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LOL sorry bout that. Didn't really mean anything bad.. it just sounds too much of a risk for me xD Having no back up budget in case stuff goes wrong xD
The H50 uses Aluminum fins so it won't rust like steel or get discolored like copper. I've only used compressed air on my rad, but it's never been dirty enough to need to use water.
    
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Those fans look fine here is the match up

Corsair stock fans-------------------< CM Sickleflow
50.35-61.2 CFM---------------------< 69.69 CFM----(higher is better)
1.8-2.3mm H20 static pressure (each)< 2.94 mmH2O--(higher is better)
26-31.5dBA of noise per fan ---------< 19 dBA-------(Lower is better)

replace away!!

The connector should be interchangeable
k thanks
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The heart of the system.


Fun build, especially cramming it in a mini ATX system.
Wow, I'm surprised the H70 pump/block can handle a loop with both the CPU and a video card.

Of course, it's really not an H70 any more other than the pump. Good job cramming it all in, for sure.

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btw, what fans do you recommend for the push/pull config? i'm currently using (2) coolermaster fans from the 4-pack i got. are they good enough? or you have better suggestions?

thanks again!
There's a list of fans on the first page of this thread. There are a ton of different fans that do a great job with these coolers. I would think, considering the temps you're getting right now, that your fans are working fine.

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Guys, excuse me.
How do you suggest I clean the H50?
Can I just blow the fins and radiators? (using my mouth)?
Or can I also use compressed air?
Any other tips please?
You answered your own question.

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Anyway:
Any easy way to control the fans with a free software? I'd like to easily ramp it up and down while in windows.
You can always connect them to a fan controller, or your motherboard fan header. There are a couple of things you should know however:

1: Make sure the combined power draw of the fans is lower than the power limit on your CPU FAN header.

2: Make sure your motherboard can control 3 pin fans. If it cannot, then to use this method you need 4 pin PWM fans.

3: In either case you will require a splitter so you can plug two fans (push pull) into one motherboard header.

4: If you are using 3 pin fans and two of them draw more power than your motherboard can handle from the CPU header, then you'll have to use a fan controller (hardware). The other option here is that you could plug one 3 pin fan into the CPU FAN header and the other 3 pin fan into a Chassis FAN header, however you may end up with the fans running at different speeds which could hinder performance. Of course you could use speedfan to control the fans individually and manually match the RPMs

5: If you go with 4 pin PWM fans and they also draw more power than your CPU header can provide then you need a 4 pin PWM splitter that draws power through a power supply molex connector while still sending a tac signal and receiving a PWM signal from the CPU header on your motherboard. However, if your two PWM fans are within the limits of your CPU fan header you can use a regular PWM splitter.
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Just got my H70 early fathers day present
My question is I have a HAF 932 should I go with the push/pull method
or exhaust. As far as fans go in case they r all stock in the case and I have 2 5770's in crossfire. Thnx for the advice.
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Just got my H70 early fathers day present
My question is I have a HAF 932 should I go with the push/pull method
or exhaust. As far as fans go in case they r all stock in the case and I have 2 5770's in crossfire. Thnx for the advice.
push pull can be done both in intake and exhaust. as long as you have 2 fans taking air in the same direction it is push pull

i'd set it out as exhaust. both my H50 and H70 are like that, and even tho intake reduces temps it's not by a huge margin (maybe 2-3°c)

What i'd do is buy 3 fans, 2 for the top as exhaust, and another just above the cards as intake to improve airflow and lower all temps.
Edited by Starbomba - 6/11/11 at 8:19pm
   
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Okay thanks guys

So, since you guys mentioned I wouldn't find a brand new, exact same fan that was provided with the H50.. What would you guys recommend?

12 bucks tops xD on each fan.. Seems like a lot of fan though.. I wonder if my board would support it.
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Crazy? Well, i am very crazy. Trust me, washing a PC with water is the best way!

I washed my GTX 285 now it quiet, looks new and it works !
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OK So, if I have this right I'll be able to buy a Corsair H100 and put it in my Corsair 600T case without any trouble at all.

I'm hoping I have that right cause I do at some stage want to Overclock my i7 920 and I want to keep it as cool as I can.

I don't want to go to the trouble of a custom kit as I would not trust myself to get it right and I do not want to buy a new system for a few years I say at less 3 on the out side before I get a new one.

So if the the H100 a no go, I'm going to have to go with the H80 or H70.
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Okay thanks guys

So, since you guys mentioned I wouldn't find a brand new, exact same fan that was provided with the H50.. What would you guys recommend?

12 bucks tops xD on each fan.. Seems like a lot of fan though.. I wonder if my board would support it.
The best option are the Gentle Typhoon fans, tho those can be a tad costly and hard to find. You can find a list of the most used fans on the first page of the thread.

Personally, i'd choose between (4 fans for $14, and thy're very silent, perfect for my HTPC) and the (better CFM than the stock fans with way less noise, plus blue LED, perfect for my sig rig, also, there are with red and green LEDs).

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Corsair stock fans-------------------< CM Sickleflow
50.35-61.2 CFM---------------------< 69.69 CFM----(higher is better)
1.8-2.3mm H20 static pressure (each)< 2.94 mmH2O--(higher is better)
26-31.5dBA of noise per fan ---------< 19 dBA-------(Lower is better)
Although if you can afford AP-15 Gentle Typhoons, that'd be the best option.

Also, even the most cheapo mobo can support at least 3 fans, one being PWM. Your mobo can have 6 fans connected, 3 of them can even be PWM, pretty nice. I bet you can run outta room for fans before running out of connectors

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OK So, if I have this right I'll be able to buy a Corsair H100 and put it in my Corsair 600T case without any trouble at all.

I'm hoping I have that right cause I do at some stage want to Overclock my i7 920 and I want to keep it as cool as I can.

I don't want to go to the trouble of a custom kit as I would not trust myself to get it right and I do not want to buy a new system for a few years I say at less 3 on the out side before I get a new one.

So if the the H100 a no go, I'm going to have to go with the H80 or H70.
Yes, Corsair made the H100 so it could fit any Corsair case.
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My recent H70 + spare parts mod for my crappy old HP Pavilion with a Phenom x4 9650 CPU and 9800GT video card.



Ditched the aluminum rad for a spare Swiftech MCR220 rad.


EK FC88 water block.


The heart of the system.


Fun build, especially cramming it in a mini ATX system.
Interesting project, how are your temps?
I feel like doing this on my H50 and HTPC to make it more silent, adding my GPU in (it screams like a banshee at full load)
   
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