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post #2941 of 20809
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Yes, I am keeping all my rad, I can't return it so i'll make the best out of it. For the thick 280mm rad I am getting 2 140mm Akasa S Flow to ass for p/p with the arc midi fans.

For a P/P configuration you want to match the fans on each side. In other words you'd want the Akasa fans working together, placing one in push and the other in pull. If you are going to use mismatched fan, place the fans with greater CFM in the push configuration in order to avoid added noise and potential risks.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1252076/what-problems-can-be-expected-or-not-when-using-highly-mismatched-fans-with-a-water-cooling-radiator
post #2942 of 20809
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Which fans are you getting and for which rad?
Are you keeping the Koolance in loop?
Gelid Silent 12 is PWM and works with the splitter.

Yes, I am keeping all my rad, I can't return it so i'll make the best out of it. For the thick 280mm rad I am getting 2 140mm Akasa S Flow to ass for p/p with the arc midi fans.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=32169

For the koolance rad I decided to go all out and get a koolance performamce fan to put as an intake, i'm not too concerned about the noise it'll make if the end performance is good.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=36_1130_403&products_id=30175

Thank you and palehorse for the great advice!

Make sure that Push/Pull fans are the same. The Akasa Viper is good choice.
That koolance one is freaking loud and be sure to use a grill for it. Also it is a 2A fan, and mobo headers are 1A max. you need to go directly from PSU
My choice would to remove the Koolance rad from the loop. In my experience it wasnt a good rad from the start.
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post #2943 of 20809
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Make sure that Push/Pull fans are the same. The Akasa Viper is good choice.
That koolance one is freaking loud and be sure to use a grill for it. Also it is a 2A fan, and mobo headers are 1A max. you need to go directly from PSU
My choice would to remove the Koolance rad from the loop. In my experience it wasnt a good rad from the start.

Taking what you and what Skullwipe's said into consideration, I will remove the Koolance rad and use the extra budget on more Akasa fans for a better p/p config. Back to the drawing board on how I want my tubes to look!
post #2944 of 20809
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Make sure that Push/Pull fans are the same. The Akasa Viper is good choice.
That koolance one is freaking loud and be sure to use a grill for it. Also it is a 2A fan, and mobo headers are 1A max. you need to go directly from PSU
My choice would to remove the Koolance rad from the loop. In my experience it wasnt a good rad from the start.

Taking what you and what Skullwipe's said into consideration, I will remove the Koolance rad and use the extra budget on more Akasa fans for a better p/p config. Back to the drawing board on how I want my tubes to look!
I dont think you want to run that Koolance fan at max speed from the molex. With all fans being PWM, you can just run off the splitter from Swiftech.
What I'm doing is Pump on CPU fan header and 8 fans on the splitter connected to 2nd CPU header. That way control would be better.
Just have to wait for 280 rad + gpu block. Which wont be till June/July. cryingsmiley.gif
Was never a fan of dense rads, 30fpi is too much. The H110i is about 17fpi and H220 is 12fpi. Lower fpi has more room to use different fans. Low speed to be quiet.
    
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I am in the process of trying to convince someone on another forum to get the H220 over the Kraken X60. He is convinced the X60 performs better. I came from the Corsair H110, which is almost the same unit as the X60. The H220 is the better unit, but nothing I say to this guy seems to matter.
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I am in the process of trying to convince someone on another forum to get the H220 over the Kraken X60. He is convinced the X60 performs better. I came from the Corsair H110, which is almost the same unit as the X60. The H220 is the better unit, but nothing I say to this guy seems to matter.

Surface area is only king when all other factors are equal, and they most certainly aren't equal. The H220 is all copper, the NZXT and Corsair units use aluminum fins, as for restriction and the higher GPM...I don't know enough to properly explain the advantages.
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Surface area is only king when all other factors are equal, and they most certainly aren't equal. The H220 is all copper, the NZXT and Corsair units use aluminum fins, as for restriction and the higher GPM...I don't know enough to properly explain the advantages.

I have tried to explain everything to him from better rad, pump, etc. Even telling him I have owned both, he just isn't having it. He has even watched youtube videos that prove the H220 is better, but since the X60 isn't on the list he doesn't get it. The H110 is on the list and its pretty much the same as the X60.
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I am in the process of trying to convince someone on another forum to get the H220 over the Kraken X60. He is convinced the X60 performs better. I came from the Corsair H110, which is almost the same unit as the X60. The H220 is the better unit, but nothing I say to this guy seems to matter.
H110 is exactly the as X60. Only difference lights and 20mm vs 15mm spacing mounting.
There is no difference in pump or rad.
    
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i think i have a defective unit. I have re mounded with arctic silver TIM a few times and temps are the same. I'm running 3570k at 4.5GHz 1.255V and im idling at ~38-40 with load high 60s. is this normal? it performs the same as my damn CM 212 evo i had on before this, not to mention louder also.
post #2950 of 20809
I swapped the tubing on my h220 for some promochill primoflex uv green. Fit perfectly, though I've been reading that it didn't.
I do have to say when I emptied the unit, there was a bunch of black debris. I had one of the newegg units that were drained and filled again. I'm glad I needed to make the hoses shorter as I bet it would have led to a problem down the road. Draining and filling were easy as pie. I filled it up, attached the block and had the rad in my hands and rocked it back and forth, flicking the hoses and tapping the unit. there were a ton of air bubbles in there but it only took 2-3 minutes to get it all out. I left the fill cap open while i ran it to let any other air bubbles and 15 minutes later, sealed it back up and even at full rpm, not a gurgle to be heard. I'vce been running prime 95 for the last 2 hours, looks like the max temp so far is 69c on my 3930K @ 4.45 ghz, 1.34V.

Here is a pic : I choose green because It's what I had paying around. it doesn't really go with anything but I don't care, it fits and I'll be updating it all in a few months anyways.

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