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I'm alittle worried about my temperatures.

Running 2600k 4.8ghz at 1.4vcore and my temps are over 80 C

Are my temps ok?
If at load - a little toasty. If at idle, way too high.

You may want to drop that vcore a little and go for a lower OC. The difference between 4.5 and 4.8 Ghz is minimal performance wise, especially if your temps are high.
Edited by Sethy666 - 9/15/11 at 11:15pm
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Let us know what you decide, and if you do decide to go with push/intake could you do us a favor? Take a screen shot of your CPU and GPU temps under load (Prime 95 and Furmark if you can) before you change (a half hour test is good), then reorient your fans and do the same test again. Do it with the controller set to max. It would help others to make the same decision you're considering right now.
I have done a little testing with the config that i have atm (h100 with pull fan at minimum), here the result:

4200Mhz - 1.245 vcore - Temp 59 62 62 61 after 20 min of Lynx
4200Mhz - 1.250 vcore - Temp 60 64 64 63 after 20 min of Lynx
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Ohhh yeah, I want the club........


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May I join as well?



    
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Those are two sweet a$$ builds guys.
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Question, for anyone who has modded an H50/70 with a reservoir:

I have the Antec 620, and modded mine the same way everyone seemed to do with the H50/70, with a Swiftech Micro Res v2, new tubing, etc. I believe the pumps perform similarly across the board, hence me posting this here. My reason for modding was purely aesthetic.

my question is, is it normal to observe little to no turbulence in the reservior when in use? when i installed it and ran it, it sucked up the water pretty quickly and with several shakes of the pump and res, air bubbles were eliminated. but i'm just not sure if i should be seeing water moving, or turbulence of any kind. my temps are very good, i just didn't know if the lack of visible moving water was just because these pumps are fairly weak.

thanks for any input you may have.
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Question, for anyone who has modded an H50/70 with a reservoir:

I have the Antec 620, and modded mine the same way everyone seemed to do with the H50/70, with a Swiftech Micro Res v2, new tubing, etc. I believe the pumps perform similarly across the board, hence me posting this here. My reason for modding was purely aesthetic.

my question is, is it normal to observe little to no turbulence in the reservior when in use? when i installed it and ran it, it sucked up the water pretty quickly and with several shakes of the pump and res, air bubbles were eliminated. but i'm just not sure if i should be seeing water moving, or turbulence of any kind. my temps are very good, i just didn't know if the lack of visible moving water was just because these pumps are fairly weak.

thanks for any input you may have.
You typically won't see turbulence in the Swifttech MicroRes, even with a strong pump. Usually you'll see turbulence in circular res's, but not that one.

You planning on upgrading the radiator to a 240mm too?
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You typically won't see turbulence in the Swifttech MicroRes, even with a strong pump. Usually you'll see turbulence in circular res's, but not that one.

You planning on upgrading the radiator to a 240mm too?
Just as i suspected, but i appreciate the response!

i'd like to upgrade the rad, but i'm limited in the placement of a 240. the roof of my case may not work because i won't be able to plug in any of my USB or sound for the top I/O panel (or, it's too close to call), and the floor of the case is taken up by 2 modded HDD enclosures side by side. so i'm just not sure.
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Just as i suspected, but i appreciate the response!

i'd like to upgrade the rad, but i'm limited in the placement of a 240. the roof of my case may not work because i won't be able to plug in any of my USB or sound for the top I/O panel (or, it's too close to call), and the floor of the case is taken up by 2 modded HDD enclosures side by side. so i'm just not sure.
The A05 will take a 240mm up top easily. I think you'll need to cut the appropriate fan holes though, and it MIGHT need to be partially external (mine's fully external for the rad and fans).
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The A05 will take a 240mm up top easily. I think you'll need to cut the appropriate fan holes though, and it MIGHT need to be partially external (mine's fully external for the rad and fans).
cutting the holes is no prob...this was a pretty involved mod (didn't even think to do a worklog ...facepalm)

i've seen them mounted on top, so i may have to look at measurements, and size it up once and for all. top is my only option, and of course, i'm gonna have to paint it white
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