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post #41 of 28489 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 06:37 PM
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I should add, it sticks out about 20mm on each end in the other direction that might interfere with the backplate for expansion slots. Since I'm using push/pull, the fan between the case and the radiator meant it could fit around without bending the slots with a hammer. I assume wherever you mount the Rad you already have a fan, so you can set up push/pull with that fan and the fan supplied and build the same setup I have. Good luck!

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post #42 of 28489 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 10:32 PM
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How do you guys make it push and pull? I cant figure it out =P

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How do you guys make it push and pull? I cant figure it out =P
the radiator is basically sandwiched between two fans. the h50 only comes with 4 screws to mount the fan but the easiest way to mount two is just to use two diagonally on each side.
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post #44 of 28489 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 11:36 PM
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Got the Corsair H50!

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Temps; The wavy lines is do to my setup being below the ac vent in my room... when central air comes on my temps drops.

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I was wondering about that chart as I have never seen anything like that....but then I read ure comment.....Wow thats like 10 degrees drop with an AC...awesome....keep ure AC on while benching and u could get some good scores. I am running close to 57 degrees with my 965 on the same settings 1.425V and with a push pull...ofcourse my ambients are clsoe to 25-26.
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Push/Pull as exhaust





This is how I make sure I get fresh air into the rad
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Hi, got my H50 a few days ago, giving great temps at the moment, about 6'c less than my lapped S1283 was giving me. Man the pump is quite, the only way I can know its running is to check RPM. I origanally was running it on the back of my case as a intake push/pull, but as I run my case without either sides on, I have switched it over so im exhausting instead. I will upload some photo's later. What im interested in is, has anyone done any mods to a H50 like replacing the tubing or rad?


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post #48 of 28489 (permalink) Old 11-22-2009, 06:21 AM
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Hey H50 owners!

Could one of you tell me about the temps your getting on your -not overclocked- i7 920's?
I hope some of you have such a system. Im thinking of buying the Lian li V351 case, and watercooling the cpu with this kit. Im still a bit on the fence though. Think anyone of you could change my mind by showing some awesome temps?

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Can't really help with i7 temps, but expect to be about 10C lower than stock cooling temps for idle and load. Hopefully someone here can confirm.

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Whats the max pump rpm?
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