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post #4611 of 28365
jeez you only have 1 core? I saw this at best buy earlier yesterday, was convinced and tempted but haven't gotten it yet. I bet i'd see much difference temps compared to my current cpu cooler. Still unsure about how i would need to set the fans.
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post #4612 of 28365
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Originally Posted by pcnuttie View Post
jeez you only have 1 core? I saw this at best buy earlier yesterday, was convinced and tempted but haven't gotten it yet. I bet i'd see much difference temps compared to my current cpu cooler. Still unsure about how i would need to set the fans.
All cores are in the same die, so there isnt a need for 4 temp sensors, unlike the C2Q's, that have two dies.

Im sure the H50 would out do your TT by quite abit.
Edited by Willhemmens - 3/4/10 at 2:15am
post #4613 of 28365
I am going to re-seat my H50 for the third time... Any tips to try to get rid of my high temps?

How should I apply the TIM , on the block or cpu? Should I just put a line or spread it out with credit card? First time was with stock TIM, second time was with Noctua Nt-H1 and I put it on CPU and spread it out with credit card. Both times I load well above 60* in prime95 stock clocks and idle in the 40's
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post #4614 of 28365
do a small rice grain sized blob on the CPU then drop the cooler evenly on top of the cpu.
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post #4615 of 28365
if any one wants an extra corsair 120mm fan check out this thread.

im giving it away free just pay shipping

http://www.overclock.net/freebies/68...120mm-fan.html
post #4616 of 28365
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I am going to re-seat my H50 for the third time... Any tips to try to get rid of my high temps?
Don't spread your TIM. If you have a thin TIM I would suggest a rice sized amount in the center of your IHS and just allow the clamping force to spread it for you. If you have a thicker TIM you will need more TIM applied. The best way to check your mount is to apply it, clamp the HS, and then unmount to check the spread. This will tell you if you are using enough and getting good coverage.
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Heres another observation / question...

Ive noticed in my setup with paired fans (same model, specs etc) in push/pull exhaust, the push fan runs at 2000 rpm +/- 10% but the pull fan usually runs 100 rpm or so below the push fan.

Normal?

Would it be recommended to put a weaker fan in the pull position or leave them as paired?
Yes, it's normal. My observation is that the pull fan is more important. Try to select the one that performs best for the pull fan, and always add a shroud on the pull fan.

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You do not want to have a better performance fan on the pull side. Since it draws more cfm, it will cause the push fan to spin faster and most likely will damage it. Its best to have 2 of the same fans in push/pulll. If not, put the better performing fan as push.

This is what I remember, correct if im wrong.
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post #4619 of 28365
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You do not want to have a better performance fan on the pull side. Since it draws more cfm, it will cause the push fan to spin faster and most likely will damage it. Its best to have 2 of the same fans in push/pulll. If not, put the better performing fan as push.

This is what I remember, correct if im wrong.
Correct, the most powerful fan should go in push

EDIT: but a shroud should go on the pull side!
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I am going to re-seat my H50 for the third time... Any tips to try to get rid of my high temps?

How should I apply the TIM , on the block or cpu? Should I just put a line or spread it out with credit card? First time was with stock TIM, second time was with Noctua Nt-H1 and I put it on CPU and spread it out with credit card. Both times I load well above 60* in prime95 stock clocks and idle in the 40's
Curious, what's your vcore at? I'm using the stock TIM right now (changing that tonight) and I'm getting 46C Load with 3.8GHz @ 1.40v
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