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Use the AC much? I find it hard to believe it's cold? Isn't Sydney Australia a hot country?
POssibly, except it's winter at the moment.
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its autumn in sydney atm .. No i didnt use the aircon it was just cold this morning n thought id see what my temps were at . i cant wait for winter

Good temps u think ? was pretty chilly this morning , but its going to get colder .. i usually leave my windows open at night to get my room cool .

These are some runs with the aircon on , back in summer . This is what the h50 is capable of after many tweaks of coarse .

Low idle , power features enabled .



2.93ghz



3.2ghz



4.2ghz / 1.408v


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I'm not having too good luck with my H70 cooling my i7 965 o/c to 4009.1 (81 peak IBT and mid to upper 80's Prime 95). Idle is 42. A friend has an H50 he's no longer using and I was going to switch with the H70 to see if the problem is my chip or the H70. I know the front bracket is probably different, but is the rear bracket the same? I hate to have to remove the rear bracket if i don't have to.
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What is your vcore for your cpu set at. I am running mine at 4.0ghz right now with 30-32C idle
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CPU voltage is 1.425, Dram Bus Voltage 1.64 and QPI/Dram Core Voltage 1.37500.
I've reseated the H70 with IC7 (no change). I'm running 2 GT AP-15s in exhaust for the fans (tried intake, no difference). The pump shows it's running at 1430. Either the H70 is defective, or my overclock + fairly warm room temperature (mid 70's F.) is the cause of the higher-than-everyone-else's temperatures. I just ran Prime 95 for about an hour and Real temp showed max. temp. of 87-87-83-86. I'm also running 12 GBs of Dominator at 1600 and a GTX 570 SC card which adds to the case temp.s. I guess I really won't know until I RMA the H70. I realize the TIM has a cure time, but I doubt my temp's are going to drop 15 celsius!
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CPU voltage is 1.425, Dram Bus Voltage 1.64 and QPI/Dram Core Voltage 1.37500.
I've reseated the H70 with IC7 (no change). I'm running 2 GT AP-15s in exhaust for the fans (tried intake, no difference). The pump shows it's running at 1430. Either the H70 is defective, or my overclock + fairly warm room temperature (mid 70's F.) is the cause of the higher-than-everyone-else's temperatures. I just ran Prime 95 for about an hour and Real temp showed max. temp. of 87-87-83-86. I'm also running 12 GBs of Dominator at 1600 and a GTX 570 SC card which adds to the case temp.s. I guess I really won't know until I RMA the H70. I realize the TIM has a cure time, but I doubt my temp's are going to drop 15 celsius!
If you haven't lapped the contact surface on the H70, that would be your next step. If you have, then perhaps investing in air conditioning would be a useful next step.
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No, I haven't lapped the H70 yet. I guess I can read the tutorial I saw elsewhere on this forum and give it a try. Actually, we have central a/c, but my bedroom stays fairly warm compared to the rest of the house. I might be able to turn down some of the voltages a little and see if that helps. The H70 has to be at least partially cooling or the computer would have shut down when I ran Prime95. If I remove the overclock to stock 3.2, I idle at 29 and load temp's are fine. I guess I was expecting too much of the H70 out of the box. But then again, others are running this same chip at higher o/c than mine with load temp's in the 50 and low 60's.
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No, I haven't lapped the H70 yet. I guess I can read the tutorial I saw elsewhere on this forum and give it a try. Actually, we have central a/c, but my bedroom stays fairly warm compared to the rest of the house. I might be able to turn down some of the voltages a little and see if that helps. The H70 has to be at least partially cooling or the computer would have shut down when I ran Prime95. If I remove the overclock to stock 3.2, I idle at 29 and load temp's are fine. I guess I was expecting too much of the H70 out of the box. But then again, others are running this same chip at higher o/c than mine with load temp's in the 50 and low 60's.
The H70 performance OOB is not all that spectacular, roughly on a par with most high-end air coolers. Modded, it works quite a bit better. I saw a 10-12C drop when I lapped mine and upgraded the fans.
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Hi there , I was just wondering about the direction of mounting the cooling fans in respect to the H50 radiator. As the case fan location is the only location I can currently see to fit the H50 , and knowing that cool air is pro-dominantly on the outside of the case , I have now one facing towards the radiator from the outside and and one facing towards the radiator from the inside. Having it for a long time both fans on either side of the radiator blowing air from the inside only to the outside. No shrouds were used.

I was getting a lot of high temps when overclocking at around 60% but when I now have two fans blowing air from each side in towards the radiator , the temps are significantly lower. I was wondering how other people were doing this ^^

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I can't fathom the idea of the noise that would make.
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