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Just wanted to share what a friend of mine managed to do with his H50 and an i7 980x

YouTube- Intel Burn Test Corsair H50
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
No problem man, if you have questions you really should either consult the manual or you can look at this...

How to install the Corsair Cooling™ Hydro Series H50 CPU cooler

This is how I learned to set up my system, mostly.

~Ceadder
Thats the video i watched... this is why im so confused... he plugged in the fan cable on the slot right above the DIMM slot. BUT that other cable (water pump one) all he says is plug it in to the closes header... and cuz im such a freaking n00b i dont know what a header is or where is at on my mobo thats why i attached the pic of the mobo. IM more of a visual type of guy lol!
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That's not true. It's truly dependant on the CFM of the Pusher you are using. The stock Corsair fan is roughly 50 CFM. My Yate Loon High Speed Silents are rated at 88 CFM. Now tell me, if I installed my fan and used a pre-made shroud, would it not affect the performance of the Rad?

As I'm pointing out alot of this is dependant on the fan you are using. If I used Yate Loon Low Speeds', then no it would not affect the performance of the Rad. Now see, I'm going to use two of the High Speeds in Push/Pull with a shroud after the Push fan which should increase the volume of flow from the Puller since it will be driven harder by the shrouded Pusher.

Are there dead spots? Yes there are. Roughly 45cm^2 worth of dead spots per fan. No fan is free of them because directly behind the hub is the dead space. But putting a shroud behind it allows the space to shrink, thereby allowing the fan to increase the performance of the Rad. And again how much of an increase is dependent on the fans being used.

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They are very, very nice fans but in context to this discussion thread aka water cooling, there is no shroud built in that will affect radiator performance on the push side.
 
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Thats the video i watched... this is why im so confused... he plugged in the fan cable on the slot right above the DIMM slot. BUT that other cable (water pump one) all he says is plug it in to the closes header... and cuz im such a freaking n00b i dont know what a header is or where is at on my mobo thats why i attached the pic of the mobo. IM more of a visual type of guy lol!
A fan header is simply the spot that you plug your fan into on the motherboard. (typically seen 3-pin fan headers). So basically, you just plug your pump into the fan header labeled "CPU_FAN" on the motherboard, which in your case, is located right above the 4th dimm slot. The Fan would get plugged into any of the remaining fan headers on your motherboard. It doesn't matter which one.
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A fan header is simply the spot that you plug your fan into on the motherboard. (typically seen 3-pin fan headers). So basically, you just plug your pump into the fan header labeled "CPU_FAN" on the motherboard, which in your case, is located right above the 4th dimm slot. The Fan would get plugged into any of the remaining fan headers on your motherboard. It doesn't matter which one.
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A fan header is simply the spot that you plug your fan into on the motherboard. (typically seen 3-pin fan headers). So basically, you just plug your pump into the fan header labeled "CPU_FAN" on the motherboard, which in your case, is located right above the 4th dimm slot. The Fan would get plugged into any of the remaining fan headers on your motherboard. It doesn't matter which one.
Actually you should plug your pump into any other header other than the "CPU_FAN" Usually the CPU header is a 4 pin and all the others are 3 pin headers. The H50 stock fan has a 4 pin for the fan and a 3 pin for the pump so just by that it tells you where each should go. You just want to make sure that you disable anything in your bios like cool and quiet or anything else that might lower the rpm of the fan or the pump.
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This is correct...

My apologies for mixing the two up. It's been a few months since I saw the vid I just posted and this is what Jeff was stating in it.

At least it's not too big a gaff.

~Ceadder

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Actually you should plug your pump into any other header other than the "CPU_FAN" Usually the CPU header is a 4 pin and all the others are 3 pin headers. The H50 stock fan has a 4 pin for the fan and a 3 pin for the pump so just by that it tells you where each should go. You just want to make sure that you disable anything in your bios like cool and quiet or anything else that might lower the rpm of the fan or the pump.
 
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Actually you should plug your pump into any other header other than the "CPU_FAN" Usually the CPU header is a 4 pin and all the others are 3 pin headers. The H50 stock fan has a 4 pin for the fan and a 3 pin for the pump so just by that it tells you where each should go. You just want to make sure that you disable anything in your bios like cool and quiet or anything else that might lower the rpm of the fan or the pump.
In all honesty, it really doesn't matter where he plugs the pump/fan into, they could go anywhere. As long as he sets in BIOS that the header he plugs the pump into is running at 100%, he'll be fine. But yes, he could take advantage of the 4-pin PWM, but, most H50 owners will tend to just run their stock Corsair fans at 100% full speed and not let the motherboard control it.

Good advice though for those that want to use PWM.
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No, I am joking really nice work!
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No one is commenting on my case mod so im gonna post here in hopes of appreciation.
Nice case mods. Huge side-window and Built-in Temp Reader. I bet sleeving that PSU was a real joy!

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