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Originally Posted by Pings View Post
Don't mind what is pushing what is pulling. That's all perspective according to the air flow. That is common sense, if you can't figure that out on your own, that's to bad. I'm more using the term push-pull than putting the words in order.

That's like if I'm trying to explain exhaust vs intake, and I show the exhaust arrows in the wrong direction. If I add an extra arrow does it make more sense? Exhaust = (⇇Push⇇Shroud⇇H50⇇Pull) - Intake (Push⇉H50⇉Shroud⇉Pull⇉) Push and pull is perspective according to the air flow. Do I really have to further explain this? Sorry I do stuff like this for a living, what might be common sense for me, might be new to you.





leppie Aslo you set up your H50 wrong, it should be in exhaust.
I guess I'm one of the few that understood your diagram. Blue is ALWAYS intake and red is ALWAYS exhaust. I didn't even notice the arrows were facing the wrong way until someone pointed it out.
post #1852 of 28247
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Originally Posted by dkev View Post
Nice job!
thanks

here it is completed and installed in my pc. its pretty nice... working perfectly. only thing is i didn't install the cover for the block so it doesn't look so nice. ill try putting it on when i feel like messing around with it again since i would have to remove the tubing to do it. otherwise though its nice. but in all honesty if you are going to try to go this route i would honestly just hand pick each component since the work is gonna be basically the same. you would end up with better temps because you can buy better parts... fatter tubing, better pump etc... but this was fun to do and not really that hard.


Edited by sexybastard - 1/14/10 at 9:04pm
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Ok so I think I have to re-seat the block.. I am getting reports of 42c (idle) from HWmonitor on my cpu
After all the trouble I went thru today of getting my rma'd mobo in, having issues installing that, finding I have a bad stick of ram, etc. etc.. Now I get this

I tried following the instructions to mounting it, but it didn't quite feel sufficient. Is there any particular way of holding it in place while you screw it down?
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Pings,

just because you do HVAC for a living, does not excuse the fact that you can't seem to get your simple flow diagrams to match with what your saying (arrows pointing right direction maybe?).

This is a place of LEARNING. Not for some people who think they're PC Gods to talk down to others like they're stupid, and just expect them to understand their half-***ed attempt to convey their already cryptic information.

I'm all for you explaining why you believe certain things, but post up with some actual evidence to support your claims, and not just expect everyone to "understand" you. We didn't all goto votech school for HVAC.

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Don't get your panties in a bunch. You are the only one that took it like that and still doesn't understand. I was saying by the heat flow diagram was in my post. "That's like if I'm trying to explain exhaust vs intake, and I('ll) show the exhaust arrows in the wrong direction." You're just trolling my posts looking for something to start crap over. Your hole basis of your argument is something you didn't understand, read, or was even part of the conversation. I was tired of explaining that the term Push/Push is perspective according to the air flow over and over. I was a little harsh in my wording. I didn't mean anything by it. I'll just stop posting here and helping people out.
post #1855 of 28247
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Hey folks.

Me my self dont have a H50, but im wondering if anybody have tried to lapped their h50? Are there any guides? Easyest way that i can think of must be to disconnect the rad and loop so u just have the block it self. OR?
I have lapped mine, and will maybe lap the CPU if needed tonite. (Edit: I'll take some pics of the H50 lap job and post them.)

I cant say if it helped, as the original TIM is very good on the unlapped surface. But I messed up my first seating, so I have been stuck with really crappy TIM till today.

You dont need to disassemble the unit to lap it. Just use a vice or a hand to hold the RAD while you sand with the other.
Edited by leppie - 1/14/10 at 11:34pm
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Hello guys,I'm new here

Have A h50,will add some pictures later

I have a question,has anyones H50 leaked a little at the bottom plate?

when removing it the first tame from the cpu,the stock thermal paste was too greasy and a little bit dark colored,like it was wet
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Please add me to the club!
I wanted to wait until I finished my build, but I had to jump in and reply to Pings.

@Pings
I appreciate the testing you have done using shrouds, it has been very informative and helpful. Please don't be discouraged by some poster's criticism.
But, I too have been confused by you interchanging "push" and "pull". My understanding is that the radiator is the center of the equation. You either "push" cooling air to it or you "pull" warm air from it. Or both. Think about it. Thanks again for your input to this forum.

I'll upload some pictures when she's done and prettied up. My 2.5 inch #6-32 screws came in the mail today, so l can go <=|fan|shroud|case|H50|fan|<= in an exhaust (hot air out the back). My side panels have a couple 80mm fans feeding fresh air to it so the cooling air shouldn't be too warm.


Edited by PCPaladin - 1/15/10 at 3:37am
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post #1858 of 28247
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Originally Posted by Vargess View Post
Ok so I think I have to re-seat the block.. I am getting reports of 42c (idle) from HWmonitor on my cpu
After all the trouble I went thru today of getting my rma'd mobo in, having issues installing that, finding I have a bad stick of ram, etc. etc.. Now I get this

I tried following the instructions to mounting it, but it didn't quite feel sufficient. Is there any particular way of holding it in place while you screw it down?
You may be using the wrong screws, of the 8 mounting screws that they provide you need to use the 4 smallest ones. Other than that just make sure that all the tabs on the bracket ring line up with the tabs on the H50 block as you tighten it down. It's not the simplest thing in the world

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Originally Posted by leppie View Post
I have lapped mine, and will maybe lap the CPU if needed tonite. (Edit: I'll take some pics of the H50 lap job and post them.)

I cant say if it helped, as the original TIM is very good on the unlapped surface. But I messed up my first seating, so I have been stuck with really crappy TIM till today.

You dont need to disassemble the unit to lap it. Just use a vice or a hand to hold the RAD while you sand with the other.
Ah we have a lapper, looking forward to some photos. I can see its difficult to say if it provided an improvement, but did it feel like the surface was quite uneven as you were sanding it?

@corsmem and PCPaladin: Welcome to the club and welcome to OCN!

@sexybastard: Great job on that res mod, I'm sure Will is proud! Great to see that your pump returned to life, are you planning anything else? Maybe another go at the dual rad?
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Ah we have a lapper, looking forward to some photos. I can see its difficult to say if it provided an improvement, but did it feel like the surface was quite uneven as you were sanding it?
While it was quite flat, it seemed to be quite rough too. I did take about an hour to get it relatively smooth finishing on 1200 grit.

I didnt have a marker to actually test it, but will recheck tonite when replacing the old TIM.

Picture will be provided
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Please add me to the club!

I'll upload some pictures when she's done and prettied up. My 2.5 inch #6-32 screws came in the mail today, so l can go <=|fan|shroud|case|H50|fan|<= in an exhaust (hot air out the back). My side panels have a couple 80mm fans feeding fresh air to it so the cooling air shouldn't be too warm.
Welcome to OCN! Looking forward to seeing your newly built rig. Keep us posted when she's all done and have some temps to report back.
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