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You're very welcome. I could of gone into it with more detail, but I guess it's alright. smile.gif
You can mount your cooler to have the heat going upward, which is actually good since heat rises anyways, but the only one thing about that mounting method that I don't like, is that with most motherboards, since the heatsink is really wide in that position, is that it blocks your memory slots. If it doesn't block your memory slots, then you are golden.
Personally for me, I like a nice strong intake fan, which is why I recommended the BitFenix fans, not only for positive pressure, but just overall case temps is good this way and just have the rear and top fans as exhaust. That way the heat isn't looping around.
Whatever you do, as long as you're happy with the setup and temperatures. Then that's all that matters.
Good Luck!!!

Just for the record - I've ran a couple different CPU coolers pushing the air upwards instead of out the back of the case. Whenever I've done that I've found that the CPU runs 3-5c hotter on average because the CPU is sucking up air directly off the back of the graphics card which is the hottest running component in the system as far as I'm aware. Not saying it'll be like this for everyone else but just wanted to put that out there rolleyes.gif
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Just for the record - I've ran a couple different CPU coolers pushing the air upwards instead of out the back of the case. Whenever I've done that I've found that the CPU runs 3-5c hotter on average because the CPU is sucking up air directly off the back of the graphics card which is the hottest running component in the system as far as I'm aware. Not saying it'll be like this for everyone else but just wanted to put that out there rolleyes.gif

Indeed! Thanks for pointing that out. I am aware of this as well and totally forgot about the GPU, lol. When I was using my A50, even if it didn't block the memory slots, I would still have it to where the fan is blowing heat toward the back of the case where it will be dispersed by the rear exhaust fan, for the reason you mentioned above.

But if the graphics card is using a blower type fan and cooling system, it might work, without causing a temp increase to the CPU. To be honest though, even though heat rises, I don't know why people like to mount the heatsink in that way anyways, because it's most likely going to block DIMM slots and it makes you feel like the heatsink is taking up more room than necessary. But oh well. If it works it works, right?

Speaking of room, that's why I moved from my A50 to H60. The H60 is pretty much on par with the A50, from my own personal testing, but the H60 just provides room and don't have to worry about DIMM slot's being blocked etc. I just hate cleaning fins of dust though, A50 and H60 a like. So hard to get the dust off those fins. I need to get an electric duster, which I saw one on amazon that looks promising. I hate paying 5 dollars for a can of compressed air everytime there is dust that is an absolute pain to get rid of.

So for now I try to regularly clean my parts so it doesn't become a burden from me neglecting it for long periods of time. If I'm not using canned air (which if you like your system remotely dust free, then it gets expensive), then I am using a nasal aspirator with a thin long straw attached to the end for more forced air pressure and to also get into tight spots.

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post #8723 of 10701
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GREAT cpu you've got there sir thumb.gif

I like it so far 5ghz haset been done yet but 4800 is dailed in if i could get 5ghz on under 1.45 100% stable id probly run that 24/7.
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@SunTzu83 - Yeh I agree with what you're saying. I should've got a H60 as I only paid about £5 less for my A50 lol! I didn't realise water cooling could be so cheap so I didn't even look!! The A50 is great though. The fan on it is super quiet considering it's spinning at 2000rpm smile.gif It's quieter than any of my case fans spinning at less than half the speed actually! As for cleaning dust - I just use a Miles Dyson Dust Terminator. Actually it's just a Dyson vacuum cleaner... tongue.gif
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@SunTzu83 - Yeh I agree with what you're saying. I should've got a H60 as I only paid about £5 less for my A50 lol! I didn't realise water cooling could be so cheap so I didn't even look!! The A50 is great though. The fan on it is super quiet considering it's spinning at 2000rpm smile.gif It's quieter than any of my case fans spinning at less than half the speed actually! As for cleaning dust - I just use a Miles Dyson Dust Terminator. Actually it's just a Dyson vacuum cleaner... tongue.gif

It's an extremely bad idea to clean your computer with a vacuum cleaner. I won't go into the details of why, but you can google on it. The electric duster I plan on getting is this one.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001J4ZOAW/ref=asc_df_B001J4ZOAW2000661?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=asn&creative=395093&creativeASIN=B001J4ZOAW&hvpos=1o1&hvexid=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8277296591802162021&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=

Also, the A50 is 35 US on newegg. The H60 is anywhere from 60-70 dollars US. The A50 is cheap and a good performer, much like the CM 212+/EVO.

And yes, I like the fan that came with the A50, in fact I have it in my 5.25 drive bay as an extra intake, right below my optical drive. Since the 600T has bay covers that has dust filters and the covers are nicely compact. I was planning to use it for a push fan on my H60, but I had a spare AVC fan that has the same blade design and size and everything as the H60 stock fan and I adjusted it to a slightly lower RPM as the stock Corsair fan that came with the H60.
Edited by SunTzu83 - 5/5/12 at 8:43am
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Nvm. Looked it up on arctic silver's website.
Edited by Caz - 5/3/12 at 2:51pm
    
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Nvm. Looked it up on arctic silver's website.

If you are using Arctic Silver 5 for example and not their Ceramique, then be very careful not to get that stuff on anything other than the metal plate on your processor and the heatsink. Don't let it touch any of the PCB on anything cause it may cause a short, and you don't want that, cause arctic silver 5 has silver content that gives it it's performance.

And of course don't use too much, less is more. You're just bridging the gap between your heat sink and your processor, and that's all. smile.gif
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So after a re-tool. I was running it on Auto Vcore...just because I am going to the gym...don't have time to really mess with things. I took out a bunch of fans which I will post with pix really soon. And moved them around, which seems to have helped A LOT!

My temps at ~1.4V 4500MHz were strange...core 0 and 3 were at 80C, and 1 and 2 were at ~88C...but it is a lot better than it was...I think.

I may still need to tweak how I put my 212+ on...but I think I did a better job this time. It is 80F today FYI...and humid as ever.

When I get back home I will try offsetting the Vcore and maybe the PLL...any other suggestions would be great. You should see my case...think looks like an alien now. rofl
    
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thats way to much vcore for just 4500 it would seem like and its some what normal for cores to be differt sometimes you can get them closer by getting your heatsink mounted perfect like my cores are these temps right now atr 4900 priming 64 72 73 66 i always have 2 cores close together and 2 far apart.
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thats way to much vcore for just 4500 it would seem like and its some what normal for cores to be differt sometimes you can get them closer by getting your heatsink mounted perfect like my cores are these temps right now atr 4900 priming 64 72 73 66 i always have 2 cores close together and 2 far apart.

He could have a very volt hungry chip, like I do.

At 1.344v, I can't get it to stay stable at 4.5, but it may be other factors at work, and I'm messing with it.
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