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Alright fells, I'm stumped.

I just picked up a 965BE and am idling at about 55C with an H50, and the CPU is stock completely. I haven't even done anything intensive for fear of how high it would go. I had to apply my own AS5 to the H50 and I did it several times to make sure it was right.

It starts about 35C idle when I first apply it, but it quickly rises up to 50C. Compared to my old X4 620 which idled at 28C and loaded at about 38C, I'm concerned. Is it the chip itself that just runs this hot or is the H50 just not enough.


Edited by Sozin - 5/10/10 at 7:03pm
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So should I take out the bottom two on the sketch and then screw them through the other side? Will it be stable like that?
Leave two mounted diagonally. Use the two you took out on the other side.
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So should I take out the bottom two on the sketch and then screw them through the other side? Will it be stable like that?
Yep,

However take off one from the bottom and one from top, making sure that the 2 screws on each fan are on a diagonal like / (One on top right, one on bottom left) to make sure they are properly "fix/tight".

I've had mine for long and they're more than enough to hold them.

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no guys what i mean is FAN>SHROUD>RADIATOR>SHROUD>FAN.
i make SHROUD to see what performance i can get.
but is too long.so i wonder what kind of screw should i get
i mean how i can i attached it to the radiator?
38mm+25mm = 63mm. i need at least a 65mm screw or longer.
You can try with the stock screws but instead of trying to go through the "back" of the fan you can put them through the other side/part. Will try to crudely illustrate.

DON'T DO

screws|fan||shroud||radiator||shroud||fan|screws

DO THIS

|fan/screws||shroud||radiator||shroud||screws/fan|

Instead of putting the screws on the outside parts of the fan put them on the other side where there is holes too. It will be difficult to screw them in but it will work and you can make it work with just two screws put them diagonally.

If I had room between the back of my case and where the H50 sticks out I would've put shrouds in between the fans but I couldn't even fit 1.
Edited by Carfanatic - 5/10/10 at 6:29pm
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Alright fells, I'm stumped.

I just picked up a 965BE and am idling at about 55C with an H50, and the CPU is stock completely. I haven't even done anything intensive for fear of how high it would go. I had to apply my own AS5 to the H50 and I did it several times to make sure it was right.

It starts about 35C idle when I first apply it, but it quickly rises up to 50C. Compared to my old X4 620 which idled at 28C and loaded at about 28C, I'm concerned. Is it the chip itself that just runs this hot or is the H50 just not enough.
Your case fan isn't spinning very fast is cool air getting in, is it like that with the cover off?
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Alright fells, I'm stumped.

I just picked up a 965BE and am idling at about 55C with an H50, and the CPU is stock completely. I haven't even done anything intensive for fear of how high it would go. I had to apply my own AS5 to the H50 and I did it several times to make sure it was right.

It starts about 35C idle when I first apply it, but it quickly rises up to 50C. Compared to my old X4 620 which idled at 28C and loaded at about 38C, I'm concerned. Is it the chip itself that just runs this hot or is the H50 just not enough.
Are you using intake or exhaust?

Which fan is running @ 774 rpm - pls dont tell me thats your rad fan

You pump seems to be running within specs...

Your case ambients seem a little high. How is your case cooling?
Edited by Sethy666 - 5/10/10 at 7:12pm
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Are you using intake or exhaust?

Which fan is running @ 774 rpm - pls dont tell me thats your rad fan

You pump seems to be running within specs...

Your case ambients seem a little high. How is your case cooling?
I'm pretty sure the Chassis fan would be both stock case fans, the rad is in the CPU_fan while the Corsair fan is in the SYS_fan plugs. This is the exact setup that I used while the X4 620 was in.

[back of case][Antec fan / exhaust][H50][Corsair fan / intake]
Edited by Sozin - 5/10/10 at 7:22pm
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I've mounted a second fan and I don't see any major difference in temperatures.

Still 42/44c idle at 4GHz.
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I'm pretty sure the Chassis fan would be both stock case fans, the rad is in the CPU_fan while the Corsair fan is in the SYS_fan plugs. This is the exact setup that I used while the X4 620 was in.

[back of case][Antec fan / exhaust][H50][Corsair fan / intake]
Okay, seems you fans / pump is plugged in right.

So you have an antec fan as case exhaust and the corsair fan as intake on your rad.. where is your rad located?

Can you post a pic of your setup pls... makes it easy to see whats going on.
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Originally Posted by Carfanatic View Post
You can try with the stock screws but instead of trying to go through the "back" of the fan you can put them through the other side/part. Will try to crudely illustrate.

DON'T DO

screws|fan||shroud||radiator||shroud||fan|screws

DO THIS

|fan/screws||shroud||radiator||shroud||screws/fan|

Instead of putting the screws on the outside parts of the fan put them on the other side where there is holes too. It will be difficult to screw them in but it will work and you can make it work with just two screws put them diagonally.

If I had room between the back of my case and where the H50 sticks out I would've put shrouds in between the fans but I couldn't even fit 1.
i damm i just cant make it because the screw is too long to fit btw both of the fan hole.
i need to get a long long screw to screw + shroud in. will do it tmr. and will post my result.
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