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So I just upgraded from an E6600 setup to a i5-750 with an H50 and I've got it running at 4.0ghz but I'm idling at around 46 degrees C and topping out at around 78 degrees C after 10 minutes of Prime95... that can't be good... I've got a vcore of 1.328v which doesn't seem that bad. Anyone have some ideas for me?
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So I just upgraded from an E6600 setup to a i5-750 with an H50 and I've got it running at 4.0ghz but I'm idling at around 46 degrees C and topping out at around 78 degrees C after 10 minutes of Prime95... that can't be good... I've got a vcore of 1.328v which doesn't seem that bad. Anyone have some ideas for me?
set the fan to intake instead of exhaust.

if ur running a push/pull, makes sure they aren't blowing against each other...
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Ha! That's the Res that mates to the Swiftech modification kit that I've been eyeballing. One end mounts in between the pump and the fitting top. I'll still go 5.25 XSPC Bay Res but that's cause it has a gauge on it that lets you know when you need to fill up. But when I go h2o I wan't 1/2" fittings.

The bolts are actually 6x32 thread stock. Close tho ben.

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Hey guys been out for a bit and did a few upgrades to the case...
First off I swapped my 965 for a 1055T. Then I added another fan for a push/pull on the h50, added one shroud to the intake fan also...Here are some pics and some oc's...Home Depot didn't have the proper screws or anything I could use so I got some 8/32 thread X 2 1/2" ones to suffice...Thanks Snapshot for the prior info...Temps are lovely on this chip. click links for temps. OC results from intel burn test were a little high but didn't crah and 3D Mark 06 didn't break 45c...
I'm in the same situation as you, I sold my 965 today and bought a 1055T, I just couldn't stand how hot the chip ran. I hope that my 1055T runs a bit cooler.
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Ha! That's the Res that mates to the Swiftech modification kit that I've been eyeballing. One end mounts in between the pump and the fitting top. I'll still go 5.25 XSPC Bay Res but that's cause it has a gauge on it that lets you know when you need to fill up. But when I go h2o I wan't 1/2" fittings.

The bolts are actually 6x32 thread stock. Close tho ben.

~Ceadder
lol o
ya i want it for my h50
cuz then ill mount it as an intake cuz the flow would just work out better that way

but that res would look sexy in my case
but aint got the money atm for it
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set the fan to intake instead of exhaust.

if ur running a push/pull, makes sure they aren't blowing against each other...
It's set to intake, I haven't tried a push/pull setup.
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enjoy!

hi!

very very nicelee done! similary rez to mine posted @ http://www.overclock.net/9514416-post9409.html. that coolant fluid is feser acid green like mine or what? dont know aboit i5/i7 temps but looks good

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How would these NZXT fans be in a push pull?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ZXT-_-35146001
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hi!

very very nicelee done! similary rez to mine posted @ http://www.overclock.net/9514416-post9409.html. that coolant fluid is feser acid green like mine or what? dont know aboit i5/i7 temps but looks good

cheers
Hey! Thanks for the props!
I should have mentioned that in my post (I'll edit it here in a minute...) anyways I'm using distilled water with ~ 7% of Swiftech Hydrx.

Also, how long have you been running you setup? I can't believe the h50 can handle triple rad like that! But it looks awesome nonetheless!
Edited by p8blr - 5/31/10 at 10:39pm
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