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Mate that look great How did you put thre blue lights around the H50's "bracket" and then the light wire around the H50 tubes? Looks awesome!!!
    
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WHOhooo i finally made it to the forums (not that i was hard though)..

Well, i joined basically because knowing how many ppl crazy ye have in these forums (dont get me wrong, this is in the good way) i wanted to know if someone ever had the idea of fitting the h50 or a custom h50 in a video card.

lookin forwad for ideas too as i might make this a proyect.
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what were u temp 1.4v
72C on the hottest core, high 60's on the rest. Ambient of ~22C Full Prime load. Runs cooler when the ambient is lower. This is with HT enabled, too. Will play around with it to get it stable at lower voltage, I think I have a little wiggle room. Just a little
    
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Mate that look great How did you put thre blue lights around the H50's "bracket" and then the light wire around the H50 tubes? Looks awesome!!!
I bought the LED flex strips off of Ebay for like $2 and just carefully wrapped them around the base of the pump. As far as the LED wires wrapped around the tubes, those were from a LED lit floppy cable that I wasn't using, so I cut the cable apart and stole the LED wire from inside

The pic I posted makes the LED's look way brighter than they actually are. Here is a short YouTube vid I made if you want to check them out in action.

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheSecti.../0/ESK6ckkE5Fs

Feel free to leave a comment if you wish... good or bad
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Question guys what do ya'll think about these fans? looking at getting some for my triple rad and maybe push pull for my corsair. Isn't it good static pressure that we are looking for?

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Sanyo-Denki-...item1e5ba7e856
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I bought the LED flex strips off of Ebay for like $2 and just carefully wrapped them around the base of the pump. As far as the LED wires wrapped around the tubes, those were from a LED lit floppy cable that I wasn't using, so I cut the cable apart and stole the LED wire from inside

The pic I posted makes the LED's look way brighter than they actually are. Here is a short YouTube vid I made if you want to check them out in action.

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheSecti.../0/ESK6ckkE5Fs

Feel free to leave a comment if you wish... good or bad

If i were you, you could have used AC Ryan UV non-conductive paint and as long you have cold cathodes it could glow sweet or get one of these..

http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g6/c...rip-Page1.html

or here.. http://www.xoxide.com/elwire.html and here.. http://www.xoxide.com/leds.html

Hope this helps your project a bit better. Looks nice but clutter job, You could do better with
those wires!

Oh btw my H50 arrives tomorrow and i'm very excited!
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Which fans will perform better GT AP15 or Akasa Apache Blacks?
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Which fans will perform better GT AP15 or Akasa Apache Blacks?
Akasa apache fans lack either the high cfm or the air pressure to effectively cool radiators. In any case, high cfm fans without high air pressure will fail as the radiators often reduce fans ability to keep their claimed cfm trough the whole radiator body.

I would reccomend Yate loons, propper san aces, gentle typhoons (wichever their maker since they comply with the same specifications) or even cooler master excalibur or blademaster fans (the laters being worser since they are sleeve bearing but then again, have balanced cfm/air pressure). If you want to go hardcore and have high noise tolerance you could go with scythe ultra kaze single or push pull.
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how much is the static pressure on the GT AP15?
i read somewhere that Akasa Apache's static pressure was 2.6 and that was higher than the GT, can someone confirm this?
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Question guys what do ya'll think about these fans? looking at getting some for my triple rad and maybe push pull for my corsair. Isn't it good static pressure that we are looking for?

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Sanyo-Denki-...item1e5ba7e856
These are GOOD fans, somewhat noisy too.
He mentions the 38mm thick ones, i would go with those since the extra thickness tends to favour the static pressure meaning they are more capable radiator wise.

best wishes.
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