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I'm sure this question has been asked 40 million times and I appologize but what kind of stock temps are you guys getting on an i7-2600k with the h50. This thread is far to long at this point to gather info from.

at stock I'm currently getting between 26-31c while idle. Max load for 30 minutes or so and I'm between 50-54c. Which i think wasn't that much better then the stock I was running previously.OC'ing anywhere from 4.4-4.6ghz at a core voltage of 1.355 my temperatures are typically between 66-79c.Seems high. any input?

I currently have a push pull exhaust rad setup at the back of my case.

2 80mm intake fans at the front of the case.
1 80mm intake side panel fan
2 120mm intake fans at the top of my case
and just the one exhaust push pull rad setup at the back.
Temps dont drop with side panel off.

Edit: I was thinking of switching the push pull radiator system of the h50 to intake like suggested. and then flipping the two 120mm fans at the top to exhaust. I just wasn't fond of having the radiator spew directly onto the Cpu, but that would probably balance with the pull from the two 120's
Edited by louis8789 - 7/16/11 at 4:25pm
post #18812 of 28303
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Originally Posted by louis8789;14239041 

1 800mm intake side panel fan
2 1200mm intake fans at the top of my case

:drool:Do wants!!! Where do you find those and how much. bigeyedsmiley.png

~Ceadder:drink:
 
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Low budget . H50/60/(Antec h2o 620) . Out of these 3 which one ?
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman;14239107 
:drool:Do wants!!! Where do you find those and how much. bigeyedsmiley.png

~Ceadder:drink:

rofl fixed. Any other opinions though?
post #18815 of 28303
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Originally Posted by bluedevil;14233856 
Caught somewhat in a bind......I am sitting at 47C @ Full load (running SMP F@H) with my H50 with 1 Zalman F3. biggrin.gif

However,

I know the H100 is coming out soon, and I have 2 120mm fans in the roof of my Lian Li.

Is it worth the upgrade for me?

thinking.gif

Just trying to get the quietest/best performance cooling system for my CPU with the least amount of room. biggrin.gif

///

Just getting my thoughts out, I know we won't know until the H100 is reviewed.

i currently have the h60 and i plan to get the h100 just to see which one will perform better, then sell whichever performs less.
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Originally Posted by louis8789;14239041 
I'm sure this question has been asked 40 million times and I appologize but what kind of stock temps are you guys getting on an i7-2600k with the h50. This thread is far to long at this point to gather info from.

at stock I'm currently getting between 26-31c while idle. Max load for 30 minutes or so and I'm between 50-54c. Which i think wasn't that much better then the stock I was running previously.OC'ing anywhere from 4.4-4.6ghz at a core voltage of 1.355 my temperatures are typically between 66-79c.Seems high. any input?

I currently have a push pull exhaust rad setup at the back of my case.

2 80mm intake fans at the front of the case.
1 80mm intake side panel fan
2 120mm intake fans at the top of my case
and just the one exhaust push pull rad setup at the back.
Temps dont drop with side panel off.

Edit: I was thinking of switching the push pull radiator system of the h50 to intake like suggested. and then flipping the two 120mm fans at the top to exhaust. I just wasn't fond of having the radiator spew directly onto the Cpu, but that would probably balance with the pull from the two 120's

if you are using a high end air cooler before, do not expect much of a difference with the hydro series. i was using a hyper 212+ before and the temps are just the same with the h60. for the fans, there maybe too much air coming in and not able to get out?

you may also want to put your pc specs here http://www.overclock.net/specs.php
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hi, guys can you suggest me which is the bes fan oration for my h70, may i remind you i live in hot country and sometimes temps reach near 34degrees and probably the ambient temps are a bit high too. i have made an illustration of the fan direction could you point me which is best.
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Originally Posted by DeadShot_1.0;14244453 
hi, guys can you suggest me which is the bes fan oration for my h70, may i remind you i live in hot country and sometimes temps reach near 34degrees and probably the ambient temps are a bit high too. i have made an illustration of the fan direction could you point me which is best.
[IMG]

Really depends on your case and case location.

For example, a build I did for a friend I set it up as an intake, since he was hellbent on the HAF932. That case has more than enough exhaust, so it made more sense to push air in. Also his graphics card had an after market cooler installed, so air was blown into the case versus out. On top of that it was relatively out in the open, there was no constraint in space. That meant generally cooler air was outside the same and kept the temps a bit lower.

In my situation though, I have an FT01, which has a positive pressure setup, a reference 580 pumping hot air out the back, and in a corner in my room where rear airflow is somewhat constricted, not heavily, but still. This meant an exhaust setup would be best...and it was, saved me 2C last time I tested it smile.gif

Absolute best way would to just spend about 2 hours, 45 mins stressing each time with LinX [my personal choice, some prefer Prime95... whatever] and change the fan direction after the first test. Just use whatever works best for you.

There really is no "wrong" way too, at worst you'll only lose a couple of degrees... it isn't something to go crazy and smash your head against the wall for.
    
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Intake is always better, cool air coming onto the rad and moving the heat from the rad to the air is better than just exhausting the hot air.
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thanks guys i will do some test to determine which is best, plus i have ordered 2 cm blade masters fans for the h70 i think those are pretty good for there static pressure
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