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! No idea why Corsair recommends it to be intake ....
They actually changed their stance on it after everyone starting dicking with running two fans on it as exhaust and re did the video for it.
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Well, a week ago I posted about ordering up some fans, shrouds and a new front intake so I could try out a bunch of different combination's of things. For now, I settled on this:

Installed the Scythe Kama Bay Plus (took up 3x 5.25" bays)
- mounted a 120x42mm Airbox inside closest to the front
- followed by a GT 1850
- followed by another 120x42mm Airbox
- followed by another GT 1850

This created an air tunnel to pull/push cool air smack into the middle of my case.

I then setup my H50 radiator as push/pull exhaust using 2 different fans.
- GT 1850 [push]
- YL 1650 (Blue LED) [pull]

So far, I'm very pleased with the results. This system is super quiet and yields amazing results!

i7 920 @ 4.0GHz @ 1.192v
Ambient 23c
Idle 34c-38c
Load 60c-66c (Intel Burn Test v2.4 - Stress Level "High" - 20 passes)

(do these seem like decent temps to everyone? Is that considered a good stress test?)

I also have a TFC Xtender Shroud sitting here, that I want to incorporate somehow. I may pull out either the YL or GT from the radiator and just do a single fan w/ the 31mm TFC shroud and see how that does. I didn't want to place any fans on the outside of the case, but, I may end up doing that just to see what kind of temp drops I will see.
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i7 920 @ 4.0GHz @ 1.192v
Ambient 23c
Idle 34c-38c
Load 60c-66c (Intel Burn Test v2.4 - Stress Level "High" - 20 passes)

(do these seem like decent temps to everyone? Is that considered a good stress test?)

I also have a TFC Xtender Shroud sitting here, that I want to incorporate somehow. I may pull out either the YL or GT from the radiator and just do a single fan w/ the 31mm TFC shroud and see how that does. I didn't want to place any fans on the outside of the case, but, I may end up doing that just to see what kind of temp drops I will see.
Looks real good to me! Running exhaust works best in most cases.

Your temps look pretty darn good! Don't worry about a lot of posters temps with Idles in the upper 20's.. I think its because its Winter and ambient temps are really low!

Nice setup! Take some pics
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Just got done modding my H50 with my the help of my father (hollywood406). Unfortunately my temps did not get any better. Oh well, at least they didn't get any worse.


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You should put on another fan for push/pull setup which could give you better temps. Nice mod!! Btw, what's the size of barb n tube that you used? Thanks
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So I just bought and installed the H50 in my rig. I ran it under my normal overclock speed of 3.6ghz and when I run LinX the temps shoot way up to 83c. Previously with my Hyper 212+ I would get temps in the low to mid 70s. My ambient is at 22C. I have time after time reseated the H50 and temps are not changing. Anyone happen to know what I am doing wrong?
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I reversed the fans on my H50 to exhaust instead of intake on a push > pull setup and the CPU idles at 28C now! omg and when playing Crysis for hours it never gets above 41C... I'd say its a HUGE improvement over what I had before..... and my 8800GTX was getting up to 90C while playing games with it on intake ! so I had to switch it around and now it sits around 60C during gaming .....pretty amazing! No idea why Corsair recommends it to be intake .... Very happy now to see the huge difference!
just wanted to bump this to the next page - man these pages go by so fast....
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You should put on another fan for push/pull setup which could give you better temps. Nice mod!! Btw, what's the size of barb n tube that you used? Thanks
Thanks. Those pics were before I put everything back together. I have a push/pull on it right now. The tubing is 1/4".
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So I just bought and installed the H50 in my rig. I ran it under my normal overclock speed of 3.6ghz and when I run LinX the temps shoot way up to 83c. Previously with my Hyper 212+ I would get temps in the low to mid 70s. My ambient is at 22C. I have time after time reseated the H50 and temps are not changing. Anyone happen to know what I am doing wrong?
The only other thing I can think of that would cause something like that is the Fan control. Make sure you run your pump at full speed (~1450 rpm). So whichever fan port you have your pump plugged into, go into Bios and disable any fan controls that are auto and make sure it's running at 100%.
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The only other thing I can think of that would cause something like that is the Fan control. Make sure you run your pump at full speed (~1450 rpm). So whichever fan port you have your pump plugged into, go into Bios and disable any fan controls that are auto and make sure it's running at 100%.
All my fan controls were disabled. Pump is running at around 1400RPM and the fan is running around 1620RPM. I am beginning to pull my hair over this thing
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