kinda wiggled with the NB heatsink, added a 80mm fan on the side panel, plus I added a second fan to my Corsair H50 (push-pull setup) and temps dropped dramatically. NB temps are now around 70c Load, and 65c Idle (compared at 86 Idle and 96c Load), and my CPU is also running a little cooler, 38c Idle and 46c Load (50c Idle and 64c Load). So I'm Really happy right now.

I would get a case with better air flow then. You need to get that hot air out. pushing in cold air only does so much for you. You can also use that antec spot cool fan to pull hot air off your motherboard.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Antec+-+Spot+Cool+Case+Fan/8013339.p?id=1156203596895&skuId=8013339&cmp=RMX&ref=06&loc=01&ci_src=14110944&ci_sku=8013339
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Added wink.gif Here is my push-pull setup in my new sig rig... I mounted one fan externally on my Corsair 650D. Now I am just waiting on my GT AP-15s to come so I can replace the stock Corsair fans.

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Originally Posted by alancsalt;12928999 
Just post, and keep on posting. The OP isn't updating the front page, but I don't think anyone would imagine H60 owners shouldn't post or anything like that.
How unfortunate...

Mind if I use the sig anyway? biggrin.gif

Oh and for the record, I present mah baby:

bwcorsairh60.png

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Originally Posted by b0ng0;12929052 
I'm absolutely wanting to buy one of these, they look too cool!

Just one question - H50, 60 or 70? Which one should I go for??
Now that the H60 is out, I don't think there's much reason to get the H50 unless you can get a great price on it. H60 is between the 50/70 in terms of performance (and those two were already fairly close) but runs quieter than both according to the reviews.
Edited by Booty Warrior - 3/30/11 at 8:36am
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Originally Posted by crabby654;12928028 
It's times like this where I want to try the stock corsair fan and remove my 2 blademasters frown.gif

I'm quite surprised on how much airflow the stock fan has for being a 1600RPM fan. I put one of my Cooler Master 2000RPM fans I have on there and it didn't have the same amount of airflow as the temps were higer. The blades are extremely sharp too as I nicked my finger a couple times on them before I put a grate over it. The whole setup is also very silent, just a small gurgle I hear every once in a while if I moved my case. If I would add another fan to it to make it push/pull, I wouldn't be able to have RAM as I don't have the room.

If I ever do another rig, either for me or someone else, I'm for sure gonna suggest to them either the H50 or H60.

TigerDirect has dropped the price of the H50 to $49 after $10 rebate.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=5267687&CatId=1871

They still don't have the H60 yet, but NewEgg does, but the price of the H50 is still $10 more w/ the rebate.
post #17069 of 28306
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Originally Posted by b0ng0;12929052 
I'm absolutely wanting to buy one of these, they look too cool!

Just one question - H50, 60 or 70? Which one should I go for??

It really depends on your cooling needs.

I personally wouldn't bother with the H50 now that the H60 is out. The H60 has the same rad as the H50, but with a better pump. The H70 has a rad that is about double the size of the H50/H60, with a pump similar to the H60.

If you're on a tight budget, and/or you are using an older or smaller (2-3 cores) CPU with lower power requirements; then you should do fine with an H60. If you have a higher budget and/or a higher-end CPU (4-6 cores, especially the high end i7 procs which kick out a lot of heat); then you're better off with an H70. Also, keep in mind that the H50/H60 only comes with a single fan, so you'll need to add a second if you want optimal performance.

Whichever one you get, lapping the contact surface is pretty much mandatory (at least with the H50/H70, although the H60 is probably the same); since it is very rough, and typically fairly concave. Upgrading the fans is a good idea as well, especially if noise is an issue. The stock fans are good, but noisy; and there are quite a few higher-performing, lower-noise aftermarket fans available for US$10-$15.
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Still loving my H70! Been folding for about 20 hours now 100% CPU usage and my CPU temp is 41C. Nice and cool! Excellent coolers IMO!
    
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