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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.
Yeah, I was leaning towards the GT's. Although, I've heard good things about the Ultra Kaze 2000 and 3000 as well as the San Ace's. Tough decision, but, I guess you probably can't go wrong with choosing any of these fans. My other thoughts were to do away with the (2) 120x25mm fans and go with just a single 120x35mm instead. But then I just read that someone was testing shroud configurations out and got great results with a 50mm shroud (2) 25mm together. Decisions, Decisions...
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Yeah, I was leaning towards the GT's. Although, I've heard good things about the Ultra Kaze 2000 and 3000 as well as the San Ace's. Tough decision, but, I guess you probably can't go wrong with choosing any of these fans. My other thoughts were to do away with the (2) 120x25mm fans and go with just a single 120x35mm instead. But then I just read that someone was testing shroud configurations out and got great results with a 50mm shroud (2) 25mm together. Decisions, Decisions...
Suggest you read through some of these, may help you decide.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/coo...est-case-fan/5

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...s-roundup.html
    
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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.
+rep Thanks!

Very interesting read. So it looks like 30mm is the optimal point that yields the best results and said that by using a 25mm shroud + 35mm push fan would place you right in that sweet spot! That's probably what I'll do then.

I measured the inside of my case to see how much distance I had left after my current 25mm pull fan | 25mm H50 | 25mm push fan (75mm total) and I have 10mm left before it snuggly rests against the Corsair heatsink. I know others have placed fans on the outside of their cases, but, I prefer to keep everything on the inside. So with only a total of 85mm to work with, I think the best route to take is: | Case <- H50 <- 25mm Shroud <- 35mm Push Fan | (in exhaust mode).

Can anyone recommend maybe the Top 2 or 3 35mm fans for this kind of setup?
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Installed my TFC Xtender Radiator Shroud

fans rad set up as

push-shroud-rad-pull idle temps drop from 30c to 25c awsome , heres some pics


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I concur!

@Pings: Fix your notation
Don't mind what is pushing what is pulling. That's all perspective according to the air flow. That is common sense, if you can't figure that out on your own, that's to bad. I'm more using the term push-pull than putting the words in order.

That's like if I'm trying to explain exhaust vs intake, and I show the exhaust arrows in the wrong direction. If I add an extra arrow does it make more sense? Exhaust = (⇇Push⇇Shroud⇇H50⇇Pull) - Intake (Push⇉H50⇉Shroud⇉Pull⇉) Push and pull is perspective according to the air flow. Do I really have to further explain this? Sorry I do stuff like this for a living, what might be common sense for me, might be new to you.





leppie Aslo you set up your H50 wrong, it should be in exhaust.
Edited by Pings - 1/14/10 at 1:49pm
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I bought this, installed it on my i7.

At stock my max load temp in linx was 51c, but when I overclocked it to 4.3ghz which is what I had on my megahalem(1.26v), it decided not to boot into windows. What could I have done wrong? I love the design of it. There is no leaks or anything so I know its working right.

I think I might just sell it then if its not gonna cool as good as my megahalem.
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post #1837 of 28303
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I bought this, installed it on my i7.

At stock my max load temp in linx was 51c, but when I overclocked it to 4.3ghz which is what I had on my megahalem(1.26v), it decided not to boot into windows. What could I have done wrong? I love the design of it. There is no leaks or anything so I know its working right.

I think I might just sell it then if its not gonna cool as good as my megahalem.
Were you running any fans on it? If so, what type of fans and were they setup in a push/pull configuration? Also, you may want to try and re-seat the pump onto your cpu, sometimes that helps if it wasn't placed on perfectly the first time.
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I bought this, installed it on my i7.

At stock my max load temp in linx was 51c, but when I overclocked it to 4.3ghz which is what I had on my megahalem(1.26v), it decided not to boot into windows. What could I have done wrong? I love the design of it. There is no leaks or anything so I know its working right.

I think I might just sell it then if its not gonna cool as good as my megahalem.
Post some PICs of your setup. Are you in intake or exhaust? Have you tried a shroud. After setting up the H50 in the correct way. My H50 kicks the crap out of my Megahalem. My H50 and my Megahalem were neck and neck stock, with my H50 tweaked its not even close.
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Post some PICs of your setup. Are you in intake or exhaust? Have you tried a shroud. After setting up the H50 in the correct way. My H50 kicks the crap out of my Megahalem. My H50 and my Megahalem were neck and neck stock, with my H50 tweaked its not even close.
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Hey folks.

Me my self dont have a H50, but im wondering if anybody have tried to lapped their h50? Are there any guides? Easyest way that i can think of must be to disconnect the rad and loop so u just have the block it self. OR?
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