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Originally Posted by iGuitarGuy View Post
Does anyone have advice on how to get an 860 at 4ghz or 4.2ghz stable? I had it stable but then I had a problem with my memory and cleared the cmos, forgetting to save my profile in the bios.

I am now updating my rig in my sig.

EDIT: UPDATED
No offense to you or the club. But this is a growing problem in this thread. There are proper threads and forums for these things. The H50 club has turned into a full on discussion thread that alot of the time has little to nothing to do with the cooler itself
post #4012 of 28253
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Originally Posted by EaglePC View Post
got mine today. cleaned it up and used artic silver 5 sarn rap style + finger. also pull/push

runner i7 920 @ 4.2Ghz
very nice temps but what program did you test it? real temps built in tool?
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Yah, iGuitarGuy, we jus' gotta stick to the topic, okay?
Edited by A3DSAIL - 2/20/10 at 7:41pm
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I am not super impressed right now with my H50.

I am running it push-pull, exhaust, in my P182 case. I have the included corsair fan, and an Antec TriCool on low, on the rad. I have 3-120mm intake fans, and 3-120mm exhaust fans (including the aforementioned two on the H50 rad)

My idle temp is 35.C, and load is 55.C. This is with the CPU at 3.2Ghz, 1.35v. My buddy in Calgary has the same CPU, case, fans, and his idle is 28.C, load is 38.C.

Can anyone help me get my temps more reasonable? Should I reseat the block? I don't really want to run it intake, as my NB runs hot enough as it is (~57.C load, stock voltage with tim replaced) ... what should I do?
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Go air cooling unless you wanna do some heavy clocking then stay with this.
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I am not super impressed right now with my H50.

I am running it push-pull, exhaust, in my P182 case. I have the included corsair fan, and an Antec TriCool on low, on the rad. I have 3-120mm intake fans, and 3-120mm exhaust fans (including the aforementioned two on the H50 rad)

My idle temp is 35.C, and load is 55.C. This is with the CPU at 3.2Ghz, 1.35v. My buddy in Calgary has the same CPU, case, fans, and his idle is 28.C, load is 38.C.

Can anyone help me get my temps more reasonable? Should I reseat the block? I don't really want to run it intake, as my NB runs hot enough as it is (~57.C load, stock voltage with tim replaced) ... what should I do?
I'd reseat first. Could just have been a bad mount or not enough/too much TIM.

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Go air cooling unless you wanna do some heavy clocking then stay with this.
What exactly are you talking about? H50 performs about the same as high end air cooling.
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Go air cooling unless you wanna do some heavy clocking then stay with this.
I'm at stock speeds because my temps are too high. I wouldn't have purchased this cooler if I wasn't planning on running my C2 @ 4Ghz 24/7
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I'd reseat first. Could just have been a bad mount or not enough/too much TIM.
Alright, will try! Currently I am using the stock tim, I thought that it was good stuff? For reseat, am I better off to reuse stock tim or swap it out for some AS5?
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Yah, iGuitarGuy, we jus' gotta stick to the topic, okay?
Sorry, what I meant to say is I am going to test my temps with an H50 at 4ghz . Besides, now I got it stable.
    
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very nice temps but what program did you test it? real temps built in tool?
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