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Originally Posted by Sethy666 View Post

Thats some pretty good temps right there thumb.gif
Tell me again why you want to change your current cooling setup?
Im not going to blow sunshine in your face, Its really hard to tell you what to expect because of the many variables involved.
Placement of the rad, case temps, ambients, Tim application etc. Every setup is going to be different, hence YMMV.
I would hazard a guess that your temps would be on par with your current setup. You may shave a few degrees off your current temps, you may not... The only true test is to get and run it.
Sorry I can be more helpful than that. smile.gif

HAHA! Thanks for your input. It's not so much that I WANT to change the setup. I received a gift card for Bestbuy, and with redeeming some reward zone coupons, I was able to pick the H60 up for $15 out of pocket. I couldn't pass up the price. I think what I'm going to do is use the H60 in the server I just built. It's a Phenom II x4 960t. I'm running stock cooling on that right now, so I think it would benefit from the h60 greatly! Thanks again for your help. I know it's impossible to give concrete answers with so many variables to account for!

-RYknow
post #19922 of 28467
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Originally Posted by -RYknow View Post

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Originally Posted by Sethy666 View Post

Thats some pretty good temps right there thumb.gif
Tell me again why you want to change your current cooling setup?
Im not going to blow sunshine in your face, Its really hard to tell you what to expect because of the many variables involved.
Placement of the rad, case temps, ambients, Tim application etc. Every setup is going to be different, hence YMMV.
I would hazard a guess that your temps would be on par with your current setup. You may shave a few degrees off your current temps, you may not... The only true test is to get and run it.
Sorry I can be more helpful than that. smile.gif

HAHA! Thanks for your input. It's not so much that I WANT to change the setup. I received a gift card for Bestbuy, and with redeeming some reward zone coupons, I was able to pick the H60 up for $15 out of pocket. I couldn't pass up the price. I think what I'm going to do is use the H60 in the server I just built. It's a Phenom II x4 960t. I'm running stock cooling on that right now, so I think it would benefit from the h60 greatly! Thanks again for your help. I know it's impossible to give concrete answers with so many variables to account for!

-RYknow

Oh, a different setup... not your sig rig redface.gif

Yeah, you will see a great diffence in cooling over stock. You should be able to get a decent OC on that chip too with the H60.
post #19923 of 28467
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Originally Posted by Sethy666 View Post

Oh, a different setup... not your sig rig redface.gif
Yeah, you will see a great diffence in cooling over stock. You should be able to get a decent OC on that chip too with the H60.

I was originally talking about my sig rig! After taking your input, I've decided to keep my sig rig just the way it is, and just use the H60 on my rackmount server.

Yeah, I hear that the 960t is a great OC'er (however...NOT unlockable for me...mad.gif Knew it wasn't guaranteed, but it would have been nice). Stock cooler is garbage though! I'll be interested to see how she performs under the H60. I need to mod my rack mount server case first though (h60 won't fit currently). That will be for a new thread at a later time. I'll be sure to report back my findings with the H60 and the 960t.

-RYknow
post #19924 of 28467
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Originally Posted by -RYknow View Post

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Originally Posted by Sethy666 View Post

Oh, a different setup... not your sig rig redface.gif
Yeah, you will see a great diffence in cooling over stock. You should be able to get a decent OC on that chip too with the H60.

I was originally talking about my sig rig! After taking your input, I've decided to keep my sig rig just the way it is, and just use the H60 on my rackmount server.

Yeah, I hear that the 960t is a great OC'er (however...NOT unlockable for me...mad.gif Knew it wasn't guaranteed, but it would have been nice). Stock cooler is garbage though! I'll be interested to see how she performs under the H60. I need to mod my rack mount server case first though (h60 won't fit currently). That will be for a new thread at a later time. I'll be sure to report back my findings with the H60 and the 960t.

-RYknow

Well, good luck with that. The H series is pretty versitile and Im sure you will be able to do something with it.

Need any help with it, like you said, start a thread with pics and Im sure we can pull something together smile.gif
post #19925 of 28467
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Originally Posted by rudderz666 View Post

can any 1 help i have the H70 with gental typhoons 1800rpm on and my temp are great 26c idle but today i desided to mod my case and had to move 1 case fan from were it was (typhoon1800) but i was thinking off adding this too my H70 as extra fan but wood it better as a extra push or pull or wood it just be makin lass room to work for no reason hope that makes sence lol thx thumb.gif

Don't use it as an extra fan. If you want to improve your cooling a little (very little really, one or two c) then gut one fan (remove the blades and hub) and use it as a shroud on the "push" side between the fan and the cooler. There's no point adding a third fan to an H80 push/pull setup.
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Originally Posted by aas88keyz View Post

IDK if this is the right thread but I feel this question is directly related to the H series coolers. How safe is it to add voltage to my BE965 with H80 as my liquid cooler. Or any AMD processor for that matter. I have read mixed opinions on this but I am currently at 46C load and stable folding among other things and they advise the temp max on a BE965 should be 62C. My Vcore is currently at 1.600V and they suggest air cooling should stop at 1.550V. If I have so much room in temps with H80 as my water cooler do i have that much room left on my Vcore? Anyone?

I don't think you could cause any problems to your H80 (other than the hole) by increasing the voltage on your CPU. You're overclock will fail long before there's any H80 related damage. (long long before) (no, really, I mean LLLOOONNNGGG before) Just remember that the hotter it gets, the more the water in the cooler will expand. Since you have a hole in one of your hoses it's possible the pressure may be enough to rupture your electrical tape fix.
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Originally Posted by -RYknow View Post

Looks like this would be a good thread to ask in. I'm wondering if it's worth swapping my ultra 120 true black (with gentle typhoons in push/pull) for the h60. I would use my gentle typhoons for the h60 as well. Just wondering if i would see an increase in cooling? I currently idle at 24c with an ambient of 22c. I'm running an i7-860 oc'd to 3.46 with a vcore of 1.18v and a vtt of 1.20.

I don't really want to tear my machine apart for nothing. Do you guys thing i will notice a difference?

-RYknow

Personally I don't think you'll see much of a temp difference. The H60 is a great cooler, and can compete with high end air coolers. From what I can see, your cooler IS a high end air cooler. I think your cooler is pretty good already. If you do see a difference I don't think it will be too much. Your cooler gets pretty good reviews. I think you'd have to move to an H80 or H100 to see a significant difference.
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Originally Posted by Siegfried262 View Post

Hey guys,

Turns out my brand new H60 is missing it's Intel bracket. tongue.gif

Don't suppose any of you have a spare you'd be willing to let go?

Just email or phone Corsair. They will send you a new bracket.
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Originally Posted by StormXLR View Post

Getting new set of fans smile.gif but Which fans are good to use on H70? Preferably red LEDs any idea?

You want good fans or fans with red LEDs? If you want good fans, Scythe Gentile Typhoons or Yate Loons, if red LEDs are more important, just pick out any old crap (heh heh).
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post #19926 of 28467
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Don't use it as an extra fan. If you want to improve your cooling a little (very little really, one or two c) then gut one fan (remove the blades and hub) and use it as a shroud on the "push" side between the fan and the cooler. There's no point adding a third fan to an H80 push/pull setup.
I don't think you could cause any problems to your H80 (other than the hole) by increasing the voltage on your CPU. You're overclock will fail long before there's any H80 related damage. (long long before) (no, really, I mean LLLOOONNNGGG before) Just remember that the hotter it gets, the more the water in the cooler will expand. Since you have a hole in one of your hoses it's possible the pressure may be enough to rupture your electrical tape fix.
Personally I don't think you'll see much of a temp difference. The H60 is a great cooler, and can compete with high end air coolers. From what I can see, your cooler IS a high end air cooler. I think your cooler is pretty good already. If you do see a difference I don't think it will be too much. Your cooler gets pretty good reviews. I think you'd have to move to an H80 or H100 to see a significant difference.
Just email or phone Corsair. They will send you a new bracket.
You want good fans or fans with red LEDs? If you want good fans, Scythe Gentile Typhoons or Yate Loons, if red LEDs are more important, just pick out any old crap (heh heh).

cheers dude for the heads up ill see wat i can do and have a mess around ill try somit ill sort a pic to see XD
post #19927 of 28467
So today I decided I would do my by-monthly cleaning of the inside of my PC; just the usual dusting and cleaning of my H70 radiator. During the process I decided to check my screws for my CPU block... and to my surprise, I was able to tighten them quite a bit before I got any resistance. To make a short story even shorter... my CPU temps dropped 10C doh.gif (this is almost a year after building this rig, lol)
post #19928 of 28467
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So today I decided I would do my by-monthly cleaning of the inside of my PC; just the usual dusting and cleaning of my H70 radiator. During the process I decided to check my screws for my CPU block... and to my surprise, I was able to tighten them quite a bit before I got any resistance. To make a short story even shorter... my CPU temps dropped 10C doh.gif (this is almost a year after building this rig, lol)

What kinda temps were you getting before? lol biggrin.gif
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post #19929 of 28467
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What kinda temps were you getting before? lol biggrin.gif
I was idling close to 40C before @ 3.8GHz... now I am sitting at 30C with the exact same settings. I have had trouble in the past getting this chip (1090T sig rig) stable at 4GHz, but I might give it another crack now that my temps are down so much. I think my CPU block was mounted on just enough of an angle when I originally installed it that it felt like it was tight, and once I stood the tower up it probably loosened a little. The twist on design wasn't exactly my friend when installing this cooler, lol. I always attributed the mediocre temps to the closed loop design, but I have new found respect for the H70. Inexplicably my NB temps are down significantly as well headscratch.gif ; and it even gave me a "NEW CPU INSTALLED" message when I first booted up (which scared the hell out of me).
post #19930 of 28467
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Originally Posted by Cmoney View Post

So today I decided I would do my by-monthly cleaning of the inside of my PC; just the usual dusting and cleaning of my H70 radiator. During the process I decided to check my screws for my CPU block... and to my surprise, I was able to tighten them quite a bit before I got any resistance. To make a short story even shorter... my CPU temps dropped 10C doh.gif (this is almost a year after building this rig, lol)

Thats a good cautionary tale for all us H-series owners.

Thanks for sharing this thumb.gif
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