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Originally Posted by Magus2727 View Post
Wonder what a Matt finish with a gloss would work... it works on some sports cars...

this has gotten way off topic....
I used Matte Clear on my Stacker, if thats what you're referring too. Gave a deep glossy finish, but wasn't *Mirror* finish if you know what I'm saying. But thats the look I was going for this time.

Matte clear is pretty sweet btw. $5 a can here, and you need quite a few...


*EDIT*

HEY, THIS NEEDS TO BE IN THE HAF932 FORUM!!! LETS MOVE THIS OVER!!!

Didn't realize this conversation was continuing in the wrong thread...
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Originally Posted by scottath View Post
hmm - question time

With my ITX build (link in sig) im running my H50.

Currently im running:

120*38mm Scythe Ultra Kaze 2000rpm > 120*25mm shroud > H50 rad

this is too noisy for what i was expecting/wanting.

SO:

i did some googling (well i tried - im capped atm so its dam slow....dam aussie internet) and found this:
http://martin.skinneelabs.com/Radiat...ng-Review.html

which suggests that for a single 25mm fan its better to have it in pull with a ~30mm shroud at best.

My options:

*38mm
2000rpm Scythe Ultra Kaze
2 different sunon server based fans - very loud and inpracticle.

*25mm
110cfm (max) Scythe Slipstream (2000rpm?)
Nocta fan - pretty sure its a NF-S12-1200
Blue LED Generic fan
Coolermaster fans from CM690 (stock)
Lian li fans (from lian li v2010b stock)
stock corsair H50 fan

Usage:
As per my build (sig link)
ATM i have it running as exhaust - which i think is best
on of (atm) 3 fans in case - one in PSU, other is gfx card - so this fan will vent most of the cases heat
quiet
prefer not to have to control it i think

Which to choose?
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If I were you I'd have a single 25mm fan pushing through a shroud. I found that a 12mm shroud helps even (hacked up a couple kaze slims), which saves space. A 25mm shroud would be fine as well. I'd use the Noctua fan, too. I'm not one for noisy fans myself
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I use Corsair H50 with 2x Noctua NF-P12 in Push/Pull. Here is a screen-shot to check temperatures. Ambient in the room was 26ºC
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Originally Posted by mak1skav View Post
Yeah as you said the temperatures are with the i7 930 overclocked to 4.1GHz that's why it is 51 at idle and 79 under full load with linx.

These i7 are monstrous heat producers and don't forget if you run Linx under Windows 64bit it produces more heat because it's stress the CPU more than when you run it in 32bit mode.
Nice temps mate.

issue is that i cannot really run push pull - due to space - take a lok at my biuld - its tiny.

from the link i posted - it would seem that a low speed fan is best at pull, where as higher speed fans are better at push.....

so should i do:

H50 Rad > shourd > nocta > case
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Nice temps mate.

issue is that i cannot really run push pull - due to space - take a lok at my biuld - its tiny.

from the link i posted - it would seem that a low speed fan is best at pull, where as higher speed fans are better at push.....

so should i do:

H50 Rad > shourd > nocta > case
Do you have any thing against having any fan or shroud outside your case?

if not you can do Fan>Rad>Case>Fan... and if you have extra room stick a shroud some where in the mix
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Why whould you wanna pull in the air inside your case? Normally it's better if you use a regular airflow such as push and pull.
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its shiny enough, and i think what you thought was uneven or uncloated, was the lighting, and again, only if your buying the paint... considering it costed $40 between paint and primer
And if your trying to paint a car for a car show
or post on the MDPC site. It looks great and i'm sure as with many pics it looks even better in person.

ya PCSarge i hear ya!
It adds up

I miss tinker'en with my H50 and being how i can't fit everything in my case i have my system wall mounted so its very easy to get in there and change stuff around and test things "Shrouds/Fans".

But i'm really having a problem with how much stress some H50 owners apply to the cooling lines for their in particular setups "just remember these barbs are plastic" weather it be set in a default rear exhaust/Intake fan set up or in the drive bays as intake.

Please understand Corsair H50 Owners/Users i am not smack talkin when ever i am in this H50 thread but im just a user that like others thinks of this like a car accident... It wont happen to me. I am a very Loyal Dominator user.

When my leak occurred there was absolutely no stress to the lines "Nor have there ever been". The rad has always been secured the way the lines naturally wanted to be in which= No stress on the lines.

Just trying to be a most useful mammal
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You should join the HAF club. It's listed in my sig. Nice setup.

Girls are more fun than boys, they got more buttons.

~Ceadder

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Do you have any thing against having any fan or shroud outside your case?

if not you can do Fan>Rad>Case>Fan... and if you have extra room stick a shroud some where in the mix
Kinda wanna avoid external.....

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Originally Posted by pcnuttie View Post
Why whould you wanna pull in the air inside your case? Normally it's better if you use a regular airflow such as push and pull.
better to pull the case air through - than to pump an i7s heat into my tiny case.....
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Question about the h50, what are the usual rpm for this pump on average, mine does not seem go past 1360.
In 10min. in occt stress test it hit 70c, pump rpm never went past 1360
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Question about the h50, what are the usual rpm for this pump on average, mine does not seem go past 1360.
In 10min. in occt stress test it hit 70c, pump rpm never went past 1360
around 1400++
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Its starting to sound like I may have a bad pump
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