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Originally Posted by Krusher33 View Post
I'm not sure if this is max power for entire unit or just one line.

Source: http://www.logisyscomputer.com/views...DID=FRONTPANEL
I'm sorry, I'm not to tech savvy, you saying that the two typhoons are going to draw more power than the unit can handle? But that would be at full speed, right? Fan description only states the 12v and 1.14 amps, so, according to my lost knowledge, that adds up to 13.68watts x 2 fans = 27.36 watts. How many watts is the H50 pump?
Edited by nicolasl46 - 5/13/11 at 12:40pm
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Originally Posted by clubfoot View Post
I have to ask, are you running the latest BIOS for your board,...seems odd it's showing 4400rpm, only 2 to 4 degrees difference to stock cooler AND you're able to o/c to 4.5GHz@1.2v stable. To me 69c for 4.5GHz o/c is pretty good compared to my chip
Yup EFI is up to date with the latest Asus release...even the guy at Corsair didnt know why it was showing 4400 rpm...i posted a screenshot of it a few pages back if you care to look at it

the 2 to 4 degree difference wasnt on an OC it was with stock clocks when i was seeing idle temps at around 36-38c thats where the 2 to 4 degrees came in...funny part about the temps on the stock clock...i OC'ed it to 4ghz up from 3.7ghz and im actually seeing lower idle temps than i did on stock...only hitting a max of 36c and hovering mostly at the 34-35 mark

i was very happy to see the cpu handle 4.5ghz on stock voltages...but was disappointed in the temps i saw....there was a post on here a week or so ago showing someone with a 2500k at 4.5ghz with a blend temp at around 60c +/- 2 degrees if i remember correctly...then this morning someone posted a 2500k at 4.2ghz with a blend temp at 54c

either way...ive RMA'ed my H60 and now the hunt starts for a new cooler...no idea what im going to get
Edited by FreekyGTi - 5/13/11 at 12:52pm
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I'm sorry, I'm not to tech savvy, you saying that the two typhoons are going to draw more power than the unit can handle? But that would be at full speed, right? Fan description only states the 12v and 1.14 amps, so, according to my lost knowledge, that adds up to 13.68watts x 2 fans = 27.36 watts. How many watts is the H50 pump?
To my unstable knowledge you are correct.
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ambient in my house is about 23c so about 73f and outside its hot about 29c or about 85f....but how my case is setup right now...i have a ceiling fan blowing down on the case along with the AC vent directed right into the case side window

i have tried other fans...but only 120mm R4's which oddly enough raised the temp a little...i think its cause the as too fast @2000rpm....i didnt bother with throttling them down at all as they are fans i was going to use in my side window when i get my plexi window back

honestly...i think its really a dud cooler....im not sure going to another h60 is smart or even trying an h50 as i cant afford an h70
I've got an H50 and my temps don't go over 51-54C on full loads.
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i upgraded my aircool to the H70 recently. I notice idle temperture is lower with air cool.
Under load temperture is lower with H70.
idle : 78F air cool, 90F H70. Load: 120-1400F air cool, 110-120F H70. room temp @ 75F. 2600k OC 4.6ghz

I was wondering if the cooling liquid ever need to be change? if it is even possible. I dont see anywhere there is a drain valve.
Edited by czynot - 5/13/11 at 2:10pm
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Does anyone know what the correct pump speed should be for the H50? Connected to cpu MB header (3 pin), it's showing at approx. 1360 rpm in HWM. Is this about right?
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Does anyone know what the correct pump speed should be for the H50? Connected to cpu MB header (3 pin), it's showing at approx. 1360 rpm in HWM. Is this about right?
My H70 is at 1350 rpm steady, so you are spot on me thinks
    
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i upgraded my aircool to the H70 recently. I notice idle temperture is lower with air cool.
Under load temperture is lower with H70.
idle : 78F air cool, 90F H70. Load: 120-1400F air cool, 110-120F H70. room temp @ 75F. 2600k OC 4.6ghz

I was wondering if the cooling liquid ever need to be change? if it is even possible. I dont see anywhere there is a drain valve.
It's part of the reason why we always ask for load temps when trouble shooting issues. I don't know the details but simply put, idle temps are hardly ever right on both AMD and Intel chips.

As I understand it, they never need changing.
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You could... but there's really no point imo.

Easier to set it at a certain speed and be done with it :\\

Whatever you do, make sure you have the pump hooked up to a constant, non tampered 3 pin fan header... last thing you need is for the pump to not get all the power it needs
How do I go about setting the speed of the pump?
    
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To my unstable knowledge you are correct.
Lol, thanks for the help. Just finished installing, and it works great. I left the pump connected to the mobo so i wouldnt add more power draw to the controller.
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