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Yeah not very "summerish" here either. Normally it gets hot here in this apartment during the summer.

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I would prefer to stay at 25ºC for whole summer Although I am going back to my country (Spain) for summer holidays (Too bad I can't bring my deskop, so I need to stick with the laptop again >.<) and there average temp is 40-44ºC on summer, if you don't have A/C in your room using PS3 or PC is not a good idea lol.
    
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People who have modded their h50, can they confirm that it is safe? (Example: pump not dying or any gradual damage to any of the components)
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and finaly i found a H50
maybe i m searching 20 days maybe more
but finaly i found one, i hope its worth

picture a little low quality, damn it iphone
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I would prefer to stay at 25ºC for whole summer Although I am going back to my country (Spain) for summer holidays (Too bad I can't bring my deskop, so I need to stick with the laptop again >.<) and there average temp is 40-44ºC on summer, if you don't have A/C in your room using PS3 or PC is not a good idea lol.
Your temps sound just about right too me, considering ambient and fan's used.

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People who have modded their h50, can they confirm that it is safe? (Example: pump not dying or any gradual damage to any of the components)
Its safe if done correctly. The pump wont die any faster nor will it cause any more wear to any other component. Also, if you add a lower restiction rad you will make the pump last longer if anything as theres less stress on it. If you add restrition to the loop like more blocks the pump might not last quite aslong but I'm sure it will still last a good few years.
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Your temps sound just about right too me, considering ambient and fan's used.

What you mean by fans used, they're great fans
    
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What you mean by fans used, they're great fans
They're great fans but they are only at 1000 RPM. When I ran a H50 I had twin 3000 RPM fans running. Just saying that if faster fans were used of you set your fans to a higher speed you temps may drop, as you have experienced.
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They're great fans but they are only at 1000 RPM. When I ran a H50 I had twin 3000 RPM fans running. Just saying that if faster fans were used of you set your fans to a higher speed you temps may drop, as you have experienced.
Yeah when I am gaming with my G35 headset I just put them on max 2000rpm
    
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I think I have a problem with my H50 install. I installed this thing last night and my temps went from 30C idle to 35C idle, and from 45C full load to 57C full load switching over from a dark knight. Does anybody have any ideas as what this could be??
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Ok, so I just got an H50 and two 38mm Scythe Ultra Kazes to set up a push/pull. Any ideas on how to attach the fans? I'd like to use screws over zip-ties if possible. Also, I have a HAF 932 and I was wondering what the best way to mount the rad and fans in the drive bays was.
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How many fans did you have in your system prior to installation, where are they at and what is each of their jobs. This will help us determine your static pressure prior to installation by giving us a baseline.

Where did you locate the Rad and how did you set it up? Intake or exhaust. Are the fittings located at the top, bottom or side of your setup.

Is your pump making any noise?

~Ceadder

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I think I have a problem with my H50 install. I installed this thing last night and my temps went from 30C idle to 35C idle, and from 45C full load to 57C full load switching over from a dark knight. Does anybody have any ideas as what this could be??
 
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