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Greetings all.
Well I have been lurking about this forum for some time and thought I may as well say hello. The info in this forum has been invaluable to me in researching what mods to make to my stock cooling. Thanks to you all.
I have recently installed a H100 and I am very happy with it. My cpu has gone from average temps of 40C (idle) and 67C (load) to averaging 30C (idle) and 48C (load). Awesome results.
Here's a couple of pics;

Stock cooler and fan in my 650D;





Load temps at stock (sorry no idle pics)


The H100 in place;






Idle and Load temps with H100





This is my first post here so I hope I got that right. See you all around the forums!
Edited by TinRobot - 9/1/11 at 5:15pm
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hi guys, count me in, got H80 in my new 600T case. Great thing
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post #19353 of 28247
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Originally Posted by TinRobot View Post
Greetings all.
Well I have been lurking about this forum for some time and thought I may as well say hello. The info in this forum has been invaluable to me in researching what mods to make to my stock cooling. Thanks to you all.
I have recently installed a H100 and I am very happy with it. My cpu has gone from average temps of 40C (idle) and 67C (load) to averaging 30C (idle) and 48C (load). Awesome results.
...
The H100 in place;


By michaelflett62 at 2011-08-29
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This is my first post here so I hope I got that right. See you all around the forums!
Another sweet 650D build. Nice.

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hi guys, count me in, got H80 in my new 600T case. Great thing
Very clean. Those white 600T SE cases look great.
Edited by Mergatroid - 8/31/11 at 7:24pm
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Hi there! Just joined the comunity and I have questions I'm going to build the system in signature, the first idea was buying the Noctua NH-D14 but then I saw this new hybrid cooler. I have read some pages (a lot) of this topic and I understand that the only why to do a push/pull is to "mod" the case like Mergatroid's one. So the question is: better (doing some overlock) a H80 push/pull or a H100 stock? Consider that probably I'll use the mesh windws with 4x120mm intake

Thankx for answers and good night, cya tomorrow
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Mysticality's modded H50 dropping by.
More info on my mod: http://www.overclock.net/14783288-post296.html

H50 = 59^C Prime95
H50/Lapped CPU = 52^C
Lapped/Modded H50/Lapped CPU = 48^C
Lapped/Modded H50/Lapped CPU @ 3.9GHz/1.52v = 55^C



Edited by Mysticality - 9/1/11 at 7:19am
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so got this thing installed. more questions, where are you guys plugging in the pump and fans (push/pull) on the mobo? is a splitter going from the cpu fan plug on on the mobo to the two fans a good idea? let me know how your setting things up.
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so got this thing installed. more questions, where are you guys plugging in the pump and fans (push/pull) on the mobo? is a splitter going from the cpu fan plug on on the mobo to the two fans a good idea? let me know how your setting things up.
I initially plugged my fans(via splitter) into CPU and Pump into PWR. You don't want your CPU header controlling the Pump since it ebbs and flows with the temperature. It CAN be done, but for the most part if you put the Pump on another header and set at 90 or 100%, you shouldn't have any worries. Not every board allows the CPU header to be Iggied or set to max(Pwr Management feature) so I just tell everyone to plug their fans into the CPU header.

Now saying that, your higher voltage fans should probably be connected to a reasonably well manufactured Fan Controller like the RheoSmart or something that has a higher volt per channel capacity. My RheoSmart 3 channel allows 30vpc.

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Now saying that, your higher voltage fans should probably be connected to a reasonably well manufactured Fan Controller like the RheoSmart or something that has a higher volt per channel capacity. My RheoSmart 3 channel allows 30vpc.

~Ceadder
If you replace the word Voltage with Wattage, then that's darned good advice

That would be 30 Watts per channel.
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If you replace the word Voltage with Wattage, then that's darned good advice

That would be 30 Watts per channel.
Yeah I keep flopping the two.

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I ran an H60 on my AMD 1090T for about 2 months without many problems. The cooling ability wasn't fantastic and I was unable to reach 4Ghz at safe temps, so I upgraded to proper watercooling afterward.

When I removed the H60 though I noticed some water droplets had formed around the shroud of the exhaust fan, and now with it out of the case it is quite obvious from shaking the radiator that there is air inside.

Are they meant to be completely full of liquid with no air at all, or is it normal for some air to remain in the top of the radiator like with a reservoir?
I'd like to re-use it again in my housemate's computer to replace his stock cooler but want to make sure its not dead already.
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