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i'm doing only push right now on my RX240, how much temps will i drop if i do a push & pull setup.
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2-3c

Edit: that was a blunt answer lol. It also depends on fan speed, it could be a tiny bit more.
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i'll be running 4x 2000rpm fans on it, will i able to get more then 2-3c.
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i'll be running 4x 2000rpm fans on it, will i able to get more then 2-3c.
As i can recall, The RX series rad's work best with a low rpm fan, So around the 1500rpm mark, I had p/p on my RX rad's and only noticed a 1c difference in temps, Wasn't worth the extra noise though.

P.S I use 1500rpm Xigmatek fans.
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As i can recall, The RX series rad's work best with a low rpm fan, So around the 1500rpm mark, I had p/p on my RX rad's and only noticed a 1c difference in temps, Wasn't worth the extra noise though.

P.S I use 1500rpm Xigmatek fans.
there was a benchmark somewhere that shows that the higher rpm fans did lower temps a bit, but can't seem to find it.
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there was a benchmark somewhere that shows that the higher rpm fans did lower temps a bit, but can't seem to find it.
Well it has been proven that the RX series of rad's work best at lower RPM fans, Where as the RS series rad's work best with higher rpm speed fans.

RX > 1500 and lower
RS > 1500 and higher

It is completely up to you if you want to run P/P, If you can deal with the added noise and have room to fit it, I say go for it.
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Well it has been proven that the RX series of rad's work best at lower RPM fans, Where as the RS series rad's work best with higher rpm speed fans.

RX > 1500 and lower
RS > 1500 and higher

It is completely up to you if you want to run P/P, If you can deal with the added noise and have room to fit it, I say go for it.
Yes, but he should still see a 2-5C drop from the 2000rpm fans at 2000rpm over the stock 1500rpm fans.
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Yes, but he should still see a 2-5C drop from the 2000rpm fans at 2000rpm over the stock 1500rpm fans.
that's what i want to hear .
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that's what i want to hear .
Haha, sorry I didn't reply back earlier lol, glad I could help
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Originally Posted by gumbie View Post
Well it has been proven that the RX series of rad's work best at lower RPM fans, Where as the RS series rad's work best with higher rpm speed fans.

RX > 1500 and lower
RS > 1500 and higher

It is completely up to you if you want to run P/P, If you can deal with the added noise and have room to fit it, I say go for it.
i had a couple of people that told me, higher rpm fans will give you a tiny lower temps. so i'm down for it
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