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Originally Posted by Luass Hole View Post
fixed
Thanks.

Remember, the 920/930 chips tend to run hotter than AMD chips. But, 60c for 4Ghz @ 1.14 with a 15minute 100% stress test run, seems pretty good to me.
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what temps are you getting?

edit: lowered it to 3.5 oc
Edited by Luass Hole - 6/8/10 at 10:41am
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nvm hottest core is 55c. stupid me
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Anyone know if the HAF 932 is a great airflow case?

Best,

Derek

p.s. also I used the stock h50 fan... what should i get for a push pull setup? also best way to attach them?
HAF stands for High air flow.
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How do you actually 'join the club'? I have mine up and running with push/pull now

Do shrouds make much of a difference, even just one?
    
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How do you actually 'join the club'? I have mine up and running with push/pull now

Do shrouds make much of a difference, even just one?
Yeah shrouds make a difference on radiators since there are so many fins per inch.

It should decrease your temperatures by a few degrees. Also, it will make your cooling less noisy!
    
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Unless of course you buy cooling fans that are rated over 60cfm like I do.

~Ceadder

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Yeah shrouds make a difference on radiators since there are so many fins per inch.

It should decrease your temperatures by a few degrees. Also, it will make your cooling less noisy!
 
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Hello, I am installing the H50 as an exhaust using the stock fan. What is the correct configuration?

A) Outside | Case | Radiator | Fan with flow to the left blowing into the radiator | inside

B) Outside | Case | Fan with flow to the left pulling air thru the radiator | Radiator | inside

I think A is the best cooling solution, but I don't think that it is possible with the stock hardware since I don't see how to attach the radiator to the case. B is possible with the screw going thru the fan and screwing into the radiator. I eventually want to go to a push/pull system but don't have the parts right now to do so. Will my performance differ drastically between A and B? Thanks for the help!
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I've had mine installed for several days now and couldn't be happier with the results.

I picked up various lengths of 6-32 screws at Lowe's. I made a shroud from a Delta FFB122EHE fan I salvaged from a decommissioned server at work. My push fan is a single San Ace H101. I got it from Newark with bare wire leads, soldered on a 3 pin connector, and sleeved it with some black sleeving I salvaged from the same server. I was able to push my OC from 3.6Ghz to just over 4Ghz and keep my load temps the same and maybe even a couple degrees cooler.

I used a Scythe SFlex-G fan as intake on the bottom hoping to supply some fresh outside air to the intake fan on the H50. I plan on trying to add a 120mm intake in the unused 5.25 bays to hopefully dump even more outside air directly to the rad intake.

Anyway, some pics attached and comments welcome. Please overlook my attempt at adding another cable management hole to the motherboard tray where the SATA cables connect. Its too close to the motherboard to use because the cables have to bend past a right angle to use it and its lopsided to boot! Very irritated at myself for such a shoddy job.




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Now that I guess I've settled my problems, add me to the club!!
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