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Just add yourself and imagine that H60's are part of this club as well which is what I'm about to do cause mine just arrived. WOOT!
Mine's arriving either today or tomorrow!
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Ill be getting mine here shortly as well...it was ordered lastnight...im excited as hell except i gotta wait for my RMAs to clear before i can actually buy a new psu and install all my parts

on topic though...i posted this post the other night but it may have been overlooked being it was the last post on page like 7762 lol...so if someone could give it a look for me

http://www.overclock.net/13346061-post17640.html
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Hello all...brand new member to Overclock.net

So im about to refresh my build with almost all new parts and one of the parts ill be getting is an H60...but i have a question that ive never really found a 100% straight answer to

I own a CM Storm Scout with all the stock fans for now along with 2 CM R4's in the side window...but in the coming weeks ill be adding an i5-2500k, Asus P8P67 and 2x4gb G.skill sniper ram along with the H60

now i plan on doing a push/pull with the H60 but im not sure what to do with the rest of the fans in the case and if i should do exhaust or intake for the radiator

as it stands right now i have a front 140mm intake,120mm rear exhaust(where i plan to mount the H60), 140mm top exhaust and 2 120mm R4's set as intake on the side panel

also just to let ya know...i also have a noctua NF-P14 FLX 140mm and 2 CM black 140mm fans just sitting in a drawer right now as im not sure where they are going to go or what im going to do with all these fans

so anyways if someone could point me in the right direction or give me some advice i would be forever appreciative of it

thanks all and sorry for the ramble
I'd say leave as you got it. Intake from front for cool air. Exhaust warm air out back and top. Side panel fans should blow in to blow on video card(s) as well on to the motherboard's VRM's and Mosfets.

Edit: It's actually how I'm going to do mine.
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I'd say leave as you got it. Intake from front for cool air. Exhaust warm air out back and top. Side panel fans should blow in to blow on video card(s) as well on to the motherboard's VRM's and Mosfets.

Edit: It's actually how I'm going to do mine.

awesome thanks for the reply...i planned on trying the H60 push/pull system as both intake and exhaust but i really wanted to ask here what most people thought of just leaving it as exhaust...i know the OP states that some people saw improvements with it being exhaust
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Honestly I think if there IS a difference, it's 1-2 degrees when you have that much airflow in your case.
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What will these be like on the H70? currently ordered a set as I'm replacing all my fans for PWM fans. I'm sick of the noise from my sharkoons on the H70, even at 1300rpm plus they ain't PWM.

Phobya Nano 2G 12 PWM Silent 1500rpm Red LED

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The consortium of manufacturers' Phobya "it has achieved through optimum alignment of the blades that increased air flow does not necessarily lead to higher noise levels. The rotor blades are curved in combination with the wedge-shaped alignment of the camp to show the context, the future starts here! The camp, which was equipped with the latest Nano Technology combines sash and frame to a minimum point, the drive through coils, ensures that this is almost noiseless, silent fans know what really appreciated. By increasing the speed, here was an air flow rate reached it's so rare!

At a speed of 1500rpm and the latest fan is audible. Therefore, this fan has been designed so that even he has to make do with less tension good. For a start voltage range from 7-12V, this fan will be quieter than a gnat, yet the system is still held by a strong air current is very cool!

The look is another point which takes in addition to functionality, a high weighting. Red, and very "New", combined with elegant black blades with a classic black frame, in a completely polished look, creating an eye-catcher in the system where each user can say to himself: This fan is a good choice! When the PWM version, the Phobyalüfter are mounted in each corner small red LED's what the design even further Accompanied taste.

To clean the fan, the entire rotor can, by slightly, from the frame and engine are removed. To clean is carried out smoothly. Just hold it under running water and rinse the dust. After a short drying period, the cooler by gently squeezing in the original state are returned to the fan and you can start work again.

Technical details:
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm
Colors: black frame, red and very "new" black blades with red LED's
Weight: 145g
Rated Voltage: 12V
Start Voltage: 7 Volts
Power consumption: 0.45 A
Rated speed: 600-1500rpm (+ / -10%)
Airflow: max. 109.33 CFM / 64.16 CFM
Volume: 10-25 dB / A
MTBF (25 ° C): 100000 hrs
Connector: PWM / 4 pin fan connector
Max Static Pressure: 1.6mm-H2O

Delivery:
1x Phobya Nano 2G 12 PWM Silent 1500rpm Red LED Double Blade (120x120x25mm)
4x fan screws
I've also went with for the case fans:

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Nexus PWM Real Silent Case Fan 2000rpm 120

Powerful yet silent, optically appealing but not too squiggly. These are the qualities that speak for fans from Nexus! Since the year 2000 this Netherlands-based company works to furthermore improve the cooling of PC systems whilst reducing noise emissions. Another step up was once again achieved with the Real Silent Case Fan. The manufacturer boldly speaks of the ''World's quietest fan'' - and the technical details speak for this claim!

The low starting voltage allows this fan to safely operate even at extremely low speeds, reducing Airflow and especially lowering the noise level making it almost inaudible.

The fan is shipped with adequate accessories for a true silent fan: 4 vibration absorbers for installation in the case! The power connector of the fan is designed for a 4-Pin PWM socket.

This fan is completely transparent and is equipped with 4x5mm LED holes. This allows ultimate versatility when adapting the fan to the lighting concept of the PC. Customers who wish to shine a special light on their system will find the ultimate solution in this fan.

Technical details:
Dimensions : 120x120x25mm
Colour: Transparent without LEDs (can be installed, must be ordered separately)
Nominal voltage: 12 V
Starting voltage: 6,5V
Power consumption : 1,8W
Current draw: 0.30A
Nominal speed : 500-2000 rpm (+/- 10%)
Airflow : 76CFM
Noise level: 15,5 dB/A
Weight: 123g
Connector : PWM 4-Pin connector

Extent of delivery:
1 Fan
4 Vibration absorber

...and two 140 for the roof.

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DeepCool UF Fan 140

With the UF series fans, Deepcool offers innovative technology fans with a new two-component material mix.

The main component of the fan is conventionally made from high-quality sturdy plastic to ensure the necessary rigidity.
The design of the fan frame is more unusual, being made from soft TPE material it ensures maximum vibration decoupling.

Suitable for the high-quality of this fan it is equipped with a long-lived double ball bearing.
The PWM-controlled fan covers a large speed range from 700-1200rpm.

The fan is shipped in an uniquely extensive individual packaging with multiple accessories:

4x Rubber slicks (transparent)
1x 7V adaptor cable for connection to the system PSU
1x Y-cable for connection of 2 PWM-controlled fans to one connector
1x 12V adaptor cable for (non-adjusted) connection of the can directly to the system PSU


Technical specifications:
Size: 140 mm
Colour: Grey frame, blue fan blades
Thickness: 26 mm
Voltage: 12 Volts
Speed range: 700 - 1200 rpm
Power consumption: 1.56 Watts
Airflow: 122 m³/h / 71,8 CFM
Noise emissions: 17.6 - 24.6 dBa
Bearing: 2 Ball Bearing
Connector: 4-Pin PWM

Extent of delivery:
1x DeepCool UF Fan 140 + mounting material

Edited by vf- - 5/3/11 at 5:23am
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I don't know about those. I generally recommend Yate Loon fans because you can get the relatively cheap ~$4 each before shipping at most places. And they have good Static Pressure which is what you need for a Radiator Cooling System. And they aren't especially noisy unless you're running the High Speed Silents at full blast.

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I have a scout also and a H50 and I seen a big drop in temps by moving the radiator to the front in the 5.25 drive bays and sealing around it, and then using it as part of my front intake, just to give out another option.
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How big of a drop?
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I've seen a 5c drop when overclocked to 4.0 or higher below that about 7-8c drop
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