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Long overdue, but, finally got a camera. lol I'm not the best photographer by any means and my case is a bit dirty at the moment, as I just installed my little air/wind tunnel mod inside the case to help pull in cold air from the front and dump it right into the middle of the case. For now, I've opted to keep my H50 mounted in the rear with push/pull fans as exhaust. I've considered moving the H50 inside my little wind/air tunnel contraption, but, maybe at a later date.

Pics below! Sorry if some were taken sideways and you have to turn your head. lol

For anyone interested. This little tunnel was assembled with the following parts..

(1) Scythe Kama Bay Plus
(1) Gentle Typhoon 1850
(1) Yate Loon 1650 (Blue Led's)
(2) Technofront 42mm Airboxes
Nice GT pr0n.
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post #3592 of 28303
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Originally Posted by xmisery View Post
Long overdue, but, finally got a camera. lol I'm not the best photographer by any means and my case is a bit dirty at the moment, as I just installed my little air/wind tunnel mod inside the case to help pull in cold air from the front and dump it right into the middle of the case. For now, I've opted to keep my H50 mounted in the rear with push/pull fans as exhaust. I've considered moving the H50 inside my little wind/air tunnel contraption, but, maybe at a later date.

Pics below! Sorry if some were taken sideways and you have to turn your head. lol

For anyone interested. This little tunnel was assembled with the following parts..

(1) Scythe Kama Bay Plus
(1) Gentle Typhoon 1850
(1) Yate Loon 1650 (Blue Led's)
(2) Technofront 42mm Airboxes
that looks amazing!
What kind of Temps are you getting?
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My results so far.

Ai Overclock Tuner [Manual]
CPU Ratio Setting [21.0]
BCLK Frequency [200]
PCIE Frequency [100]
QPI Link Data Rate [Auto]

CPU Voltage Control [Manual]
CPU Voltage [1.28750]
CPU PLL Voltage [1.80]
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage [1.23125]
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IOH PCIE Voltage [Auto]
ICH Voltage [1.20]
ICH PCIE Voltage [Auto]
DRAM Bus Voltage [1.64]

Load-Line Calibration [Enabled]
CPU Differential Amplitude [800mV]
CPU Clock Skew [Delay 300ps]
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C1E Support [Disabled]
Hardware Prefetcher [Enabled]
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch [Enabled]
Intel(r) Virtualization Tech [Enabled]
CPU TM Function [Enabled]
Execute Disable Bit [Enabled]
Intel(r) HT Technology [Disabled]
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why do people insist on showing idle temps?
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I'm having a strange problem, I'm not sure if its H50 or MOBO related...

I just installed my H50 and I turned it on when the computer was sideways and sidepanel/sidefan removed, everything worked fine so I figured time to button her up! I installed the sidepanel along with the 3pin sidefan , put the computer in its normal housing location and turned on the PC. First thing I did was load core-temp and to my horror it was at 60* and rising, I have my emergency cutoff at 65* so it turned off very quickly.

I opened the case back up and assumed I had not tightened it down enough, so I tightened it as much as I could before snapping the little bushings and turned it back on (again without the sidepanel) and it was fine, idling around 40* (oc my 965 to 3600 currently) which is much better than my previous 50* idle. So again I go to install the sidepanel and turn on the computer and again the computer shuts itself off with thermal protection. I'm like ***? So I'm inspecting what the sidepanel could possibly affect, and I see that it does press slightly on the hoses as they bulge out the side a bit in my small antec 300. So I leave the panel off and move the hoses slightly while the computer is turned on and the temps stay the same. I install the sidepanel and they still stay the same (after the computer has been on , this is without the sidefan). This is its current state, and I've been running Prime95 and the highest it's gotten is 52* @ 100%load all 4 cores.

Is it possible having the side fan is pulling to much amp's through the board and causing everything else (including the pump) to slow down causing the heat buildup? This is very strange... I have used the sidefan totally fine with my previous Arctic Cooler 7 and never had a problem. I have the h50 in a push/pull setup with the stock Antec300 rear fan and stock H50 corsair fan.

Any suggestions or opinions would be greatly appreciated! I do not have an external fan controller so I am unable to troubleshoot the mobo itself If I did have the fan controller I would just hook up every fan to it, and see if the problem persists.

EDIT I forgot to say I have 2 frontpanel fan's 3pin, 1 h50 pump 3pin, 1 corsair rad fan 4pin, and with the sidepanel that makes an extra 1sidefan 3pin... so 6 fans loaded through the mobo.
Edited by twistid - 2/11/10 at 6:09pm
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post #3596 of 28303
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why do people insist on showing idle temps?
okay look at the high reading, instead of the current. This is under 100% cpu load. ran quite a few 3d mark 06 tests, and played world in conflict for 4 hours straight. no problems.



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Verrrry nice temps for an i7 there 00smurf
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post #3598 of 28303
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why do people insist on showing idle temps?
Because we can

Seriously, why not? Its a valid baseline. Statistically speaking, you need a minimum and a maximum value to define a valid range.

I dont see a problem really
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I'm having a strange problem, I'm not sure if its H50 or MOBO related...
You may done this and Ive missed it...

Have you disconnected the fan and installed the side panel?

Have you tried the whole setup in an upright (normal) position?

My first thought was "air bubble" but it would be a constant thing... side panel or not..
Edited by Sethy666 - 2/11/10 at 6:32pm
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@ twistid,
I had the same problems, then I went straight into the bios-sytem monitor, and checked my temps, turned my fans all on to high as I normally due (everything was reset during the build process, from being unplugged so long.) and saved, then exited. And walla- the temps were good and actually decreased a little. I guess from when the pumped needed to warm up on the H50. (just a guess) works fine now though. Hope it helps.
    
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