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I changed cases to this Lian Li, and now I only have one rear fan spot where my H50 is mounted. I am currently running these. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103091

Is there a better fan. I notice that my temps have crept up 3-6C since I lost the other rear fan port. I know I want good static pressure but wonder if a few more CFM would help get the hot air out of the case? My GPUs dont exaust out back so all that hot air is being pulled in to the rad.

Is mounting it as an intake now an option on the back? I would have 5 120mm pulling in and 2x 140mm pulling out the top then? Doesn't seem like a viable option to me.

Thanks for the help!
Edited by Hawk777th - 7/18/11 at 9:40pm
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Thanks, I will look into those. Anyone else?
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Any advantages to having a higher RPM fan? I only have one 120MM on the back of my case to pull out the hot air from my GPUs aswell?
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Second the AP15s. Configuring your H50 as intake give some people better temps. Thats what I found on my old H50 anyway.

Exhausting hot air through your rad wont help your cpu temps.

Your twin 140s as exhaust will do nicely in pulling out that hot air.
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So switch the H50 to intake then let the top fans exhaust?

I know the lightnings are hurting the temps. Thats why I wondered if fans that can pull more air would be better.

Is Jab-Tech in US?
Edited by Hawk777th - 9/18/11 at 11:31pm
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So switch the H50 to intake then let the top fans exhaust?

I know the lightnings are hurting the temps. Thats why I wondered if fans that can pull more air would be better.

Is Jab-Tech in US?
Yes, that should work nicely.

The main issue with the H series coolers is that one solution doesnt fit all situations, some experimentation is required.

The AP15 pull more air and are quieter. Im about to install 4 x AP15s in push / pull on my H100 tonight as Im quiet sure I can get better temps with these fans.

"Lightnings"? Are you talking about cold cathods?

I assume Jab-tech is in the US - they use FedEx. I cant see a shope front address though.
Edited by Sethy666 - 9/18/11 at 11:41pm
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No my GFX cards. They exhaust into case.

If I reverse it I will have 5 fans pulling in and only 2 pulling out on the top? Will that work? Never had a fan setup that didnt blow out back.
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post #9 of 9
Thats the setup I have now, 1 exhaust and 4 intakes, including the H100. I have a Ultra kaze 2000 as my only exhaust port and that seems to works just fine.
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