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what were the temps when you tested them? also did you run prime on them?
   
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Anyone using kaze slipstreams on a 212 evo? I just got a slip-stream to test it out, impressed that it is somewhat quiet at full RPM
 
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I have the Elite 430 case as well, with 140mm intake, 120mm Side intake, 120mm rear exhaust, and 2X 120MM top exhaust. I am wondering if I should use a pull method (one fan only) or push? Gonna use the stock 212 EVO fan as well. I am thinking Vertical install (bcs of RAM height).
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+red'd Awesome read! I have been fighting with myself over the best way to cool my new i5-2550K. I currently have a Hyper 212+ and do not have the funds to do any upgrades unless I make some sales. I intend to go water cooling but I have been trying to push my i5-2550K as much as I can on air. So far I have been able to actually reach 5.0Ghz on hyper 212+ but temps were to high. I wouldn't even call it stable for I shut down ibt before it even go half way through. I didn't even attempt prime95. Temps were way to high. I currently use a Cooler Master Haf 912. So this read was very helpful. When I get some time to myself I will have to test this all out myself. I already know the best route for me with the hyper 212+ is horizontal blowing air out the rear of the case for when I tried it vertically, blowing air out the top of the case my temps were higher due to the air going through the hyper 212+ were already heated from the back of my gpu.
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Originally Posted by Propflux01 View Post

I have the Elite 430 case as well, with 140mm intake, 120mm Side intake, 120mm rear exhaust, and 2X 120MM top exhaust. I am wondering if I should use a pull method (one fan only) or push? Gonna use the stock 212 EVO fan as well. I am thinking Vertical install (bcs of RAM height).

You can have it run horizontal even if your concerned about ram clearance. All you need to do is install the fans a bit higher then the memory heat spreaders.
post #126 of 250
Cool, Thank you. Then I am to assume by moving the fan up, a push configuration would be better than a pull configuration in my case?
Edited by Propflux01 - 4/21/12 at 7:14am
post #127 of 250
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Originally Posted by esCob4r View Post

+red'd Awesome read! I have been fighting with myself over the best way to cool my new i5-2550K. I currently have a Hyper 212+ and do not have the funds to do any upgrades unless I make some sales. I intend to go water cooling but I have been trying to push my i5-2550K as much as I can on air. So far I have been able to actually reach 5.0Ghz on hyper 212+ but temps were to high. I wouldn't even call it stable for I shut down ibt before it even go half way through. I didn't even attempt prime95. Temps were way to high. I currently use a Cooler Master Haf 912. So this read was very helpful. When I get some time to myself I will have to test this all out myself. I already know the best route for me with the hyper 212+ is horizontal blowing air out the rear of the case for when I tried it vertically, blowing air out the top of the case my temps were higher due to the air going through the hyper 212+ were already heated from the back of my gpu.

I have mine blowing away from the gpu, and another fan perpendicular to that one. Works well, but I think i've reached the thermal limits of the cooler. redface.gif
 
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post #128 of 250
I'm wondering why there were higher temps with a rear fan vs not using one. Perhaps it was due to the different air flow of the different fans (your case fan vs the Blademasters). Maybe if you used 2 Blademasters in Push/Pull and another Blademaster it wouldn't behave the same way. Just speculating here.
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I will do another test with the blademasters in the rear slot, but even with blademasters it will be extra noise, and with the pull fan so close to the rear slot, not having one would be most beneficial since the pull fan will push air out and whatever air is left in the case it can escape on its own, therefore having a balanced airflow inside the case
   
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Just let me know if you need updated charts and graphs.
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