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Off topic... Sorry, but I find your avatar..... disturbing
Just search around for Spagett, it might make more sense.
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go here and upload them. once they are uploaded copy the IMG link it gives you and post in thread.
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Just search around for Spagett, it might make more sense.
now Im even more disturbed
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[IMG][/IMG]

testing!
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It works!

And now to show you my horrible, horrible wiring skills...

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you do have another fan on the back of the rad as exhaust?
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Ok guys, my bios says the pump is running at 1330 rpm.. do you think if I use a 3pin to 4 pin molex adapter on it, it would go to 1400 rpm?
I just overclocked to 4GHz and load temps reach 95C with linux stress test. I had to stop the test and I'm about to try to lower voltages
edit: just ordered two gentle typhoon 1850's.
I had the same issue with a H50 on a Core i7 980X. Idle temp 25-28c, under load (Prime95) 100c. No good. Then I checked my H50 setup and I noticed that I had not properly seated the pump under the retentionring. I twisted it just another milimeter and it snapped in correctly. Result: idle temp the same, around 25-28c. Temp under load (Prime95) 70c.

I have the 980X at 4Ghz. Not too exciting.
 
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holy crapballs Gustave if im not mistaken your pc is one expensive beast. i'd hate to think your a Sunday driver with a Ferrari
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post #7349 of 28253
my corsair h50, sorry for the bad quality picture xD
4GHz Q9650 temperatures ( 1,37v in bios )
31/33 degrees idle
full 54/60 degrees





recommended for fans to h50?
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Blech, these S-Flexs blow as rad fans. this is my first foray into WC, so I hadn't paid much attention to static pressure and whatnot, I guess this is a learning experience. It seems like the Antec fans I had assumed were garbage actually work pretty well on high speed, and aren't particularly noisy. Open to suggestion on 25mm fans, as I do not have the room to run a pair of 38s or 2 x 25 with a shroud. Sticking with the Antecs for the time being, also not happy with the awkward whine that comes from these SFFs.
The whine is from the pull fan. If you could just fit 1 shroud in front of that pull fan it would work much better and quiet down. You're comparing a 1600rpm fan to a 2000rpm fan. All else being equal, a 2000rpm fan will outperform a 1600rpm one. If you don't mind the increased noise there is nothing wrong with a Tricool.
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