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post #671 of 28303
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Hi @ all, iam new here =)

Nice Forum, the first account in a english forum from me. I hope my english is not to bad
Sorry for offtopic, i have a question. What is a "Rep-point" ?
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Greetz

Your english is fine - welcome to the forums!

Nice set up you have happening there..

A "rep" point is obtained if your post assists a person, or the greater membership of the forum with a problem.
You can also get rep if you supply an idea or suggestion for a hardware / software solution eg modding a piece of hardward.

Generally, if people find your suggestions and advice helpful, you will recieve a rep point.

You cant give yourself rep. You cant ask for rep.

See here: http://www.overclock.net/new-members...n-defined.html
post #672 of 28303
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Originally Posted by xmisery View Post
Hi Guys,

Overall, I'm very pleased and look forward to pushing this system a bit further in the coming weeks. Attached is a picture of my H50! Requesting to be part of the club!
Slick! Very nice

Killhouse is currently MIA elsewhere, so Im not sure when the front page will be updated.

He'll have some work adding all these new members upon his return.
post #673 of 28303
Well he's gana have a little more then =) just installed mine yesterday and really liking how it looks. Also keeps my prime torture 10C lower than my old xiggy!! woooo

Now just need to find a camera... tired of taking pics with my phone lol
post #674 of 28303
just purchased one of these!
post #675 of 28303
i bough one of these and it arrived today. So i got it installed and my CPU temps are actually pretty high. about 10C higher that my air fan, a Zalman 110MM one. And i know i'm doing something wrong. anyone have any thoughs? I installed it the way the manual said any everything.
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post #676 of 28303
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i bough one of these and it arrived today. So i got it installed and my CPU temps are actually pretty high. about 10C higher that my air fan, a Zalman 110MM one. And i know i'm doing something wrong. anyone have any thoughs? I installed it the way the manual said any everything.
Did you use the stock TIM?
If you applied your own TIM, maybe you applied it wrong. And did you twist the block to remove any air bubbles?
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Did you use the stock TIM?
If you applied your own TIM, maybe you applied it wrong. And did you twist the block to remove any air bubbles?

I used my own TIM that came with my Zalman, but it seems kinda cheap <_< "super thermal grease"
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post #678 of 28303
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Originally Posted by Itank View Post
i bough one of these and it arrived today. So i got it installed and my CPU temps are actually pretty high. about 10C higher that my air fan, a Zalman 110MM one. And i know i'm doing something wrong. anyone have any thoughs? I installed it the way the manual said any everything.

I have the same CPU as you and the same problem when I installed the H50.

<get something better than the Zalmans TIM for next time>

I removed the pre-applied TIM and used MX 3. I used 4 dots around the CPU and 1 dot in the middle for the second attempt and made sure the pump was flush with the CPU.

So, its probable that the pump head isnt sitting right. Take it off, re-apply the TIM and reseat. Apply even pressure to the head as you move it so it engages the holding ring.

Screw the fastening screws in diagonal opposites eg screw 1, screw 3, screw 2, screw 4. a little at a time, so the TIM doesnt squish out one side. Then follow the same pattern until the screws no longer turn... done
post #679 of 28303
Just installed mine in my new build this week. i5 is overclocked to 3.28ghz and idles between 35C and 38C...never saw it break past 57C under prime95 loads. Really is the icing on the cake for my new computer build!
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post #680 of 28303
Just found this club.


My H50 set up is an external mount using a modified Antec 900 case.

Has a Scythe 120x120x38mm fan pushing and the stock Corsair fan pulling in the case.




Works great.
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