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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. p_o_s_pc

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    the more time i work on the WM the better it seems to get. Its come along way from this
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    EDIT:bro could you remind me later on today to get you some pics of the back side. I just had the side off working back there and didn't think to take any pics till now.
     
  2. Chicken Patty

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    WOW, now is when you really see the difference :eek: You've done a great job so far Tim :toast:

    I'll try to remind myself to remind you to take the pics :laugh:
     
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  3. p_o_s_pc

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    posting the pics of all the small steps don't make it look like much but when you look at when it first started to now its like a night and day difference
     
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    That's why it's good to bring those older pictures up every now and then. They remind you of how long you have came :toast:
     
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    thats why i always keep them on hand. If there is a time that i think it looks like shit and don't think it looks any better i look at an old pic and am like :eek::twitch:
    :laugh:
    anyways haven't slept in about 50hrs so i am getting to bed.(the other night when i said i was going to bed i was up sick all night and haven't felt like sleeping since then.. till now :laugh:)
     
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    Going to bed too! get some rest dude :rockout:
     
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    you too.
     
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    nice rig man...
     
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    my h50 is beginning to piss me off now, absolute sh**. its the first time ive had a shutdown protection gets to around 85c on an overclocked 1090t... time to get a proper watercooling loop :p
     
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    how many years have you been using that h50 of yours???
     
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    My H50 is great...it handles my i7 860 @ 3.8ghz and temps stay around 70c (load). About 55c at stock speeds (2.93ghz)
     
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    mine is 34c at stock and 62c at load i use it to cool my phenom ii x4 965...
     
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    That's just an insane monitor setup :laugh:
     
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    absolutely correct! my q9550 at 3.9 ghz 1.35v loads around the high 40ies and the low 50ies during crunching, and that with an ek supreme, a Tt 400l pump, and an XSPC 240 rad;)
     
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    its been about a month now
     
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    which to answer his question appropriately, is 1/12th of a year (aka 0.0833333 years)
     
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    H50 is on par with high-end air coolers.
    which should cool your 1090T nicely
     
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    thats not bad for a little "loop" like the H50. My i7 920@3.9ghz ~63c load.
    but it goes to show that if i'm not happy with temps i am getting now i wouldn't be able to switch to a H50 or ECO like i thought about. :eek:

    that is true.
    The Fort120 got put up against the H50 in a review i found after a few mins of google.. It showed that the *fort120 got COOLER temps then the h50.
    Now it was only a slight difference.

    *I don't consider the Fort120 a high-end cooler but some sites/people do and it does cool good so maybe it is.
     
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    My experience with my H50 was that with push and pull fan configuration it cooled considerably better than the Mega.
     
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    This maybe a stupid thing to ask.. Do you think it would cool better then my water loop?
     
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    umm..
    i dont think so...
    2 rads vs 1 rad
     
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    I'ld have to agree with ahokzyasha, don't think so. However, don't underestimate the little H50, it's got major cojones!
     
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    What both of you said is what i was thinking. I knew it was stupid question to ask.
    The h50 is a 120 rad and i have dual 120+ a 140 rad so it does without saying.(i know i just answered my own question)
     
  25. Chicken Patty

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    The thing with the H50 is that to me it has more potential that a high end air cooler when the right fan configuration is used and it's also maintenance free, can't beat that :) I loved mine, I just moved on because I am going custom loop since I miss messing with water cooling wayyy tooooo much.
     

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