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Great system man, looks good thumb.gif

Yes the CM fan is a little bit more quiet than my bitfenix fan but it performs little less, i own CM Sickleflow fans too and i am very happy with them because they are very quiet and deliver lots of airflow and static pressure so you can mount them on a rad if you like.

I personally prefer the sp120's high performance fans though they are alot more expensive than the sickle flows
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these corsairs are rock solid!

ive had many fans, usually the ones with cases etc. xigmatek and zalman die and break easy.

and ya know when you hit them with your hand, well these will break your hand before you break them lol

and the rings are cool, plus easier for painting etc
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now you both mentioned i heard some pretty good things about the sp120 fans indeed and the Corsair fans are way better build because they do not cost twice the amount of the CM fans for nothing i think.

The standard fans i am running now in push/pull are performing great but they are utterly loud when i ramp them up, they really sound like jet engines biggrin.gif But i lowered my OC to 4.6 so i can run them at half the speed now.

And i do know how it feels wen you hit a fan when its at its max speed, i hit it twice (due to my stupidity) when i wanted to mount my exhaust fan and i can tell you it does not tickle LOL
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I personally prefer the sp120's high performance fans though they are alot more expensive than the sickle flows

been eyeing a set of these for a few weeks now.. they seem to be some of the strongest fans by spec i've seen.
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been eyeing a set of these for a few weeks now.. they seem to be some of the strongest fans by spec i've seen.

theres a reason theyre everywhere and why a lot of people have them!
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theres a reason theyre everywhere and why a lot of people have them!

Agreed,
I have 3 stock Corsair 120's that came with the case, 2 SP 120 performance PWM's for the H100i, 2 SP 120 quiets for the front of the HDD cages and 1 AF 140 quiet for the bottom intake. I like them all but they were spendy and worth it.
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I am curious really, why would you change the stock fans of the h100i for sp120 performance fans?

I mean are they that more quiet and perform that well? On the corsair page i saw that they have 35DBA and the standard 2700rpm turbines are rated for 37DBA the sp120's are 3.1mm-H20 and the standard fans are 4mm-H20, so you do trade some performance for an more silent solution.

But these are factory specs and in the real world it works different so that's why i ask.
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Well it depends on what overclocks u want.

i have the H100i now for some time and i am little disappointed in it because i had some issues with it like the fans and the pump.

I do not bash on Corsair but it does not perform that much better than high end aircooling i noticed, i had the CM hyper 212EVO and to be honest it performed very good so even an more high end air cooler will perform better.

If you want max overclocks there is no substitute for custom water loop.

Hey also i saw u have 3 200mm megaflows in your system, are you satisfied with the performance u get from them?

I had one in the front of my case but i returned them because they did not perform any better than standard corsair fans witsh were standard mounted in my Obsidian 650D so i got the BitFenix Spectre Pro blue Led, 200mm and it performs way better than the CM fan.

I'm currently helping my brother troubleshoot his H100i, he's just built a Haswell rig and the pump is only running at 800rpm and making a racket

Seems whenever the fans are plugged into the pump, the pump loses power, tried updating the firmware but still the same issue

Plugging the fans directly into the motherboard CH_FAN header gives the pump its 2000-2200 rpm again, but the fans are out of control @ 100%

EDIT - Now no matter what it won't spin up past 800rpm

Been doing some reading up and next thing to try which apparently worked for someone else, is to remove the USB > Board cable, and use a MiniUSB > USB cable to a USB2.0 port on the back of the board in its place

EDIT - USB cable didn't work

Looks like there are a load of these H100i's with pump / fan problems
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I'm currently helping my brother troubleshoot his H100i, he's just built a Haswell rig and the pump is only running at 800rpm and making a racket

Seems whenever the fans are plugged into the pump, the pump loses power, tried updating the firmware but still the same issue

Plugging the fans directly into the motherboard CH_FAN header gives the pump its 2000-2200 rpm again, but the fans are out of control @ 100%

Been doing some reading up and next thing to try which apparently worked for someone else, is to remove the USB > Board cable, and use a MiniUSB > USB cable to a USB2.0 port on the back of the board in its place

Looks like there are a load of these H100i's with pump / fan problems


Yep there certainly are,

updating firmware is useless and i contacted corsair of this problem and all they said was, we are working on a firmware update and it will not take long, well i am waiting for 3 months now and still no solution.

I had the same with the fans, no matter how i mount or connected the fans they made a terrible grinding noise even at low speed.
So i contacted Corsair and they said i need to give my adress and phone number etc. and i will get new fans and indeed within 1 week i had 2 new fans that worked properly.

But the problem is still there that you can't mount fans on the pump itself due to its lack of power draw, and to be honest the pump isn't that great eighter because on here i saw a video of some one who took apart the cooler and showed us how the pump performance was, well i can only say that i can pee harder than that pump does LOL

Okay enough of bashing of on corsair products but you get my point thumb.gif

the service is outstanding tho and within 1 week you will get replacement fans or what ever you have problems with, so for that i would give them a 8 out of 10.

And if you do have Fan problems they have special RMA for that so the only thing you need to do is give them a call and explain and they will send you replacement Fans immediately thumb.gif
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GD-65 is crap, GD-80 is debatable, and I only make that distinction because of one member in the club who does well with it. You certainly have to treat the MSI boards differently, that's for sure.

ASRock... We don't have enough ASRock owners here to really tell.

Same for Biostar.

Giga and ASUS are both good if you avoid the low end. For Giga, that means only get boards that end in UD3, 5, or 7. For ASUS, that means pretty much Sabertooth or Crosshair. ASUS's other 990FX boards have proven to have problems after 4.8 or so for "unknown" reasons.

Thank you, will have a look at the Gigabyte boards.
On a side note, my antec 920 seems to be doing a great job of cooling the chip. Would it be fine to run the chip at 4.5Ghz under the 920?

Antec 920 = Corsair H80 = "expected" OC of 4.7-4.8Ghz.
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Great system man, looks good thumb.gif

Yes the CM fan is a little bit more quiet than my bitfenix fan but it performs little less, i own CM Sickleflow fans too and i am very happy with them because they are very quiet and deliver lots of airflow and static pressure so you can mount them on a rad if you like.

I personally prefer the sp120's high performance fans though they are alot more expensive than the sickle flows

For a good reason, Sickleflows have almost no Static Pressure.

But... I refer these: http://www.corsair.com/en/parts/cooling-parts/fan-kit-h80-h100.html

The fans that come stock with the H80/H100. biggrin.gif
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