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So it's fine. I'm only at 3ghz anyways. I know i have room to go maybe 4ghz but i'm nervous because i never done higher clocks and i don't wanna have to re-adjust everything in bios lol. I might when the time comes. I hope i don't kill my motherboard lol.
If you ever get to 4 GHz, let me know how you did it... coz Im hitting the wall at 3.8 Ghz
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I'm in, I took advantage of the Best Buy sale for $60 ($64.85 w/tax).

It was hard to pass up, so I went for it. Now I just gotta sell my DK to get a little back of what I paid. lol

I didn't change the TIM that came with it, cause I heard it's good enough (Shin Etsu ?), so I'm not sure if it needs curing, but so far it's not bad idle anyway. I'll see in a day or 2, it should improve otherwise. I have OCZ Freeze for backup.

Right now, doing Push/Pull to the exhaust (out to the back). Being that I have 2 GPU's that get plenty hot, probably best way for me. Install wasn't too bad, fairly easy. I hope to get better fans someday.

Anyways, onto the pics!
(NOTE: Temporarily using 2 screws per fan until I get around to the hardware shop)






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No need to go for the hardware shop to get another screws, 2 per fan is more than enough
    
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No need to go for the hardware shop to get another screws, 2 per fan is more than enough
There's no real NEED to get them, but if your hardware shop is around the corner, and 4 screws cost only $.52, it's not a big deal to go and get them either.
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There's no real NEED to get them, but if your hardware shop is around the corner, and 4 screws cost only $.52, it's not a big deal to go and get them either.
That is true indeed, but you may wanna save those $.52 for your next buy haha Nah just kidding.

Buy them if you really want them, although they aren't needed, I had same issue first day I bought H50, but then I realised 2 screws per fan was enough, even for heavy fans.
    
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If you ever get to 4 GHz, let me know how you did it... coz Im hitting the wall at 3.8 Ghz
You gotta remember every motherboard is different. Some can go 4ghz without a hiccup or some have to tweak to keep it stable or some just stuck at 3.8. I haven't bothered to try anything yet because i need to hear more tips from the 750i mobo thread that's based on my mobo. I don't really wanna adjust anything cuz i know i am fine at 3ghz and i do KNOW we won't get any more fps if we do clock it more. A theory i have but it's been known you won't get much more performance if you do clock it further but it's been known to increase performance eventhough some claim it don't. O well. I have thought of moving the rad inside my 5.25 bay where it normally is designed for a pump to sit there since it's a 1200 and i read the manual it was designed for water cooling and thought about maybe lying the rad in there and have a fan just blow air on it as a intake. I don't know if should lol. Temps are fine. I just wanna see if something can change if i can move the rad away from my sli set up.
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That is true indeed, but you may wanna save those $.52 for your next buy haha Nah just kidding.

Buy them if you really want them, although they aren't needed, I had same issue first day I bought H50, but then I realised 2 screws per fan was enough, even for heavy fans.
Yeah I see what you mean, there's no real issue, just for aesthetics basically. It looks funny to me with 2 screws.

Hardware store isn't just around the corner for me, but not far either. I'll just get them when I know I'll be near one sometime.
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You'll want to flip that rad so that the fittings are at the bottom. Right there the Rad can build up air pockets and block flow. You won't notice a difference but your pump will.

~Ceadder

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Yeah I see what you mean, there's no real issue, just for aesthetics basically. It looks funny to me with 2 screws.

Hardware store isn't just around the corner for me, but not far either. I'll just get them when I know I'll be near one sometime.
 
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Can't flip it, the tubes are already at their max length. Or I would have to find more room at the top of my case that I doubt I could manage. And in the 2 months of running basically 24/7, there hasn't been a change in RPM or performance, cept the increase in ambient temps due to the seasons changing in Oklahoma. Long dry winter, very short spring, early summer temps.
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