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Use a tripod or some sort of stand. Also use the timer so you dont shake the camera moving it away.
i have a 50/50 chance with a cellphone camera will, i dont have money to buy a new digi cam atm >.> my old one bit it a while ago
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If the OP wishes to add this piece of information the OP can:

I contact Corsair to see what the stock Thermal grease was on the Corsair H50, they said it was Shin-Etsu however did not know what model of Shin-Etsu thermal grease it was. I proceeded to contact MicroSi (Sub company of Shin-Etsu Chemical). They managed to find what Shin-Etsu grease it was: Shin-Etsu X23-7783D... As some of you may know the Xsystem review found Shin-etsu X23-7783D to be the best thermal grease available in the market. Better then IC diamond 7.

Anyways hope that solves some questions with the stock thermal grease.
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Looks like i'm buying this tomorrow because my quad seems to get a bit warmer now compared to the fact it was close to 80 degrees outside today and it's getting warrrrrm! I think it's time to go water cooling. Can't believe i'm doing this. I still wanna use Artic Silver 5 or OCZ Freeze but i may give this thermal paste that is already on there a chance. Since you guys said it's good.
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If the OP wishes to add this piece of information the OP can:

I contact Corsair to see what the stock Thermal grease was on the Corsair H50, they said it was Shin-Etsu however did not know what model of Shin-Etsu thermal grease it was. I proceeded to contact MicroSi (Sub company of Shin-Etsu Chemical). They managed to find what Shin-Etsu grease it was: Shin-Etsu X23-7783D... As some of you may know the Xsystem review found Shin-etsu X23-7783D to be the best thermal grease available in the market. Better then IC diamond 7.

Anyways hope that solves some questions with the stock thermal grease.
Guess we have a Artic Silver 5 Debat here.
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So im not terribly happy with my H50 and pair of GT AP15's in push/pull from a noise point of view. above about 1100 to 1200 RPM what i assume is the turbulence "whine" of air being pushed/pulled thought the rad just gets to loud for me. But I worry that 1100RPM is a bit slow.. on the Intel Burn In Test set to the "High" setting with the panels of my case off I got temps of 80 Deg + after about 10 mins or so.

When i got the H50 i did notice some of the rad "fins" (the s shaped thin metal divider things)were a bit out of wack and the paint was chipped, maybe two/three of the S's in top left about 2in diagonal in from corner. Am wondering if this could be cause of noise issues ..
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So im not terribly happy with my H50 and pair of GT AP15's in push/pull from a noise point of view. above about 1100 to 1200 RPM what i assume is the turbulence "whine" of air being pushed/pulled thought the rad just gets to loud for me. But I worry that 1100RPM is a bit slow.. on the Intel Burn In Test set to the "High" setting with the panels of my case off I got temps of 80 Deg + after about 10 mins or so.

When i got the H50 i did notice some of the rad "fins" (the s shaped thin metal divider things)were a bit out of wack and the paint was chipped, maybe two/three of the S's in top left about 2in diagonal in from corner. Am wondering if this could be cause of noise issues ..
I've heard that adding shrouds will make the fans a little less noisy.
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Edited by Lrs3329 - 3/31/10 at 4:42pm
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well finally got around to installing it for the last time in my case. i have tried multiple configs and nothing seems to help out temps as much as my Copper TRUE. here is was i am averaging on load temps (on a good day) and when it is a bit warmer bump this up to 72c. to knock down temps 1c i put a fan on the side blowing toward the block.

Set up is 2x Ultra Kaze 3000 push/pull exhaust, 1 90mm thermaltake as intake, 1 120mm as exhaust on top and 1 120mm antec tri-cool hanging from top blowing on block. that's a lot of noise. charging my camera and will post pics of the set-up.

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So im not terribly happy with my H50 and pair of GT AP15's in push/pull from a noise point of view. above about 1100 to 1200 RPM what i assume is the turbulence "whine" of air being pushed/pulled thought the rad just gets to loud for me. But I worry that 1100RPM is a bit slow.. on the Intel Burn In Test set to the "High" setting with the panels of my case off I got temps of 80 Deg + after about 10 mins or so.

When i got the H50 i did notice some of the rad "fins" (the s shaped thin metal divider things)were a bit out of wack and the paint was chipped, maybe two/three of the S's in top left about 2in diagonal in from corner. Am wondering if this could be cause of noise issues ..
Yeah, when I had my Corsair fans they were indeed much too loud. You should check out the Noctua NH-P12 (i think that's the model name), and put the ultra-low-noise adapter. It brings the RPMs down from 1200 to 900, but i do not see a performance change, just inaudible.
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Stupid question, What would be the best way to get the adhesive pads off a motherboard? I was able to get my H50 back plate off a motherboard, but the black adhesive pads they shipped with are stuck to it.

Should I get a hair dryer and blow on the pads for a minute and try to peal it off?

I don't want to damage anything.
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