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Originally Posted by sellcars001 View Post

Yeah, I am have been following this whole thread...My question is more specific to the H100 interacting with the case. I was under the impression that I could use the on board Cosmos II controller with my my H100. But, I read on another board that it won't work. I am just trying to sort this out without making a mistake myself, I don't want to damage anything. Thanks for the reply.

I tried the same thing.... Technically, you can - however like the previous poster noted - they will click. Mine clicked too loudly for this to be a viable option for me. Your other option (for now) is to get a 3rd party controller and fill up one or two of your drive bays.
post #922 of 6036
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Originally Posted by sellcars001 View Post


Yeah, I am have been following this whole thread...My question is more specific to the H100 interacting with the case. I was under the impression that I could use the on board Cosmos II controller with my my H100. But, I read on another board that it won't work. I am just trying to sort this out without making a mistake myself, I don't want to damage anything. Thanks for the reply.


I currently have the H100 installed (see screen shots in previous threads) and I installed the fans to the H100 controller and not the CM controller.  Also you are aware that you may not be able to put 1 of  the fans on the bottom of the rad (in a push/pull configuration) due to the type of MB you are using. 
 

 

 

post #923 of 6036
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I currently have the H100 installed (see screen shots in previous threads) and I installed the fans to the H100 controller and not the CM controller.  Also you are aware that you may not be able to put 1 of  the fans on the bottom of the rad (in a push/pull configuration) due to the type of MB you are using. 

 Should we start a list of MB that DO work with the H100 and fans on the bottom?

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900D
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Samsung 960 PRO Series - 1TB PCIe NVMe - M.2 In... custom loop EK CoolStream 480 XT  EK CoolStream 240 XT 
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XSPC AX480 Quad 120mm XSPC AX480 Quad 120mm windows 10 PRO Asus ProArt PA329Q 
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crossover 27 Roccat corsair ax1200 900d 
MouseMouse Pad
razer razer 
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4770k rampage 680 evga G.SKILL Sniper Gaming Series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240... 
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post #924 of 6036
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Originally Posted by squigglyline View Post

I tried the same thing.... Technically, you can - however like the previous poster noted - they will click. Mine clicked too loudly for this to be a viable option for me. Your other option (for now) is to get a 3rd party controller and fill up one or two of your drive bays.

OK, I am not going crazy then...You CAN do it, but still get the ticking noise. Got it! So, I should use the H100 controller. NOT the CosmosII

So, you just ran yours to your board then?
post #925 of 6036
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Originally Posted by gponcho View Post



I currently have the H100 installed (see screen shots in previous threads) and I installed the fans to the H100 controller and not the CM controller.  Also you are aware that you may not be able to put 1 of  the fans on the bottom of the rad (in a push/pull configuration) due to the type of MB you are using. 

 


I ended up putting both fans on top and none on the bottom for now, thought maybe I should fan a lower profile fan for push/pull???
Thanks for the help...
post #926 of 6036
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Originally Posted by sellcars001 View Post

OK, I am not going crazy then...You CAN do it, but still get the ticking noise. Got it! So, I should use the H100 controller. NOT the CosmosII
So, you just ran yours to your board then?

you can use the CM fan controller just keep the fans on high and there is no ticking noise
post #927 of 6036
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Originally Posted by sellcars001 View Post

I ended up putting both fans on top and none on the bottom for now, thought maybe I should fan a lower profile fan for push/pull???
Thanks for the help...

yes just get two low profile fans for the bottom that is what I am using on my RIVE... they were mentioned perhaps a few pages ago the scythe ones i believe... i run them all to the CM fan controller and just leave it on high they don't make much noise
post #928 of 6036
From all I have read, leaving these on HI all the time is quite noisy. I will probably switch fans out once all is together. Hopefully CM will get the fix done for the controller. Thanks!

Did you use the thermal paste that came with the H100 or switch it out?
post #929 of 6036
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Originally Posted by sellcars001 View Post

OK, I am not going crazy then...You CAN do it, but still get the ticking noise. Got it! So, I should use the H100 controller. NOT the CosmosII
So, you just ran yours to your board then?

I ran them to the H100 controller (pump) for now. That's "technically" where they are supposed to go. That controller monitors the temp of the coolant and adjusts the fan speed accordingly. That said, I want to be able to somehow control them from outside of the case because if you leave them on high - they're quite loud. I think I am going to go ahead and run them to the board - at least until CM fixes the fan controller.

You also asked someone else about the thermal paste on the block - from what I understand, the paste that comes on it is actually pretty good. My original H100 is on the way back to Amazon because of the noisy pump issue but overall - People seem to be pretty satisfied with the cooling ability of this system.

Good luck!
Edited by squigglyline - 2/29/12 at 8:04pm
post #930 of 6036
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Originally Posted by squigglyline View Post

I ran them to the H100 controller (pump) for now. That's "technically" where they are supposed to go. That controller monitors the temp of the coolant and adjusts the fan speed accordingly. That said, I want to be able to somehow control them from outside of the case because if you leave them on high - they're quite loud. I think I am going to go ahead and run them to the board - at least until CM fixes the fan controller.
You also asked someone else about the thermal paste on the block - from what I understand, the paste that comes on it is actually pretty good. My original H100 is on the way back to Amazon because of the noisy pump issue but overall - People seem to be pretty satisfied with the cooling ability of this system.
Good luck!

Thanks for the heads up...How was yours defective? Anything in particular I should look for? I would hate to ruin something...
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