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erik257's thread has me wondering if I should use a shroud on my H60 intake, anyone care to chime in?
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Well it's either KA MA NA WANA LEIYA or Yuan Hung Lo so i figured I'd go the Hawaiian route and pick the first one.

Have you guys seen the tags for this thread? Here's the list of them that I can see lol:

Corsair H50, Corsair H70, (and now the semi weird funny ones start) pump some water, water in my rig...help!, watercooling. Lol... who's great idea was it to tag this thread with "water in my rig...help!" ? lol. I was drinking some water when I read that it made me almost spit water on my wifes laptop and I was real close to making water come out of my nose lol. Since I'm doing a quick reply in the box at the bottom of the screen, the tags are just above the box and on the left side of the screen. Kinda easy to miss normally but for some reason my eye wandered lol.

Anyways DEEBS808, give me a call tomorrow (perferably sometime in the afternoon if you can) because I wanted to go over something with you real fast. It should only take about 10 minutes or so and it involves something that you NEED to buy but I forgot to add to the list. Also, you should go and check out the Gentle Typhoon 2150 (RPM) Group buy thread. The Gentle Typhoon 2150 RPM fans are really great fans. They are the next step up from the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 fans that I am sure that you have heard about if you have spent any extended time on this forum. They basically have more CFM, slightly higher RPM's, Slightly higher dBS (noise), and higher Static pressure than the AP-15's do and that's hard to do because the AP-15's are pretty much the best mix of CFM, low noise, and high static pressure all in one. Go check out that link I posted and PM Tater Tot about getting some. You won't be sorry that you bought them and you wont get another chance to buy them again because they don't usually sell them in the United States and the only reason that we are getting a chance to buy them is because we are buying them in BULK (I think that we are buying 1000 fans all together) so they are making an exception. Even if you just buy them, try them out, and if you don't like them (which won't happen) then you can turn around and sell them and you will even make money on the sale because they retail for more than $13 and like I said before, they don't sell them in the US so people will spend a small fortune to get some. I put myself down for 4 of them but now that I think about it, I think I might just get myself 10 or 20 of them. I so have 2 HAF X builds (one of which with a HAF 932 door on it and I plan on getting a 932 door for the other one soon). Talk to you guys later. Have a great night. I know I will But I need to hurry and go to bed or else I might not lol. Women don't take to kindly to having to wait in bed on our anniversary night just so I can post some stuff on a Computer Enthusiast thread.... Make that THE COMPUTER ENTHUSIAST THREAD...
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Originally Posted by DarkStarCow View Post
erik257's thread has me wondering if I should use a shroud on my H60 intake, anyone care to chime in?
i think shrouds definitely will help with temps, but i'm not sure by how much just yet, will find out tonight when i get to test it...
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Women don't take to kindly to having to wait in bed on our anniversary night just so I can post some stuff on a Computer Enthusiast thread
better jump into bed now if i was you
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Well I knew that Ohana meant Family but I'm pretty sure that you and I are the only 2 in here that were born in Hawaii and know what it meant lol. Make sure when you are setting up your Folding@Home Clients that you configure them like this:

User Name:lawrencendlw
Team Name:37726
Passkey: (ask me when the time comes and I will give it to you)

That way we can make sure that it folds for you and that you get full credit for all of that power you will have there lol... Ok so it would be giving me all of the points but who's counting anyways right? lol

You know the Hawaiian name that the ladies gave me right? It's KA MA NA WANA LEIYA ... I figure you'd get a kick out of that one at least.
I wasn't born there but I grew up there(sorta ) for 6 years on Oahu. I'm Kamaʻāina.

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I wasn't born there but I grew up there(sorta ) for 6 years on Oahu. I'm Kamaʻāina.

~Ceadder
Yeah.That's sweet.Added as friend.

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Well it's either KA MA NA WANA LEIYA or Yuan Hung Lo so i figured I'd go the Hawaiian route and pick the first one.

Have you guys seen the tags for this thread? Here's the list of them that I can see lol:

Corsair H50, Corsair H70, (and now the semi weird funny ones start) pump some water, water in my rig...help!, watercooling. Lol... who's great idea was it to tag this thread with "water in my rig...help!" ? lol. I was drinking some water when I read that it made me almost spit water on my wifes laptop and I was real close to making water come out of my nose lol. Since I'm doing a quick reply in the box at the bottom of the screen, the tags are just above the box and on the left side of the screen. Kinda easy to miss normally but for some reason my eye wandered lol.

Anyways DEEBS808, give me a call tomorrow (perferably sometime in the afternoon if you can) because I wanted to go over something with you real fast. It should only take about 10 minutes or so and it involves something that you NEED to buy but I forgot to add to the list. Also, you should go and check out the Gentle Typhoon 2150 (RPM) Group buy thread. The Gentle Typhoon 2150 RPM fans are really great fans. They are the next step up from the Gentle Typhoon AP-15 fans that I am sure that you have heard about if you have spent any extended time on this forum. They basically have more CFM, slightly higher RPM's, Slightly higher dBS (noise), and higher Static pressure than the AP-15's do and that's hard to do because the AP-15's are pretty much the best mix of CFM, low noise, and high static pressure all in one. Go check out that link I posted and PM Tater Tot about getting some. You won't be sorry that you bought them and you wont get another chance to buy them again because they don't usually sell them in the United States and the only reason that we are getting a chance to buy them is because we are buying them in BULK (I think that we are buying 1000 fans all together) so they are making an exception. Even if you just buy them, try them out, and if you don't like them (which won't happen) then you can turn around and sell them and you will even make money on the sale because they retail for more than $13 and like I said before, they don't sell them in the US so people will spend a small fortune to get some. I put myself down for 4 of them but now that I think about it, I think I might just get myself 10 or 20 of them. I so have 2 HAF X builds (one of which with a HAF 932 door on it and I plan on getting a 932 door for the other one soon). Talk to you guys later. Have a great night. I know I will But I need to hurry and go to bed or else I might not lol. Women don't take to kindly to having to wait in bed on our anniversary night just so I can post some stuff on a Computer Enthusiast thread.... Make that THE COMPUTER ENTHUSIAST THREAD...

Yeah I'll give you a call around the same time if not a little earlier.What is a good time for you.I will pm tator tot and mostlikely get a bunch just incase.Thanks for the link.Happy Anni.
    
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I could not get 3.8Ghz stable. Even at 1.325v, but I did manage to get a 10 minute Real Temp sensor test in. No pics though before it crashed, but on balanced settings the max temp was 71C at 100% load and 44C at idle.
Max with 1.30125v was 70C.

Ran the tests at 3.47Ghz @ 1.3125 and took a pic after the 10 min cycle.
    
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Well, since my brother needs a new cooler... why not give him my H70 and I get myself an H80 for $18?

Hooray for amazon credit for textbook returns ^^
    
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i think if you have the space to mount an h100, then wait for it, it will have better performance over h80 with 4 fans
The H100 comes with two fans. You'll only be able to use 4 (push/pull) if you have room in your case.

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erik257's thread has me wondering if I should use a shroud on my H60 intake, anyone care to chime in?
Go for it. It should give you a couple more degrees.

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Well, since my brother needs a new cooler... why not give him my H70 and I get myself an H80 for $18?
I don't think you're going to see any temp difference between the H70 and the H80. If you do it will be very little. I think the main advantage to the H80 is the ability to control the fans from the cooling block and connect to the new Corsair fan controller. If you have the room, go for the H100. That should offer a performance improvement over the H70.
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Is the tube/syringe versions of Shin Etsu suppose to be thick? it's not smeary like what I'm use to with Arctic Silver. Though it does fill in any lines nicely. You can smear it but at times it reminds me of window sealant without the softness to it... like it comes away from the surface like playdough quite cleanly. It seems very easy to clean up. So I went the small pea route because of it.
It's soft just not as soft and greasy from what I'm so use to with Arctic Silver.

It certainly never felt like the stuff I cleaned off when I first got the H70 at the start of the year. It was really soft and greasy but sadly far too thick.

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