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post #11 of 20
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uhhhhhhhwaitasecond, herpderp push pull config my junk only came with 1 fan ? ***? I mean this whole time ive only been using 1 fan on the radiator acting as an exhaust from the case.. ....when i need 2 fans on it?

r u srs?

http://blog.corsair.com/?p=987
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Do not disassemble the H50 i repeat DO NOT!! It will explode in your face - thats what she said - Um yeah the stock h50 comes only with 1, push pull is at your own expense. And also, 95 degrees with ONE fan is still not normal
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post #13 of 20
Also, you want 2 fans yes - one fan should be pulling air into the case, from the back of the case. The other fan should be pulling air out of the rad.

BACK of case -> 120 mm fan -> RAD -> 120 mm fan

The arrows show where the air should be going. This setup is recommended by corsair, and I have tested it myself, you see 2-3 degrees in temp drop on load.
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Hmmm.... I could get one of those Scythe gentle typhoons but im just wondering how much of a temp drop i would actually see with the recommended config as opposed to me simply trying a a different cooler entirely. I dont know, im slightly confused.

Ive had my vcore just sitting at 1.3v...Would temps be much different if it was at 1.25 or 1.2v?
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What kind of screws do i need going with an extra 120mm fan to go on the radiator?
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Doing all of these things will cost you money. Figuring out how you lost 10 - 15c cooling might be a better use of your time. Is the H50 broken? Pump gone bad? It seems to me you are probably still under warranty. Before you waste time and money, before you open the device and void your warranty, perhaps you should find out what went wrong.

Worst comes to worst, you can go back to your stock cooler, run non-OC for a while, and rma the H50 back to Corsair.

Probably you should ask on the Corsair website what could have gone wrong, and what if anything you can do to diagnose it.
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Ok i did a couple things:


1. Blew a bunch of dust out of everything. Duh

2. Turned the side panel fan and radiator fan around so they are intake instead of exhaust, the radiator fan is now taking air from outside and blowing through the radiator.

3. Decreased my vcore from 1.3v to 1.2875 (something like that) volts.


I was just using playing cod black ops to test what the temps would get to and last night it would get up close to 75c, now its around 65c so i saw a decent drop. 30c idle temps and 65c while playing games is still kind of high.
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How in the hell are other people getting 20c idle and 50c temps under load. That seems really damn chill.
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How in the hell are other people getting 20c idle and 50c temps under load. That seems really damn chill.
You may want to check the flatness of your H50 if/when you remount the water block to the cpu. Take a razor blade or other known flat edge, lay it across the cpu block and hold it up to the light. You should see very little light coming through. If that light is in the center, that's a problem and you should decide whether or not you want to lap it. It could be that just a remount with fresh TIM fixes your problem.
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Thanks everyone for your replies
Edited by Field - 3/20/11 at 6:24pm
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