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Tham, they're expensive O.o

I think i'll wait for a bit until I buy something else, I thought they were cheaper. Can't spend so much money right now, I spent loads this month with games ( Bad Company 2, Assassin's Creed 2, GTA IV, Command and Conquer 4, Alien vs Predator ... ), Windows 7 Home Premium, a new 23" 1920x1080p monitor...

I guess i'll wait
Bad Company 2 ftw
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I bet he's using the stock fan included with the H50. :3

Pics please?
I am using 1 stock from H50 and 1 xigmatek, although I have another spare xigmatek of these:

http://www1.hardwareversand.de/artic...id=23773&lid=2

Are they bwetter than the stock H50 fan? If so I could install the spare one to have x2 xigmatek instead.

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Bad Company 2 ftw
This.
    
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I am using 1 stock from H50 and 1 xigmatek, although I have another spare xigmatek of these:

http://www1.hardwareversand.de/artic...id=23773&lid=2

Are they bwetter than the stock H50 fan? If so I could install the spare one to have x2 xigmatek instead.
Kand meant illestdomer2005 not you
I'd try it with two Xigis and see what kind of temps you get
     
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Kand meant illestdomer2005 not you
I'd try it with two Xigis and see what kind of temps you get
Would you recommend me having it as ( push/pull ) intake or exhaust?

Here's my PC:




The first fan on H50 rad is the stock H50 and then the Xigmatek, they're exhausting off the case.
    
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Try both, but I'd personally say exhaust. I had 1-2 lower cpu temps with intake on my 902, but my case temps got very hot inside with all the hot air coming off the radiotr going into my case. Of course now that I'm using a Silverstone Fortress 2, exhaust is my only option, in terms of mounting it up top.

Quoting Killhouse

"Basically - mounting the radiator as INTAKE will reduce CPU temperatures, the amount depends a lot on your case and your other hardware. If you have loud, stock coolers on your graphics card and less-than-fantastic exhaust fans then your system will get hot quickly. You'll be blowing hot air from the CPU all over the motherboard.
Now this isnt such a great problem at idle temperatures, and could be nice in some ways, since your CPU will stay dead cold and your fans will barely move. However, at load, your CPU may be running at 50C (assuming a high overclock, for AMD - even higher for Intel). Now I can tell you from experience that the Corsair is VERY good at moving that heat from your CPU to the radiator, and if you put your hand over the exhaust from it it's very hot. The thought of this blowing all over my motherboard, RAM, Graphics cards makes me cringe, it just seems so counterintuitive.
In terms of what you notice - intake will yield a couple of degrees better temperature, although really depends on the hardware in your system. If you have lots of graphics cards it's going to increase this difference.
The personal feelings of myself and most people in this forum are to ignore Corsairs advice, and configure the fan as EXHAUST. Note that we also see big improvements in temperatures when you use a push/pull setup.
Here is a blog directly from Corsair, and includes some of the testing they did on Push/Pull
"

Here's mine and the fans aren't that bright in real life lol



Edited by Jocelyn84 - 4/13/10 at 10:30am
     
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Hello people.

I need your urgent recommendation.

Right now I have 2 Xigmatek push/pull with the H50 radiator. They look cool, but they don't push much air sadly.

So I was planning to buy 2 of these:

http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/...0mm::7293.html

Do you recommend them? Are they very loud compared to my Xigmatek ??
Get some ear plugs!

I can however suggest these.
http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/...rpm::4268.html
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Would you recommend me having it as ( push/pull ) intake or exhaust?

Here's my PC:




The first fan on H50 rad is the stock H50 and then the Xigmatek, they're exhausting off the case.
That looks like my HAF932.. Like others have said try it both ways,
but for me: that case and 2 5870s liked exhaust better.
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post #6888 of 28252
So guys, I've been contemplating a H50 over my Mugen 2 just for the cleaner look and maybe slightly cooler temps. I've heard they aren't as efficient on AMD chips as opposed to intel's. Any truth to this?
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I believe AMD chips are idling in the low 30's compared to Intel's high 30's low 40's
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I believe AMD chips are idling in the low 30's compared to Intel's high 30's low 40's
I wonder what kind of temps I'd be looking at then. I'm currently idling around 33-34 and loading at 50 or so.
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