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Yeah there is a 120mm exhaust, but didn't you recommend me changing that to an intake..and adding the rad to it, and then another intake fan attached to the right side of it?
I'm sorry, I failed to say "front intake". I'm not sure about setting it as a rear intake due to the fact that the PSU and video card (at least enclosed vid cards) dump alot of heat out if the back side of the case, which then would be blown back in through the rad.
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Ok, i bought one. Running the standard setup right now, but have two sflexs coming soon.

So far preforms better than my dark knight I had.
Well done and look forward to any pics you may have.
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I have found no wall. the faster the fan the lower the temps.

what i have found though is that i reach a point of "SHUT THAT THING THE F!@#$ UP I CAN"T HEAR!!!!!!"

seriously, that much air pushing through those fins will kill your eardrums.

as for the temps, with my fan @ 50% I see max load temps of 82c on my cores during a 24 hour prime95 run at 4.0 GHZ w/ 1.39v vcore

I can't find a speed control panel that will handle anything over 7 watts.I guess with these fans you just connect only the yellow wire or the PWM wire to your MB and power and ground go to power supply.Someone in another forum said the H50 hit the wall at 130'ish CFM and after that nothing but mabe a 1C difference.I guess it depends on alot, push / pull and how your case is designed and how well your case ventilation is.I allways saw a decrease in temps whenever I had no intake fans and had all the back, side, and top fans exhaust and no fans in the front 120MM holes, leaving the front empty for the intake.

you should be able to get in the mid to high 70's because your getting close to where your CPU would start to throttle itself down, I know your PC rarely sees that load, for that everyday OC.Dump the delta and get San Ace fans, everyone raves about them for RAD use, plus it has an aluminum frame and connected to the RAD may help SAP additional heat from it.Aluminum + aluminum adding to the surface area......... lol

Soooooo get this one:


OLOLOLOLOLOOOLOLOLOL :0)
Edited by ccomputertek - 12/10/09 at 10:24pm
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Fantastic work Willhemmens, can't wait to see how this turns out! +rep
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NO ! !

And if this was posted in a watercooling section of a forum they would have chased him out.

From what I gather he is gonna try and remove the pump and just use the cold plate and run an external RAD and pump with a RES.... this was useless, might as well toss it in the trash now.Even the review online that tore it apart waited till the review was over to show you what the inside looked like.It will never work right again...... just build your own custom cooling now and not use anything from the H50 :swearing::swearing:

LOLOLOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOLOOL

Minus one REP point 4 U
Its my H50, not anyone elses. I can do what i like with my H50 and if others are interested, then thats good. I will eventually upgrade to a full custom loop with none of the H50 parts in it. All i have done is undo screws and now cut off one of the pipe ends. If i hadnt cut off one of the pipe ends i would have been able to put it back together just like new. You can toss your H50 in the trash but im certainly not going to.
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man.. just ignore him. its your stuff. you can do what you want. even if it doesnt work you can still learn a great deal from it. good luck with the project.
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man.. just ignore him. its your stuff. you can do what you want. even if it doesnt work you can still learn a great deal from it. good luck with the project.
Don't do it ! ! ! ! Willhemmens ........... Guys what he's doing to the H50 is attempted murder ......... ROFL
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Well, picked mine up today at Best Buy and just finished installing it. Not bad at all (though I think I screwed up the TIM application), I'm idling at between 30-31C at stock.

I came up with a weird way of venting that seems to be working pretty well flow wise. I took the back 120mm Fan from my Thermaltake Element S, and screwed it on to the bottom part of the roof of the case blowing cool air down into it. The giant fan at the top I flipped over to do the same thing (Creating kind of a push/push with the case as the completely unnecessary barrier). I then set up a Push/Pull Exhaust using my Extra Thermaltake fan and the stock Corsair one.

I have a feeling my medicore TIM application may be holding my temps back a bit but the inside of the case is definately cooler overall than it was.

Certainly even in this sorry state, a million times better than the Zalman 9500A.
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Yeah there is a 120mm exhaust, but didn't you recommend me changing that to an intake..and adding the rad to it, and then another intake fan attached to the right side of it?
I would keep it as exhaust. This is the age-old question from this thread, you have 2 options:

Intake - your CPU will be colder but the rest of your system will start to heat up very quickly, especially under load. That rad put's out a lot of heat into your case and personally that's not something I'm comfortable with. However, if you have good cooling on your RAM and GPUs then this might be the right option for you. I have an antec 902 with a 200mm 101CFM fan right on top of the case exhausting, and even I see motherboard temps getting very high.

Exhaust - this is contrary to Corsair's guidelines, mostly because your CPU temps may be a degree or 2 higher at load. But it helps general airflow in your case - you don't want too much intake compared to exhaust because otherwise air cant escape from your case and you get hot air pockets building up. You could reverse some other fans to account for this (and you should, if you decide to go intake). I suggest a side exhaust fan by your GPUs since they are another large heat generator.

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thanks for the tip +rep


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man.. just ignore him. its your stuff. you can do what you want. even if it doesnt work you can still learn a great deal from it. good luck with the project.
Agreed! I'm excited to see some new pictures of this when you get a bit further, keep us posted - you should make a worklog if you havnt already

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I came up with a weird way of venting that seems to be working pretty well flow wise. I took the back 120mm Fan from my Thermaltake Element S, and screwed it on to the bottom part of the roof of the case blowing cool air down into it. The giant fan at the top I flipped over to do the same thing (Creating kind of a push/push with the case as the completely unnecessary barrier). I then set up a Push/Pull Exhaust using my Extra Thermaltake fan and the stock Corsair one.
Congrats on the purchase Would love to see some pics of this setup if you can manage, sounds pretty novel! I'll add you to the front page
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Here are some photos of my rig for you at long last:


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Frys selling the THICK FAN 120x120x38. I just wondering Link Depot 120x120x38mm DC Fan is good product?



Ofc I have 2 x FANS Pull/push on H50. I want extra as third fan for the outside of case's mesh to exhaust thru where H50's exhaust. it will be more lowest temp?
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