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For those of you that are using the stock Corsair fan and a fan you had laying around for P/P on your 50, I highly suggest you swap out your fans for some aftermarket ones. I just dropped my idle temps down!

I use to idle around 38-40, now I am idling from 30-35! I am going to put them under load either today or tomorrow.

I went with some CM Syckle Flow fans, and they so far, are doing beyond my expectations!

Here is a link from Newegg about them. Although I ordered Blue ones off the official CM store. So same thing, just different color LEDs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103091
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Added my fans to the list, as well as my setup info. Revisions to the pics would be some softer Green LED strips, and a fan controller in the front. Dremel soon to mod the door.
    
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For those of you that are using the stock Corsair fan and a fan you had laying around for P/P on your 50, I highly suggest you swap out your fans for some aftermarket ones. I just dropped my idle temps down!

I use to idle around 38-40, now I am idling from 30-35! I am going to put them under load either today or tomorrow.

I went with some CM Syckle Flow fans, and they so far, are doing beyond my expectations!

Here is a link from Newegg about them. Although I ordered Blue ones off the official CM store. So same thing, just different color LEDs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103091
I would go for the other R4's, These: R4-L2R-20CG-GP

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103062

2000 RPM, 90 CFM, 19 dBa

Got mine from amazon, grab some spares if you want extra, they will be hard to find from now on. Use CM's website to find the PNs for other colors.
    
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Add me to the list, please.

Just picked up a H50 today for $56 at Best Buy. Installed in a push-pull config exausting out the rear vent on my Phantom case, just using the stock case fan and the stock h50 fan for now. Have been waiting to pick up a cooler before overclocking my rig, but now that i have it installed i've got a question. Using RealTemp 3.60 to check my core temp, the core's are sitting between 29 and 35 deg. C. at idle. Running Prime95 for almost an hour my max temps were all 65 deg.

Just wondering if those temps seem like a decent baseline for my setup at stock. Any feedback would be awesome.
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For those of you that are using the stock Corsair fan and a fan you had laying around for P/P on your 50, I highly suggest you swap out your fans for some aftermarket ones. I just dropped my idle temps down!

I use to idle around 38-40, now I am idling from 30-35! I am going to put them under load either today or tomorrow.

I went with some CM Syckle Flow fans, and they so far, are doing beyond my expectations!

Here is a link from Newegg about them. Although I ordered Blue ones off the official CM store. So same thing, just different color LEDs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103091
I would get Yate Loon Mediums which are a better grade than the stock Yate Loon that comes with the system. You can get them from Koolertek, Performance-pcs, Sidewinder... pretty much anybody for ~$4 each so you won't be out a lot of money should you decide that the Hydro series isn't your cup o team.

However if people would take the time to run through the thread some(at least the last 10 to 15 pages) it's been said time and again to go with a pair of fans over the stock fan from the H50. But it's always good to keep it fresh in the thread.

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I would get Yate Loon Mediums which are a better grade than the stock Yate Loon that comes with the system. You can get them from Koolertek, Performance-pcs, Sidewinder... pretty much anybody for ~$4 each so you won't be out a lot of money should you decide that the Hydro series isn't your cup o team.

However if people would take the time to run through the thread some(at least the last 10 to 15 pages) it's been said time and again to go with a pair of fans over the stock fan from the H50. But it's always good to keep it fresh in the thread
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I already knew that. But ofc I had to wait for the fans to actually get here

But this thread is HUGE, so its good to keep info flowing through out
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Here is what I have:

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Added my fans to the list, as well as my setup info. Revisions to the pics would be some softer Green LED strips, and a fan controller in the front. Dremel soon to mod the door.
Hey man go to the black header bar at the top of the page, click on "User CP" and then enter your system stats in the appropriate side bar link..."New System"... it's above "Edit System". This way if you ever have any issues we can better assist you. Thanks.

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So is the noise that I'm getting from the fans or the pump? My PC sounds like a small vacuum now. I have a NH-14 that I am keeping in case I have issues with the H70. If the fans are the problem, would replacing the Corsair fans with the ones that come with the Noctua make a difference or do I have to go with something like Gentle Typhoons?
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So is the noise that I'm getting from the fans or the pump? My PC sounds like a small vacuum now. I have a NH-14 that I am keeping in case I have issues with the H70. If the fans are the problem, would replacing the Corsair fans with the ones that come with the Noctua make a difference or do I have to go with something like Gentle Typhoons?
Without hearing it personally it's difficult to pinpoint. You don't have to have GTs' in fact you can go with a cheaper option in Yate Loons. You can get them most anywhere for less than $5 apiece before shipping. Depending on the place you can get them in bulk prices as little as $2.50 each depending on how many you get.

I think the noise is related to how your pump is mounted though. If your tubes are on top you might try rotating them clockwise a bit to see if that minimizes the noise. Also depending on how your Rad is mounted you might mount it so the tubes inlet and outlet at the bottom of the Rad instead of the top. If these two things get it down but it's still noisy try rapping on the tubes with a light no.2 pencil something that will vibrate the lines and possibly knock loose any air trapped in the pump.

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