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Originally Posted by paulo dourado View Post
that screw looks like a SUPER easy mod to fix man. just drill a hole through the plastic where it hits the screw
Seriously? >< Errm about the thermal tape that comes with H50, can it be reused again and again? Or you have to peel it off once you unmount the cooler?
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I was wondering if there is anyway (or someone has macgyvered something) of having a warning if the H50 pump fails ?
    
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just installed h50 on my cpu..loving the temps on my procie

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Just ordered mine Last night. Prolly won't have pics of it mounted until late April though. Waiting for the 890FX to be released and possibly (depending on price) Phenom II X6.
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I was wondering if there is anyway (or someone has macgyvered something) of having a warning if the H50 pump fails ?
most water cooling systems have inline gauges that either report back as a fan RPM or provide a visual showing water is flowing. Since the Pump on the H50 uses a 3 pin power off the MB fan header it will provide "RPM" feedback that can be seen on any program that monitors your system fans.

Most cases water pumps fail they just fail, they usually don't gradually get worse. with that being the case its hard to develop a sensor network that will let you know if the pump is failing. best thing that can be done is to keep all things equal and if you start seeing higher temps with no change in any thing else (making sure to keep same ambient and work load temps and fan configuration and flow) you may have a problem. with the accuracy of programs and the temp sensors them selves I would give a 1-2*C of margin.
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most water cooling systems have inline gauges that either report back as a fan RPM or provide a visual showing water is flowing. Since the Pump on the H50 uses a 3 pin power off the MB fan header it will provide "RPM" feedback that can be seen on any program that monitors your system fans.

Most cases water pumps fail they just fail, they usually don't gradually get worse. with that being the case its hard to develop a sensor network that will let you know if the pump is failing. best thing that can be done is to keep all things equal and if you start seeing higher temps with no change in any thing else (making sure to keep same ambient and work load temps and fan configuration and flow) you may have a problem. with the accuracy of programs and the temp sensors them selves I would give a 1-2*C of margin.
hmm.. I have relocated my pump to a the 12v rail via a molex to avoid drawing to much from my board as I had 1 vreg, 2 sys and 1 cpu header being used. I am waiting on a G.Skill RAM cooler that will use the newly opened sys header.

So the solution would be to find a small fan fail alarm ?
    
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Originally Posted by DefecTalisman View Post
I was wondering if there is anyway (or someone has macgyvered something) of having a warning if the H50 pump fails ?
Plug the pump into the cpu fan header. Most motherboards will shut down if it sees no rpm on that header, or at least warn you. Make sure that feature is enabled in the bios if it's available. You also get a full 12v to the pump at all times if it's a 4-pin pwm header.

Edit: As an alternative most motherboards also have high cpu temperature settings. You could use those to shutdown if the cpu gets too hot.
Edited by looser101 - 3/22/10 at 6:38am
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mind i ask of in your kit: Did it contain what's showing for the first picture??

{i ask this for i believe, (and i need to verify), this is the "REV.3" for it's mounting bracket's which
all come within the kit's , now...}

Where did you purchase this kit from???

and last question is: Does it state anywhere on the box of what " REV.# " this model is??

and to answer your question: Most would rather find the set for showing in your first picture to be
of more strength/stronger that the one's shwoing for within the second picture.....
Preferably to one's to have even ! !


mr-Charles .

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Im not sure... I have the old mounting which seems to work for me... I have done alot of remounting lately (dont tell my wife ) and its as strong as the first day I got it.

Mr Charles is correct - I like the looks of the latest mount.
The latest ones according the corsair are the metal ones. Which is the H50 V3.

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=82317
Edited by ChrisB17 - 3/22/10 at 7:13am
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Plug the pump into the cpu fan header. Most motherboards will shut down if it sees no rpm on that header, or at least warn you. Make sure that feature is enabled in the bios if it's available. You also get a full 12v to the pump at all times if it's a 4-pin pwm header.

Edit: As an alternative most motherboards also have high cpu temperature settings. You could use those to shutdown if the cpu gets too hot.
This, but make sure you disable CPU smart fan control so it's always running @ max.
     
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Correct me if I am wrong but if you plug a 3-pin into the MB with only the sense (yellow wire) it will still be able to know the speed of the fan right? or does it need the Ground wire also connected (is the MB grounded to chassie)?

I Like the Idea of flow meters better, it actualy shows the folw of water vs if the pump is working or not. You can also set up thermal shutdown so if the pump does fail it will turn off before something bad happens.
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