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Push/Pull Set-up for the H100(HAF-X case)

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Need some help on how I should go about installing this set-up. I am thinking about buying four of these bad-boys and

setting them in a push/pull set-up on my HAF-X case. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod [...] 6835185054

But I am open to suggestion, since I am fairly new to PC's and realize that there are many variable like negative air, ambient

room temp, static air and stuff. I honestly unsure about how I should do this. The Case has to a 230mm intake fan on the front

and another 200mm intake on the side panel and two 200mm exhaust on top. Since I will be installing the H100 rad on to

should I have it suck air in and push it into the components or suck air in from the inside and push it out through the top?
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The newegg link you posted doesn't work
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Wait what?

You're buying four H100's and putting them into one case??

It doesn't work like that....
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Sucking air into the case will get you better temps but "might" raise internal temps a bit and viceversa for exhaust. Personally I found the best way for me was to have it as intake to keep my cpu the coolest possible and I have 2 scythe slipstreams(one to replace the stock 140mm exhaust and another in the drive bay) pushing all that incoming air straight out the back. But of course your results will vary on each build so the best thing you can do is to play around with it to see what works best for you.

Edit - as intake in a haf x will also keep positive pressure in your case, along with some good filters you'll rarely ever have to clear that thing out.
Edited by ThorsMalice - 10/6/11 at 1:39am
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