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guys, im planning to make it as a push/pull configuration.
based on my understanding:
push: it is the fan who will blow the air to the surface of the radiator
pull: it is the fan who will pull an air and blows it NOT to the surface of the radiator
so guys,
i have a 2 stock fans of the h100 here and an aerocool shark fan 12cm here.
and obviously, the stock fan of the h100 is better.
so i want your advise which of the fan that will make as a pull and push.
like if will use the aerocool as a push, or pull?
advise please? so i can see which is better.
if a push/pull configuration would make it better, then i would buy the cosmos 2 for a better mounting and benefit for future modding.
thanks.

You have the right idea behind push pull. One fan push's in, the other fan pulls out. It is advised to use identical fans for push pull, or as close as possible to the same CFM/Static Pressure. You want to keep turbulence to a minimum. Miss matching fan's might cause a drop in cooling ability.
Most of the time you will see a small drop in temps when using push pull. Push Pull is most commonly used on quiet cooling solutions so you don't have to sacrifice low noise for low performance.
In your case with the stock H100 fans cranking out 90-ish CFM I wouldn't bother with push pull.
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can some one varify for me that when he's saying grain of rice technique he means a spot of thermal compound onto the cpu the size of a grain of rice in the middle?

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