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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 ?
I get this too, glad to know it's normal. I'm trying to reduce it somehow but I'm lost for ideas. I wanted to wrap soundproofing around it but I'm scared of overheating the pump. It's the loudest thing in my system at the moment.

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Originally Posted by Rains View Post
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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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...
Something is very wrong. Run speedfan and check the speed of your pump (should be about 1400). Which fans are you using? Check that your H50 is mounted correctly - this may sound trivial but are you sure you've used the correct screws (they mustnt wobble as they go in, otherwise you use the wrong ones) and are all the tabs correctly lined up with the O-ring?

I will update the member list tonight
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Wooo I get to be on the list!
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I'm in! FYI - I didnt take pics while i modded the stand but, here's some pics.

My temps where in the mid 40's @ idle and i wasn't really happy about it. After reseating and reapplying the TIM a few times, i came up with the idea that maybe the cooler wasn't getting enough pressure against the cpu. I was correct.

I used some 3m double sided tape for this. I removed the entire cooler from the mobo. I removed the mounting plate from the pump and removed the legs from the mounting plate. I laid a piece of double sided tape on top of each hole that the legs slips through and trimmed the tape with a new and sharp exacto knife. I took my time and it was worth it. when you push the legs through the mount, the mount will sit lower when you install.

Ok, so the legs and tape are installed on the mounting plate. Next, i installed the pump to the mounting plate, as it would look normally, but i used 4 peices of electrical tape to hold them together while i installed the cooler and plate, all in one shot. I used AS5, very, very thin. I just lined up the screws and gave each screw a few turns until i could feel the cooler/pump start to press on the cpu. Then i tightend all 4 screws snug, just like the normal install.

I was truly amazed at the drop in temps. 5 passes of the Intelburntest and the temps never broke 60. Now this isn't an overclocked I7, mainly because i was afraid to OC with my idle temps before, but i do beleive this afternoon, i will be crankin it up.

I hope this helps, and i hope you can get the gist of things by the pics....



    
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^ I see what you did there, very nice! I have those temps without having to do all that... maybe it's just the thickness of your mobo...
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^ Could be. Definitely happier now...
    
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Now, if someone could get this thing on a GPU....
    
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Hello guys. At first sorry for my english. At first i want to say i just buy some new hardware to my old comp. So i buy - i7 860/evga p55/8gb ram. Now i got some problems with temperature on my CPU. Few days ago on my CPU was Thermalright 120 Extreme with 2x120mm fans. When i start to burn my CPU using Prime95 or Linx on stock 2800MHz i got really big temps on it. My i7 860 on idle got about 36-39*C but when burned he got about 59-62*C on Prime95. When i OC my i7 860 to about 4GHz (21x190) with 1,3V on cpu i got mega temps - IDLE about 45-49*C and HOT 87-93*C. I start to worry and i buy Corsair H50 because lots of people on this forum say its really cool. Now i got corsair lots of fans in my case and still problem with temps.
On stock clock 2800MHz corsair H50:
IDLE - 29-34*C
HOT - 52-55*C
i7 860 OC to 3,8GHz:
IDLE - 36-41*C
HOT - max 74-78*C in Prime95 or max 76-84*C in Linx
I really dont know what to do. I use 3 thermal compounds (AS5, Zalman STG2, AC MX-2). I use 2 fans on rad, now even 3 fans and lots of fans in my case.
Heres the picture of my case.
post #4098 of 28251
^Holy cripes.

1) Cable management. Ain't gotta be perfect but, its time to tidy up a bit...

2) IMHO, i don't think 3 fans on the rad is necessary. push/ pull with 2 should do the same job, unless you gutted one fan and used it as a shroud.

3) how are you applying the TIM? I used a drop of AS5 around the size of a grain of sand.
    
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Hello guys. At first sorry for my english. At first i want to say i just buy some new hardware to my old comp. So i buy - i7 860/evga p55/8gb ram. Now i got some problems with temperature on my CPU. Few days ago on my CPU was Thermalright 120 Extreme with 2x120mm fans. When i start to burn my CPU using Prime95 or Linx on stock 2800MHz i got really big temps on it. My i7 860 on idle got about 36-39*C but when burned he got about 59-62*C on Prime95. When i OC my i7 860 to about 4GHz (21x190) with 1,3V on cpu i got mega temps - IDLE about 45-49*C and HOT 87-93*C. I start to worry and i buy Corsair H50 because lots of people on this forum say its really cool. Now i got corsair lots of fans in my case and still problem with temps.
On stock clock 2800MHz corsair H50:
IDLE - 29-34*C
HOT - 52-55*C
i7 860 OC to 3,8GHz:
IDLE - 36-41*C
HOT - max 74-78*C in Prime95 or max 76-84*C in Linx
I really dont know what to do. I use 3 thermal compounds (AS5, Zalman STG2, AC MX-2). I use 2 fans on rad, now even 3 fans and lots of fans in my case.
Heres the picture of my case.
That seems normal. i7 860's run hot. I cant even reach 4.0ghz due to heat
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Ok so:
1 - cables - they only look bad (today i tight them) on the upper part of the case they are bad (no place to hide them) they lay on the right side of the case but theres only 1x 92mm fan as exhaust (not too important). The 24pin and 2x 6pin GPU cables in the center are above 120mm fan.
2 - 2x120mm push fans are 1000-1100rpm and the 1x120mm pull fan is stock Corsair 1600-1650rpm (i try pull/push 1/1 fans but better temps got on 1/2)
3 - now i got Zalman STG2 on CPU i give it to all CPU (not too much). When instaling corsair on it i turn few times right-left to better contact pump/cpu.
The only way to do now is to buy better fans ? Will they give me lower temps ? I was thinking about Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120mm 1450rpm x2 on the rad.
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