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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by Kiesto View Post

Now should i replace the H100 stock fan's with the corsair one's? or different one's.
If you do get the H100, first try out the fans and see if you like them. If you think they are too loud or think you just need something better, buy new ones. But many people do replace the stock fans right away as they want more static pressure and better cooling in general. At least that was for the H100. But Corsair has said that the fans on the H100i are better than the ones on the H100. If you want something else than some AP-15's, COUGAR CF-V12HP, and even the Corsair AP120 will work well.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1236923/corsair-h100-h80-h60-noise-grinding-pump-fix-official-corsair-response/1520#post_18532644
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by ZeVo View Post

If you do get the H100, first try out the fans and see if you like them. If you think they are too loud or think you just need something better, buy new ones. But many people do replace the stock fans right away as they want more static pressure and better cooling in general. At least that was for the H100. But Corsair has said that the fans on the H100i are better than the ones on the H100. If you want something else than some AP-15's, COUGAR CF-V12HP, and even the Corsair AP120 will work well.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1236923/corsair-h100-h80-h60-noise-grinding-pump-fix-official-corsair-response/1520#post_18532644

Thank's for the link i'm just going to be getting the case fan's for now then i'll be deciding whether to stick with the H100i stock fan's

Thanks everyone that gave me alot more confidence about my first computer build.
post #23 of 25
Yes, I would definitely replace the stock fans on the H100 with the corsair ones. The stock fans sound like jet engines. You can probably find a YouTube video of the noise level somewhere, but remember sound depends on the individual. Make sure the fans you replace are labeled SP = static pressure, made for radiators.

The different fan setups for the H100 and all radiators are as follows:

Pull configuration: fan mounts above radiator, fan attaches to case. Because it pulls the air through the rad and out of the case.

Push configuration: fan mounts under radiator, radiator attaches to case. Because it pushes the air through the rad and out of the case.

Pull/Push configuration: fans mount both under and above the radiator, top fans attach to case. Usually done for best cooling performance and cooling is king when overclocking.


Have fun, Brian:)
post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by brian1115 View Post

Yes, I would definitely replace the stock fans on the H100 with the corsair ones. The stock fans sound like jet engines. You can probably find a YouTube video of the noise level somewhere, but remember sound depends on the individual. Make sure the fans you replace are labeled SP = static pressure, made for radiators.
The different fan setups for the H100 and all radiators are as follows:
Pull configuration: fan mounts above radiator, fan attaches to case. Because it pulls the air through the rad and out of the case.
Push configuration: fan mounts under radiator, radiator attaches to case. Because it pushes the air through the rad and out of the case.
Pull/Push configuration: fans mount both under and above the radiator, top fans attach to case. Usually done for best cooling performance and cooling is king when overclocking.
Have fun, Brian:)

Yea but i'm getting the H100i they have different fan's. now if i don't like the H100i stock fan's then i'm most likely to get the corsair one's.
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