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Well, looks like we're gonna have another massive influx of new members this week. Best Buy has it on sale again for $59.
    
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Does it take 8 days for it to cure? I thought with the TIM they used it didn't have a break in period? Could it be because I'm only using one fan and I have it as exhaust? I know corsair recommends putting it as intake but it didn't make sense to me.
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post #9044 of 28247
Well as with any brand spankin new product there is a break in period. 8 days is plenty of time for the H50 to sort itself out. While it could be the single fan, it could be anything. Can't rule anything out at the moment and since TIM is probably the easiest to rule out, waiting 8 days gives you a better picture of the issue.

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Does it take 8 days for it to cure? I thought with the TIM they used it didn't have a break in period? Could it be because I'm only using one fan and I have it as exhaust? I know corsair recommends putting it as intake but it didn't make sense to me.
 
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To throw some confusion on the fire, I've had zero change in temps since day one.
    
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You know, the word 'epic' is thrown around far too easily these days. I don't think I'm too far off when i say you've redefined the term for at least this week. Awesome job.
    
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Well, since I now have an extra case fan laying around because I used the fan that came with the H50. I decided to put that extra fan at the bottom of my case as another intake. Not sure if it will help any, but it should. I now have two intake fans, one in the front and now one at the bottom. Then I have two exhaust fans, the H50 fan and the huge fan at the top of the case that comes with the haf 932. Let's see what happens. I am very impressed with the h50 so far. I ran intel burn test and the hottest the cpu got was 61 degrees. With Prime95 it never got hotter than 68 and that was after 30 mins. I'm sure if I used two fans in push-pull config the temps would go down.
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I ran intel burn test and the hottest the cpu got was 61 degrees. With Prime95 it never got hotter than 68 and that was after 30 mins.
Wait, so Intel chips get hotter with P95 than they do with IBT? Weird. It's the other way around with AMD chips.
    
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Wait, so Intel chips get hotter with P95 than they do with IBT? Weird. It's the other way around with AMD chips.
Well with IBT, the cpu doesn't run at a full 100% during the entire test. It fluctuates. With Prime95, the cpu stays at 100% the entire time. I would think that's the reason why. Either way, I am now ready to overclock my cpu to hopefully 4 Ghz.
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