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Looking to do a push/pull setup in the front of a NZXT Vulcan. I know the H70 is much thicker RAD wise so I was wondering if I could opt for something like these fans for P/P http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-139-_-Product


Or should I just stick with the cheaper H50 which I know will fit in the front intake panel of the Vulcan and use these fans http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-063-_-Product

Thanks for the input
The tubing on the h70 is shorter. It's a tough stretch as it is with the h50, not sure if they'll fit (depending on CPU socket location) unless you use a shroud or two... I would recommend either Scythe Gentle-Typhoon AP14 or AP15 for either configuration. (I've used my h50 in the Vulcan)

The ONLY place you can mount the h50 without excessive modification is the front intake bay. This is how I had my setup before for testing, no longer using it

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But I didn't quote anybody since it was right on his heels for the most part.



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Hi guys, need some help with my setup.

The H70 doesn't fit in the rear slot fan with the evga x58 e758 motherboard which I really want to get. The options are to run the h70 as an intake in the top front 5.25 drive bays. The problem there is that I'm afraid that will heat up the already notoriously hot x58 motherboard and the front 5.25 drive bay setup might be a pain to setup there, the h70 push/pull setup is friggin thick!

The next option would be to get the x58 ftw3 and then I could run the h70 in the rear slot if I use one of those thin scythe fans, but I don't know if that will be efficient because that rad is so thick I heard it needs fans with good static pressure. I don't want to get the x58 ftw3 just to realize that I have to run it in the front 5.25 drive bays again because the thin scythe fan isn't good enough.. But if I'm wrong about that, let me know.

The next option is to use the h50, but I read that the h50 can only perform as well as the h70 if you run it with a push/pull + shroud setup. Which I assume would make it just as thick as the h70..

I'll be using a CM Sniper case, i7 930 and would like to overclock to 4.0ghz

The ideal setup I would like based on what I've read is:
Top 200mm fan - exhaust
Front Bottom 200mm fan - intake
Side Panel 200mm fan - exhaust (I'm more than willing to play around with this one. Maybe intake or 2 120mm instead as intake or maybe no side fans)
Rear 120mm fan - corsair h70 push/pull exhaust with 2 scythe gentletyphoons ap15s
Bottom inside 120mm fan - intake from bottom pushing air up
Top Front Inside Extra 120mm fan -intake in the front the case in the 5.25 drive bays attached with zip ties or velcro or w/e

Any help, suggestions, options would be really appreciated.
Edited by Kyushu - 8/21/10 at 11:01pm
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i have a question guys if you don`t ming answering.
at the moment i have a H50 push/pull, i see now that the H70 is out. my questiion are,
i don`t think i can fit the H70 in my pc because it to wide to have push/pull and it will come out as far as my cpu. so it hit the place where the pump is to go?
is the H70 much better than the H50?
does it cool as much with one fan?

thank you for reading
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i have a question guys if you don`t ming answering.
at the moment i have a H50 push/pull, i see now that the H70 is out. my questiion are,
i don`t think i can fit the H70 in my pc because it to wide to have push/pull and it will come out as far as my cpu. so it hit the place where the pump is to go?
is the H70 much better than the H50?
does it cool as much with one fan?

thank you for reading
i have been reading much debate on this subject...i hear that the h70 is only better than the h50 by a few degrees.... if i were you i would just buy 2 good fans that have good static pressure for your h50 push pull...if i am wrong someone plz correct me...i am thinking of buying one or the other soon for my system
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The H70 is only slightly better than the H50 in a Push/Pull system. Last temp comparison ~3c difference. It's not worth spending $110 for the H70 when you can just keep what you have now.

I guess to me it's not worth the expense anyway. Is it worth $110 for you to get ~3c better temps? There' your answer.

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hilarious! As always i'm not bashing just sharing my find

Where do i start? well really quick.

I have had 3 H50's all free due to a mistake on Fry's/Corsairs part. It all started at Frys when i had to return a faulty motherboard but the H50 backplate was stuck to the board (Double-sided tape) and i didn't have the time/chemicals to remove it before Fry's closed so i decided just to take it with me and remove it there with a so-called tech and professional chemicals. (Safe for electronics)

Well it turned out that when they credited me for the motherboard they also credited me for the H50 aswell. Even i did not catch this at 1st.
(Gotta give him a break as he was new and preceded to try and remove the STACKCOOL from the motherboard (P6T) as opposed to just remove the H50 backplate and hand it to me. Don't worry i stopped him after about ten seconds of trying to remove the stackcool with a small flat head

1st Unit eventually leaked and Corsair RMA'ed it quick and i had a new H50 within 2-3 days but they sent another H50 about a week and a half later

One leaked witch resulted in two working i7 systems (from replaced parts and getting all the damaged parts back after tested by corsair costing $61.00 in shipping) minus the motherboard as i did not get the old one back.

I sold the rma'ed BNIB H50

I'm using one. "In fear" J/k

And i share my tale and now i'm making pennys on the dollar 5 months later
Hey money is money and for those that work for what they have can relate.

I checked up on my older "SquidooLens<--- Goggle that" and found that people were goggling "H50 Leak Bodycount" I'm famous. More like maybe infamous Google analytics is where its at If your smart enough.
Ohh i've said to much. Get outta my $$ People


Here's what i mean
http://www.squidoo.com/corsair-h50-leak

Some of you that know me have more info than my own site does

But this post sums it up.

Oh what a world
Edited by Bodycount - 8/22/10 at 1:41am
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yeh i am going to stick with the H50 for now, i have 2 Gentle tyhphoons coming tomorrow to use for push/pull and i am going to put my 2 Noctua NF P12 in the front of my case to replace the stock case ones.

although Bodycount has got me worried about leaking now lol.
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yeh i am going to stick with the H50 for now, i have 2 Gentle tyhphoons coming tomorrow to use for push/pull and i am going to put my 2 Noctua NF P12 in the front of my case to replace the stock case ones.

although Bodycount has got me worried about leaking now lol.
No don't be worried it's very rare. Just be aware

And the more you move the H50 around and put pressure on the lines to the pump/block the greater the chance of a leak.

Set it up and forget it and you should be fine


When mine leaked i may have had that unit in and out of the machine 15-20 times.
But still it should NOT have leaked. This makes lapping it a no go for me because i know how easy it is to accidentally lossen the lines being how the manufacturing of the product is. Now i look at it and grab a flashlight.
Edited by Bodycount - 8/22/10 at 4:35am
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