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So far, temps are pretty decent. I ran Intel Burn Test 2.4 to test stability and to see how well the H50 cools my i7 920 OC'd @ 4.01GHz. Here were my results:

IBT - "High" Stress Test - 20 passes - Core Temps were 61,58,59,56.

Just for overkill, I decided to really push things with a much higher stress test:
IBT - "Very High" Stress Test - 20 passes - Core Temps were 66,64,65,61.
I didnt get a chance to comment on your rig & temps.... sex on a stick bro - very nice!
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I didnt get a chance to comment on your rig & temps.... sex on a stick bro - very nice!
Thanks Sethy!
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You have a nice case, when I tried a front intake like that, the hot air coming from the rad just caused my system to start thermal throttling, even though CPU temps were just over 70 deg.

Changed back to exhaust, temps were 5-7 deg higher, but no thermal throttle any more

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@dude120: No problem with the fan controller idea, that should work great. Im curious to know if you notice a noise level drop from the pump when you undervolt it? It's currently the noisiest thing in my case.
That's it, I hate you! (j/k)

With 9 fans, I cant here my pump at all!
Edited by leppie - 2/11/10 at 9:39pm
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You have a nice case, when I tried a front intake like that, the hot air coming from the rad just caused my system to start thermal throttling, even though CPU temps were just over 70 deg.

Changed back to exhaust, temps were 5-7 deg higher, but no thermal throttle any more
hmm that's weird. the only intake in my case has the rad over it and my system runs nice and cool... the only time I have ever felt noticeably heated air coming out the rad was after 20min of prime95 small ffts and even then the PC was running fine.
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hmm that's weird. the only intake in my case has the rad over it and my system runs nice and cool... the only time I have ever felt noticeably heated air coming out the rad was after 20min of prime95 small ffts and even then the PC was running fine.
Just you wait for summer!

I think it is probably some motherboard activation happening, as I can prevent it to throttle, if I turn TM off in the BIOS. Does not seem CPU related.

It could be due to the fact that I dont have real heatsinks on my MOSFETS (I did stick on some ran sinks 'for fun').

I'll try different setups again in the winter, but in my case, under load, there are plenty of hot air coming out of the rad...
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You have a nice case, when I tried a front intake like that, the hot air coming from the rad just caused my system to start thermal throttling, even though CPU temps were just over 70 deg.

Changed back to exhaust, temps were 5-7 deg higher, but no thermal throttle any more



That's it, I hate you! (j/k)

With 9 fans, I cant here my pump at all!
lol, this is why a Full Tower ATX is a must!
my ambients are ~17c!
Will upload pics tomorow most likely as soldering the fan wires to the 3 pin connector is taking a bit. (stupid soldering iron is taking forever to heat up)
Also, anyone have advice for a good h50 mod? Im going to see if i can pic up a micro reservoir soon.
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@leppie
I will be checking on that, thanks for the heads up, right now I have not stressed the system at all, no OC. Just put the H50 in, But the air coming in is very cool, plus there is nothing to block the air and keep it from moving up and out. Thet's why I put the rad all the way up top, I have a giant top exhaust fan to suck the air out, plus the dual rear exhaust fans pulling the air out. The side fan next to the video cards blows cold air in, I know you can't really tell from the pics, but the window is just behind the pc, and is open. Winter time and it keeps the whole area quite cool. The three (3) front fans keep the cold air moving quite well from front to back. My old temps were as followed.

OLD.......CPU: 40-42c, MOBO: 32-33c, SPP: 59c, MCP: 59-60c. (idle)w/Ultra TECw/Push-Pull.
NEW......CPU: 31-33c, MOBO: 29-31c, SPP: 54-55c, MCP: 55c. (idle)w/H50 Push-Pull Mod.

I saw the post before where the user was a little disgusted at people posting idle temps, but that is all I had time for, as I had to go to work. So, as stated before I still need to OC, and stress it, to find my real temps (gains/percentages). I will be doing that shortly when I have time, as I am writing this within 20 min. of getting home from work, at 2:45am. Bed Time. But I will honestly keep an eye on that -leppie- (thermal throttling), and update when tested. As for now, I am quite happy with the results. This is a gaming rig for the most part, but I would like to hit the 4ghz mark, which I have not done. OCer in training, lol. More of a gamer. Thanks........Evo
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I made my H50 with exhaust fans (it's unfortunately the only way).
Now i want to order for pull fan exhaust "Feser/Noiseblocker Triebwerk TK-121 NB-Multiframe" ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=26044 ). What would be the best (and quitest ) fan for pushing? Stock (corsair), Gentle, S-flex, etc (anything that performance-pcs have).....

Now i have 2xS-flex (just 1200RPM) and i want something better but still quiet and don't want to oder something too weak or too strong....

I have FAN->shroud->RAD->FAN

Thanks for any advice!!!!!!!!
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I made my H50 with exhaust fans (it's unfortunately the only way).
Now i want to order for pull fan exhaust "Feser/Noiseblocker Triebwerk TK-121 NB-Multiframe" ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=26044 ). What would be the best (and quitest ) fan for pushing? Stock (corsair), Gentle, S-flex, etc (anything that performance-pcs have).....

Now i have 2xS-flex (just 1200RPM) and i want something better but still quiet and don't want to oder something too weak or too strong....

I have FAN->shroud->RAD->FAN

Thanks for any advice!!!!!!!!
I would go for the TK-122 1800RPM version, you can control its speed right down to 600RPM and you wont hear it. Thats what I use right now.

To be honest you dont really need a push fan with that thing on there. I have mine in push with no pull fan and I got lower temps than I did when I had two 25mm fans.

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@killhouse
Thanks, that's a new info
Didn't know it's that good
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