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thats fixable, as i said, youll hafta wait till morning, and ill provide better pics of it, i'm actually trying to shave part of the mounting clips off, they make it look bulky

oh the 230mm is stil lin the front doesnt blow very far past my HDDs though (its more for show anyways, very low 800 rpm)
Im looking forward to it... the pics, not the shaving part
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Im looking forward to it... the pics, not the shaving part
This should be good
    
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Alright!
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Screws = do not wobble. For the Am3 backplate, you can only use the smaller thread screws, the larger, more course thread screws don't thread in at all.
The block/ pump = perfectly aligned with the bracket, every contact point is lined up
I thought the fine threads were for Intel, the coarse thread screws for AMD?
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I thought the fine threads were for Intel, the coarse thread screws for AMD?
That was my understanding as well.
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That was my understanding as well.
It depends if you the threads that come with the H50's AMD backplate or if you are using the metal full AMD one.

The metal one allows you to use the course. The smaller ones are for the H50's.
    
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I figure the H50 is about 52mm "thick" with the fan attached, am I incorrect?
The FAQ linked from the first page states some 27mm for the radiator, and most fans are 25mm thick, so I figure about 52mm.

Thank you very much!
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It depends if you the threads that come with the H50's AMD backplate or if you are using the metal full AMD one.

The metal one allows you to use the course. The smaller ones are for the H50's.
Ahhh...

Thanks
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Just got my H50, reseated it 3 times. First time I used the TIM that it came with, 2nd time I used OCZ Freeze, third time I used TX-3. Temps are still high with all of them.

Idle: 48C
Load: 66C

Ambient temp doesn't get over 35C. I don't have a push/pull configuration, didn't have long enough screws to do that...going to stop by the hardware store tomorrow...anyone know what size screws are needed to mount that? I had a higher end air cooler before I got this, temps were high but didn't go above 62C on load. Wanted to try this before going to a single loop WC setup so any advice on how to get my load below 60C would be helpful, specially since it is winter and my temps will be higher in the summer.

Oh a happy note though, I did reset my NB/SB heatsink tonight and saw a good 30-35C drop in load temps using the TX-3
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Ok guys, I've been lurking around here for a bit now. I posted to this thread to have Killhouse add me to the list, but I got missed.

Here's my puzzle. I get the H50 installed on my system, and I'm really timid, because I just got my board back from RMA. Fire the system up for the first time and it seems to be doing just fine.. with the new H50 pumping away. I've got mine set up in push-pull with no shrouds. At stock CPU speeds 2.4GHz I idle at about 25c. At 3.0GHz overclock it sits at a stable 38c idle. ?? So a few days pass (thinking TIM needs to set, although I'm using stock TIM) I decide to run Prime for a few hours watching closely for the first 10 mins or so. The core temps crept up to 49c at 100% load but never any higher. On air this same chip at this same oc would just continue to get hotter and hotter.. 3 hours later and I never jumped higher than 49c...

Why are my idle temps so high but running at full bore doesn't raise the temps much?

I'd like to OC higher than this as I've had this chip to 3.6 so far.. temps were the only limiting factor at that point.

Any suggestions as to why it runs so warm at idle but does such a good job of keeping the higher temps in line?

Thanks in advance!
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Just got my H50, reseated it 3 times. First time I used the TIM that it came with, 2nd time I used OCZ Freeze, third time I used TX-3. Temps are still high with all of them.

Idle: 48C
Load: 66C

Ambient temp doesn't get over 35C. I don't have a push/pull configuration, didn't have long enough screws to do that...going to stop by the hardware store tomorrow...anyone know what size screws are needed to mount that? I had a higher end air cooler before I got this, temps were high but didn't go above 62C on load. Wanted to try this before going to a single loop WC setup so any advice on how to get my load below 60C would be helpful, specially since it is winter and my temps will be higher in the summer.

Oh a happy note though, I did reset my NB/SB heatsink tonight and saw a good 30-35C drop in load temps using the TX-3
You need a fan on the inside of your case mounted on the rad.
    
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