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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
A six inch pocket square is too big?



I highly doubt that. lol

Just don't be ham handed with it and it will tell you all you need to know.

Yours works too. But if you have a pocket square handy why go through all that?

~Ceadder
What what?

There is no compairing a mini carpenters square to a razorblade when it comes to a straightedge.

Making a razorblade is a precession process

These gaps should be to small for a square correct?
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What?

These gaps are perfectly reachable by a pocket square unless you're MoBo is being used by Tom Thumb and Thumblina. We are talking the CPU and the H50 cooling surface here. We're not talking an inaccessible NB or SB.

So I'm lost as to what you're trying to say, since both can be measured prior to mounting.

~Ceadder

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What what?

There is no compairing a mini carpenters square to a razorblade when it comes to a straightedge.

Making a razorblade is a precession process

These gaps should be to small for a square correct?
 
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Tom thumb and thumbilna


I thought we were talking about lapping the H50 and checking for flatness
and the most efficient tool to check
If so i stand by my comment

JMHO but logical

But to put it into perspective..
Look at a fresh razorblade under magnification and then look at the finest carpenters square avail. under the same magnification.

Divets and tiny air pockets will be harder to find
Edited by Bodycount - 5/27/10 at 10:29pm
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Nice setup dude
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.......OOOK, . . . .OK; i guess you all DIDN't read what i last stated in my posting's = " ..BUT, ...Hey, Everyone has
their own way of doing thing's, rite . . . . . whatever work's for them . . . . .
"


just to add = cost efficiency for my pocket/wallet.....and i don't mean for the Blade or FlashLight > > > it's the GAS for
which i would half to drive my V-8 Pickup to the nearest store which would carry the small square.
.......END of Reply's on this from here .......

....didn't mean to start-up & get off topic for here, sorry . . . . . . as stated: jst my Opinion of Help / 2 worth . . .


mr-Charles .

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Hi Sebastian,

it is fairly easy once you really know how to deal with water cooling. Otherwise, don't mess with it. It's a closed system, which is meant to stay this way.
If you pull the tubes apart from pump/radiator there's almost no way to put it back together without any air in the loop.

So really, you want to open the loop only if you gonna mod it (put a reservoir into the loop or something like that), otherwise I wouldn't recommend it.

Cheers!

O/T: Does that apple in your sig really stands for sth? It's not like You are putting that H50 into a Mac are You?
Thanks for reply and Turgin

i never think about this. if i open it i never closed without air, your'e right i need a reservoir sh.t I'm screwed

i should buy a reservoir or i need a huge hole on my case


b.w i dont have a mac, i m just using mac software on my laptop inspiron 1520, its working perfectly the apple logo came here

cheers
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Hey Sin, just curious, are you pulling ambient air in on purpose? If so did you have it setup as exhaust first and then get better temps this way? I am thinking I might run a quick test to see if my temps change at all.
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So i should get my h50 tommor im gonna wiretie a fan for push and use one for pull in my antec 900 any tips i should try to get the best temps right off.
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Hey Sin, just curious, are you pulling ambient air in on purpose? If so did you have it setup as exhaust first and then get better temps this way? I am thinking I might run a quick test to see if my temps change at all.
I'm running it as Intake right now, mainly becuase my room is really warm at the moment and I figured my case would be even warmer.I did play around with it and I found i got a lower temps under load as an intake. (But not by much) I will be playing around with it again once i pick up an A/C Unit for my room.
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