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post #481 of 1192 Old 07-13-2011, 03:27 PM
 
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At the same RPMs, the H80/H100 fans will outperform the GT 1850s on our radiators.

H100 was pushed out by about 2 weeks, but they're flying over from China now to go out to reviewers. H80s have been sent out already I believe.
Sounds great. The h80 looks nice, but im very interested in the h100. My gut tells me its going to perform great, The only question i have is how noisey it will be.

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Hi CorsairGeorge,

Any insights on why there have been a lack of reviews of the H80 on the usual websites?

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CorsairGeorge, I'm curious about this too. What gives?
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I have a question about running the 4 fans push/pull out on the H100 rad. I have a CM690II case would it be better to run that setup with the rad mounted on the bottom of the case or the top? I don't think it would fit 4 fans on top without the fans touching the cooler/ram.
if you have the vents at the bottom to suck cool air in then it will be fine, I'm affraid I don't know much about the layout of the CM690II

EDIT: I would put a side fan on to help keep your gpu cool though
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Just went to put my h80 on and one of the mounting screws broke right off

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OK, just skipped to the test vs noctua. Am i missing something or were the temps taken when there was 0% load, thats what the pictures show ????.

I'd like to see pictures showing 100% load temps.

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It was indeed 100% load, said so in task manager. Idk why it doesn't show the CPU usage in realtemp (new to this stuff).


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Has anyone tried medium speed Yate Loons on the H80? I'm concerned about the noise of the H80 fans from the video posted to this forum. I don't mind trading a few degrees for a more silent system. I'm building a new SB system next week which I plan to OC to at least 4.5. Would the Noiseblocker M12-S2's be a better choice than the Yate Loons?

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The test versus the Noctua isn't really useful because of how much more noise the Corsair unit was allowed to make.

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I think I will use the Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM with the H80 once it arrives.

I honestly can't stand the noise of the FrÃ*o fans at anything above 2000RPM, so I will probably hate the Corsair fans at 2600RPM...

How do the GT1850 fans work against Corsair fans both at ~1800RPM?

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I think I will use the Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM with the H80 once it arrives.

I honestly can't stand the noise of the FrÃ*o fans at anything above 2000RPM, so I will probably hate the Corsair fans at 2600RPM...

How do the GT1850 fans work against Corsair fans both at ~1800RPM?
CuriousGeorge already said their fans apparently run more quiet/push more air/have better pressure then the GTs @ 1800rpm or as he explained it "Balanced Mode".

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CuriousGeorge already said their fans apparently run more quiet/push more air/have better pressure then the GTs @ 1800rpm or as he explained it "Balanced Mode".
Let's say I run the Corsair fans or the GTs 1850RPM.

Is it mandatory to run them plugged into the pump? Or can I pump them into my fan controller?

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