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Maybe your case airflow? I noticed that as exhaust in my 902. I also have that bigboy fan up top. So I think it was stealing air away.. and I didnt have much intake air either.
I noticed having intake itll drop 2C or so. Im using the ultra kaze 3000-push and R4-pull
I noticed that, too, Seemed the Bigboy on high (-134) was confusing airflow. I have Bigboy "low" now, especially after I noticed overall case airflow CFMs was a too high "negative" flow (-89). So I have adjust the Bigboy to low, and am running my other fans (blackfire 4's) at very tolerable mid & high speeds
Current fan config:
79 front upper exhaust (blackfire4)
70 front lower intake (blackfire4)
83 top bigboy
90 H50 rear intake (2 x CMR4 Push/Pull)
38 GTX260 GPU (stock evga cooler)
20 92mm PWM Nidec GPU/Case Exhaust
56 side intake (blackfire4)
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216 intake - 220 exhaust
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-4 negative, which is just the way I like it, slightly negative airflow.

In a day or two when the rest of my parts come in though, it will all change up -- doing the tubing mod, and will mount the radiator externally. Before I cut into any tubing though, I am going to remount my Xiggy 1283 with my two new CMR4's in Push/Pull, with the "tape mod", and see how my temps are. If the temps are only differing 2-3 degrees from my temps with the H50 (47 max under load) I think I will ditch the H50 and get both my feet completely wet by going to a fully custom WC loop instead of modding the tubing & adding the tiny Repack reservoir I bought, which I think can only reduce temps by another 1-2, maybe 3 max.

Might as well go for it, I figure, especially now that I have learned so much about WC, from my 2 months hanging out here in H50 thread-ville (and while my H50 is still in stock shape & therefore more sale-able).
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You think, c'mon... You don't need "relevant comparative data", all you need is just to buy and find out for your self. Just get the cooler already.
Easy there tiger

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A 120mm radiator vs a 240mm radiator made by the same company, the 240mm should be a easy win.
Well at a casual observation one would assume that...
But many claim there are substantive improvements (differing opinions over what exactly) to the H50.
So these may well give it a boost "despite" having a much smaller rad.

This 5% difference was only claimed for the NQ-3590...
No idea if it's the same for the LCLC 240mm, I'm still establishing whether both are exactly the same.
I've finally got feedback from one vendor, so hopefully I'll know soon.

Then it's just a matter of finding anything that backs those claims.
If there isn't anything, then I'll pick one based on recent reviews & what each Co. has said.
Then I may do some final quick comparisons with the H50...

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If someone hasn't done a review on them yet it's gona be some time before they do, if anyone ends up doing it.
I haven't looked closely enough,
Which is why I said I'll post when/if I find something, when I actually do look closely.
Edited by jalyst - 2/9/10 at 4:12am
post #3493 of 28303
Hi Guys,

what's the best position for the H50 setup to get rid of air bubles !? (choose a number)

1- The default position like this :



2- Or up side down like this :



3- Or like this :


AND Is there any problem if the cpu block/pump and the Radiator were at a different level like this:



or it's better at the same level ?
Edited by alayoubi - 2/9/10 at 3:46am
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Hi Guys,

what's the best position for the H50 setup to get rid of air bubles !? (choose a number)
It's a closed system, it should not matter, you should only hear a bit of gurgling for at most 10 seconds if you H50 changed orientation.
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2. I find the res inside the pump can let the air out quicker this way and there's less chance of it staying air locked.

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Thats the key here, you dont happen to know the PSI drop over the stock radiator do you?
Unfortunately there has been no real world testing done on the h50 rad as far as pressure drop goes, you can only guess. Which I don't recommend.
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Hi Guys,

what's the best position for the H50 setup to get rid of air bubles !? (choose a number)
Whatever air might be found in a stock H50 loop isn't going anywhere, not until that loop is cracked into to do some modding -- not having to worry about eliminating air bubbles is part of the reason to buy an All-In-One.

In a 'modded' H50, adding a Reservoir or T-Line at the highest point is the ideal way to bleed her, right guys?
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It's a closed system, it should not matter, you should only hear a bit of gurgling for at most 10 seconds if you H50 changed orientation.
Your right , that's what happen indeed .

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Whatever air might be found in a stock H50 loop isn't going anywhere, not until that loop is cracked into to do some modding -- not having to worry about eliminating air bubbles is part of the reason to buy an All-In-One.

In a 'modded' H50, adding a Reservoir or T-Line at the highest point is the ideal way to bleed her, right guys?
Thanks 4 replying , take a look at this link regarding the setup position & tell me yr opinion at 35sec from begining :

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You think? Come on, it has more surface area to do a more efficient heat exchange with. You don't need "relevant comparative data", all you need is just to buy and find out for your self. A 120mm radiator vs a 240mm radiator made by the same company, the 240mm should be a easy win. Just get the cooler already. If someone hasn't done a review on them yet it's gona be some time before they do, if anyone ends up doing it.
Check this out, After closer review he is testing a asetek 240mm rad and pump unit. Performence is only very slightly more than the H50...problem seems to be not enough flow rate through the larger rad. I suspect the H50 pump would be faced with the same problem if you were to add-on a 240 mm rad to it...even a low resistance rad.
    
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Check this out, After closer review he is testing a asetek 240mm rad and pump unit. Performence is only very slightly more than the H50...problem seems to be not enough flow rate through the larger rad. I suspect the H50 pump would be faced with the same problem if you were to add-on a 240 mm rad to it...even a low resistance rad.
Opps forgot the link:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...or-really.html
    
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