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I just got my p8z77-i and my 3570k but I'm still going around the internet in search for answers.
I plan on buying the sg05 case but as for coolers, I'm debating between the H60 or the H80i. They're roughly the same in price because I would need to buy an extra fan (preferably the twin SP120 pack) but my question is, in a case so compact, which would be a better option?
Also, concerning the H80i, I run the push/pull set up will the second fan press against the 20pin power connector and bend the ram? I saw a picture of this causing me to worry.
All replies are appreciated smile.gif

Yeah, I'd avoid dual 120x25mm fans on the H80i. This is quite disconcerting:

I'd either go dual 120x25mm for an H60 rad size or dual 120 slim/single 120x25mm for H80i rad size.

 

Haha, and I get your joke now - or maybe? (sugoi)

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Yeah, I'd avoid dual 120x25mm fans on the H80i. This is quite disconcerting:


I'd either go dual 120x25mm for an H60 rad size or dual 120 slim/single 120x25mm for H80i rad size.

Haha, and I get your joke now - or maybe? (sugoi)

Yeah thats the pic!

I heard having slims on H80i is not that great so that's out. But if you were going to do a build similar to this one, would either:
1. H60 Push/Pull Or
2. H80i with one huge fan

Yessir! That's the joke thumb.gif
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The filter is on the outside, won't mean anything for internal space

well damn haha
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post #14 of 24
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Yeah thats the pic!

I heard having slims on H80i is not that great so that's out. But if you were going to do a build similar to this one, would either:
1. H60 Push/Pull Or
2. H80i with one huge fan

Yessir! That's the joke thumb.gif

I will do h60 push/pull or maybe you can take a look at the new h75 with a new pump which have been tested to have better temps! Cheers
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I can personally vouch for the H75,I have it in my system on P/P configuration with my i5-4670(non-K),and the maximum temps I've seen on heavy duty load(turbo boost on @3.8 GHz,gaming on 1080p @60Hz)are around 52-55c.I have 2 Corsair SP 120mm fans on a nzxt fan controller though,so I can control their rpm,reviews suggest that having the fans PWM can be noisy..
EDIT:
though,in a SFF case it might run a little higher I guess..
Edited by mAs81 - 3/17/14 at 6:41am
   
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I will do h60 push/pull or maybe you can take a look at the new h75 with a new pump which have been tested to have better temps! Cheers

whoa whoa whoa, didn't know they had an H75! This changes everything!! biggrin.gif I guess it's research time!!!
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I can personally vouch for the H75,I have it in my system on P/P configuration with my i5-4670(non-K),and the maximum temps I've seen on heavy duty load(turbo boost on @3.8 GHz,gaming on 1080p @60Hz)are around 52-55c.I have 2 Corsair SP 120mm fans on a nzxt fan controller though,so I can control their rpm,reviews suggest that having the fans PWM can be noisy..
EDIT:
though,in a SFF case it might run a little higher I guess..

Thank you, too! thumb.gif Time to research a bit and hopefully start my build soon!!
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whoa whoa whoa, didn't know they had an H75! This changes everything!! biggrin.gif I guess it's research time!!!
Thank you, too! thumb.gif Time to research a bit and hopefully start my build soon!!

That is what we are here for! Haha. Cant wait to see your build.
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That is what we are here for! Haha. Cant wait to see your build.

I got an update
I'm thinking about putting a GTX 780ti instead because I'm limited to 1 PCI-E so, might as well dish out another $200 for it. But as for power consumption, will the 450w gold be enough for the GTX 780ti with a mild OC on the 3570k?
Edited by Dilzdo - 3/21/14 at 8:07pm
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I got an update
I'm thinking about putting a GTX 780ti instead because I'm limited to 1 PCI-E so, might as well dish out another $200 for it. But as for power consumption, will the 450w gold be enough for the GTX 780ti with a mild OC on the 3570k?

You won't have any problem with that. The 450w will be more than enough! Do take note that you will have to dremel the front to fit a gtx780ti in there.
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You won't have any problem with that. The 450w will be more than enough! Do take note that you will have to dremel the front to fit a gtx780ti in there.

I'm fine with dremel-ing smile.gif but another question. I don't plan on OC the GPU but how far do you think I can push the OC on the 3570k? I know each processor is different but on average, what kind of OC can I get with lets say, 1.25V?
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