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

  1. Kaiser Kraus

    Kaiser Kraus

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    Not bad for a stock heatpipe cooler. I really wanted to OC my cpu well above 3.5 ghz, but my Mobo seems to be the culprit. My H50 can handle the temps even if I'm using 1.5v for the CPU voltage and OC'ing at 3.5. My temps at idle is at 24 deg C. At load, about 35 while playing BF:BC2. Cool temps but the mobo's limiting my OC potential......Well I'm just going to wait for the next AMD platform (Bulldozer+whatever chipset)....:)
     
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    No, that temperature is not normal.
    I have them without OC and automatic fans, are playing between 75 - 85C º. And without the fans lit side of the box.
    The fans never have reached 100%.
    And room temperature 24 - 26c º.
    This may not be the problem, I use the application of Nvidia (Nvidia System monitor) goes well and fits the drivers (Display Control Panel).
    I hope to help.
    A greeting.
     
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    If it is true I would have to look at me a better cooling.
    But for now I see no need and that keeps me acceptable temperatures. But something better to look in the future.
    These are the temperatures of the 480's and the 980x to 4GHz. For every day.
    Temperature 25-26c º.
    A greeting :toast:


    http://img814.imageshack.us/img814/1713/temperaturas.jpg
     
  4. Athlonite

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    oui oui neighbour why you not out chasing roo's
     
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    I had a couple of those AMD stock HP HSF's they aren't to bad for what they are aslong as you use good TIM (not P_O_S) had mine on an old Athlon64 x2 4800+ skt939 @2.8GHz and it sat at around 45~50c at full load
     
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    HammerON The Watchful Moderator Staff Member

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    Those temps look really good:toast:
    What are your load temps?
    I would have to say that if your load temps stay cool as well, then change nothing:)
     
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    More wide perspective view

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  8. haha, theres worse than this? :banghead:
     
  9. jcgeny

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    that is not bad and near to be good : you should use "Tubing Springs/Sleeves" in here :

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    that should make your temp go lower
    here is a link for your choice ;']
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=59_399
     
  10. DaMulta

    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    Damn this thread is still rolling:p
     
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    If it gets any bigger

    There might be another whole forum dedicated to it!
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    they see me rollin... they ratin (my rig outta 10)
     
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    HAHAHAHAHAHA. Good one Mussels, (singing that song in my head now.)
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Ok i did a trade and got an H50 for my custom water loop i posted about 2 weeks ago. I had to do some hack job cutting to the back of the case but finally got it to fit really good. Only thing that doesnt fit good atm is the top of the case but i am going to cut on it alittle this afternoon or one of my days im off work. This H50 does good but not as good as the custom loop, but it beats stock cooling LOL. At stock clocks it idled at 21 deg cel and loaded at 32 deg cel for 1 hour on OCCT and IBT. I then tested it as unlocked to an x4 and OCed to 3.2ghz and it idled around 36 and loaded around 53 deg cel with ITB and OCCT. Its about 3-4 deg hotter than the custom loop i had but this little thing will fit in the case really good. Ive got the H50s rad in a push/pull with two coolermaster UV fans at 53CFM. Later on i might up it to two 100+CFM fans to see if temps go down further. also i will OC further tonight to see what more i can get out of it. here is some before and after shots. I followed along as best as i could on how Erocker setup his H50 in his Bgears case.

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    You did a good job on that brandon. I like it.
     
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    hmm where have i seen that video card before :p
     
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    Nice set up there brandon. How's your ASRock board working out for ya?
     
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    Very nice!:) what eactly did you cut to make it fit?
     
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    Went SLI not to long ago:). Also these pics where taken on a cell, so they're not to good.:(

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    I know my cable management looks like crap. lol
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    Windows 7 ''mouse pad'' with a crappy pic of my Razer Lachesis mouse.
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    My bro's Mini-ITX gaming PC:
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    What case is that in the last photo?
     
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    [Ion] WCG Team Assistant

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    Silverstone Sugo SG05 ;)

    I've had one, great ITX case, although I sold that setup since I couldn't OC it :eek:
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    This board is in fact the best AMD board i have ever owned. I OCs better than any board i have had (ive had some good ones like a DFI 790FX and a Asus M4A79T Deluxe) It unlocks chips pretty good as well. the NB runs cool even in the small case. all in all this board was the best bang for my buck! i got it for about 50$ shipped on the egg.

    POSPC - Yea that card look big compaired to the rest of the board! if only i can find a stock dual slot cooler for it, it might lower temps alot

    I cut the MB tray above the I/O shield about 1/2 inch and also cut 1/4 inch off below the 120mm fan slot. it isnt that straight of a cut, but with the H50s rad there, you cannot tell the difference.
     
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    got my h50 changed to a true 120 black, about 90% lapped lol, and 1 xiggy black led. 64c on full linx load compared to 66c on the h50 with push pull.

    pics up tomorrow
     

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