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I'm going to be going back to the motherboard it's stuck on though, and i got some new pads from Ace Hardware. However I do have very very very VERY thing pads I can put on top of that so it'll stick to the back plate.

But would a hair dryer cause damage? I would much rather replace the pads all together.
You could have just got 3M Double Sided Pads. Its what they use ;-)

Use Goo Be Gone -- http://www.magicamerican.com/googone...04ab44c06.aspx

You can get it pretty much anywhere. It's what I used to clean my MOBO from that stickyness It works awesome, just make sure to get some rubbing alcohol and a good lint free rag, and clean up the Goo Be Gone afterward
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Depends on your usage - maybe a couple of days of normal use - games, stress tests etc

Your configuration looks good. If you feel the need, you can experiment with and intake config by reversing the directions of the fans.

A shroud is a spacer that negates the dead space on the rad that all fans leave, so the "whole' rad isnt being cooled equally. Shrouds eliminate that dead space.

You can make your own shroud - see my sig for how to..

This is a pick of my rad set up with fans and shrouds...



You can see the shrouds between the fans and the rad.
Damn that's a good idea - but I don't have any fans lying around

Right now I have my air coming in from my front, side and bottom, and leaving through the rear and top. Here's how it looks like:

Intake:
230mm front fan, 140mm front fan, 230mm side fan, 120mm bottom fan
Exhaust:
230mm top fan, 2x CM R4 rear exhaust

Hopefully playing games and stressing my CPU will drop my temperatures a bit. Does the stock thermal paste have a curing time? Or is that only with AS5
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Well it's kinda sad day. I am starting soon a project log but the build will be a all air cooled build. The issue is that it will be the rig that has the H50 now. So either I keep the H50 for possible later use or sell it. What do you guys think?
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Well it's kinda sad day. I am starting soon a project log but the build will be a all air cooled build. The issue is that it will be the rig that has the H50 now. So either I keep the H50 for possible later use or sell it. What do you guys think?
Why all Air Cooling!? WHY!?!?!?!?!

Keep it! Or part it out. I'll take the Radiator
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Why all Air Cooling!? WHY!?!?!?!?!

Keep it! Or part it out. I'll take the Radiator
Well The only way I'll water is getting another XFX 5770 that is reference. I have two but one is not reference and I have one water block for it. If I find another reference I'll get a 2nd block and do a separate loop for it. Then I can keep the H50 for the CPU.
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Well The only way I'll water is getting another XFX 5770 that is reference. I have two but one is not reference and I have one water block for it. If I find another reference I'll get a 2nd block and do a separate loop for it. Then I can keep the H50 for the CPU.
Ahhhhh, I see! I'm really particular, so I would be dealing like mad to get another reference card, just so I could have peace of mind, knowing that my cards match... even if I couldn't see them!
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Ahhhhh, I see! I'm really particular, so I would be dealing like mad to get another reference card, just so I could have peace of mind, knowing that my cards match... even if I couldn't see them!
yeah I would be too bro, but it's a PITA to find another one
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Depends on your usage - maybe a couple of days of normal use - games, stress tests etc

Your configuration looks good. If you feel the need, you can experiment with and intake config by reversing the directions of the fans.

A shroud is a spacer that negates the dead space on the rad that all fans leave, so the "whole' rad isnt being cooled equally. Shrouds eliminate that dead space.

You can make your own shroud - see my sig for how to..

This is a pick of my rad set up with fans and shrouds...



You can see the shrouds between the fans and the rad.
hey Man they are Ultra Kaze 3000rpms? I've just got 4 in the post! cant wait to wach these on my H-50, they are loud but at 133.6 CFM they will do a sterling job!

Oh also, just picked up 2 of these too! these will eliminate any cooling issues with the H-50 they're gonna lift my rig off the ground!! I love industrial fans!!

they are 20db above the UltraKaze's but supply an EXTRA 120CFM on top!!

They are SO gonna be worth it, getting from the US so it will take forever!!
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Damn that's a good idea - but I don't have any fans lying around

Hopefully playing games and stressing my CPU will drop my temperatures a bit. Does the stock thermal paste have a curing time? Or is that only with AS5
Shin Etsu - the H50 stock paste does not have a curing time.

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hey Man they are Ultra Kaze 3000rpms? I've just got 4 in the post! cant wait to wach these on my H-50, they are loud but at 133.6 CFM they will do a sterling job
No, they are UK 2000s. Not as loud as some say
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For shrouds with a push pull set up, do i need one on the push and pull sides or just the push ? as i cant work out how to mount one on the pull side and also have space concerns as the shrouds are kinda large to and two of them may be an issue.
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