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post #1821 of 28311
I just got one today So had me to please.

I just need the second fan that I didn't know of before now
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post #1822 of 28311
Okay, after waiting for nearly two weeks (damn you http://byit24.es-shops.de/eshop.php NEVER AGAIN) I got mine.

Tried to set it up and first failure of the day, the tubes are to long for my case. After thinking about it for a while I came up with this.



the next step will be to cut into the case to make some holes for the tubing and fan power connection.

and yes I know cable management isn't there, but since I have no airflow to begin with, why bother? And Since I'm waiting for the CM 690 II adv. to come out I'm not going to spend hours to make it look pretty
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post #1823 of 28311
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Originally Posted by cyclometric View Post
OK, I reran the Exhaust test, using the shroud between the pull fan and the rad, and I also received my second shroud in the mail today, so I ran both intake and exhaust tests with shrouds between both the push & the pull fans -- the results astounded me, but it looks like I am going to be removing both shrouds and running as intake, push pull (next 4 tests: one fan only, push intake, pull intake, push exhaust, pull exhaust).
Have you considered doubling up on the shrouds? For example testing it like so:

Fan | Shroud | Shroud | H50 | Fan

and

Fan | H50 | Shroud | Shroud | Fan

Both in exhaust and then as intake? Curious to see if you get cooler temps with a double shroud (2x25mm for air to travel)
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post #1824 of 28311
A question to those using shrouds.

Do you actually seal it? Generally there is already a fairly 'big' gap between the RAD and the fan. Most homemade shrouds will also have these gaps/holes.

I suspect sealing the sides/gaps with some insulation tape should provide better pressure.
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post #1825 of 28311
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Originally Posted by xmisery View Post
Have you considered doubling up on the shrouds? For example testing it like so:

Fan | Shroud | Shroud | H50 | Fan

and

Fan | H50 | Shroud | Shroud | Fan

Both in exhaust and then as intake? Curious to see if you get cooler temps with a double shroud (2x25mm for air to travel)
Someone already did an analysis of how the Shroud depth effects the Temperatur: here is the page http://martin.skinneelabs.com/Radiat...ng-Review.html

what it boils down to is this neat little graph



How to read this. X-Axis is Shroud depth and Y-Axis is the Temp delta from the air coming into the rad and the water coming out of the rad.
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post #1826 of 28311
Got my new updated guide up here: Here
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Originally Posted by xmisery View Post
Nice temps! I'd like to push mine to 4.2ghz stable, but, I'm still running stock fans. I'm looking to order some new fans though soon for my H50 and heard great things about those Gentle Typhoon 1850rpm fans on radiators. You think it would be best to get 2 of the Typhoons or 2 of the AC Ryan's?
I would go for 2 GTs, I'm not really happy with the AC ryan because of the noise and I'm thinking of replacing these. If I find time, I'll do some research on a good pull fan, I read something about the Sharkoon Silent Eagle being a good candidate for moving a lot of air and silent at the same time.
    
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I would go for 2 GTs, I'm not really happy with the AC ryan because of the noise and I'm thinking of replacing these. If I find time, I'll do some research on a good pull fan, I read something about the Sharkoon Silent Eagle being a good candidate for moving a lot of air and silent at the same time.
GT's are my fave fans. Using 2x1850rpm on my push-pull. Even at full speed they are very bearable, but I use a fan controller with temp control for optimum noise/performance.
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post #1829 of 28311
Hey guys, quick question. How do you add the link to this club to my signature? Thanks
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post #1830 of 28311
If you look at the bottom of the first post just below where the Sig is quoted there is a code box, just copy and paste the contents of that
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