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still im planning stages but was wondering what unit is good for a N00B building into a haf 932? can i still use the stock rear exhaust fan with the included one for push/pull. and if i choose to go with an h100(dependant on how much overtime i can get for the holidays) do i have to remove the top 230 to get the radiator up there and can i still use it with a h100. if i were to go with a cheaper route id probably get a h60

Both the H60 and H100 are good coolers. The H100 is better but you pay a lot more for it. I think the rear fan in the Haf 932 is a 140mm, isn't it? The H60 uses a 120mm fan, so I don't see how you can mount the 140 without some type of mod. You'll need another 120mm fan and some screws for push/pull on a H60. You could try a 120/140mm converter.

Yes, you're going to have to remove the top 230mm fan if you want to install the H100 up top. However, you should be able to get the H100 to work with push/pull inside the case which would be great actually. The H100 block will control 4 fans, so if you like auto control on the cpu-cooler fans the H100 is a pretty good choice. It will give you good temps with two or four fans.
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Just installed a Corsair H60, I use an i5 2500k.
Temps are a bit high, with
Core0 @35C
Core1 @24C (What's up with this one?)
Core2 @40C
Core3 @35C
Which one should I trust?
These are all in idle and stock clock @1.2V
Is this normal? The only intake fan are on the front, with 200mm CM Fan@ 1100RPM (a lot of air)
And boy does the stock corsair fan bring noise..
In fact my case vibrates now..
Should I put another fan on the radiator?
I have a spare excalibur fan from the Hyper 212+, the stock corsair fan(which is too noisy) and a stock rear fan from the case.
What would you suggest? Would I need to buy another more silent fan?


Your fan shouldn't make your case vibrate. I have three Corsair water coolers and none of them make the case vibrate. Make sure there's nothing wrong with your fans. Is your fan three pins or four pins (pwm)? If it's four pins, try plugging it into the CPU_FAN header and move the pump to the PWR_FAN header. This should allow your board to control the fan and slow it down when you're under light load. If it's three pin, you should examine it carefully. Make sure it's not a bad fan. It shouldn't make the case vibrate. Your sure it was screwed down securely?

My idle temps on my i5 2500k at a room temp of 23c jump from 31c to 37c with only one core going as low as 31 and one core going as high as 37. Average all four are around 34c I'm using an H100 so your temps don't seem all that bad to me. This is at low load clock speed of 3.3GHz. When under high load, it's set for 4.5GHz and my temps can go as high as 73c maximum after 30 minutes of Intel Burn Test.
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Hey guys, doing a rebuild on my main computer this weekend...

Taking my H50 out, so I can remove my Phenom II x4 955 and its motherboard/RAM; and replace them with a Core i5 2500K and a new motherboard/ram.

New Mobo is an ASRock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3... and I plan to reuse the H50 on it with the 2500K instead of the stock intel cooler.

So, what should I do regarding the old Shin Etsu that was pre-applied onto the H50?

Should I clean all that off, and mount it with something newer; or can that Shin Etsu be reused somehow?

I would imagine I would have to clean it all off, and re-apply something new. I have a brand new tube of MX4 that I planned to use; as well as an older tube of ICD7 and AS5 that I could also use but since the MX4 is brand new I figured I would use that. But would it be sufficient as replacement TIM on the H50; or should I go look for a tube of Shin Etsu, and which kind? There is a Microcenter nearby that stocks Shin Etsu X23-7762...

Also, what is the best way to apply new TIM onto the H50? Following the traditional recommendation of a small pea sized dot in the center, or would this thing need something more for optimal preformance?
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All the TIM you mention is pretty good. However, the only major difference between the Shin Etsu and the AS5 is that the AS5 requires a curing time of about 200 hours before you get the best temps from it (a difference of only a few degrees c).

So, after a week the AS5 will be every bit as good as the Shin Etsu is.

Here's a great thread comparing different TIMs that Ceaderman found:

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62

Shin Etsu and AS5 are both at the top of the pack.
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All the TIM you mention is pretty good. However, the only major difference between the Shin Etsu and the AS5 is that the AS5 requires a curing time of about 200 hours before you get the best temps from it (a difference of only a few degrees c).
So, after a week the AS5 will be every bit as good as the Shin Etsu is.
Here's a great thread comparing different TIMs that Ceaderman found:
http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62
Shin Etsu and AS5 are both at the top of the pack.

I got it!

Only needed a small pea sized dot after all...

As for that benchmark reviews on TIM...

Its almost over 3 years old and there are a LOT of new TIM's out there now, so I don't trust reviews like that.

I just used my new tube of MX-4 and its working great!
     
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post #19875 of 28368
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I got it!
Only needed a small pea sized dot after all...
As for that benchmark reviews on TIM...
Its almost over 3 years old and there are a LOT of new TIM's out there now, so I don't trust reviews like that.
I just used my new tube of MX-4 and its working great!

You can use the MX-2 from that old test as a reference. Considering the MX-4 is a few C better than the MX-2, you made a good decision in using it. thumb.gif
    
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post #19876 of 28368
Hi,

Just got my H60, looks good.. i got 86c prime with 4.1ghz 1.42v using my old deepcool, now 75c max.. hehe, still hot, but very nice improvement biggrin.gif

450

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oh.. i did forget something, i realize that i pluged the pump connector on 4pin cpu fan header, is that matter? i saw 4380rpm in hwmonitor



thx
flo
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post #19877 of 28368
Does the H60 come with a three pin fan or a four pin fan? I know the H50 on my spare computer came with a four pin (PWM) fan. I loved that because I could plug it right into the CPU_FAN header and let the system control the speed of the fan.

If it's only a three pin fan then you can't control it that way unless your mobo can control 3 pin fans (most can't).

If it is a 3 pin fan, then it really doesn't matter how you plug things in as long as you don't let the system vary the pump speed. Make sure you turn the control off for the header you plug the pump into. You can plug the fan in anywhere if you just want it running at 100% all the time.

You could lower your temps a little further by adding a second fan to the H60 so you can use push/pull. If you do that, use the fan with the best static pressure as the "push" fan.
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post #19878 of 28368
thx Merg,

mine came with 3pin for the header and i never turned on smart fan control in bios, i like all the fan to run 100% speed.. i noticed my vga run a lilbit warm, like 2-4c hotter, but it doesnt matter, 78-80c is fine with me smile.gif

its really difficult to find a decent case fan in my country and the price is quite expensive for us,.. another thing is, i have no idea which fan has static pressure tongue.gif, if u dont mind choosing it for me i give you our local online comp shop here http://viraindo.com/pc3.html , they have huuuuge hardware list, that's just 1 page category, scroll down or sideways to find table with Fan Casing.. and um.. $1 = 10.000, my budget is $10 to $15 top.. waste my saving already with this H60 tongue.gif

my airflow configuration is 2 front intake (12cm 1200rpm coolermaster), 2 top exhaust (12cm 1200rpm coolermaster) and 1 rear paired with h60 rad, i really want to have push pull config.

thx very much

flo

EDIT: well i found my old 1800rpm coolermaster case fan, i tested it works well, 1800-1900rpm in hwmonitor,.. now its time to push pull.. so, which is where? cm fan << rad << stock corsair fan ? im using it for exhaust
Edited by flowtek - 12/15/11 at 9:58pm
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That fan should be OK. I was going to select the coolermaster fan from your list anyway, since I didn't want to do an internet search for all those fans just to read their specs.

This fan: Cooler Master 12cm Rifle Bearing 2000 rpm silent Lampu should be this: http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=4375 which has a static pressure of 2.94 mmH2O. Unfortunately Corsair doesn't mention the static pressure of their H60 fan, but it must be fair or they wouldn't have selected it for a rad fan.

The cooler master fan is an OK fan.

You are correct, make your H60 fan push and the cooler master fan pull.

H60fan>RAD>CoolerMaster fan and that should be OK.

Let us know how it turns out.
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post #19880 of 28368
thx 4 the recommendation Merg,

yes, thats exactly the fan, so i did reassemble my H60, but.. forgot that i need another 4 long screw, dayum... i'll leave it as it is for now, my house is near ace hardware so im gonna drop by after work,..



thx +rep



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