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post #5981 of 28303
For those of you with AMD rigs worrying about the pump going out. I installed windows and all my drivers with the pump disconnected, BIOS had idle temps in the upper 70's. Still running as strong as before
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post #5982 of 28303
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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 ?
Your BIOS has a fail-safe temp monitor that will shut down your machine if your CPU reaches a certain temp. I wouldn't worry.
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post #5983 of 28303
just modded my h50.. its reall simple.. just wanted to post a pic, no video card in PC just want to make sure there are no leaks before i put my baby in the case...
Edited by mrhandy65 - 3/22/10 at 8:27am
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just modded my h50.. its reall simple.. just wanted to post a pic, no video card in PC just want to make sure there are no leaks before i put my baby in the case...
Holy sh** man thats a lot of loose wires!! personally if I was goinf for a full loops clean wires would be a must for me!!

But apart form my crazy obsession with wires, thats a pretty decent mod, I aint got the balls to do it with mine, so props man!
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lol.. u mean the power wires.. that is becuase after i did the mod, my PSU went... im going to replace it today. so i need to redo all cable managment anyways.. i hate BFG now.. damn PSU lasted 3 monthes, i cant wait to see if the mod gave me better temps. but for anyone thinking of the mod, just do it, its so easy. just get 1/4 inch inside diameter tubing and correct fittings and test it OUTSIDE the case first!
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post #5986 of 28303
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This, but make sure you disable CPU smart fan control so it's always running @ max.
Luckily new motherboards usually have the 4-pin pwm connector for the cpu fan. By plugging the 3-pin pump connector into the 4-pin it bypasses the speed control connection (pwm) and runs at max at all times. Just observe that you connect it properly by inserting the slot in the fan connector into the tab on the mobo connector.
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How much power does the pump pull? 1 amp? 2 amps? I think my header is only rated for 2 amps...

Also a side note about the BIOS thermal shutdown, I dont know about all MB but My Gigabyte has the option but comes disabled from the factory. so You manualy need to go in and configure the shutdown temp for the MB to actualy turn off at that temp.

Edit: So the H50 has the 4-pin PWM connection and with that you dont need to change the Smart CPU option? I am guessing this since it pulses the 12v inplace of droping the voltage to obtain different RPM's... and the Pump NEEDS 12V and not the 8 or 9 or what else it would try to give in the 3 pin configuration.
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lol.. u mean the power wires.. that is becuase after i did the mod, my PSU went... im going to replace it today. so i need to redo all cable managment anyways.. i hate BFG now.. damn PSU lasted 3 monthes, i cant wait to see if the mod gave me better temps. but for anyone thinking of the mod, just do it, its so easy. just get 1/4 inch inside diameter tubing and correct fittings and test it OUTSIDE the case first!
3 months !! thats a bit council! i dont think i could go anything other than Corsair for psu manufacturer, I'm not saying the others aren't adequate, but i've never had a problem with both my Corsairs, the HX650 and the TX950.

I must say i'm getting tempted to mod my h-50 now, its not like i'm unhappy with my temps but colder is cooler no?
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Luckily new motherboards usually have the 4-pin pwm connector for the cpu fan. By plugging the 3-pin pump connector into the 4-pin it bypasses the speed control connection (pwm) and runs at max at all times. Just observe that you connect it properly by inserting the slot in the fan connector into the tab on the mobo connector.
I wouldnt trust that, some boards like mine will auto throttle 3 pin connectors as well as 4 pin unless set correctly.
post #5990 of 28303
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just modded my h50.. its reall simple.. just wanted to post a pic, no video card in PC just want to make sure there are no leaks before i put my baby in the case...
Why not run the ram in dual channel? The way you got them setup I am thinking its in single.
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