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post #19881 of 28484 (permalink) Old 12-18-2011, 03:15 PM
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The screw size you're looking for is: 6 x 32 x 1 1/4" #6 machine thread, 32 threads per inch, 1.25" long.

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post #19882 of 28484 (permalink) Old 12-18-2011, 05:49 PM
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i got what you described about the screw, fits perfectly on the rad thumb.gif,.. thx merg

im a little bit shock about the result just by adding another fan smile.gif

ok.. so, let me just show you the real action biggrin.gif

4.1Ghz with DeepCool IceEdge << this one long gone

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4.1Ghz with H60 Pull

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4.1Ghz H60 PushPull

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SmallFFT, i think 25 minutes is enough for now just to make sure.. never touch 65c thumb.gif

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well.. for $70 i think its now doing its job very well, im surprised, i was thinking about buying the $220 EK set but then such a waste on an old dual core .. but im pretty sure that i can still use this H60 to cool my next 2600K, probably next year thumb.gif


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EDIT: both fans running between 1800-1900, it fluctuated.. i thought the SickeFlow will stick to 2000rpm, but anyway... happy now smile.gif

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That's great. Nice to see such a good result. Glad that fan worked out.

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post #19884 of 28484 (permalink) Old 12-23-2011, 07:06 AM
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So I'm moving my H50 from an LGA1366 to an LGA775 system, and I'm having the time of my life (not) taking the pieces of plastic that go in each corner of the ring-shaped thing that's part of how the cooler is attached. Talking about the pieces of plastic through which the screws go, just to be clear. How the hell does one take those out of the metal ring? There's a little plastic thing you can push to take one side out, but then on the other side there's another, immovable plastic notch that is preventing me from doing anything. I don't want to apply too much force since I don't want to bend the metal ring. Is there a trick to it I'm not getting?

Edit: never mind, it was just the one that was being a pain. I broke it in the process of removing it. The others came out easily by using a flathead screwdriver as a lever. Probably won't be using it in another system, so it's no problem that the one's broken.



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i just picked up a h60 should be in this week. hows the h60 compair to the rest of the h series.

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Right in the middle of the pack. It's a good cooler.

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post #19887 of 28484 (permalink) Old 12-29-2011, 08:28 PM
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quick question! Do ap-15 work with the h100 fan controller? The rep at the store said only the stock 3pin corsair fans adjusts speed or 4 pin pwm fans. He said regular 3 pin fans will just run full speed.

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post #19888 of 28484 (permalink) Old 12-29-2011, 08:45 PM
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quick question! Do ap-15 work with the h100 fan controller? The rep at the store said only the stock 3pin corsair fans adjusts speed or 4 pin pwm fans. He said regular 3 pin fans will just run full speed.

The rep at your local store is full of crap. The stock H100 fans are normal 3-pin fans. You can use ANY fans on the H100. As a matter of fact, even if you plug in a 4-pin PWM fan, it still gets controlled the same way as a 3-pin fan (voltage regulation) as the H100 block does not contain a PWM controller.

Tell your rep he should stop making things up, or link you to the information he claims is true.

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post #19890 of 28484 (permalink) Old 01-03-2012, 09:22 PM
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whats teh latest corsair h cooler? ive got the h50

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