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It really sounds to me like it might be an airflow issue. How is the airflow in your case? Was it set as an exhuast or intake? 2 x S Flex will move a lot of air either way. If your systemn is not balanced it will "jam" the airflow and cause temps to rise quite a bit.
I thought that was it too, so I completely removed the radiator with the two fans attached and had it open air (neither intake or exhaust). I am certain if I went 38mm San Ace + Shroud + Rad + 38mm San Ace <- I would get much better temps. However, with my $26 delivered Mugen 2 doing so much better, its hard for me to justify the H50 + all the fixin's right now.

Anyway, I WANT the Corsair H50 to work because I find it makes my system look so much more badass.

Thanks for all the help. I am hoping somebody who had a Mugen 2 + H50 experience will drop by this thread some time and give me his/her two cents....
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I thought that was it too, so I completely removed the radiator with the two fans attached and had it open air (neither intake or exhaust). I am certain if I went 38mm San Ace + Shroud + Rad + 38mm San Ace <- I would get much better temps. However, with my $26 delivered Mugen 2 doing so much better, its hard for me to justify the H50 + all the fixin's right now.

Anyway, I WANT the Corsair H50 to work because I find it makes my system look so much more badass.

Thanks for all the help. I am hoping somebody who had a Mugen 2 + H50 experience will drop by this thread some time and give me his/her two cents....
i7's runs hot, if you want to see real hot, get an 860! What do you expect from running at 4+ ghz? My 860 hits 80 from 3.8ghz, but then again, that is from running LinX with maximum memory. I dont think I have seen it hit 60 from normal usage.

Update:

Just looked at your previous post too. If one core if 6 deg more, you probably mismounted it. You need to make sure it 'clicks' in, wiggle that H50 till you can feel it is locked in, and make sure it stays that way while tightening. Also make sure the 'nuts' on the back plate is in properly, mine tend to 'jump' out from time to time when loosening the mounting screws.
Edited by leppie - 1/19/10 at 9:50pm
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3 pin to molex (at least mine is), 4 pin will also work if that's what you have. You probably have one kicking around if you have bought a fan in the past.
I only have the adapters that came in with my Lian Li case. They use black and red wire. The yellow wire is only used to show rpms. Do you think it is going t o be enough? SO basically, I will not be able to see pump rpms but it will be running at full once I connect it to the molex.

Thank you for your help!

p.s. I guess I have just answered my own question. /-:
http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=84200
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I have got two of these but not sure whether I should keep them.

Very important questions. I own an ASus P5Q Deluxe and P5Q Pro motherboards and my fan settings in the bios are set to quiet. Will the pump get enough power from the mobo?
Are the fan settings fixed on quiet? Normally you can go in and override each one, just set the one that you have the pump attatched to at 100%. Failing that you can connect the pump to the molex as you've suggested. You will have to connect the RED wire from the pump to the YELLOW wire on the molex, and the BLACK wire on the pump to the BLACK wire on the molex.

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Pssh, way to delete my name from the quote
Sorry xD

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Ladies and gents, I'd like to pose an idea and see what your thoughts are. Given that most people don't want to increase their rad surface area or add a higher flow rate pump and res, the only other viable alternative I can see for improving the cooling of the H50 is to increase the airflow over the rad. Doing so with with a 38mm fan is just too noisey an option for me. So what if I were to add a 120mm to 140mm fan adapter at each end? theoretically a 140mm fan could pump in more air without increasing the noise. Moreover the compression to 120mm should further speed up the air (venturi effect) providing an even better cooling solution. Thoughts?
I thought about this a few times and thought it was a nice idea. A few things you'll need to think about are the clearance on your motherboard I/O panel and stuff around there and any plugs/sockets such as the 8-pin CPU plug.
The next problem is how you would make such a shroud to fit this, to stop disturbance from forming your 140-120mm shroud would have to be conical shaped, at least internally. I contemplated doing this out of acrylic but it would be a very difficult job.
Finally you would need to consider fan choice. The fans you chose will effectively lose static pressure by pushing the air into a smaller space, because of the resistance of the radiator a good amount of the fans energy will be spent compressing the air so it will lose some power. I still think it will be worthwhile, and you should see an improvement over 120mm fans but make sure you pick your 140mm fans wisely - you'll want to concentrate even more on static pressure.
I actually considered hooking this up to my antec bigboy 200mm fan

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Well, as I see it Killhouse, someone has to add some class to this thread...
Oh, who?
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my results intelburn
am will try occt butt ell me cpu.occt?cpu linpark? or other 3 test and test duration.
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I've finally finished moving the parts from my old case to my new HAF 922. So here are the pictures I promised ~ 80 pages ago.

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mindblank that is super clean great work!!!!!!!!!!!
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i have 3 position in bios seeting.smart fan,manual by rpm and manual by duty.
in my case smart fan on.is it best ?
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Nice set up///



Your temps seem a tad high though but I dont have that much experience with your CPU... (maybe its just me) My load temps on OCCT never got over 49c

1) Do you have Smart CPU fan diabled on your BIOS?
2) Do you have it as intake or exhaust.
i have 3 postion my case smart fan on.is it best ?sition in bios seeting.smart fan,manual by rpm and manual by duty.
in my case smart fan on.is it best ?
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i have 3 position in bios seeting.smart fan,manual by rpm and manual by duty.
in my case smart fan on.is it best ?
Set it to manual 100% duty.
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