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They are not cheap, and no, their midspeed is the fastest version they have. But it's more than fast enough! Your fans sounds pretty good too though.

OT: Just got my folding and MOTM postbit *cheer*
Ok well maybe in the future but i cant see my self spending £90 on four fans when I could easily get a second brand new 4770 for that and one or two other things.

The fans im currently using are ok, air moves.

Also, MOTM is wicked, nice job.

Edit: You might be interested to know that EK have made waterblocks for our motherboards. You can buy them on their site.
Edited by Willhemmens - 3/19/10 at 6:52am
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Totally fair enough, it was hard on the pocket even for just one of those fans! Cant really recommend any 140mm fans as I dont know any, you might find some stuff in the rest of the WC section since 140mm radiators are quite common.

I'm already designing my next project which is why I havnt been active around here, looks like everyone is getting on alright though
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Checked my temps as I was walking out the door this morning, after 9 hours of folding and still doing so my temps were at 46C

So I was at 53C while folding and went down to 46C -- huzzah! I think I may save myself some $$$ and NOT do a custom CPU water loop.
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Totally fair enough, it was hard on the pocket even for just one of those fans! Cant really recommend any 140mm fans as I dont know any, you might find some stuff in the rest of the WC section since 140mm radiators are quite common.

I'm already designing my next project which is why I havnt been active around here, looks like everyone is getting on alright though
Might ask over there, see what they come up with.

Also, any chance of sneek peak of this new project? Sounds like this new one could be even better.


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Checked my temps as I was walking out the door this morning, after 9 hours of folding and still doing so my temps were at 46C

So I was at 53C while folding and went down to 46C -- huzzah! I think I may save myself some $$$ and NOT do a custom CPU water loop.
Thats good, is that with your CPU at full load?
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Thats good, is that with your CPU at full load?
I call that max load - I break it up into two - Gaming Load and Folding Load. My folding load has always been a good 5-7C higher then my gaming load. Previously before putting in new fans and re-seating the cooler my folding load was 53C and my gaming load 46C. I was going to invest in a single water cooling loop to get my folding load down as my PC is always doing something IE if not gaming then folding. But with these temps I really don't feel the need to spend the money.
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Might ask over there, see what they come up with.
Also, any chance of sneek peak of this new project? Sounds like this new one could be even better.
Using a Zotac ION ATOM N330 Dual core system, with PicoPSU, small form factor HD and SSD, DDR2 RAM. All in a custom case measuring 200mmx200mmx120mm, cooled by a slimline 120x12mm fan.
Just struggling to find a good PSU in the UK at the moment, and then I will start applying for sponsorship.

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Using a Zotac ION ATOM N330 Dual core system, with PicoPSU, small form factor HD and SSD, DDR2 RAM. All in a custom case measuring 200mmx200mmx120mm, cooled by a slimline 120x12mm fan.
Just struggling to find a good PSU in the UK at the moment, and then I will start applying for sponsorship.

Wow thats small, looks like it could be decently powerful and not too badly priced kit.

After looking at more fans, I like the look of these Yate loons: here.
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i want to know if i want to build WC system. will my x2 PII 550 (B50 x4 cpu 3.1ghz) temp be the same as if i build a H50 or not?

H50 - idle 27-30 degrees load 48-52 degrees (75 degrees room temp)



i just want to know you guys know that i mod H50 that i have a resviour on my H50.

my setup is fan-shourd-rad-shroud-fan.
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It will last longer than you will have it. The tubing is made of double-lined steel-reinforced PVC and is ultra resistant to evaporating, mistreatment aside the H50 will not need filling for 5-6 years at least. It's a very robust unit designed for minumum maintenance.
okay thanks bro i may just get it then i be moving lil over 300 miles away will i live now and plus i really don't trust a 2lb "Noctua NH-D14" cpu cooler on my motherboard this is why im getting this so yeah

and also are Noctua fans any good for the h50 or are they just good for anything if you get what im saying airflow wise i was thinking about taking out all my fans out and put some Noctua fans in my case all i have is AZZA fans that came with my AZZA Solano 1000 case
Edited by bigdog320 - 3/19/10 at 10:43am
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Personally there has been alot of talk about fans, and the CM Excalibur, or what ever, i agree with what was said before about the holes in the frame...EPIC FAIL.
Why is everyone bashing the CM Excaliber before anyone has tried one out?
I'm starting to worry that i've made a bad choice ordering one!
I don't think it will be much good as a pull fan as it will also pull air through the side holes, but i'm going to using as a push fan, which quoted specs of 85cfm & 3.53 mmH2O static pressure at 30db looks pretty good doesn't it?
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