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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Well I'm not OC'ed at the moment and lapped and I get 30c Idle with my H50. That's pretty solid considering that a stock 955 BE runs about 42c at Idle.

If he's running stock and depending on his ambients(humidity playing a factory like it always does) 39(+10)c isn't a bad temp. The thing to do though as Sandman says is to play around with the H50 a bit and see which gives better temps. Intake or Exhaust. Front, Top or Rear mounting. I have mine set up in the top/Exhaust with the stock fan carved out and only the housing remains working as a shroud between the Pusher fan and the Radiator which improves flow over having the pusher fan mounted directly to the Radiator. I've included a few pics so you can see what I did.

~Ceadder
i have 2 noctua nf-p12s on my rad exhausting the heat, tested with peice of paper and it pushing away. im going to try different ways tomoorow as im at work till 5 today and my gf hates me messin with my comp when she gets home so...
going to try
top fans off
side fan reversed
h50 in top
will report back with differences. just need buy a thermometer for my room
i tried the temp things i got with my board beteween the cpu and h50 and got -30 you think i could put wrong way round on connector cos i could use these
sorry 4 long post
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post
i have 2 noctua nf-p12s on my rad exhausting the heat, tested with peice of paper and it pushing away. im going to try different ways tomoorow as im at work till 5 today and my gf hates me messin with my comp when she gets home so...
going to try
top fans off
side fan reversed
h50 in top
will report back with differences. just need buy a thermometer for my room
i tried the temp things i got with my board beteween the cpu and h50 and got -30 you think i could put wrong way round on connector cos i could use these
sorry 4 long post
I don't use a thermometer. I use the thermostat. I dial it down and then increase the dial until I hear it kick. That tells me where the temp is. Of course if your thermostat is not in the room it's going to be different but not by much I imagine unless you sleep in an oven or a freezer.

Now I may be reading this wrong but you sandwiched a temperature probe in between the surfaces of your CPU and H50? I'm not sure I've heard of that since our boards have temperature headers to connect to and we can mount probes in high temp areas that would be of most concern. So might I be incorrect and shouldn't assume the worst? That it's in free space between the CPU and the Radiator? Not trying to offend just pretty tired after trying to figure out BSoD issues on this client system.

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i hate to tell you this JCG but if this site isnt to talk about your problems withb your computer what is i quit useing this site because of pompus asses like you before and i wouldnt mind doin it agin
I never asked anyone to stop talking about their computers. I made a polite request to Tweeky about his posts. And if you want to quit again, feel free, I certainly won't be holding you back.

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Its going to be a lonnnnnng time til June 11 "BD day"
BUT enough time to set aside a lil something ($) to have the $300 on hand by the time BD hits the shelves!!!
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BUT enough time to set aside a lil something ($) to have the $300 on hand by the time BD hits the shelves!!!
*Amen*

Anyone want to buy my XBox and games? That would certainly get my closer.

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Hello all, I'm new to the site and already begging for help...

I would like to know what your thoughts are on some decent RAM for my rig, as I have 2x2gb Corsair and 2x2gb OCZ in now, but I'm thinking they are holding me back a bit and I'd like a matched 8gb set.
xfire IV formula, win7 64, 1090t, etc. as below. Let me know what else I can tell you, thanks!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145330
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231311
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231416
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231401
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231435


these are ones i would put in my board
your price range would help
the one at the top is my first choice
the 4th one would be my 2nd

the ones in my sig would be my first choice but are not available any more
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I don't use a thermometer. I use the thermostat. I dial it down and then increase the dial until I hear it kick. That tells me where the temp is. Of course if your thermostat is not in the room it's going to be different but not by much I imagine unless you sleep in an oven or a freezer.

Now I may be reading this wrong but you sandwiched a temperature probe in between the surfaces of your CPU and H50? I'm not sure I've heard of that since our boards have temperature headers to connect to and we can mount probes in high temp areas that would be of most concern. So might I be incorrect and shouldn't assume the worst? That it's in free space between the CPU and the Radiator? Not trying to offend just pretty tired after trying to figure out BSoD issues on this client system.

~Ceadder
i dont have a thermostat in my room its downstairs in living room, will have a look at it though. in the extreme box for my mb i got some temp probes and ive got the headers on my mb but i think i put it in the wrong way, but since realising i took it oot (the end on them are no thicker than a peice of paper)
oh and i wish my room was like a freezer i hate the heat....
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I have a voltage question...

I'm running my 1055T @3.82 with 1.375V on BIOS.

But when I use CPU-Z or CPUMonitor voltages get to 1.415 on max and varies 1.39 - 1.415

Is it normal? And from which voltage i should base on when saying the voltage i'm running on OC?

Thanks.
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I have a voltage question...

I'm running my 1055T @3.82 with 1.375V on BIOS.

But when I use CPU-Z or CPUMonitor voltages get to 1.415 on max and varies 1.39 - 1.415

Is it normal? And from which voltage i should base on when saying the voltage i'm running on OC?

Thanks.
yes
the motherboard will adjust the voltage automatically by default
say 1.39 @ idle and 1.415 loaded or varies 1.39 - 1.415 if you like
keep eye on cpu temperature it should not go above 62 C
PC Probe II is good for temperatures
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145330
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231311
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231416
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231401
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231435


these are ones i would put in my board
your price range would help
the one at the top is my first choice
the 4th one would be my 2nd

the ones in my sig would be my first choice but are not available any more
Thanks for the suggestions! I am not limited to "inexpensive" units, so that Corsair pair would be possible. And because I am a noob of sorts, 2x4Gb will be "better" than 4x2gb? Or will 2x4Gb channels of higher performance ram be better than 4x2Gb of mediocre stuff?
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