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Originally Posted by bearlout View Post
I have A question.....

I have a i7 920..

when checking the core temps I get
#1 33
#2 29
#3 35
#4 27

does that look right?? should there that much differences in core temps??

and I can only get the the pump to 1395 rpm, no matter which fan header it is into

For idle that looks about right. They might all go down to 27 if you wait a while.

Pump speed is right. Mine averages around 1378.
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Originally Posted by leppie View Post
For idle that looks about right. They might all go down to 27 if you wait a while.

Pump speed is right. Mine averages around 1378.

Thank you.......
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Member list updated

400 pages - 260 members, insane
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Member list updated

400 pages - 260 members, insane
Time to archive that inbox of yours

400 pages? That depends on your page size now, doesn't it?

BTW did you ever find those potentiometers you were looking for?
Edited by leppie - 2/20/10 at 4:19am
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post #3995 of 28466
Right wicked all sorted...

My temps are amazing.

I have push/pull Apache fans either side of the rad


Does it matter which way you have the pipes or which position you have the cpu block?

Currently my pipes go to the top of the case if you get me
Edited by rchads89 - 2/20/10 at 4:41am
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Here ya go, show me where you would put these. As you can see from the back of the case its nice and tidy.
You should buy some MDPC-X sleeving or some presleeved kits and do something like this...



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Time to archive that inbox of yours

400 pages? That depends on your page size now, doesn't it?

BTW did you ever find those potentiometers you were looking for?

!!!

I know which pot and transistor I need now, dont know when I'll get around to the project though
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I'm still reading thru this thread so I've not had a chance to read or reply to anything after I made my post (still on page 10 of 40) so bear with me.

Something just occured to me as I was reading thru this entire thread. Several people have expressed interest in mounting the H50 in the 5.25 bays on their case and I think there may be a way to do that. Here is what I think you would need to start:

3 clear 5.25 drive bays

3x 120mm fans

2x 120mm shrouds

2x Mountain Mods Acrylic Triple Bay 120mm fan mount
http://www.mountainmods.com/mountain...unt-p-405.html

1x Evercool 80mm Fan Duct - 10" (stretches up to 250mm)
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=2485

2x Nexus 80 or 92mm to 120mm Fan Adapter
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22522

Now, some rough measurements:

5.25 bay dimension (single) - 3.3 inches high, 5.7 inches wide, and 8.1 inches deep; this translates to 84 x 146 x 206

5.25 bay dimensions (triple) - 9.9 inches high, 5.7 inches wide, and 8 inches deep; this translates to 252 x 146 x 206

120mm fan dimension - 4.7 inches high, 4.7 inches wide, and 0.98 inches deep; this translates to 120 x 120 x 25

120mm fan + shroud - 4.7 inches high, 4.7 inches wide, and 1.96 inches deep ; this translates to 120 x 120 x 50

Now I had thought that maybe using two of the triple-bay mounts, along with a fan duct, would allow someone to setup something like this:

<- fan <- H50 <- triple-bay mount <- shroud <- fan <- 80 to 120 adapter <- duct <- 80 to 120 adapter <- fan <- triple-bay mount <- filter (optional)

Now I would think that the 2 inches would allow for sufficient depth in the 5.25 bay for the triple-bay mount to be mountable by the rear screw holes typically used for a optical drive. Failing that you could probably drill, using a dremel or other tool, the holes needed in order to mount it sufficiently that with the shroud allow for the mounting of the H50 just right at the lip of the 5.25 bay.

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Now, some rough measurements:

5.25 bay dimension (single) - 3.3 inches high, 5.7 inches wide, and 8.1 inches deep; this translates to 84 x 146 x 206

5.25 bay dimensions (triple) - 9.9 inches high, 5.7 inches wide, and 8 inches deep; this translates to 252 x 146 x 206

Thoughts?
STOP!!!

Your math is flawed

Just visually I can tell you the height of a 5.25 bay is about 40mm. That's a far cry from 3.3 inches.

Back to the drawing board.

Edit: Also normally, a 5.25 inch bay is 5.25 inches wide, not 5.7!
Edited by leppie - 2/20/10 at 11:34am
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Awesome I got my H50 today droped 10c in temps but it has messed up the airflows in my case ;( ! still amazing tho
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Some temps. Not bad with such a high volt.

This 920 wont do 3.9 or 4.0 and I'm not trying to push the voltage any higher.



Edit: This is the new 24/7 stable OC. been testing it all week with zero errors.
Edited by Acroma - 2/20/10 at 11:41am
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