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Dude, they have Shin Etsu G751 as a good paste on one of those reviews. Which btw dates back to March 2, 2008. The other is March 2009, though I do trust Hardware Canucks; it still dates back before the review I put up by Skineelabs. That's a full two years behind all the new products that are now out.

The rest aren't even real reviews but forum posts. I trust skineelabs / martinsliquidlab ten times more then what you posted. Indeed, I have no clue what I'm talking about.
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Honestly, that's your argument? Because it's from the same family it acts indentical? You should meet my brother...
Sure hope he drinks beer. thumb.gif



@ OP Unfortunately, you won't be able to fit a p/p setup in the 650D with the h100. I own a 650d and had to dremel the top off to fit a shroud in order to get a slim rad to work with a p/p setup. IIRC the h100 is around 27mm thick and my GT stealths are 31 mm thick which gives you an extra 4mm. When I checked for P/P I have around 10mm left fior the extra fan without the mod. Your fans would still hit the top of you mobo (either heat sinks or ram slots).



Here is my source. If you look down the list, IC diamond will be tested. But with what I've read on it it doesn't even come close to the top ten on the current review.
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Honestly, that's your argument? Because it's from the same family it acts indentical? You should meet my brother...
Sure hope he drinks beer. thumb.gif

Sure hope he doesnt, he's 13 biggrin.gif

If you guys have so much difficulty choosing a good TIM, just get MX-4 or arctic silver 5. Maybe not the best but at least proven to work well.
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@ OP Unfortunately, you won't be able to fit a p/p setup in the 650D with the h100. I own a 650d and had to dremel the top off to fit a shroud in order to get a slim rad to work with a p/p setup. IIRC the h100 is around 27mm thick and my GT stealths are 31 mm thick which gives you an extra 4mm. When I checked for P/P I have around 10mm left fior the extra fan without the mod. Your fans would still hit the top of you mobo (either heat sinks or ram slots).

In regards to that would replacing the stock fans of the h100 and case would this work

BitFenix Spectre 200mm Black Tinted White LED Fan In stock $22.00
Noctua NF-P14 FLX 140mm Fan In stock $29.00
Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm Fan

So 2 120 for the h100 1 140 for the exhaust because it has the 120 mounting and the 200mm for the front?

What do you think?
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I would recomend a 2700k or waiting for ivy...
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In regards to that would replacing the stock fans of the h100 and case would this work
BitFenix Spectre 200mm Black Tinted White LED Fan In stock $22.00
Noctua NF-P14 FLX 140mm Fan In stock $29.00
Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm Fan
So 2 120 for the h100 1 140 for the exhaust because it has the 120 mounting and the 200mm for the front?
What do you think?

The stock fans that come with the H100 have a range of 1.6 - 7.7 mm/H20, which is better than GT AP15's. In comparison, the CM Excaliburs are about 23$ on Frozencpu, and have 3..53 mm/H20 of static pressure. Those are wonderful fans, better than the Noctua for their purpose if you ask me. However, if you want to reduce noise and have a lower RPM fans then yes, Noctua, AP15's or Noise blockers will do a very nice job with enough static pressure to push the air through the rad.

Honestly, I don't know anything about Bitfenix fans, but I've heard of them everywhere here on OCN (purty lights!!!). Just make sure it's a 200x200x20mm fan, or the two HDD cages will need to come out. I think CM makes a thin 200mm fan that fits perfect for the front of the 650D without taking out the HDD cages. If you want a good fan and can move one the the HDD cages next to the PSU and get rid of the second, then a Silverstone Air Penetrator 180 (180x180x32mm) would be one of the best choices for an intake fan. You would have to use ty-wraps or something to mount it. I think Faulkton on the forum has one mounted in his 650D.
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Honestly, I don't know anything about Bitfenix fans, but I've heard of them everywhere here on OCN (purty lights!!!). Just make sure it's a 200x200x20mm fan, or the two HDD cages will need to come out. I think CM makes a thin 200mm fan that fits perfect for the front of the 650D without taking out the HDD cages..

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=101729 thumb.gif

Doesn't "NEED" to be 20mm fans. Spectre pro's indeed fit. smile.gif
Edited by xbournex - 1/6/12 at 1:03pm
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The stock fans that come with the H100 have a range of 1.6 - 7.7 mm/H20, which is better than GT AP15's. In comparison, the CM Excaliburs are about 23$ on Frozencpu, and have 3..53 mm/H20 of static pressure. Those are wonderful fans, better than the Noctua for their purpose if you ask me. However, if you want to reduce noise and have a lower RPM fans then yes, Noctua, AP15's or Noise blockers will do a very nice job with enough static pressure to push the air through the rad.
Honestly, I don't know anything about Bitfenix fans, but I've heard of them everywhere here on OCN (purty lights!!!). Just make sure it's a 200x200x20mm fan, or the two HDD cages will need to come out. I think CM makes a thin 200mm fan that fits perfect for the front of the 650D without taking out the HDD cages. If you want a good fan and can move one the the HDD cages next to the PSU and get rid of the second, then a Silverstone Air Penetrator 180 (180x180x32mm) would be one of the best choices for an intake fan. You would have to use ty-wraps or something to mount it. I think Faulkton on the forum has one mounted in his 650D.

CoolerMaster 120mm Excalibur PWM Fan

So those for the rad would be a better choice then the nocturna fans for it?

What about the 140mm fan I've chosen for the back exhaust?
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CoolerMaster 120mm Excalibur PWM Fan
So those for the rad would be a better choice then the nocturna fans for it?
What about the 140mm fan I've chosen for the back exhaust?

I was saying the corsair ones had better static pressure. Though that kinda remains to be tested, they are Corsairs specs for the fans. I was making a comparison, not a suggestion. I have no proof that either is better as of now (Corsair or CM), but tried tested and true low RPM fans that I listed would work for a quieter operation for sure. As for the 140, well there's nothing spectacular on the market right now, but martins liquid lab has a nice review of some.

Martins liquid lab review of 140mm's on an SR-1
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Your main fans tested here point towards what costs the less money and performs best, Yateloons. I personnaly have the NB PK-3's on a rad of mine, and one has a squeel under 5v, but work wonderfully anywhere above. Probably a faulty one...
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Hmm I've been reading around as much as I can and it seems the stock fans are just about some of the best fans you can get for it due to the RPM, CFM and static pressure. The front 200mm fan has already been decided. Now just to change the rear exhaust. Needs to be powerful!
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Dude, they have Shin Etsu G751 as a good paste on one of those reviews. Which btw dates back to March 2, 2008. The other is March 2009, though I do trust Hardware Canucks; it still dates back before the review I put up by Skineelabs. That's a full two years behind all the new products that are now out.
The rest aren't even real reviews but forum posts. I trust skineelabs / martinsliquidlab ten times more then what you posted. Indeed, I have no clue what I'm talking about.
Sure hope he drinks beer. thumb.gif
@ OP Unfortunately, you won't be able to fit a p/p setup in the 650D with the h100. I own a 650d and had to dremel the top off to fit a shroud in order to get a slim rad to work with a p/p setup. IIRC the h100 is around 27mm thick and my GT stealths are 31 mm thick which gives you an extra 4mm. When I checked for P/P I have around 10mm left fior the extra fan without the mod. Your fans would still hit the top of you mobo (either heat sinks or ram slots).
Here is my source. If you look down the list, IC diamond will be tested. But with what I've read on it it doesn't even come close to the top ten on the current review.

Skinee is making it more complicated than it really is.I mean 3 different mounting pressures just adds way more variability to the test.I would have preferred 1 mount and a consistant amount of T.I.M..Looking at his tests,it sure seems to me he using an excessive amount,and I know personally that better temps result with less T.I.M. in most cases.I never go by 1 testers results,I always compare all I can find.When it comes to cooling you will find a great variation no matter what you do,too many variables.
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OP here is a great budget set of RAM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231442$85 for 16GB of good overclocking RAM
or my personal choice would be these
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231503
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