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Originally Posted by R3aCt0r M|Nd View Post
Aye I meant maybe the cpu voltage is a little high for stock, as mine was alot lower at 1.144v compared to his 1.25v. I'm not completly clued up on how stock VID compares with different i7 chips, but this made me think that perhaps the higher voltage for same clock speed as my 920 was generating the extra heat.
Theres no harm undervolting your cpu at stock from 1.25v I guess.
Yeah, that's kind of what I was thinking too. Running 2.67GHz @ 1.25v is pretty high in my opinion. That voltage is something I would run for a 4.0GHz OC w/ HT enabled. If he wants to stay at stock speed, if he lowers the voltage down he will see those temps drop down a good bit.
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I just installed my h50 and i have a quick question. What rpm should the pump be running at. Using the Asus Probe tool, it has the cpu running at 1400pm. Also, my mobo cpu fan slot has 4 pins but the h50 only has 3. So i assumed i just keep one pin open?
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I just installed my h50 and i have a quick question. What rpm should the pump be running at. Using the Asus Probe tool, it has the cpu running at 1400pm. Also, my mobo cpu fan slot has 4 pins but the h50 only has 3. So i assumed i just keep one pin open?
. . . that's about correct; 1400 to 1440 rpm is the noted normal . . .
{ upon any mthrbrd header } . . .


mr-Charles .

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Edited by mr-Charles - 6/6/10 at 8:34pm
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I guess il join the club too!
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post #9735 of 28251
I just picked up one of the h50's w/ the new mount kit (guide here) and i've got a few questions.

Would it be worth it to set it up w/ screws and springs like the old ver?

I'm gonna use this in a 800D. Is it feasible to set this up using the front-most top 120mm fan hole in push/pull w/ 38mm fans and shrouds? ex: top-bottom case|38mm fan|shroud|rad|shroud|38mm fan|filter/finger guard (unsure about last part atm)

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Hello! I've read through many, many, many pages here and I can't seem to find the answer I'm looking for. I'm building my first computer and I just bought an H-50. I also have a Cooler Master ATCS 840 case. There are 2 240mm case fans on top of this case and I believe you can remove those and add 3 120mm fans.

Has anyone tried mounting the H-50 rad up top on a case that has top fan mounts? Would this cause the pump to have to work harder because it would have to push the water up?

Was just wondering if it's been done and if it made any difference. I am going to try it once I begin building (still buying parts.)
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Hello! I've read through many, many, many pages here and I can't seem to find the answer I'm looking for. I'm building my first computer and I just bought an H-50. I also have a Cooler Master ATCS 840 case. There are 2 240mm case fans on top of this case and I believe you can remove those and add 3 120mm fans.

Has anyone tried mounting the H-50 rad up top on a case that has top fan mounts? Would this cause the pump to have to work harder because it would have to push the water up?

Was just wondering if it's been done and if it made any difference. I am going to try it once I begin building (still buying parts.)
I tried having my Corsair H50 on top of my HAF 932 as intake, and the temperature was same, you won't have any problems.

What I suggest is you put x2 120mm fans as exhaust and then your H50 as exhaust too next to those other 2 fans.

If you put x2 for exhaust and your H50 next to it as intake, it will fck up the air flow and make some weird noise.

Hope I helped you.
    
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well i switched my CM R4 fans for some deltas i had lying around just for kicks. The layout is this
AFB1212VHE 38mm > shroud > case > shroud > rad > AFB1212SH 25mm

on load with prime 95 blend i get around 45-46C, about a 6C decrease in temps. But it is significantly louder.

edit: with prime95, i can have both deltas on the lowest setting on my Nexus fan controller and still maintain 52C max temp...this would be the temperature with both R4 fans running maxed out.
Edited by ez12a - 6/7/10 at 12:59am
 
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Hello thread,

I just purchased my H50 and it is currently trying to cool my i7-920.

I have tried to read through at least 100 pages before I registered.


The case is a Thermaltake Elements S with 2 12cm intake fans at the front, 1 6cm exhaust at the back, below the cpu, one 23cm 800rpm exhaust fan at the top and the push-pull setup at the back of the case.

My ambient is 27 C, the MB temp is 45! and 47 is the idle temp. (have all c-states and relevant power management options enabled)
The i7-920 is overclocked to 3.6-4 Ghz with ~1.28 volts.
The full load temp is 72 C.

Stability is not 100% all the time. When using prime95 or occt for an hour I get no crashes. But sometimes, depending on the cpu clock and the voltage, if I leave the pc on (with seti@home using 75% of my cores) I get crashes (black screens with nothing else responding) sometimes. Currently investigating the source, could be cpu voltage, pcu temp, etc)

I have a question regarding owners of both the h50 and the i7-920.
What is an acceptable delta of load temp-ambient temp when using a push-pull (exhaust) setup with1800 rpm fans (cpu OC as above)?

I will try to experiment with an intake setup or add shrouds later this week.
Edited by yannis18 - 6/7/10 at 2:49am
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Originally Posted by GsxR1000Ryda View Post
I just installed my h50 and i have a quick question. What rpm should the pump be running at. Using the Asus Probe tool, it has the cpu running at 1400pm. Also, my mobo cpu fan slot has 4 pins but the h50 only has 3. So i assumed i just keep one pin open?
That is correct RPM. The H50's fan should be running at around 1700 and the pump at 1400. The extra pin is for PMW.

Here's a quote from JohnnyLucky at TomsHardware:

"PWM refers to Pulse Width Modulation which is a method of using electrical pulses to control fan speed and reduce signal noise or interference. It replaces the need for a rheostat to control fan speed.

The fourth pin/wire is used by the motherboard to control the speed of the cpu heatsink fan. Normally a 4 pin fan power cable is plugged into the 4 pin cpu fan header on the motherboard.

When using a heatsink fan with a 3 pin power connector with a 4 pin fan header on the motherboard, the fan will always be on because there is no fan control. The fan will run at full speed.

When using a heatsink fan with a 4 pin power connector with a 3 pin header on the motherboard, the fourth pin with the blue colored wire is not connected. The fan will run at full speed.

There has been an update to the original PWM specification developed by Intel back in 2003. The update allows PWM and fan control with a 3 pin connection. In some modern motherboards there may even be a BIOS setting which allows switching back and forth between 3 pin and 4 pin fan control."
    
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