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With how I am, I might actually do this.....
Edit: Could I ask, if you use a SP quiet edition pair and SP normal pair of fans and have the faster ones pushing and slower ones pulling, will that reduce temperature performance as appose to the other way around?
I think it will, having more air being pushed through and the slower ones not having the ability to pull might either ruin the fans bearings or just cause a choke in the air movement.
I'm no pro, but thats just my opinion.

As far as the video, don't go as extreme as he did! I believe i read something in the comments about the -C might cause condensation and what not and I think at such low temps it definitely will, everything in the case is very very warm except for that -0 cpu biggrin.gif
A less extreme method would be getting either a low FPI or high FPI THICK radiator such as the monsta by alphacool or a rx style xspc, something along those lines with some very high performance fans that provide high CFM and static pressure
  
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I think it will, having more air being pushed through and the slower ones not having the ability to pull might either ruin the fans bearings or just cause a choke in the air movement.
I'm no pro, but thats just my opinion.

As far as the video, don't go as extreme as he did! I believe i read something in the comments about the -C might cause condensation and what not and I think at such low temps it definitely will, everything in the case is very very warm except for that -0 cpu biggrin.gif
A less extreme method would be getting either a low FPI or high FPI THICK radiator such as the monsta by alphacool or a rx style xspc, something along those lines with some very high performance fans that provide high CFM and static pressure

If only the H100i was customizable, I would add a very thick Rad, but I can't.
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If only the H100i was customizable, I would add a very thick Rad, but I can't.

I never owned a swiftech h220, but there's a lot of talk about them being customizable, aside from the low noise it produces and excellent cooling, i think you should definitely check it out.

I started with the XSPC Rx240 kit, and all that did was burn $200 in my pocket, especially after I ordered an upgrade to every part:D

From my personal opinion, I think you should consider investing in a quality pump,radiator, reservoir, and water block. You will always be able to upgrade/customize and you will have something that provides more performance than a AIO. Yes it's a bit more expensive, but the way I see it is money spent vs investment towards long term solution against money spent vs one time solution.
  
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I never owned a swiftech h220, but there's a lot of talk about them being customizable, aside from the low noise it produces and excellent cooling, i think you should definitely check it out.

I started with the XSPC Rx240 kit, and all that did was burn $200 in my pocket, especially after I ordered an upgrade to every part:D

From my personal opinion, I think you should consider investing in a quality pump,radiator, reservoir, and water block. You will always be able to upgrade/customize and you will have something that provides more performance than a AIO. Yes it's a bit more expensive, but the way I see it is money spent vs investment towards long term solution against money spent vs one time solution.

I've checked the H220 but the H100i seems to pull ahead.
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I've checked the H220 but the H100i seems to pull ahead.

Where did you check this ? biggrin.gif I haven't seen one situation where it does, not trying to bash you but I'm always a fan of information

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZgctchIQ7M was the first video i saw about h220 vs h100i , the rest were use experiences in the h220 club and other random threads on here
  
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the only way to get that temp decreas is a bong or searching flea markets
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the only way to get that temp decreas is a bong or searching flea markets
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Where did you check this ? biggrin.gif I haven't seen one situation where it does, not trying to bash you but I'm always a fan of information

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZgctchIQ7M was the first video i saw about h220 vs h100i , the rest were use experiences in the h220 club and other random threads on here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miBQTLNqbmw

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the only way to get that temp decreas is a bong or searching flea markets

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the only way to get that temp decreas is a bong or searching flea markets

What?
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search "bong lovers club" in OCN or the volenti link in my sig. cheap, sub-ambient cooling
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save yourself the trouble of upgrading and just replace the tim with liquid ultra pro.
from AS5 i dropped 10c

with ambient at 25c in here right now, i7-3770k OC @ 4.5ghz maxes out at 64c with just 2 (stock h100) fans pushing air at 100% load.
fans are on lowest setting of my h100 (non i version)

if you are getting temps much higher than mine, then you're doing something very wrong unless you have a serious overclock going on. provided you use liquid ultra pro
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