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Originally Posted by fluxc0d3r View Post
Do these temps look right for a i5 750 at 4.1ghz on 1.36V using a H50 with a single 1850rpm Scythe GT fan?
Those are pretty good temps especially with that kind of overclock.
If you put that in push pull with some shrouds your idle temps should slip below ~29c and your max should get to roughly ~49-50c.
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I guess that's good? I have my own set of cooling standards. I would be running 3 triple rads, 1/4" tubing and a commercial rated pump to bring those temps down. I just refuse to have a CPU, any CPU operate at those temps. Not criticizing your set up. So I apologize if it comes across that way.
those are very impressive temps for an i7 920 at 4.4ghz. I don't think you understand just how hot these run at full bore.

People with triple 120mm rads are in the mid 60's with an i7 at 4.4ghz and are very happy with those results (as they should be).

Personally from what I have seen these new AMD chips are very cool running so what temps you are used to have to be thrown out the window when dealping with 1336.
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Hey, guys, I'm in a bit of a dilemma and I'm hoping you can give me some thoughts as to what I should do.

I have been preparing to do the Tubing & Res mod, and today the last of the necessary parts arrived. Yet for some reason, yesterday I was browsing the Microcenter site and saw a Danger Den 4101 WC Kit, Open Box, for $87 (retails for $222.95). So I thought, why don't I just go for it, and drove there & back to pick it up (90 minute drive, yeah there went part of the savings...)

Turns out the box was missing some of the items, like fittings for the rad and for the reservoir (which also wasn't there). But it did have the very excellent pump Laing D5 fixed), fat 1/2" ID Tygon tubing, brand new Black Ice Xtreme 2 pass rad, and the TDX CPU Block (and, oddly enough, a used Swiftech MCR120-QP RES, a 120 rad with a small built-in res).

Needless to say, I bought it. I already have a small bay res anyway, and pretty much need to put in a T-Line because its a tricky one to fill anyway. So I've figured to get the full setup going, I'd need to lay out another $35 or so on fittings and perhaps a rad mount. That would mean abandoning the H50 altogether, hopefully selling it as a pre-modded unit, with extras, so it wouldn't be a total loss (wish wish).

Or, I still have time to take the "kit" as is, back for a refund, in which case I would go ahead with the Corsair mod.

But then I look at these side by side...

Attachment 141628 Attachment 141629

Thing is, every time I consider taking it back, I look at the 1/2" ID Tygon tubing and the powerful pump, and then I look overat the puny H50 pump/block with its two 1/4" ID tubing already attached, hanging like a dead butterfly's antennae, and I don't know what to do! Look at them side by side, and tell me what you think I should do!

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those are very impressive temps for an i7 920 at 4.4ghz. I don't think you understand just how hot these run at full bore.

People with triple 120mm rads are in the mid 60's with an i7 at 4.4ghz and are very happy with those results (as they should be).

Personally from what I have seen these new AMD chips are very cool running so what temps you are used to have to be thrown out the window when dealping with 1336.
Na you miss understand. The more heat the CPU generates, the more surface area you need to get rid of it. I don't mean 1 triple rad. I mean 3 triple rads. I know the I7's run hot, but that doesn't mean you can't cool it to reasonable temps. Mid 60's isn't reasonable. Not to me. I can assure you with the right water cooled set up, I can hold the I7 in the 40's. The trick is to get your water supply as close to ambient as possible then increase your tubing size until it can properly handle the wattage load.
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What are the drawbacks of HT? I disabled it and i have 15-20C lower temperature....I guess i don't need it for games and multimedia, or?
With HT i had around 77C and without it just above 60C...

I have i7 920 C0 on 3.67@1.225V, whats funny before XMP profile by default put it on 1.325V and temperatures were the same...
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Hey, guys, I'm in a bit of a dilemma and I'm hoping you can give me some thoughts as to what I should do. . . . . .
. . . . .Look at them side by side, and tell me what you think I should do!
....just sent ya a PM answer (IMHO) WHAT you should do ........


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I can assure you with the right water cooled set up, I can hold the I7 in the 40's. The trick is to get your water supply as close to ambient as possible then increase your tubing size until it can properly handle the wattage load.
The only way you will get a 4.4 OC maybe (and that is a very little maybe) in the 40's with water, is to use a copper car radiator or 2 and a huge 50 gallon res.
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I would like to know what temps this can run on a quad? I don't see anyone having a quad? I really think you guys should color these tubes for that wc set. Like sleeve it or something instead of seeing black. Doesn't this have a reservior or pump? I think the temps look same compared to air cooling but impressive however. I like this thread, got me interested.
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Quad what? I see quite a few quad core CPUs on this page alone.
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Put in some black lighting in my case.



 
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