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The h50 is a downgrade. it is noothing special and far form the best.
I'm at 4.1GHz 1.47v with an H50 on my 1090 loads out at 49c in IBT. Folds all day long at 46c. How much better load temps can you get with the Noc? I'm not bashing the thing I just don't see either as hugely divergent pieces. Never read anything that says they are either.
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I'm at 4.1GHz 1.47v with an H50 on my 1090 loads out at 49c in IBT. Folds all day long at 46c. How much better load temps can you get with the Noc? I'm not bashing the thing I just don't see either as hugely divergent pieces. Never read anything that says they are either.
I read the Op, and that is what I am replying to.

He would see a rise in temp going to a h50, and you would see lower temps if you went to that noc.

The h50 is neater , and that is the only reason I use it.
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I have a 965 C3 and was wondering if the H50 would show me any temperature drops compared to my Noctua NH-U12P with a Scythe Ultra Kaze 3000RPM fan as push. If I got the H50 I'd probably do a push/pull setup with two Ultra Kazes. I've heard that if I got the H50 I'd actually see a rise in temperature, so I just wanted to get your opinions on it.
what are your current temps and voltages..i can give you an idea, since i have the h50 in a push pull with a 965 c3....

I idle at 29-30 and load at 56 in a 70 degree room...cpu voltage is at 1.525v
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I read the Op, and that is what I am replying to.

He would see a rise in temp going to a h50, and you would see lower temps if you went to that noc.

The h50 is neater , and that is the only reason I use it.
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1025/6/

According to that guy the noc is 1c better under load.

http://techreport.com/articles.x/17481/4

This chap says 2c.

I'd argue that's margin of error territory.
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http://www.guru3d.com/article/corsai...ooler-review/6
Three degrees cooler at full load than H-50 with same setup in this review.

This guys is getting 49c at full load with H-50 with push pull setup using an H-50. Compare that to your load temps and it should give you a determination of what the benefits or cons would be to switching coolers.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/71...oc-should.html

Keep in mind, the H-50 comes with a very good TIM already applied. For an accurate comparison it would help to apply Shin-Etzu to your U12p if you dont have it on already.
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I was idling at 38C and load was 57C back in the winter, not sure what room temperature was, at 4ghz vcore of 1.5v I think it was. But now, same vcore and clock speed I tend to hit max temps since it's summer time and I had to go down to 3.8ghz. I figured I might get the H50 if it'll let me stay at 4ghz for the summer. I'll tell you what room temperature is and idle and load in a few, on my laptop now but I'll go check it out.
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Sorry double post but, yeah whatever. At 4ghz with vcore at 1.575 in BIOS but fluctuating between 1.5 and 1.55 in CPU-Z, I was idling at 44-45C. At load testing with LinX I would hit 62C and bluescreen. Temperature outside is 70F so it's somewhat close to that in my room. Do you think the H50 with push/pull with give me better results than this?
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Sorry double post but, yeah whatever. At 4ghz with vcore at 1.575 in BIOS but fluctuating between 1.5 and 1.55 in CPU-Z, I was idling at 44-45C. At load testing with LinX I would hit 62C and bluescreen. Temperature outside is 70F so it's somewhat close to that in my room. Do you think the H50 with push/pull with give me better results than this?
Honestly I dont think it will, your putting some insane voltage through that chip for a 24/7 clock. What TIM are you using?
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Also, CPU-z and other sensor based readings tend to be inaccurate.
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Honestly I dont think it will, your putting some insane voltage through that chip for a 24/7 clock. What TIM are you using?
From what I've read, under 1.55v for a 965 C3 isn't bad. I'm using the TIM that the heatsink came with, which I've heard good things about so I haven't tried anything else. It's NT-H1 thermal compound.
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