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nice.. sethy

it looks like some sort of microfiber
Does it restrict airflow by much?
Sort of a nylon micro fibre. Just peel off (magnetic) and wash them under warm water. No noticable airflow issues.

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Wow those are nice, and expensive, but really really nice. I bet those let you keep the full color of LED fans if you used them.

BTW: what is the point of Honeycomb grills? I mean other then to protect your fingers. . .
Yep - you can see the fan LED colour through them.

Grills, I cant think of any other purpose but to protect your fingers. I figure if you go sticking bits if your anatomy where they arent supposed to go... you need a lesson in pain
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I can attest that the DCMiflex filters do not restrict flow much if at all. I have the 932 kit minus the additional top filter and I love these things. Soon as I can I'm going to buy another set so I can hot swap them instead of shutting down my system to rinse them off.

Oh I also got their GPU filters(x2) as well.

I pretty much figure I don't have to filter my Exhaust P/P setup cause I'm pretty well filtered from dust and debris as it is. The only time I'm not is when I run without my side doors. They may have cost me $44 before shipping is applied but they're well worth the hassle and I didn't have to use ladies hosiery to filter my system. Oh and to clear it up, they're medical grade screening. lol

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ok boys, im about to jump into this bandwagon

antec 300- is it safe to mount on the rear exhaust sucking air out of the case, will this
really affect performance?

cpu's is going to be a i3 530. is this overkill?
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ok boys, im about to jump into this bandwagon

antec 300- is it safe to mount on the rear exhaust sucking air out of the case, will this
really affect performance?

cpu's is going to be a i3 530. is this overkill?
More then likely, and if you ever want to upgrade then you can take this with you. Personally everyone should have 1 good simple cooler just sitting around or in a build that you don't need so much.

Also you are safe exhausting or intaking, but in that case I would suggest Exhaust.
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ok boys, im about to jump into this bandwagon

antec 300- is it safe to mount on the rear exhaust sucking air out of the case, will this
really affect performance?

cpu's is going to be a i3 530. is this overkill?
Perfectly safe. I think that case is setup already to exhaust out the back so if that is your mounting point for the H50 it should remain as exhaust.
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I can attest that the DCMiflex filters do not restrict flow much if at all. I have the 932 kit minus the additional top filter and I love these things. Soon as I can I'm going to buy another set so I can hot swap them instead of shutting down my system to rinse them off.

Oh I also got their GPU filters(x2) as well.

I pretty much figure I don't have to filter my Exhaust P/P setup cause I'm pretty well filtered from dust and debris as it is. The only time I'm not is when I run without my side doors. They may have cost me $44 before shipping is applied but they're well worth the hassle and I didn't have to use ladies hosiery to filter my system. Oh and to clear it up, they're medical grade screening. lol

~Ceadder
I found a cheaper place than sethy's link(thanks for the link of these filters Sethy) they only offer limited size filters though http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g47/...ers-Page1.html

Where did you purchase your kit for your 932 from?
Does anyone know where to find a place that sells custom sizes? I need one for my 220mm side fan.
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Perfectly safe. I think that case is setup already to exhaust out the back so if that is your mounting point for the H50 it should remain as exhaust.
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More then likely, and if you ever want to upgrade then you can take this with you. Personally everyone should have 1 good simple cooler just sitting around or in a build that you don't need so much.

Also you are safe exhausting or intaking, but in that case I would suggest Exhaust.
ok thanks guys (esp for the quick response )

Q2 my case already has a fan there (antec 300 comes with a antec tri cool). would it be safe to install both the stock h50 fan with the tri cool as pusher pull?

Q3: would this be safe ot run on a 300w power supply with no discrete gpu. its a calrkdale, using the internal gpu. it uses almost now power. + the 4 tri cool fasn (about 5w each right?)

Q4: if i read correctly, the pipes to the RAD (inboard/out) should be on the bottom right when mounted vertically to reduce the risk of air?

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Edited by Blazing angel - 7/7/10 at 8:45pm
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^^^

Q2 Run your Tri Cool in Push @ exhaust. The weaker fan should be Pull.

Q3 Yes perfectly safe to run with a 300w PSU as it is controlled via MoBo. Unless your MoBo doesn't have enough connections. Then you run the Pump via molex lead w/ 4pin Mole w/ 3pin connector pigtail. Fans can daisy off the CPU connection w/o issue. /^^^

I got my kit from Performance-PCs.com actually.

I looked up the filters at Frozen and they didn't have the 932/922 kits which is too bad cause I identified some parts that I would have gotten from them had they had my kit as well. Nothing wrong with them at all. But I did notice their prices did not match my demand.

I don't know if they carry custom sizes though, other than the two kits that I found. The 932 kit includes the side door filter which covers a 200/230 fan quite well. So if you didn't mind the expense of buying the full kit I'm sure it would work for you, worse comes to worse.

~Ceadder

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I found a cheaper place than sethy's link(thanks for the link of these filters Sethy) they only offer limited size filters though http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g47/...ers-Page1.html

Where did you purchase your kit for your 932 from?
Does anyone know where to find a place that sells custom sizes? I need one for my 220mm side fan.

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ok thanks guys (esp for the quick response )

Q2 my case already has a fan there (antec 300 comes with a antec tri cool). would it be safe to install both the stock h50 fan with the tri cool as pusher pull?

Q3: would this be safe ot run on a 300w power supply with no discrete gpu. its a calrkdale, using the internal gpu. it uses almost now power. + the 4 tri cool fasn (about 5w each right?)

Q4: if i read correctly, the pipes to the RAD (inboard/out) should be on the bottom right when mounted vertically to reduce the risk of air?

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1. Yes Push pull setup is fairly common with good results. Espcially with the Tri--cools as they are excellent fans.

2.The power to run this is well under 20w if I remember correctly. Just make sure you have enough connectors.

3.The Rad and the waterblock can be mounted in which ever way will be most convenient for you. Some people like the water block with the logo upside down to take away the risk of air getting trapped in the pump but I doubt that will happen cause this is a completely closed off system.
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