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Old June 27, 2010, 12:45 PM
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My System Specs


+1 for the H-50. Doesn't weigh 1kg and looks fantastic. Temps are very good.
"Sang Noir"
-Cooler Master Storm Sniper Black Mesh Edition
-Intel Core i7 920 D0 @ 4.116GHz 1.318VCore 24/7 HT On
-Corsair H-50 + 2x Cooler Master R4
-Asus RoG Rampage III Extreme
-6GB OCZ Platinum Triple Channel DDR3-1600 [7-7-7-20]
-2x EVGA GTX 295+ Quad SLI
-Corsair HX-1000
-WD 160GB Raptor 10000RPM
-WD 1000GB Black 7200RPM

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Old June 28, 2010, 05:02 AM
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I have three H50s - in my wifes computer, and two folding boxes. reason? - it direct exausts the heat from the CPU directly out the PC, rather than towers, which "mostly" exaust it, if setup correctly. With a front/top fans setup properly, you can have a lot of air cooling over the ram/northbridge.
The H50 performs about the same as high-quality air coolers at overclocked loads.. but i'm told not at idle.. which isn't an issue for me. (CPUs run 100% in my house!) And definitely out perform the CM212+ (dual fan) at high overclock/load by a good 6-8c.

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