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Nice, I geuss you're going to remove one end from the barb and join it back together with as little air as possible?
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yup, thats what i did. still a lot of air.
    
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Quick question, how do you all feel about the H50 in a P180 Mini?
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Quick question, how do you all feel about the H50 in a P180 Mini?
Its got a rear 120mm port... should be okay. Might be a tad tight if you start push/pulling or shrouding
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Its got a rear 120mm port... should be okay. Might be a tad tight if you start push/pulling or shrouding
If I start what exactly?
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If I start what exactly?
Using 2 fans or a shroud to better cool the radiator which in turn will give you better temps sir.
    
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Using 2 fans or a shroud to better cool the radiator which in turn will give you better temps sir.
Like using the case's own back fan along with the H50's?
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Like using the case's own back fan along with the H50's?
Yep and as RoleT mentioned, placing a shroud between the fan and rad.

Sorry I wasnt clear earlier - me bad
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Nah you're good. These are all things I need to know about.
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Nah you're good. These are all things I need to know about.
With those types of modifications, the pull Corsair fan / rad / push fan structure will start to creep toward your CPU cooler and will sit above your NB. Im not sure how much room you will have if you do that. With a shroud, it will come out even further.

Given a stock fan width is 25mm, your looking at at:
Rad / fan = 50mm
Push/rad/pull =75 mm
Push/rad/pull with Shroud =100mm
Edited by Sethy666 - 1/11/10 at 6:19pm
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