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Painting them green isnt going to do this:
Yate Loon medium or high speed LED fans better than even stock H70 and your choice of colors.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10..._D12SM-12.html
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What about these, are they better then the ones you linked to?

I would want the high speed version of the yate fans because I have them on a controller


I wonder what effects putting the radiator in a bucket of dry ice would have on performance, or just a bucket of ice?

EDIT:

I put the two corsair fans pulling and one of my green LED's pushing. It is moving a lot of air now compared to just two fans before. Even with the increased air flow I didnt see any difference in temps idle or load. But cranking the AC in my room made my idle temps drop 4C!

I didnt notice any difference between AS5 and MX2, I have the noctua stuff coming this week, I'l have to see if that is any different
Edited by Infinitegrim - 9/12/10 at 8:53pm
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I wonder what effects putting the radiator in a bucket of dry ice would have on performance, or just a bucket of ice?
nice vid here of just regular ice
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EDIT:

I put the two corsair fans pulling and one of my green LED's pushing. It is moving a lot of air now compared to just two fans before. Even with the increased air flow I didnt see any difference in temps idle or load. But cranking the AC in my room made my idle temps drop 4C!
That's because unless the fans are counter-sunk you're not increasing the CFM any by stacking them like that. You might get a little better pressure but that is all.
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What about these, are they better then the ones you linked to?

I would want the high speed version of the yate fans because I have them on a controller

I didnt notice any difference between AS5 and MX2, I have the noctua stuff coming this week, I'l have to see if that is any different
No the ones I linked are better and cheaper R4's I would never go with always had trouble with them their QC is awful and even if you get a good one they don't last long before they start making odd noises or go bad. Here is a link to high speed green LED ones too better than the medium for cooling

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10..._D12SM-12.html

If you use the pull down and choose no change to the wires ie stock then you can get them for $3.95 each.

The two TIMs you tried did you let the AS5 cure properly(200 hours) I don't know what the cure time of MX2 is so can't say on that one. I didn't really notice a big drop when I got mine properly seated until mine had cured.
Edited by Carfanatic - 9/12/10 at 9:18pm
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post #13495 of 28303
I guess I will go for the Yate Loon's

Quick question, may sound dumb but, are THESE the exact same ones you linked to?

I ask because they are $7 here and that is with wrap and skrinked, which at the place you linked would ve $12 total per fan
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I guess I will go for the Yate Loon's

Quick question, may sound dumb but, are THESE the exact same ones you linked to?

I ask because they are $7 here and that is with wrap and skrinked, which at the place you linked would ve $12 total per fan
Actually it is the same exact site and it depends on the sleeve configuration what the cost is stock with change is $3.95 any changes you make from there just increase the cost. They seem to have lots of different versions with their sleeves with the same fan so cost can vary a lot.
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Slimbrady is that the h70 in the faaar right top 120mm fan slot in the haf 932 case? Can u keep the top 200mm fan installed and keep the h70 there?

If so, that friiiggiin rockswords!
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First post here, but go ahead and add me to the club.

New build for me, see description below. Just wanted to get a few clarifications as far as temperatures and voltages are concerned. Main items are i7-930 D0 @ 3.73Ghz, x58 FTW3, H70 push/pull as rear intake, 6GB Corsair @ 1700mhz. Running LinX pack ( ~10min shown in screenshot) and Prime95 (~3 hour test), I have seen maximum temperatures of 76/72/73/70. Ambient @ 26 deg. I believe I heard temperatures of 85 for the cores were acceptable for 24/7 use and processor longevity, is this correct? The VREG has gotten into the high 60s during testing, is this safe and what is the maximum 24/7 temperature?

Are these core temps inline with the H70 and i7-930 around this 3.73Ghz OC or do I need to reseat it? Didn't want to overtighten the bracket, worried about bent pins. I plan on going to GT AP-15s when they get back in stock to cut down on the noise and gutting one of the stock corsair fans with the H70 to use as an intake shroud. Any other configuration recommendations? Also, I'll need to post an updated picture as the cable management has vastly improved.

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Someone talk some sense into me. I took my H50 rad out of the case to experiment with temps and positions. when I went to put it back in, I found myself confused how to mount it on the back as exhaust. I have 4 screws, and I can't mount the fan to the rad, and the rad to the case. I know it's do-able, I'm just out of it.
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Someone talk some sense into me. I took my H50 rad out of the case to experiment with temps and positions. when I went to put it back in, I found myself confused how to mount it on the back as exhaust. I have 4 screws, and I can't mount the fan to the rad, and the rad to the case. I know it's do-able, I'm just out of it.
I have two screws connecting the fan to the radiator in opposite corners, and then two screws connecting the fan to the case
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