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post #7031 of 28247
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Originally Posted by Sethy666 View Post
Respectfully, why not?

Ive had my Ultra Kaze 2000s running off the CPU fan header and the Aux fan header for months now and there hasnt been an issue (that Im aware of).

Or, are you referring exclusively too Kaze 3000s?
I was sort of referring to the 3k's, but still, plugging fans into your motherboard is aesthetically bad (in my book) because wires are going everywhere to your motherboard, rather than a stable line off your PSU or fan controller.
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Mine has scratches already, is that telling me to buy another one? :S
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Hey all, new to the H50 thread. I have few questions regarding the push/pull setup.

I am currently using the stock antec fan that came with the case ( antec 1200 w/ gigabyte p55a-ud3 mobo ) and the stock corsair fan that came with the h50. I notice that my corsair fan is only doing about 450rpm ( low speed? ) while the antec does about 1200rpm or so on mid speed. I plugged the corsair fan under fan2 in the mobo but i can't seem to find a way to raise its rpm. Wish it had came with a socket that i can just plug in the psu like the other fans. I want it so both fans almost match in terms of rpms. Currently running between 29-33c on idle but i know it can do better. Any help appreciated ^^b
Edited by oo0oolala - 4/16/10 at 4:09am
post #7034 of 28247
Sweet! I got my new H50 back from RMA and installed it in the same P/P config. Hitting 68 Max temp. Might have with ambient temp though.

Going to give it a try to mount it in the front of the chassi and see what temps i get =)

Edit: Did a really quick test to see if it was a huge impact on temps. But it wasnt. It was 68 with intake and was flickering between 68-69 mounted in front of the 140mm Chassifan at the front.

The noise reduction was huge when the fans spinned up to higher rpm. And no problems with dust now =P
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post #7035 of 28247
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Originally Posted by ToxicAdam View Post
82.4 degrees

Are you naked?!

Damn its hot in there.

I read over a certain fan speed it doesn't cool anymore. 3000rpm vs 2000rpm

As for your temps I think your ambient temps are a major factor here.

That's exactly what it was, turned on the AC and the ambient temps dropped to 21C. At full load it was sitting around 49-50C in coretemp.

I'm going to end up shelving or selling these Ultra Kaze's though, 2 of them on the radiator sounds like a mini hair dryer, and my PC is in a shared room (living room), as we live in an apartment.

What I'm getting in its place is an updated chassis (HAF 932), 2x Scythe S-FLEX SFF21F fans for push/pull on the radiator (will mount in the top of the HAF 932), 2x Scythe S-FLEX SFF21E's for the top exhaust on each side of the radiator (all of this in lieu of the 230mm fan up top).

That should get me better ambient temps overall, and hopefully more of an "air moving" sound instead of the blow dryer sound from those Kaze's, without sacrificing too much on my CPU temps.
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Hey all, new to the H50 thread. I have few questions regarding the push/pull setup.

I am currently using the stock antec fan that came with the case ( antec 1200 w/ gigabyte p55a-ud3 mobo ) and the stock corsair fan that came with the h50. I notice that my corsair fan is only doing about 450rpm ( low speed? ) while the antec does about 1200rpm or so on mid speed. I plugged the corsair fan under fan2 in the mobo but i can't seem to find a way to raise its rpm. Wish it had came with a socket that i can just plug in the psu like the other fans. I want it so both fans almost match in terms of rpms. Currently running between 29-33c on idle but i know it can do better. Any help appreciated ^^b
You could always get yourself a fan controler such as the NZXT Sentry 2!
 
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post #7037 of 28247
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Not that the light humming of the GT's were annoying, but I've had them hooked up directly to my PSU in addition to my fan controller and they still hummed. My new fans are about the same noise and produce the same temps, but they're PWM.
Maybe it depends on the MB? I know for a fact that EVGA's MB cause the humming to be extremely loud and annoying

We tested it with 2 EVGA x58 3x and 1 LE and the results were the same.

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Do you believe the CPU fan header isn't supplying the GT with enough voltage?
I believe the power is not as clean maybe? The RPM's showed them running full speed like normal. It was just the humming noise increased using the MB's 3pin vs a fan controller directly to the PSU.
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Hi this is my first post on this forum.. I just upgraded to an H50 stock fan intaking air, core i5-750, 2x2 gigs of ocz platinum 1600Mhz ddr3, gigabyte p55a ud3 mobo and an a sapphire 5870 video card. The psu I'm using is my old Corsair HX520 and the case is a Coolermaster 690. I have one a stock Coolermaster 120mm fan on the front panel of the case intaking air and a 120mm fan w/ dust filter on the side door sucking in air also. I'm getting about 30c idle and 50c doing prime95 blend.. I live in hawaii so the ambient temp is about 82f in the room I have the computer in.
I've only had the computer together about 24 hours.. and I ran prime95 for 12 hours with no problems.
My next step is to overclock.. I'm hoping to get 4GHz. I haven't overclocked in a while so I am going to be reading up on voltages and clock multipliers and stuff today before I attempt to do it.. I'm willing to change to a push/pull if I have to.
Any guides to overclocking settings in particular that I should be looking at today?
edit: I notice in my bios it says the pump is running at 1330rpm and the radiator fan is 1679. I turned off smart fan control.. are these acceptable speeds? I know the pump is supposed to run at 1400 so that's why I mention it

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Hi this is my first post on this forum.. I just upgraded to an H50 stock fan intaking air, core i5-750, 2x2 gigs of ocz platinum 1600Mhz ddr3, gigabyte p55a ud3 mobo and an a sapphire 5870 video card. The psu I'm using is my old Corsair HX520 and the case is a Coolermaster 690. I have one a stock Coolermaster 120mm fan on the front panel of the case intaking air and a 120mm fan w/ dust filter on the side door sucking in air also. I'm getting about 30c idle and 50c doing prime95 blend.. I live in hawaii so the ambient temp is about 82f in the room I have the computer in.
I've only had the computer together about 24 hours.. and I ran prime95 for 12 hours with no problems.
My next step is to overclock.. I'm hoping to get 4GHz. I haven't overclocked in a while so I am going to be reading up on voltages and clock multipliers and stuff today before I attempt to do it.. I'm willing to change to a push/pull if I have to.
Any guides to overclocking settings in particular that I should be looking at today?
Welcome! You need to fill in your system specs before you can receive any help as people would like to know what you have first.

For instance if you have an Intel CPU i5/i7 they are generally easy to get to 4GHz!
 
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Hi this is my first post on this forum.. I just upgraded to an H50 stock fan intaking air, core i5-750, 2x2 gigs of ocz platinum 1600Mhz ddr3, gigabyte p55a ud3 mobo and an a sapphire 5870 video card. The psu I'm using is my old Corsair HX520 and the case is a Coolermaster 690. I have one a stock Coolermaster 120mm fan on the front panel of the case intaking air and a 120mm fan w/ dust filter on the side door sucking in air also. I'm getting about 30c idle and 50c doing prime95 blend.. I live in hawaii so the ambient temp is about 82f in the room I have the computer in.
I've only had the computer together about 24 hours.. and I ran prime95 for 12 hours with no problems.
My next step is to overclock.. I'm hoping to get 4GHz. I haven't overclocked in a while so I am going to be reading up on voltages and clock multipliers and stuff today before I attempt to do it.. I'm willing to change to a push/pull if I have to.
Any guides to overclocking settings in particular that I should be looking at today?
edit: I notice in my bios it says the pump is running at 1330rpm and the radiator fan is 1679. I turned off smart fan control.. are these acceptable speeds? I know the pump is supposed to run at 1400 so that's why I mention it
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ing-guide.html

That might help you out a little i guess, or not
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