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guys why is core 4 on a i7 920 do stepping 5 cpu lower ,i am amazed on temps @4.2Ghz my room is @ 70 degrees
. . . . you'd might get better answer/response to that question in an "Intel / mthrbrd or CPU" thread than for here . . . .


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. . . . you'd might get better answer/response to that question in an "Intel / mthrbrd or CPU" thread than for here . . . .


mr-Charles .


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thanks and wow if this thread will post 5,000

just notice my brand new h50 slight buzzing when i put my ear to it?
the noise in that video sounds like what I've been hearing too. Sound level doesn't seem to be too loud either, in other words, identical to my experiences as well. anyone else ?
Edited by EaglePC - 2/22/10 at 1:28am
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Im loving your avatar Rains... very cool!
Thanks man

So, after much testing, I have come to the conclusion that I simply cannot achieve load temps below 50.C with this cooler, for my Phenom 955 C2, at the stock 3.2Ghz and 1.35v. I have reseated numerous times, ran my fans as intake and exhaust, ran single and push-pull configs, tried both the stock tim and some AS5, even made a shroud for my hot NB/ MOSFET heatsink to remove warm air from the intake ... Just not happening. Hell, my load temp is currently 56.C degrees with my windows open and an ambient temperate of 16.C

I'm going to grab a stock AMD heatsink soon and do some [much needed] comparison testing!
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I would like to be added to the list!
I put my H50 into a new build, so I have no idea what my numbers would have been without it. After gaming at the max for several hours, my CPU temp has never been over the 80-85 F range.
(That's going by the panel of the Aerocool 1000 temp probe.)
I placed my rad on the bottom of the case (a Cooler Master 690 II Advanced).
I plan to add a second fan in a push/pull config in the near future.
I have the rad fan plugged into the CPU fan controller (going through the Aerocool 1000 extension), and the pump head plugged into an open fan slot. This new build is about a week old now.




Edited by larryparamedic - 2/22/10 at 4:35am
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I would like to be added to the list!
I put my H50 into a new build, so I have no idea what my numbers would have been without it. After gaming at the max for several hours, my CPU temp has never been over the 80-85 F range.
(That's going by the panel of the Aerocool 1000 temp probe.)
I placed my rad on the bottom of the case (a Cooler Master 690 II Advanced).
I plan to add a second fan in a push/pull config in the near future.
I have the rad fan plugged into the CPU fan controller (going through the Aerocool 1000 extension), and the pump head plugged into an open fan slot. This new build is about a week old now.



80 Seems really high... I never get over 60 with a decent OC while gaming and in rare cases, 70 during prime95. May want to reseat.

Edit: 80F, my bad. Good job!
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On another note, here are what my temps are currently:



Sorry for the width, printscreen... well... takes a pic of both monitors lol
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Thanks man

So, after much testing, I have come to the conclusion that I simply cannot achieve load temps below 50.C with this cooler, for my Phenom 955 C2, at the stock 3.2Ghz and 1.35v. I have reseated numerous times, ran my fans as intake and exhaust, ran single and push-pull configs, tried both the stock tim and some AS5, even made a shroud for my hot NB/ MOSFET heatsink to remove warm air from the intake ... Just not happening. Hell, my load temp is currently 56.C degrees with my windows open and an ambient temperate of 16.C

I'm going to grab a stock AMD heatsink soon and do some [much needed] comparison testing!
Hmmm... when you say you have make a shroud, was that for the rad or just the NB/Mosfet?

Have you had a look at this link?
56c with an ambient of 16c doesnt seem right, even with that OC. perhaps Killhouse can shed some light on this, when he is next back...


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On another note, here are what my temps are currently:
Methinks your temps may be due to having your rad on the bottom of the case... limited air flow...
Have you considered moving the rad somewhere else?

BTW... I love your case... CM690 II... mmmmmm

Can you point me in the direction of your Nvidia gadget on your desktop... its very kewl!
Edited by Sethy666 - 2/22/10 at 6:26am
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Can you point me in the direction of your Nvidia gadget on your desktop... its very kewl!
It's called GPU monitor, works with any graphics card alongside Rivatuners monitoring ability. Essentially, you put rivatuner in record mode in your taskbar and it takes the info from there. I can't remember where I got it, but I'm pretty sure its on Microsofts gadget page. I'm still looking for a similar one for CPU XD.
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It's called GPU monitor, works with any graphics card alongside Rivatuners monitoring ability. Essentially, you put rivatuner in record mode in your taskbar and it takes the info from there. I can't remember where I got it, but I'm pretty sure its on Microsofts gadget page. I'm still looking for a similar one for CPU XD.
Thanks Penryn... much appreciated
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