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Hey KruperTrooper. Ive read through your posts and the replies... some sound advice there.

The only other thing I would ask is your rad push/pull in exhaust or intake?

I note that you are using 2 x GTX 260 cards, if you have your rad set to exhaust, you maybe pulling hot air through your already struggling rad.

if you could also post a pic of your PCs internals, that is also a good tool for us to work with.
It's intake.

Check my sig for pics of my build log. The last page has completed pics.
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Don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but the H70 is now on sale at Newegg.
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Don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but the H70 is now on sale at Newegg.
Thanks but yeah, we have a thread going here. Lots of haters. lol
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Geez how is it that one cooler draws the haters like crap does flies?

One fool even says his "custom loop" cost less than a new H70. What's he using water weenie tubing and pen caps for his flow? Must be worse than Swiftech gear.

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Geez how is it that one cooler draws the haters like crap does flies?

One fool even says his "custom loop" cost less than a new H70. What's he using water weenie tubing and pen caps for his flow? Must be worse than Swiftech gear.

~Ceadder
I read it as a long list of jokes. Only a few valid posts in the whole thread. The H50 was made for a reason and fills a big void in CPU cooling. If I had it to do again I would go H50 still. Nothing beats the little bit of space the H50 takes up for the amount of cooling it offers.

My next purchase is going to be a new case. I am still pondering the exact case I want have it narrowed down to a few choices. HAF X, Corsair 800D, Mountain Mods Pinnacle 18 with triple quad side panel(12 120mm fan holes) and three 120mm top fan holes is probably my top pick atm. All fairly close in prices but the MM Pinnacle 18 will cost quite a bit more in the end because of all the fans that would have to go with it and I don't think it even comes with power/reset switches or power/hdd leds. My current case is 18" front to back also so hopefully I shouldn't have a problem affixing my H50 to front as intake in any of the listed cases.

I been looking for a place I can buy some good fans for cheap prices in bulk but sadly most places charge a per fan shipping cost making it very expensive.
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1) if you wish to go with corsairs recommendation switch all your back exhaust into intakes and your front fans into exhaust, so basically just switch your front and rear fans around

2) i have to dissimilar fans on my h50, stock and a coolermaster r4. i dont really see how 2 different fans can make the temps worse since the extra fan is moving more air than just one alone, but if they are non-lighted fans than go for the more powerful fan as the pusher and the weaker as the puller.

for me i have a green r4 so the slightly stronger (i think) fan is the puller but if i switched them i think i would only see a degree or 2 difference so i just go with a SLIGHTLY hotter setup with a green led fan
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You want a good performing fan for a cheap price? why dinna you sayz zo?

Whadda uz wanz? 120, 140? I godz de hookupz for juiz.

*Click Pic*

*for website*

Keep in mind now this is just the red one. But if noise is not an issue the High Speed Silents are the best bang for the buck.

If I were to go with a lot of fans this is the kind I would go with.

All you do to get the $4 price is select no sleeving in the scroll box. You can get at least 4 of them for what the average brand name fan sells for before shipping. One of our HAF members (Bugz) got a arseload of them for his 932. And had them shipped to Canada. They inadvertently put two Red ones in and made it good on his next order with 2 freebie fans for the hassle.

I had no issues with them at all. Though I have to say their shipping can be a bit slow at times.

But you can get these fans in straight black or you can get them in Red, Blue or Green LED colors. And it doesn't matter which model. Slow/Medium or High Speed. All are $4. 140mm fans are $9 w/o sleeving. I love my Yate Loons.

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I read it as a long list of jokes. Only a few valid posts in the whole thread. The H50 was made for a reason and fills a big void in CPU cooling. If I had it to do again I would go H50 still. Nothing beats the little bit of space the H50 takes up for the amount of cooling it offers.

My next purchase is going to be a new case. I am still pondering the exact case I want have it narrowed down to a few choices. HAF X, Corsair 800D, Mountain Mods Pinnacle 18 with triple quad side panel(12 120mm fan holes) and three 120mm top fan holes is probably my top pick atm. All fairly close in prices but the MM Pinnacle 18 will cost quite a bit more in the end because of all the fans that would have to go with it and I don't think it even comes with power/reset switches or power/hdd leds. My current case is 18" front to back also so hopefully I shouldn't have a problem affixing my H50 to front as intake in any of the listed cases.

I been looking for a place I can buy some good fans for cheap prices in bulk but sadly most places charge a per fan shipping cost making it very expensive.

Edited by Ceadderman - 8/12/10 at 11:38pm
 
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Originally Posted by KruperTrooper View Post
It's intake.

Check my sig for pics of my build log. The last page has completed pics.
I note you rad intake is sitting directly above your GPU exhausts.
It may simply be a case of recycling the hot air from them but not as I first suggested in my previous post
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You want a good performing fan for a cheap price? why dinna you sayz zo?

Whadda uz wanz? 120, 140? I godz de hookupz for juiz.

*Click Pic*

*for website*

Keep in mind now this is just the red one. But if noise is not an issue the High Speed Silents are the best bang for the buck.

If I were to go with a lot of fans this is the kind I would go with.

All you do to get the $4 price is select no sleeving in the scroll box. You can get at least 4 of them for what the average brand name fan sells for before shipping. One of our HAF members (Bugz) got a arseload of them for his 932. And had them shipped to Canada. They inadvertently put two Red ones in and made it good on his next order with 2 freebie fans for the hassle.

I had no issues with them at all. Though I have to say their shipping can be a bit slow at times.

But you can get these fans in straight black or you can get them in Red, Blue or Green LED colors. And it doesn't matter which model. Slow/Medium or High Speed. All are $4. 140mm fans are $9 w/o sleeving. I love my Yate Loons.

~Ceadder
I need 120mm but straight black, I need 20 total 120mm fans 17 of them plain I am thinking and 3 probably blue. Then I need to go to DEMCiflex and get 3 custom filters. One made to cover the front three 120mm fan intakes and a big one for the side to cover the whole side almost; twelve 120mm fans and another one for the top to cover the other three 120mm fans that will be at exhaust but just don't want to get the dust/dirt fall in when the computer is off.

$94.15 with shipping for 20 fans MM Pinnacle 18 would cost that much more for just fans
Edited by Carfanatic - 8/12/10 at 11:59pm
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Performance has DMCIflex as well. I got my kit for $40 not including shipping. And paid $8 for 2 GPU filters also. I love these things. I didn't realize how much dust is in this house before I to them.

That's not a bad price for fans considering how much 20 UKs' would be. lol

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I need 120mm but straight black, I need 20 total 120mm fans 17 of them plain I am thinking and 3 probably blue. Then I need to go to DEMCiflex and get 3 custom filters. One made to cover the front three 120mm fan intakes and a big one for the side to cover the whole side almost; twelve 120mm fans and another one for the top to cover the other three 120mm fans that will be at exhaust but just don't want to get the dust/dirt fall in when the computer is off.

$94.15 with shipping for 20 fans MM Pinnacle 18 would cost that much more for just fans
 
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