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OCN is in dire need of your help!

Fellow H50 users...

We are looking at total defeat in the up coming Chimp Challenge... we can not suffer this ignominious lose!

We need you help to fold in a battle against the rest of the world!

If you can fold, even for a few hours, please sign up in the link below.

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...gnup-here.html

This is OCN and we need you!
Already on it. Been on it for a couple days with one quad core and now on two quads and a dual.
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come here chimp
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OCN is in dire need of your help!

Fellow H50 users...

We are looking at total defeat in the up coming Chimp Challenge... we can not suffer this ignominious lose!

We need you help to fold in a battle against the rest of the world!

If you can fold, even for a few hours, please sign up in the link below.

http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...gnup-here.html

This is OCN and we need you!

I need to get home and set all this up tonight, I keep saying I am going to but work and being a parent keep getting the in the way. That being said I committed to helping my home forum so I will make time, be prepared for an absolutely noobish "how on earth do I set this up" thread later today...
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hmmmmmm, what you guys think, is it worth an extra 30 bucks to buy gentle 1850rpm's over yate loon high speeds ?

or do you have a suggestion in between the two prices ?

i gotta act quick, chimp is around the corner and im picking up parts and ordering fans online today.

my whole issue with the decisison is the following, will i be able to see or hear a big difference in temps vs noise level ? comparing the 6 yate loons im running right now, the two internal ones wouldnt sound too bad
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oh and nuttie, use the passive cooling fan asus gave you on that heatsink below your cpu, it runs hot as hell from my experience
Yea i know that, that's why i have to order another one. I broke mine from sleeving it. the wire snapped off. Besides i never had heat problems because i have a side fan panel on.
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I got a theory here. Do you think having straight lines of the loop on the H50 makes any difference? Mine is just curved off. Here's an example.

Temps are great i just wonder if it'll perform better if you fix the tube straighten out or it doesn't matter?

Tell me what you think. Should i try to move the tubes a bit better? Will it move the heatsink position? I don't wanna re-apply thermal cuz the one that came with it is on it. Hate to order it or i'd have to end up using my Artic Silver 5 but i like the Shin better, Anyways i wanna know what you think of this?



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see i reset the pump block and this time straightned the tubing a liitle more and today im idle at 35c but my room is also like 60f so ill chack back in a little bit.
    
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I need to get home and set all this up tonight, I keep saying I am going to but work and being a parent keep getting the in the way. That being said I committed to helping my home forum so I will make time, be prepared for an absolutely noobish "how on earth do I set this up" thread later today...
just started
    
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how about two of these bad boys in a push pull config???? what you guys think? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185054
    
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Okay so my two gentletyphoons have arrived....

However, they are branded 'servo' and not scythe. After some googling, I learned that servo is the manufacturer, scythe is the...whatever u call it.

Is a fan just a fan just a fan? or does the scythe one perform better, anyone know?


EDIT: they have the same model number, same speed and etc...
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how about two of these bad boys in a push pull config???? what you guys think? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185054
Don't do it! They are far too noisy! Go with the Ultra Kaze 2000 rpm version. They make no more noise than the R4 but push through a lot more air and have a higher static pressure. You won't regret it.
    
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