Originally Posted by Electrocutor
You can give it a try, but I'd bet you'd get better results using smaller fans in push/pull instead of a larger one like that in push or pull only.
If you end up unhappy with those fans, and wanted fans that gave you tons of range, look at the high rpm Gentle Typhoons. You would want to rewire them for PWM (the board is designed for it, they just only come with 3 wires) so you can run them between 0% and 100% instead of the 60% to 100% available from undervolting.
Good suggestion, as I just bought 6 of those.
I'm not sure if I'll be using the Triebwerk fans yet, or where they'll go if I do, since I'm still working out how to set up this loop. My original plan (which changes by the second) was to use the 3 Triebs on the EX360 above the motherboard (pulling air in from the top), and use 3 Typhoons each on the Monstas (intake pull on the top rad, exhaust push on the bottom one). I figured with that much rad, I didn't need to worry about push/pull, and there won't be much real estate behind the motherboard, since the HDDs will be mounted there, with the power supply in the middle spot.
EDIT: also, all 3 fan sets would be run off a fan controller, one set per channel. I have a few controllers lying around (GVANS 30w x 6, NZXT Sentry Mix 50W x 6, Sunbeam 30w x 3).