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the thread is too massive and i can't find any temp results. i am looking to see temps from anyone that has an i7 920 clocked @ 4ghz or higher. can anyone post please?
You might also want to look here if you haven't already. It has temps and cooling method. Good Luck. I have an i7 at 4.1 GHz ATM, but it's not cooled under a H50.

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I have my H50 running with the Tricools that came with my P182. The setup goes Fan<---Rad<---Fan. I'm thinking of hacking up an old 25mm fan to use as a shroud. Would I see the best results doing Fan<---Shroud<---Rad<---Fan or Fan<---Rad<---Shroud<---Fan?
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Fan<---Shroud<---Rad<---Fan
A shroud on the pull side has proven to give best effects

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If you use the "search this thread" tool then you come up with a bunch of example for an i7 920. Here's what I found:
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...ml#post8614587

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You might also want to look here if you haven't already. It has temps and cooling method. Good Luck. I have an i7 at 4.1 GHz ATM, but it's not cooled under a H50.

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nice thread but want to know if it's worth the investment for a H50 over my cooler.
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The short version is no, unless you crave the ability to see your motherboard

The Mega and H50 perform VERY similarly. From my outlook on things the Mega proves slightly better at higher temperatures (ie Intel chips) and the H50 is more suited to lower temperatures.

See previous post for a link to i7 920 temperatures.
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i been looking at this review and debating to either get a GT 1450 or 1850, I acutally ordered both speeds from newegg they should be coming soon.
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...air-h50_7.html

seems like the temp didn't really drop that much past 1500rpm.

any feedback guys?

Also I seen a YT video of some guy and his corsair h50 at 4ghz his fans seemed pretty loud in the video.
so very very wrong, he musta had crappy fans i have 2000RPM R4's in push/pull exhaust on my H50, all i really hear is air moving... no audible fan noise and if you check my system i'm at 4GHZ clock (no doubt a different cpu though)
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post #4817 of 28303
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nice thread but want to know if it's worth the investment for a H50 over my cooler.
Dude, on i7's I think the best way you can go is MegaShadow or the new monster Noctua cooler. Unless you got some cash for a expensive high end water setup, I say stick with your cooler.
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The short version is no, unless you crave the ability to see your motherboard

The Mega and H50 perform VERY similarly. From my outlook on things the Mega proves slightly better at higher temperatures (ie Intel chips) and the H50 is more suited to lower temperatures.

See previous post for a link to i7 920 temperatures.
thanks but it just brings me here to this page. nothing what i am looking for. i know how to use the search but mostly i see are pic of the rigs. not what i am looking for. by reading your responses i can see that you don't want to help me so don't feel like you have to.

i just want to see results from users with similar set-ups/CPU.


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Dude, on i7's I think the best way you can go is MegaShadow or the new monster Noctua cooler. Unless you got some cash for a expensive high end water setup, I say stick with your cooler.
dude; i would but have no idea. i was looking at some stuff but got lost. i will go troll over in the other watercooling threads to get me some help. looks like your right about best way to go is expensive watercooling. +1 got you Chicken
Edited by killerhz - 3/6/10 at 10:05am
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thanks but it just brings me here to this page. nothing what i am looking for. i know how to use the search but mostly i see are pic of the rigs. not what i am looking for. by reading your responses i can see that you don't want to help me so don't feel like you have to.

i just want to see results from users with similar set-ups/CPU.


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dude; i would but have no idea. i was looking at some stuff but got lost. i will go troll over in the other watercooling threads to get me some help. looks like your right about best way to go is expensive watercooling. +1 got you Chicken
I had a HW Labs GTX480, D5 non vario, ek 150 res and apogee gtz water block. The setup was great, but I got rid of it because I was in need of some money and I bought the Megashadow. Let's just say that on lower clocks the water setup did better, but at benching clocks 4.6-4.7GHz, the Mega actually cools about 10ºc better. Maybe I needed more water flow or something, but the Mega is to me hands down my favorite cooler. My i7 is crunching away for about a week already at 100%. 4.1GHz @ 1.233v. Max temp in the day with ambients of about 25-26ºc is 65 hottest core, 59ºc coolest core. at night when things get a bit cooler max temp is 58-59ºc. Because of the Megashadow I just can't justify the cost of expensive water cooling anymore. Let's keep this thread on topic. IF you want more info and details feel free to PM me


EDIT: Here is a link to my project log over at TPU. Some components changed, but the main ones like rad/pump/block stayed the same.

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thanks but it just brings me here to this page. nothing what i am looking for. i know how to use the search but mostly i see are pic of the rigs. not what i am looking for. by reading your responses i can see that you don't want to help me so don't feel like you have to.

i just want to see results from users with similar set-ups/CPU.
I dont know what gave you that impression You would have found a few people who have reported their temperatures if you had used that search tool, and I went to the effort to look for you - sorry my link didnt work.

Now as for your question - I gave you a direct and honest answer, it is not worth the investment over a Mega.

EDIT: My link did work, it took you to this post. I quote:
Quote:
Setup consists of dual Panaflo FBA12G12U1BX Fans and a 25mm Shroud on the pull fan in the back. With the fans at 7 V the cooling is awesome and the setup is very quiet- and I can turn it up to keep the temps under 60c load with my I7 920 @ 3.8 GHZ 1.2V.

Fans Pull < Shroud - RAD - < Fan Push
Is that not exactly what you asked for? To be really nit-picky there is even a link on the front page to the Mega vs H50 testing thread, written by Kyleax1.
Edited by Killhouse - 3/6/10 at 10:18am
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