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Just installed a push/pull exhaust config.

I'll have to see how my OC goes before I decide whether or not I change it up.
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Originally Posted by xquisit View Post
I currently have CM R4 (RED LED) fans, and want to know if I should use Ultra Kaze 3000 instead for my push/pull? Maybe I can use a mod'd R4 as a fan shroud.
I have one CM R4 for the pull, and Im using the the Domino A.L.C.'s OEM fan for the push. Its a 150 CFM OEM Scythe if I remember right. I also have a fan controller so I can turn down the A.L.C.'s OEM fan. So you can still use one CM R4 if you still want that look.
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Check out how to make a shroud here, thanks to Sethy666. I added the link to The Corsair H50 Accessory Permalink, under Shrouds.
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Originally Posted by Pings View Post
I have one CM R4 for the pull, and Im using the the Domino A.L.C.'s OEM fan for the push. Its a 150 CFM OEM Scythe if I remember right. I also have a fan controller so I can turn down the A.L.C.'s OEM fan. So you can still use one CM R4 if you still want that look.
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What would you suggest for the best results?

My system is no longer stable, and I need to start thinking about cooling options for my case.

Plans: Change stock 140mm (top) exhaust to an aftermarket exhaust.

2x UK 3000 Push/Pull, but this time I will run exhaust.

Use R4 as a fan shroud (I will try to reroute the LEDs)

Change both of my Front 120mm intakes to UK 3000s

Keep my side-panel R4, unless I could see a better increase.. I might as well make it a UK 3000 as well.
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What would you suggest for the best results?
You did the shroud. What about adding a fan intake in you 5.25" drive bays? The 2 biggest temperature improvements were the shroud, and adding a fan intake to my 5.25" drive bays. Check The Corsair H50 Accessory Permalink in a few hours because I will be adding more 5.25" drive bay intake accessories.
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Ok, I dont really know what all the fuss is about really.
Hell, Killhouse, I go away for the week-end and everything goes to hell in a hand-basket...

Looks like I should have stayed and checked your 6
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You did the shroud. What about adding a fan intake in you 5.25" drive bays? The 2 biggest temperature improvements were the shroud, and adding a fan intake to my 5.25" drive bays. Check The Corsair H50 Accessory Permalink in a few hours because I will be adding more 5.25" drive bay intake accessories.
No, I will be purchasing better fans. My stock CM fans are crap for intakes. Yes, I have one located in my drivebay, and below it.
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No, I will be purchasing better fans. My stock CM fans are crap for intakes. Yes, I have one located in my drivebay, and below it.
When I was using my scout. I took the top exhaust fan and mounted it in the drive bay as an intake. So I had 2 140 intakes plus the side panel fan. This improved system cooling greatly. And helped with my h50 since I refused to have my rad exhaust inside my case.
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Has anyone used a Double Shroud setup? I'm considering making another one, and bondo'ing them smooth inside. Guess I could try it...

Actually, I will I need something to do! lol
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Has anyone used a Double Shroud setup? I'm considering making another one, and bondo'ing them smooth inside. Guess I could try it...

Actually, I will I need something to do! lol
Good for you Nothing like experimentation due to boredom.

Post your results for PINGS and CONTAGION to have a look at.
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