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Thanks for the reply Mergatroid, I might follow your advice as BadDad62 also suggested the same.
It get's quite hot over here and could easily see 28C ambient indoors so AS5 it is. thumb.gif

Skylake i5, so dried pea, grain of rice, line or thin spread anyone?

I'll go to the AS5 guide for a refresh too, but it's been a long time and my last job was putting this up last weekend... rambo.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

We only proof loaded it to 25.8t metric @ 30 Metres
You can get further info in the Hydro Series Thread which is very active and covers all Corsair water coolers.
As for spread type, everyone has their choice. I have always had good luck with spreading a thin layer over the cpu but some people seem to have problems doing that right. Bb or grain of rice also work.

http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club/27090#post_24558437
Edited by Mergatroid - 10/31/15 at 5:05pm
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guyz i wanna replace corhair h80 stock fan's...what do u reccoment?
i have found these
http://www.e-shop.gr/corsair-air-series-sp120-led-blue-high-static-pressure-120mm-fan-dual-pack-p-PER.814873
http://www.e-shop.gr/corsair-air-series-sp120-high-performance-edition-high-static-pressure-120mm-fan-twin-pack-p-PER.640218

i want better perfomance than stock but not more noise that current fans
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The Corsair Hxx fans ARE SP120HPs , they are just not labeled that way... buying an extra set of SP120s to replace the existing SP120s will only make the Corsair shareholders happy
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The Corsair Hxx fans ARE SP120HPs , they are just not labeled that way... buying an extra set of SP120s to replace the existing SP120s will only make the Corsair shareholders happy
so what are u recommend?
i have also seen this
http://www.e-shop.gr/enermax-ucta12n-bl-tbapollish-120mm-blue-fan-p-PER.663634
but isnt static pressure and i think it doesnt for liquid radiator
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the apollo's are not bad... but for true "Radiator fans" the shortlist is Noiseblocker eLoop , EK Vardar , and the Nidec Gentle Typhoon AP15 (increasingly hard to find - Nidec will only produce them if you order 10000 of them, i believe)

EDIT: Both Phobya and Alphacool have a (voltage) variant of teh Noiseblocker eLoop .. while the Nosieblocker is only available in Black & White, the Alpha's & Phobya are available in Blue & Red smile.gif


For delivery in Greece.. besides Amazon, i think Aquatuning can deliver
Edited by RnRollie - 2/12/16 at 4:12am
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the apollo's are not bad... but for true "Radiator fans" the shortlist is Noiseblocker eLoop , EK Vardar , and the Nidec Gentle Typhoon AP15 (increasingly hard to find - Nidec will only produce them if you order 10000 of them, i believe)

EDIT: Both Phobya and Alphacool have a (voltage) variant of teh Noiseblocker eLoop .. while the Nosieblocker is only available in Black & White, the Alpha's & Phobya are available in Blue & Red smile.gif


For delivery in Greece.. besides Amazon, i think Aquatuning can deliver
ok i will find way to delivery in gr...
i can order from ebay but anyway
ty for ur time
post #1187 of 1192
Hey-Hey
Side track / mod
has anyone hacked 2 H80i together?

I have one here that the board connection for the fans broke off and was looking to hack two rads/4 fans togerther...

think the 1 pump can handle it?
post #1188 of 1192
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The Corsair Hxx fans ARE SP120HPs , they are just not labeled that way... buying an extra set of SP120s to replace the existing SP120s will only make the Corsair shareholders happy
I haven't checked recently, but a year or so ago I did purchase 4 Corsair SP fans and they are not the same as the stock fans that came with the cooler. The max RPM is different. Unless they have changed it in the meantime, they are not the same fans.
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one question...

i wanna to tell me if i have rights the fans..
i have one fan on top which blow air inside the case...
one on front which blow air inside the case.
one on bottom which blow air inside the case,
one on rear which blow air inside the case
and corsair's fans which are on bac which blow air outside the case...

are they right? or should i change some of fans their air?

p.S. the distance from back of case to the wall is 20cm
Edited by neokosmitis - 2/27/16 at 4:27am
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Pity that @erik257 hasn't been online for almost a year, the OP needs an update! Links and pictures aren't working.
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