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this is my new oc with the H50.
Temps are still good...
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Yeah when I was on my flex there's nearly a 10C difference at the same clock/voltage when disabling HT. I'll figure out what I want to do while I'm stuck at work...
I had a huge initial noise issue with my S-Flex (1600 rpm version). I my H50 in exhuast with one S-Flex inside my HAF 922 pushing out and one mounted outside the HAF 922 pulling (rad was inside the HAF). The noise was ridiculous......then I cut out the exhaust opening on the HAF 922 (i.e. wire snips around the holes on the back of the 120mm exhaust) and suddenly almost zero noise. I need to put my ear right against the fan to hear it now. The problem was the high pitched noise the blades were making as the attempted to suck air out through all those holes!!! Try it. It not only lowered my noise but lowered my temps as well.
    
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I had a huge initial noise issue with my S-Flex (1600 rpm version). I my H50 in exhuast with one S-Flex inside my HAF 922 pushing out and one mounted outside the HAF 922 pulling (rad was inside the HAF). The noise was ridiculous......then I cut out the exhaust opening on the HAF 922 (i.e. wire snips around the holes on the back of the 120mm exhaust) and suddenly almost zero noise. I need to put my ear right against the fan to hear it now. The problem was the high pitched noise the blades were making as the attempted to suck air out through all those holes!!! Try it. It not only lowered my noise but lowered my temps as well.
That is something to try. Just not sure if I want to cut open my HAF yet

I also noted mounting the fan on the outside with the HAF922 to be noisy.
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That is something to try. Just not sure if I want to cut open my HAF yet

I also noted mounting the fan on the outside with the HAF922 to be noisy.
Leppie,

I was a little worried about it as well but it's really really simple. Take a pair or regular wire cutters and just snip along each hole that runs on the sides of the pattern. You'll end up with a cross shaped opening that looks pretty good. In your hands you'll have a hole filled cross shaped cut-out (I just threw the cut-out in the garbage). You won't regret it
    
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Leppie,

I was a little worried about it as well but it's really really simple. Take a pair or regular wire cutters and just snip along each hole that runs on the sides of the pattern. You'll end up with a cross shaped opening that looks pretty good. In your hands you'll have a hole filled cross shaped cut-out (I just threw the cut-out in the garbage). You won't regret it
I'll start thinking about it when I get some modding parts, which are very hard to find here in South Africa, unless you import.

Anyways, I got my fans mounted inside now (without shroud), so no noise issues. Got my Dremel handy though
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That thought just crossed my mind this morning. I'm definitely going to clip the back exhaust. No hands or animals get near my case anyway. I'm pondering doing something similar with my side intake and top exhaust too... only with a sophisticated mod grill to take its place... Mua ha ha. That's on my list of things to try tonight anyway

Can anyone else hear the pump? It's got a persistent ssscccchhhhwwwiiiiiiirrrrr noise that I can hear in addition to the fan noise. That's nearly as annoying as the fans. These gelid fans I got are put together very nicely but they run a bit louder than I had hoped too I'm not looking for silence but I'm trying to put together something that I won't think about the noise while it's in use
    
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That thought just crossed my mind this morning. I'm definitely going to clip the back exhaust. No hands or animals get near my case anyway. I'm pondering doing something similar with my side intake and top exhaust too... only with a sophisticated mod grill to take its place... Mua ha ha. That's on my list of things to try tonight anyway

Can anyone else hear the pump? It's got a persistent ssscccchhhhwwwiiiiiiirrrrr noise that I can hear in addition to the fan noise. That's nearly as annoying as the fans. These gelid fans I got are put together very nicely but they run a bit louder than I had hoped too I'm not looking for silence but I'm trying to put together something that I won't think about the noise while it's in use
The pump should be almost silent, that is if you have no fans running you should just hear it.

Best bet would be to go ask on the Corsair forums, you may have a faulty pump.

You could also tried take out the H50, and rotate it a few times (the either thing). Then try again.
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idk the more i think about it the more I think i should just go back to the flex... I'm going to stop worrying about it and deal with it at lunch
    
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My temps are from running LinX. Ambient Temps is around 20-22. Although the 800D doesnt have the best airflow.

i7 920 D0 4.0Ghz vcore 1.275 idles 40 and max temp is 75 on a push/pull config (stock corsair and a SFF21F). im still debating if i should reseat my H50.
That sounds about right. I just switched from exhaust to intake yesterday and noticed a 1-2c drop. I'm running 4.2ghz @ 1.27v and my highest idle core is around 39c and stress testing it with IBT "Very High" - 20 passes, puts me at 75c on the highest stressed core.
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