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Not sure if this has been posted before and it is on the Corsair H50 site...

Interesting blog on Push/Pull configs for the H50...
they did not invest of pull/push before this.. take a look at

July 2009, they did not have pull/ push on H50 before the Corsair H50 site appeared on Dec 2009.

Therefore Corsair H50 blog site stolen title "Pull/Push" from this whoever was first invest!
Edited by GAMERIG - 1/13/10 at 1:53am
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heres some updated pics of my set up. i have my rad in the front of my case in a push-->rad-->shroud-->pull set up.

what do you guys think?





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Yes TRUE! I think funny that Corsair now followed this thread's strategy, no bs.. We knew Corsair did actually visit and check this. look at Corsair blog 's H50 guide which came from this.
Look at the card they are testing it with...



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It more has to do with your case and mostly your GFX card. Like I said its winter and not what works now wont be the same later in the year. You should follow the laws of heat and not what someone said at Corsair. I try to look at peoples cases and GFX cards when recommended them for intake vs exhaust. I'm gona do a write up further explaining this. But, I can tell you most every should be in exhaust except Vapor-X type of GFX cards that don't have air handlers.

Edited by Pings - 1/13/10 at 3:08am
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I know I've asked before, but one more time.

I am seeing temps get a tad high, and I'm starting to wonder what TIM to use.

I can purchase from FRYs/BestBuy/ or my favorite: NewEgg

I am replacing my R4 setup with Ultra Kaze 3000s.

I was hoping you guys can tell me what to test, so I can get back here with some results when all the parts are in.


I want to test a fan shroud in my push pull setup, but I am in a Storm Scout.

If I don't have room for everything, what should I mount on the exterior...and in what order?
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I think your Ultra Kaze 3000s should do it. I have one Coolit 150 CFM + one CM R4. I can turn down the Coolit fan and turn up the CM R4. I use that for "quiet mode". I get higher CFM across the coil of the H50 with the Coolit fan turned all the way up and the CM R4 turned all the way down. I use that for gaming and benchmarking.
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I think your Ultra Kaze 3000s should do it. I have one Coolit 150 CFM + one CM R4. I can turn down the Coolit fan and turn up the CM R4. I use that for "quiet mode". I get higher CFM across the coil of the H50 with the Coolit fan turned all the way up and the CM R4 turned all the way down. I use that for gaming and benchmarking.
What about that shroud setup, I don't think it will all fit in the interior. If I can manage to fit a fan and/or shroud on the exterior, what should the order be?

thanks
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post #1737 of 28303
I've tried both (Push⇇Shroud⇇H50⇇Pull) and (Shroud⇇Push⇇H50⇇Pull), with no difference. If I put the shroud on the other side of the H50 I gained 10°C. With dual shrouds I got air flow problems, and I also gained 10°C. Right now I have it (Push⇇Shroud⇇|Case|H50⇇Pull).
Edited by Pings - 1/13/10 at 3:41am
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I've tried both (Push⇇Shroud⇇H50⇇Pull) and (Shroud⇇Push⇇H50⇇Pull), with no difference. If I put the shroud on the other side of the H50 I gained 10°C. With dual shrouds I got air flow problems, and I also gained 10°C. Right now I have it (Push⇇Shroud⇇|Case|H50⇇Pull).
Thanks a bunch, I will most definitely try that.
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I've tried both (Push⇇Shroud⇇H50⇇Pull) and (Shroud⇇Push⇇H50⇇Pull), with no difference. If I put the shroud on the other side of the H50 I gained 10°C. With dual shrouds I got air flow problems, and I also gained 10°C. Right now I have it (Push⇇Shroud⇇|Case|H50⇇Pull).
I'm surprised by this. Putting a shroud before your push fan (the bolded bit in the quote) should make no difference whatsoever to temperatures, which also suggests that when you have a shroud between your push fan and the radiator (your first suggestion) you should have improved nothing over normal push/pull, since you report no difference between the two. This is confusing.

I would imagine that your current setup is the best:
Push -> Shroud -> H50 -> Pull
but it should be a noticable improvement over:
Shroud -> Push -> H50 -> Pull
which should net you no gain over normal push/pull.

ps. Your arrows also go the wrong way - I see what you mean but your air is travelling in the opposite direction which is confusing
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Well mine will be here with two noctua P12's in a couple hours

Add me to the list. Also stop being lazy and alphabetize that list!
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