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Aye, a little cooler today and our room is nicely aired out, very "stuffy" room tbh anyways but my current temps are

IDLE 41 37 38 38
MAX LOAD 59 55 54 54

So already you can see the diff to yesterday, Its all good new shin-etsu on its way with 70.4 pa 99cfm 38mm fans with shrouds and front bay mounted as intake soon!
With this new setup all done next week Ill post some screenies of temps/rig in general see what you guys think!

Cheers!

P.S cheers to whoever granted me my first +rep!!!

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What's your average temps Mate?

42c @ idle and 58c under 3.66Ghz load?

Doesn't look like there is a thing wrong with it. It looks like it's running well within parameters, but it definitely can't hurt to replace the stock TIM with slightly less and troupling the Rad with a could high cfm fans.

I look forward to seeing the results. But I would say there doesn't seem to be an issue with the H50. If you were running stock the temps would probably average 3-5c less and that falls within standard.

Just my

~Ceadder

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How did they dry their Rad kcuestag? Cause I'm pretty sure they don't get all the water off the Rad. There are much better ways of cleaning this thing without exposing my system to needless harmful moisture.

Don't do it man, I can see it now in a Reuters article "Man dies in shocking Corsair H50 accident, company spokespersons are dismayed that the the consumer ignored warnings about liquid and electricity" Iz wud be very sad if it turned out to be you.

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I have a few friends with i7 980X which are really into liquid cooling, and that's how they do it, they say it's the best way to clean the radiator 100%, because with an air compressor some dust will always remain. Just saying, I didn't try yet, I might try it soon though.



Yeah, my temps were pretty high because I have the HAF 932 next to the wall so all the heat from the H50 exhausts fans, the HD5970 and the PSU was all stuck together and the H50 radiator was pretty hot.

Now in front I lowered temps by 6ºC on load, that is pretty nice indeed.
 
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Wouldn't throwing water into the radiator/fins make it rust?
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How did they dry their Rad kcuestag? Cause I'm pretty sure they don't get all the water off the Rad. There are much better ways of cleaning this thing without exposing my system to needless harmful moisture.

Don't do it man, I can see it now in a Reuters article "Man dies in shocking Corsair H50 accident, company spokespersons are dismayed that the the consumer ignored warnings about liquid and electricity" Iz wud be very sad if it turned out to be you.

~Ceadder

Hahaha xD.

Nah, I won't do it, i'm scared to do such.

They dry it with a normal hair dryer, but I don't really trust that idea.

How would you clean it if you were me? I don't have an air compressor >.<
    
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Ummmm, well I'd buy an air compressor.

Here in the states canned air is about $7 US a can. Think of how many cans end up in the landfill. You can get a decent portable compressor for about $60. In a year it'll have paid for itself 100 times over. And they aren't so powerful they rip paint of anything. Only when they have some type of media in containment that is in the line. Either that or a good blower is a nice thing to have. You can get one of those for $70 bucks and it would double as a vacuum so it pays for itself relatively quickly too.

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Hahaha xD.

Nah, I won't do it, i'm scared to do such.

They dry it with a normal hair dryer, but I don't really trust that idea.

How would you clean it if you were me? I don't have an air compressor >.<
 
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Ummmm, well I'd buy an air compressor.

Here in the states canned air is about $7 US a can. Think of how many cans end up in the landfill. You can get a decent portable compressor for about $60. In a year it'll have paid for itself 100 times over. And they aren't so powerful they rip paint of anything. Only when they have some type of media in containment that is in the line. Either that or a good blower is a nice thing to have. You can get one of those for $70 bucks and it would double as a vacuum so it pays for itself relatively quickly too.

~Ceadder
Ok thanks I'll note that down, i'll need to look for one I guess
    
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hey guys i just buy an a H50 from Untorris and i want to mod it. wich tubing, Reservoirs, termal paste, coolant and fans for push/pull recomend me.
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hey guys i just buy an a H50 from Untorris and i want to mod it. wich tubing, Reservoirs, termal paste, coolant and fans for push/pull recomend me.
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Don't replace the thermal paste, the stock one is one of the best you'll find.
    
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Don't replace the thermal paste, the stock one is one of the best you'll find.
thanks for the advice!
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thanks for the advice!
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May i join the club?


Also how much of a difference will i see in temps going to 2 GT15's from a single stock corsair fan? I need to lower my temps by about 4C is that possible coming from the stock fan to 2 GT15's?
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