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Has anybody messed about with push, pull or push & pull front mounted H100is?
Edited by Chrit - 1/17/14 at 8:57pm
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3-4c yes. But it would be tight with that current gpu. If it's a smaller gpu I could see it working.
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Has anybody messed about with push, pull or push & pull front mounted H100is?


I have push/pull h100i in the front. Doesn't conflict with my 780 Ti Classy (which is roughly 300mm long)

Hope that helps
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I have push/pull h100i in the front. Doesn't conflict with my 780 Ti Classy (which is roughly 300mm long)

Hope that helps

I was referring more to temps using either push or pull.
How come you have pull instead of push?

Also, for those who have removed the drive bays, where do you keep your SSD?
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I was referring more to temps using either push or pull.
How come you have pull instead of push?

Also, for those who have removed the drive bays, where do you keep your SSD?

0-4C difference in favour of push, depending on fans used. I have push-pull not just pull: the push fans are in the front intake mount area, thus not seen.

I have my ssd mounted on the back of the mobo tray, using velcro.
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0-4C difference in favour of push, depending on fans used. I have push-pull not just pull: the push fans are in the front intake mount area, thus not seen.

I have my ssd mounted on the back of the mobo tray, using velcro.

Legend! Just the info I needed.

Does it make a big difference in temps having push & pull, instead of just push?

How'd you connect all those fan headers?
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Legend! Just the info I needed.

Does it make a big difference in temps having push & pull, instead of just push?

How'd you connect all those fan headers?

Push vs Push-Pull is 2-4C in favour of push-pull. It's more of a luxury than a necessity.

I have a Asus Gryphon mobo, which has 7 available fan headers. I use a Y-split cable to connect 2 fans to a single fan header. The result for my system is:

Fan header 1: both push fans
Fan header 2: both pull fans
Fan header 3: top fan towards the front
Fan header 4: top fan towards the back
Fan header 5: rear fan
Fan header 6: mobo's fan (specific to my mobo)
Fan header 7: h100i pump
post #2128 of 5046
Hey guys, I will be soon a future owner of the 350D!

You could say a typical build:

i5-4670K
Gryphon Z87
2x 4GB Vengeance 1600MHz
Samsung 840 EVO 120GB x2 (Taking one from laptop)
Seagate Barracuda 2TB
EVGA GTX 770
Corsair AX760

Just had a few questions though, I've been stuck on selecting a CPU cooler the build. Currently I'm sitting on a Noctua NH-U12S, I was contemplating with the H60/100 but I figured I might not do overclocking. What route should I go with the CPU cooling? Also I would probably change out all the fans corresponding to what CPU cooler is suggested. (Like if I go Noctua, I would probably change out all the fans to Noctua.)

With that said, I'm still 'bleh' on fan placement as well. The rig would be sitting on a desk in the basement but it can get slightly dusty if I forget to regularly clean the place. I was thinking 2 intakes in the front and rear exhaust and 2 top exhaust. But I've read a couple of pages saying to exhaust the top and intake the rear and fronts?

Any help with be grand guys, thanks and great builds I've seen here!
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Hey guys, I will be soon a future owner of the 350D!

You could say a typical build:

i5-4670K
Gryphon Z87
2x 4GB Vengeance 1600MHz
Samsung 840 EVO 120GB x2 (Taking one from laptop)
Seagate Barracuda 2TB
EVGA GTX 770
Corsair AX760

Just had a few questions though, I've been stuck on selecting a CPU cooler the build. Currently I'm sitting on a Noctua NH-U12S, I was contemplating with the H60/100 but I figured I might not do overclocking. What route should I go with the CPU cooling? Also I would probably change out all the fans corresponding to what CPU cooler is suggested. (Like if I go Noctua, I would probably change out all the fans to Noctua.)

With that said, I'm still 'bleh' on fan placement as well. The rig would be sitting on a desk in the basement but it can get slightly dusty if I forget to regularly clean the place. I was thinking 2 intakes in the front and rear exhaust and 2 top exhaust. But I've read a couple of pages saying to exhaust the top and intake the rear and fronts?

Any help with be grand guys, thanks and great builds I've seen here!

Since you're using the Gryphon, I'd suggest going with the Noctua cooler and fans to colour match.
You could also get a Corsair cooler and some Corsair fans in white to go with the Corsair PSU and case (and RAM).
I'd say go based on how you want it to look. Both will provide quality cooling.

Right now I have the top as an exhaust with the front and back as intakes and it works fine. I don't want anything accidentally falling through the top and shorting the board (probably a 1:10000000 chance) so I have it as an exhaust for slight peace of mind. I also don't have a GPU installed yet so I'll see how it works then.
post #2130 of 5046
i cant help too much on the fan placement but here i go.....

my build is a couple posts above but i have 2 nocuta 140mm fans on top (because they ran out of stock after). i then bought 2 corsair af 120mm and put on in the front and one on the back. i also mounted a 120mm noctua in the front.... now keep in mind it might be a better idea to match the fans but i had little choice since i try to buy local. from experience and suggestion it is better to have positive air pressure in your computer. so instead of 3 exhausts, try 4 intakes and one exhaust. with a 650 ti boost and a i5 4430 my computer never got above 40 degrees unless i was running fur mark for a couple hours, ever since i have upgraded to the 770 lightning the comfortable temp sits at about 45 for cpu and 37 for gpu (while maxing out at 68). if you want great cooling try to get a couple af fans for the top and back and sp for the lower hdd tray and af for the top...

i am using the stock cpu cooler tho so your cpu temps should be different if you are running the noctua. i would suggest the noctua nf p14s for the front and top.
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