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For 775 you need the two clips that only have one hole

Hmmm....don't think I got those ones with mine. I got the ones I'm using with the AMD bracket and these ones. I'll dig around though.
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As you can see in this picture the 775 and AMD socket use the same clips. The one on the right has only one hole.


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Hey guys whats the best single rad version of these? Is the H70 rad thinner than it once was? I want one with a thick rad but looking on newegg they all look thin. Is the H80 the one to get now?

Also whats the odds of 5ghz with an H80?
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5GHz on what?
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Oops sorry, sig rig. 2600k w/HT
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Hmm, can I be on the list twice? rolleyes.gif

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Oops sorry, sig rig. 2600k w/HT

If you can keep the volts below 1.47v then you'll be fine
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Hmm, can I be on the list twice? rolleyes.gif

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Oops sorry, sig rig. 2600k w/HT

If you can keep the volts below 1.47v then you'll be fine

Thanks man.
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Thanks. Still having trouble finding the H80 fans here in Australia, but I did find this: http://www.auspcmarket.com.au/info/AL-CWCH-FAN120/235/
They are the fans from the H60 which according to the specs have a static pressure of 3.2mm h2o and are 74.4 CFM so that's better static pressure than the fans I already have plus they're quite cheap. Not sure how noisy they would be though. What do you think of these?
Just again to clarify, will 3 pin fans run at full speed if connected through an adapter to a standard 4 pin Molex? Does the same also apply when connected to a fan header on the MB? I think it does but just want to double check.
Thanks

Ok, so I got my new fans and they are definitely the corsair branded fans so I'm quite happy with that. However I learn't that I shouldn't have made assumptions about the fan already hooked up to the H50 in the Alienware PC I have.

When I unhooked the rad to attach the new fans I thought that the fan pulling air through the rad and exhausting out the back of the case looked rather fat which I couldn't see before because it was concealed by the case. Turns out it was this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835706028 and pushes 148.34CFM & max static pressure of 15.29mmH2O.

Obviously these are better specs than either the corsair fans I picked up or Enermax fans I already had at home, so whilst the Delta fan can be a bit loud when it ramps up I'm thinking I'll probably just keep it due to it's specs.

For the moment I've just added one of the Corsair fans on the front of the Rad to push air through and have the Delta fan pulling in an exhaust set up. Do you think that this would be the best config to have these two fans? Or would another config be better?

At the moment the spare corsair fan is just sitting there unopened.

I'm still playing around with my Overclock but at the moment on my 2600k I can go to 4.6Ghz stable with temps maxing out in Intel Burn Test at 72*C, but when I ramp it up to 4.8Ghz I can get it stable but max temp in burn test goes to about 81*C.

What are your thoughts?

Thanks:)
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Ok, so I got my new fans and they are definitely the corsair branded fans so I'm quite happy with that. However I learn't that I shouldn't have made assumptions about the fan already hooked up to the H50 in the Alienware PC I have.
When I unhooked the rad to attach the new fans I thought that the fan pulling air through the rad and exhausting out the back of the case looked rather fat which I couldn't see before because it was concealed by the case. Turns out it was this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835706028 and pushes 148.34CFM & max static pressure of 15.29mmH2O.
Obviously these are better specs than either the corsair fans I picked up or Enermax fans I already had at home, so whilst the Delta fan can be a bit loud when it ramps up I'm thinking I'll probably just keep it due to it's specs.
For the moment I've just added one of the Corsair fans on the front of the Rad to push air through and have the Delta fan pulling in an exhaust set up. Do you think that this would be the best config to have these two fans? Or would another config be better?
At the moment the spare corsair fan is just sitting there unopened.
I'm still playing around with my Overclock but at the moment on my 2600k I can go to 4.6Ghz stable with temps maxing out in Intel Burn Test at 72*C, but when I ramp it up to 4.8Ghz I can get it stable but max temp in burn test goes to about 81*C.
What are your thoughts?
Thanks:)

One of the fans is going to burn out if it's mismatched, especially by that much (it'll probably be the delta that goes first). The slower fan is going to act like a drag on the bigger one.

*Edit-if you do use that setup make sure the more powerful fan (the Delta) is the pull fan. And definately don't ramp it up to full speed. TOO much of a mismatch there imho but someone correct me if I'm wrong.
Edited by Bubba Hotepp - 4/25/12 at 6:03pm
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One of the fans is going to burn out if it's mismatched, especially by that much (it'll probably be the delta that goes first). The slower fan is going to act like a drag on the bigger one.
*Edit-if you do use that setup make sure the more powerful fan (the Delta) is the pull fan. And definately don't ramp it up to full speed. TOO much of a mismatch there imho but someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Thanks for the response. Maybe I'll just try out/compare using the 2xCorsair Fans to the setup I've got now, Or maybe I'm better off just sticking with the one strong Delta fan. I guess only experimenting is going to give me the answer to what works better.

As far as using the stronger fan as the pull fan, on another forum I got the opposite advise saying to use the stonger fan as the push fan, otherwise the weaker push fan will starve the weaker pull fan. It's hard to know what's right, nevertheless I appreciate all the advice I'm getting. Certainly gives me some options/ideas to consider.
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