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post #6431 of 28303
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I'm not sure about him, but I found that mounting it in the front using 2 x 120mm fans as push and 1 x 120mm fan as a pull (as an intake vs exhaust) lowered my load temps by 6C.
...just a note for ya; this is my setup for my system: > click 4 HERE < & for >> HERE << 2 C . . . . .


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post #6432 of 28303
What's your voltage at and your load temps? I'm happy with hitting 46C load
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post #6433 of 28303
...was sittin at 50 to 52C but that was just after the install & using AS5; going to be pulling off
and reseating using MX3 here soon, but have noticed temp's upon load (P95_blend) to stand
around's the 44 to 48C mark for now since i'm taking the AS5 is curing and all.....
{ idle tend's to sit at 27 to 29C, depending upon the ambient's } This is with the "othr-box" system / Gigabyte setup...


EDIT: vcore is at 1.488v./ NB is at 1.400v./ SB is at stock(auto)


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Edited by mr-Charles - 4/2/10 at 9:03am
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post #6434 of 28303
Those are some very nice load temps, specially at your volts.
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post #6435 of 28303
..thnx Aqualoon; Yeah, i got this drop from setting up within the 5.25 bay's for the Fresh Air - Intake [ on my "Othr-bx" ] vrs. the "BLk-bx" setup in the Sig= has the setup for at the back with only ONE shroud in the Pull figuration; i try'd it with the Push but the temp's were like 2* lower for shroud on the pull side.....


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Edited by mr-Charles - 4/2/10 at 9:14am
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post #6436 of 28303
I am using no shrouds... debating if I want to hack up some old fans and male some. I am using the corsair stock fan that comes with the H50, a thermaltake adjustable fan in a push pull config. I did also replace my junky thermaltake front intake fans with enermax ones that move 2 times the amount of air each then the previous. I also did some cable management...

I also have over clocked my cpu since then and running 300MHz OC. So I am running much cooler then before and with an OC when previously I did not feel comefortable even trying to OC when I was reaching the high temps I was.
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I remember someone mentioned you can get screws for H50 from Home depot(for the extra fan for Push/Pull). Anyone know what kind of screws I should get?
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I remember someone mentioned you can get screws for H50 from Home depot(for the extra fan for Push/Pull). Anyone know what kind of screws I should get?
#6x32 Machine Screws. They're 1-1/4" if you want the same length as OEM.
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So, I need to ask, even thought the FAQ addressed it in the first forum post.

If I set this up with a push/pull, its going to be intake pulling cold air from outsaide the case, over the radiator and then into the case, all over my components, or warmer air through the radiator and outside of the case?

The first makes more sense to me, but blowing that hot air over my components, seems like an odd route to take, However Im using a storm scout, so I have a 140mm exhaust in the top of my case, and an intake in the front of my case, pulling cool air across the drives, and out the back, so Im a little confused as to how I should configure this setup
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So, I need to ask, even thought the FAQ addressed it in the first forum post.

If I set this up with a push/pull, its going to be intake pulling cold air from outsaide the case, over the radiator and then into the case, all over my components, or warmer air through the radiator and outside of the case?

The first makes more sense to me, but blowing that hot air over my components, seems like an odd route to take, However Im using a storm scout, so I have a 140mm exhaust in the top of my case, and an intake in the front of my case, pulling cool air across the drives, and out the back, so Im a little confused as to how I should configure this setup
I have a 230mm fan blowing out the top in the case I had my rig in. I still got better temps with the fans on the H50 exhausting than intaking. Give both a shot and stick with the better route.
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