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Originally Posted by GAMERIG View Post
CONGRATS! you got HAF922.. I bet that you really pleasure with HAF922 and H50..
So there is an H50 group, and HAF group, seems there are enough of us to have a HAF50 group

Got about 3 or 4 shipments coming in over the next two days, when they do I will retest all my fans through the H50 rad to measure drop. Also going to get a 5.25" voltage regulator so I can play around with my UK3K's a bit. Shrouds should be coming in as well hopefully. Should be able to measure flow through the rad w/ the H50 pump as well this weekend.
    
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Originally Posted by GAMERIG View Post
CONGRATS! you got HAF922.. I bet that you really pleasure with HAF922 and H50..
Yes, I was already pretty happy with the H50, I just wasn't terribly happy with the Stacker 830, I'm already liking the HAF much better.
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Sign me up, I just installed my H50 last night!
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Sign me up, I just installed my H50 last night!
Look how close you are to 1337
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Count me in on this club please ^^


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I have just finished uploading the video tutorial to youtube.
this post should be put in the FAQ in the OP.

once again... great job racer.
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Count me in on this club please ^^
How you doing w/ the volume on those UKazes?
    
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post #3338 of 28247
Ive not seen the H50 mounted this way but is there any reason why the following mounting would not work ?

Case Rear|Rad|Fan Blowing out though Rad.

Instead of the usual single fan setup of -
Case Rear|Fan|Rad
post #3339 of 28247
Has anyone in this thread used one of these?
http://www.ncixus.com/products/35702...012200/Asetek/
http://www.northq.com/products/coolers/nq3590.html

I'm thinking of getting one instead of the H50 because of the larger rad.
If yes are they weaker in other ways compared to the H50?

I don't have any 120mm fan vents on my old Lian-Li...
So I may have to find a way to mount the rad externally.

Not sure if the hoses are going to be long enough though.

Thanks.
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There should a new criteria is measuring CPU / GFX temps..

Winter load
Summer load

I get all excited with my temps in winter and they go to hell-in-a-hand-basket soon as summer lands
I agree! It's baking here in South Africa too. Not too bad today, but my case still sits at 31 deg idle. Lucky with 9 fans (2 for H50 + 1 PSU + 6 others) keep my case from gaining anymore than 2-3 deg under load.

In your other post you said your case gets to 50 deg! Oh man, I freaked out when it hit 38 in mine.

Anyways, the following mod (cost me less than US$5), helps a lot to create more turbulence in my case, and case temps are down 3-4 deg and CPU temps are about 4-6 deg down. Note: I have the side window model, so those 2 fans just 'spreads' fresh air. No intake, so I have 3 intake, 2 for turbulence and 4 exhaust. (I also wish I had better camera, so I can show how the smokey effect looks on the bottom blue fan, basically sanded a transparent fan, now the LED's look like they are blowing out smoke ).

Attachment 140194

For some dumb reason ASUS decides to put the motherboard sensor right below the PCI-E x16 slot... There is no logical airflow there, except if you take off all your slot covers.

And here are my temps:

Attachment 140198

And before you ask W T F is that app, it's a little app I wrote to monitor every thing 3/4 utilities does, and due to the fact that my ASUS mobo (and maybe the whole range) has a bug in it's temperature calibration method in the ACPI. Currently it only does i7, the basic ASUS super i/o hw monitor chip (which is the same as many other manufacturers), and the ASUS EPU chip (for real VID and power consumption). The application is pretty much enough for me*, but as a bonus I will release it as opensource, so people can actually add support for more H/W monitor chips. I had to pretty much learn all this stuff from reverse-engineering and had a hard time finding info (funny enough, the linux kernel is a great source for getting insight into these things, but alas it is not quite enough). Took me about 4-5 weeks to figure most stuff out, and has been a great learning exercise for an experienced high level programmer. I also plan on writing an article on the program, and how to add support for other chips, in a few weeks.

OK, that was way off-topic, but the time has come!

* That's not true, I still want to find out how to get HDD and GP temps! (and those TurboV settings for voltages, which you can get via ACPI)

PS: Also note how awesome the ASUS EPU does load-line calibration by default! My load volts are within 0.0125V of my BIOS setting, even on this entry-level mobo.


Edited by leppie - 2/5/10 at 6:42am
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