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Yes and no..
Not enough that you will see multiple degrees (+5/-5). The thicker rad will allow you to run lower speed fans for a more silent operation though.
To get the same temp on a thick rad with push or pull you would need to run a thin rad with both push+pull.

So what do you guys preffer 30mm rad with a push pull setup or a 56mm rad with a pull setup fan? Which one works better at most?

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post #12 of 17
45/55mm rad with push fans.
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45/55mm rad with push fans.

Well with this kind of size of rads its impossible for me to have a push fan just a pull fans. I have a nzxt 630 so over 30mm rad i cant do a push pull setup or push set up coz nzxt 630 only has. 55mm space
post #14 of 17
push into the case. i know your fans will fit outside the case under the top side bezel.
both of my rads are xt45. when i had both set in pull at a higher rpm, they performed worse than push at a lower rpm. it isnt supposed to be a huge difference but the thickness of the rads makes a difference.
you can use a 30mm with push/pull but i prefer a 45mm over a 30mm. if you change cases or add rads or anything else down the line, would you rather have a 30mm thick or a 45/55mm thick rad to play with?
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push into the case. i know your fans will fit outside the case under the top side bezel.
both of my rads are xt45. when i had both set in pull at a higher rpm, they performed worse than push at a lower rpm. it isnt supposed to be a huge difference but the thickness of the rads makes a difference.
you can use a 30mm with push/pull but i prefer a 45mm over a 30mm. if you change cases or add rads or anything else down the line, would you rather have a 30mm thick or a 45/55mm thick rad to play with?

Oh okay like the top fan are pulling air from outside of the case going to the rads, is that riight? Do you get a lot of dust by doing that? Well in that case ill just get 55mm rad
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fans on top pushing air through the rad into the case. no the heat it puts in the case wont matter. use only the rear fan as exhaust and the rest intake. youll be fine.
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fans on top pushing air through the rad into the case. no the heat it puts in the case wont matter. use only the rear fan as exhaust and the rest intake. youll be fine.

So i think i need to have a high rpm fan for exhaust But do you think its ok to put the heat in the case even im using a gtx 780 classy?

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