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hi all, just finished my new(first)build! got alot of great help reading the posts here. just wanted to say thanks for all the great info.i almost returned my H50 untill i came here! i love it now
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hi all, just finished my new(first)build! got alot of great help reading the posts here. just wanted to say thanks for all the great info.i almost returned my H50 untill i came here! i love it now
Great to hear, and welcome to OCN
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thanks, like i said it was my first build so there was a learning curve i had to deal with. now that i have it figured out my 965 idles at 28c and hits 45c under 100% load. i didnt get to fancy with it just kept every thing simple and its workin great now. wish now i would of went with a modular psu though! Next time i will know
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....i just received . THIS . = Corsair AMD bracket & backplate: top Ring retainer is of stronger/thicker mold type material, seem's heavy like maybe has metal in there somewhere...idk. . . . but at least it's beefy'r than the Original "tin" like ring retainer, and this one has the 4 long screw's with "Spring" compression hold-down on each of the 4 leg's..... > > > > BUT, for the back plate that came with = Nice thick METAL type with the 4-thread-cap_stud's for the hold-down screw's; BIG PROBLEM => came with a BEND in the middle ! !? ! !? !?.....THIS i do NOT believe is suppose to be there !! ...{ i can fit 3(ea)dimes for in the bend-gap } .....called back from where i got this from, and they open'd up a few other boxes only to find the same.........Look's to be Factory/defect = BAD Qual.Cntrl . . . . > > > > needless to say, this Bend can NOT be there, for then the screw's would tend to Strip it's thread's Or even NOT line up accordingly; SO, i have decided to commence to "Fabricate" this bend to make it flat with my trusty "BFH" of a tool . . . . . . . and keep this rather than spend then Return_shipping fee required to send back..... > > > >
> > > > all in , just wanted to share this and alert other's to watch out for this when you do order/receive such . . . .
. . . .BUT, IMHO= this IS a better hold-down than the original "tin" ring retainer by far . . . . . .

mr-Charles .


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Edited by mr-Charles - 2/12/10 at 11:04am
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....i just received . THIS . = Corsair AMD bracket & backplate: top Ring retainer is of stronger/thicker mold type material, seem's heavy like maybe has metal in there somewhere...idk. . . . but at least it's beefy'r than the Original "tin" like ring retainer, and this one has the 4 long screw's with "Spring" compression hold-down on each of the 4 leg's..... > > > > BUT, for the back plate that came with = Nice thick METAL type with the 4-thread-cap_stud's for the hold-down screw's; BIG PROBLEM => came with a BEND in the middle ! !? ! !? !?.....THIS i do NOT believe is suppose to be there !! ...{ i can fit 3(ea)dimes for in the bend-gap } .....called back from where i got this from, and they open'd up a few other boxes only to find the same.........Look's to be Factory/defect = BAD Qual.Cntrl . . . . > > > > needless to say, this Bend can NOT be there, for then the screw's would tend to Strip it's thread's Or even NOT line up accordingly; SO, i have decided to commence to "Fabricate" this bend to make it flat with my trusty "BFH" of a tool . . . . . . . and keep this rather than spend then Return_shipping fee required to send back..... > > > >
> > > > all in , just wanted to share this and alert other's to watch out for this when you do order/receive such . . . .
. . . .BUT, IMHO= this IS a better hold-down than the original "tin" ring retainer by far . . . . . .

mr-Charles .


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Spaces make things a LOT easier to read lol
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Spaces make things a LOT easier to read lol

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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.


Dude that is still wayyy too hot compared to my simple cheap air cooled(with a standard atx case), my 965 is @ 4.01Ghz and my idle is between 29c - 32c / maxload 100% 52c (That is without turning on the air conditioner in the room - I live in Puerto Rico which is Hot, not cold climate) I'm pretty sure you have something wrong in your settings maybe overvolting... no clue but even if I had the Original amd stock cooling (@ 3.4Ghz stock) I had between 37c idle.

Anyways my overclock is 200 x 20 (4.01Ghz) and 1.45v on CPU, make sure you have something close to that, already if you use x21 you get 4.20Ghz increase a bit more voltage. As of my current cooling is a Zalman CNPS9700 110mm + 1 x 120mm + 5 x 80mm

I'll explain how I have it: In the Back is just 1 x 80mm (Air Out), Top 1 x 80mm (Air In), Front 1 x 80mm (Air In - infront of the hard drives), I added a floating 1 x 120mm Behind my DVD-RW drive pushing Air infront of the Zalman, and on my Side Panel 2 x 80mm (1 Air In on the Zalman & 2nd Air In on my GFX Card)

My ventilation set up its supposed to be wrong but it works perfectly as of cooling to my system.

Now since I decided to SoftMod my current case(I'll later upgrade to the Antec 1200), since I do not have any mounting fitting anywhere for a 120mm(that is why I mentioned *floating 120mm inside my case - ghetto funny mounting) Anyways I'm going to finally use the H50 tonight after making my *SoftMod to my case(I'm going to place it in my Front Above the Optical Drive - since its the only place it fits as in space area wise). I will test 1st removing my Sidepanel Fans & the floating 120mm to see how the temps are.. then test with all the fans inside to see the difference all my air cooling + H50 (Panaflow *Push > Shroud > Rad > Corsair fan *Pull). I'll post pics tomorrow when its done.

Hopefully it works if not.. crap I would need to spend $$$ to buy the new case.
Edited by sendblink23 - 2/12/10 at 12:28pm
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post #3629 of 28253
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....i just received . THIS . = Corsair AMD bracket & backplate: top Ring retainer is of stronger/thicker mold type material, seem's heavy like maybe has metal in there somewhere...idk. . . . but at least it's beefy'r than the Original "tin" like ring retainer, and this one has the 4 long screw's with "Spring" compression hold-down on each of the 4 leg's..... > > > > BUT, for the back plate that came with = Nice thick METAL type with the 4-thread-cap_stud's for the hold-down screw's; BIG PROBLEM => came with a BEND in the middle ! !? ! !? !?.....THIS i do NOT believe is suppose to be there !! ...{ i can fit 3(ea)dimes for in the bend-gap } .....called back from where i got this from, and they open'd up a few other boxes only to find the same.........Look's to be Factory/defect = BAD Qual.Cntrl . . . . > > > > needless to say, this Bend can NOT be there, for then the screw's would tend to Strip it's thread's Or even NOT line up accordingly; SO, i have decided to commence to "Fabricate" this bend to make it flat with my trusty "BFH" of a tool . . . . . . . and keep this rather than spend then Return_shipping fee required to send back..... > > > >
> > > > all in , just wanted to share this and alert other's to watch out for this when you do order/receive such . . . .
. . . .BUT, IMHO= this IS a better hold-down than the original "tin" ring retainer by far . . . . . .

mr-Charles .


.
I have 2 of these hold downs and both are ok, the back plate is just a normal AMD back plate if you have one laying around.
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Add me please. Picked this up last week to pair with my new Q9650. Just started overclocking, 3.6ghz stock volts at 58C on Prime 95
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