Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by John, Jul 16, 2009.
You really aint having much luck with it are ya?? :bang:
sadly not ive had serval leaks once i seal up one another pops up lol
think i have just decided to not do water cooling lol
Dont let me put you off lol this pc had been failing from the beginning
leaks are the last worry on my mind with this pc
lol whats wrong with it then ?
im not sure think its either the power supply or gpu
im buying a jeantech absoloute 1000w modular to test to see if the thermaltake toughpower is broken
Corsair H50 fitted.
Thought I'd have a go at newbie watercooling!
So I've fitted a Corsair H50 into my HAF. Cools my C2Q 9550 at about 10c less than my Zalman did and is virtually silent! Sorted...
Fasteddy, did you remove the stock fan?
If you mean the 120mm one that comes with the H50?
No, it's fitted to (above) the radiator in that first picture... sucking air into my case.
I would get that corsair but i dont think it has enough power to cool 4.2ghz but you never know.
Nah, I wouldn't think so... unless you do a push/pull arangement with some good fans, maybe?
I brought this radiator to put it in my old case the cosmos 1000 which only fit one 120.2 radiator inside, I have a 120.1 radiator that I can fit inside to cool the video card but I don't need it right now as this current setup is cooling everything alright.
Gonna fit mine tomorrow....and will prolly (hopefully) up to 4ghz
Good luck and make sure you post results and pics:thumbup:
that H50 and others like it are really nice, though i wish they made a 240mm version!
even a 140mm would be nice.
Aye, I didn't realise just how tiny the rad is on the H50... but any larger and I suppose the pump would struggle.
asetek made the corsair H50, they also have a 240mm OEM version(used in ibuypower, dell, alienware, cyberp PC's, ect).
so it seems the pump is fine for it, they just have no released it for public.
Maybe it'll be the H100 next then...?
I would actually buy that.