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post #21 of 41
Does the H100i come with enough fan mount screws to go Push/Pull
post #22 of 41
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Originally Posted by NathG79 View Post

Does the H100i come with enough fan mount screws to go Push/Pull

Nope, just 8 fan screws are included. But you can always use 2 for each fan in opposite corners. Dont new fans come with fan screws though?

Also, anyone have suggestions on fans for the push / pull configuration?
post #23 of 41
Yeah, they do come with screws, but not the long shank ones that go right through the fan into the rad.
post #24 of 41
What about the T.I.M on the H100i?, anyone know what they use?, it was shin-etsu on the H100 wasn`t it?,
post #25 of 41
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Originally Posted by Spiffster View Post

Nope, just 8 fan screws are included. But you can always use 2 for each fan in opposite corners. Dont new fans come with fan screws though?
Also, anyone have suggestions on fans for the push / pull configuration?
As they are being used against the radiator, you will want fans with HIGH STATIC PRESSURE. Something like Corsair's SP120 will be fine, they will work better than air flow fans as they are pushing air through a tight space over the fins which benefits from increased SP.
post #26 of 41
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As they are being used against the radiator, you will want fans with HIGH STATIC PRESSURE. Something like Corsair's SP120 will be fine, they will work better than air flow fans as they are pushing air through a tight space over the fins which benefits from increased SP.

What 120mm fans with HSP (high static pressure) should I be looking for?
post #27 of 41
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What 120mm fans with HSP (high static pressure) should I be looking for?
Like i said, Corsair SP120s will be fine. thumb.gif
post #28 of 41
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Originally Posted by Davayy View Post

Like i said, Corsair SP120s will be fine. thumb.gif

Cool, looks like it comes with SP series fans, just no colored rings. Man those are expensive by themselves... at least you would only need to buy two.
post #29 of 41
I think the SP style fans it comes with are slightly different then the actually SP120 quiet and high performance models ?
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post #30 of 41
Hi all

Is someone here using the H100 or H100i on a 3570k and give me some temps.

I am running mine on a Hyper 212 Evo @4.2 with cm excalibur push/pull and thinking of upgrading but not sure if it worth it.
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