Well a while ago, I purchased the Corsair H50, I will not make an extended review, because most of you already know how it is.
As we all know its a very simple watercooling solution, the thing i liked is the simplicity of the use and installation! And also.. the H50 is pretty much noiseless, I recorded a video to prove that it is very silent:
The whole unit is small and cute:
It comes with a PWM fan and a 120mm thin radiator, I read that its made of aluminium, but im not sure...
I was afraid of using the original fan, so I used a Scythe Kama PWM...
The end result is amazing, it works pretty well for a non-overclocked undervolted CPU like mine..
The problem... Is the fan " sucking " air IN... meaning the hot air remains inside the case...
I did a couple of testing with Real Temp 3.00 to test the fans blowing the hot air IN and OUT...
I used the push pull solution using a Scythe Kama PWM and a Noctua Fan...
The results I got:
Fans Blowing hot air IN:
Fans Blowing hot air OUT:
I will make some more testing and Ill post it here...
I used the sensor test because it was easier to just capture the screen shots and post it here, if there is a better way to test please let me know.
The system used is:
- Evga 790i Ultra SLI;
- Intel QuadCore Q9550 C1;
- 8 GB of Ram (Corsair DDR3 1600Mhz);
- ONE Evga GTS 250 1 Gb;
- Antec P182;