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Heres my H50 Result. H80 result will be up later today

****EDIT**** Added h80 Result!!! The biggest difference between these 2 is the h80 Cools the cpu soo much faster after the load is off. Both after 3 runs of Ibt
Edited by beefdog - 7/15/11 at 4:53pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kdude6;14226405 
I would say the opposite. Unless graphics heat is exhausting out the back. The H80 should be used as intake for best performance and top ones as exhaust because hot air rises.
The hot air rises thing can be largely ignored. Inside a computer case hot air goes where you push it with your fans, this effect totally obliterates heat rising due to convection. Although I would agree the H80 would do best used to intake air rather than output it.
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Originally Posted by infected rat;14227340 
The hot air rises thing can be largely ignored. Inside a computer case hot air goes where you push it with your fans, this effect totally obliterates heat rising due to convection. Although I would agree the H80 would do best used to intake air rather than output it.

Iv'e seen this said b4 but would like to see the actual tests proving it as, if you push cold air in from the top hot air rising from the bottom you get warm air in the middle in most cases that would be around the cpu ram area. In theory it could make the air cooler around the cpu then having top fans as exhaust and the hot air going out the top. But you couldn't use the fans to push hot air out the bottom of the case
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Originally Posted by Greenback;14227727 
Iv'e seen this said b4 but would like to see the actual tests proving it as, if you push cold air in from the top hot air rising from the bottom you get warm air in the middle in most cases that would be around the cpu ram area. In theory it could make the air cooler around the cpu then having top fans as exhaust and the hot air going out the top. But you couldn't use the fans to push hot air out the bottom of the case

He's right - convection requires a big temp difference, and even if the inside of the case is 10-20C warmer than outside, it's not really enough for convection to be strong on such a small scale. It's like lighting a match in an airplane hangar.
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So far I'm impressed with the Corsair H80 + x2 AP-15 fans.

It works way better than my old Thermaltake Frío, this is what I had and have;

Thermaltake Frío + i7 2600k @ 4.5Ghz 1.290v + Folding@Home = 69-73ºC
Corsair H80 + i7 2600k @ 4.7Ghz 1.335v + Folding@Home = 65-69ºC

As you see it was an epic improvement for me. biggrin.gif
    
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14228104 
He's right - convection requires a big temp difference, and even if the inside of the case is 10-20C warmer than outside, it's not really enough for convection to be strong on such a small scale. It's like lighting a match in an airplane hangar.

I get the top fans as intake rear fan as exhaust would work
But you still couldn't use fans to push hot air out of the bottom of case which this statement Inside a computer case hot air goes where you push it with your fans would imply, unless they pushed mega amount of air you would always get a warm area where the cold and hot mix
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H80 Results added
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Quote:
Originally Posted by beefdog;14228973 
H80 Results added

Wow that's pretty impressive 10-11 degree drop on the H50. I think the H100 is going to be an awesome upgrade for me then as I'll run 4 fans on it 2scythe and the 2 corsair ones redface.gif

@curiousgeorge can you confirm that the H100 fans in balanced mode operate at the same rpm the AP-15s do?
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The H80 seems like a pretty solid cooler. I replaced my stock Intel cooler with one today and saw load temps in Prime95 drop from the high 60's to under 50.
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Originally Posted by Kdude6;14226405 
I would say the opposite. Unless graphics heat is exhausting out the back. The H80 should be used as intake for best performance and top ones as exhaust because hot air rises.

Air goes where you push it. My H70 and motherboard got VAST improvements when setting top to intake. GFX stayed same. Silverstone has a great and illustrated article on this.
    
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