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Originally Posted by mr. Charles View Post
goonies........uhhhh....WHAT's with the temp on the CPU v core & the 12v rail???
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The VCore looks normal, but the 12V reading needs some guessing. It depends on how the voltage is stepped down with external resistors to get it in the 0v to 2.048v range. Normally this would be a divider of 7, but it could be different for each motherboard model.

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So I asked if my Yate Loon d12sm-12 would be good enough in a push/pull setup and someone said yes..

Went out and bought 2 Ultra Kaze anyways for this setup, they're pretty big!

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That's nice of you to listen to me, NOT!

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Does anyone know where I can find the maximum rated current draw from a gigabyte UD5P fan header? I want to hook up 2 fans that are rated at 0.51 amps each...
Your motherboard manual (that PDF) should list it. Even on my crappy one, I have 1A. The ROG boards got 2.5A or 3A. Intel boards also has high supply current.

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Originally Posted by tlxxxsracer View Post
For my mobo it says "The fan connectors support cooling fans of 350mA-2000mA (24W max.) or a total of 1A07A (84W max) at +12V."
Does that mean I can connect my Scythe Ultra to my mobo? I have the pump connected to the cpu_fan and the corsair to the PWR_fan.
Would this work then? What if I were to plug in 2 scythes?
It should work. From what I understand, you can draw up to 2A per header and 7A in total (I guess you have about 4/5 headers right?).
Edited by leppie - 1/27/10 at 10:04pm
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Ok.. so I kind've remembered that my friend installing my H50.. twisted the h50 while applying pressure to get it on the CPU. He also flattened the TIM on the CPU using a business card, and applied the extra to the H50. He uses AS5 (80percent sure, because we both don't remember..he also said it's some expensive some at the time..and MX2 kind've looks like it so it's a great educated guess). I've been having some OCs problems.. and want to re-apply tim, and get some new fans (currently using CM R4s /w RED LEDs).

I'm sure this has been covered a billion times, but I'm sick and just have a headache using this CRT monitor. Can someone link me to some videos/picture guides that show me how to remove tim, and re-apply it on the H50? Please, I know it's an annoying thing to do..but I'm about to break down with pain :*(

I was thinking about buying the same TIM that the H50 comes with, but I'm willing to try whatever you guys recommend. Also, I have to take a picture of my current TIM..maybe you guys can evaluate if there are any air bubbles..or if it was applied excessively.

So what fan to buy (noise is not a problem, and I don't have a fan controller), and what TIM..and it wouldn't hurt to say I want to purchase these things online (so please a link would help a lot)?


Thank you so much for reading all this, it means a lot. *turns away from monitor, with a headache*
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post #2523 of 28303
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Your motherboard manual (that PDF) should list it. Even on my crappy one, I have 1A. The ROG boards got 2.5A or 3A. Intel boards also has high supply current.
It doesent, unfortunately. Grrr. Sent their support team an email though.


There's a nice video, remove the previous TIM with a lint-free cloth, it's easy. As for TIM - MX3 or AS5 are cheap and good, Shin Etsu and IC Diamond 7 are both more expensive but slightly better (Shin Etsu comes on the H50 originally).

Not really clued up on fans, the scythe 2ks are popular I think.
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Thanks pal, and do you think I should apply the TIM to the H50 or the CPU.

Side note: looks like he applied TIM the same way, hmmm... I still think mine might need a re-seat..just so I got one possible problem out of the way. Same concept with new fans, and TIM.
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Nice set up, but IMHO you should turn your PSU around and let it get cool air from outside the case. Great case BTW, I owned the Raven 2 too
But my H50 is exhausting the hot air up out of the case. Wouldn't that blow the hot air right up into that fan then blow it across the radiator?

Oh and on those temps I cheated I had my window AC unit going it was a freezing 69F in my room.
Edited by goonies - 1/27/10 at 10:20pm
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You should apply it to the CPU because the block overlaps it, and you could get it in the wrong place. A much easier method (I find) for applying the TIM is just to place 5 small dots on the CPU (one in each corner, one in the middle). In order to not twist the unit you would have to seat the block and then tighten the ring around it afterwards. Unlike their seating technique which requires a twist.
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You should apply it to the CPU because the block overlaps it, and you could get it in the wrong place. A much easier method (I find) for applying the TIM is just to place 5 small dots on the CPU (one in each corner, one in the middle). In order to not twist the unit you would have to seat the block and then tighten the ring around it afterwards. Unlike their seating technique which requires a twist.
So I'm confused.. what do you recommend me doing? applying the 5 dots, and just pushing the H50 down with some pressure..and quickly tightening it down..without moving it side to side (like im dancing in the club)?
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So I'm confused.. what do you recommend me doing? applying the 5 dots, and just pushing the H50 down with some pressure..and quickly tightening it down..without moving it side to side (like im dancing in the club)?
Moving it a little wont matter, it might even help spread it more even. I normally just twist it a few degrees left and right while pushing down. Then straighten, align and tighten up in X pattern.
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Ok + rep to you both, but I doubt my R4s are the best fan setup for push/pull.

What can I purchase online that would be the best? Or close to to it? Like I said noise isn't that much a problem, but I don't have a fan controller
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Wow, Ultra Kaze > radiator > Ultra Kaze is an extremely tight fit, mere millimeters away from so many things!

Pics after install like I said....literally taken while typing this


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