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I'd take pics of my Corsair H60 but no camera to do it now.
Anyways got E8500 with Idle temp on chip-32C, core 1-40, core 2-39.
Load temps: chip-46C, core 1-53, core 2-51.
Oced E8500, Vcore-1.28V. Stock H60 Fan,
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what about H100 , is it's Rad made of aluminum like the old ones OR copper ?
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Yum!

Thanks guys biggrin.gif

Wish I had extra bucks now biggrin.gif

I would love to try the push pull thing biggrin.gif

Are those x4 Fans for 14 bucks PWMs?

[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-120mm-Silent-Value/dp/B000O8I474/"]Amazon.com: Cooler Master 120mm Silent Case Fan 4-in-1 Value Pack - (R4-S2S-124K-GP): Electronics[/ame]
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Originally Posted by tubers;13846361 
Yum!

Thanks guys biggrin.gif

Wish I had extra bucks now biggrin.gif

I would love to try the push pull thing biggrin.gif

Are those x4 Fans for 14 bucks PWMs?

Amazon.com: Cooler Master 120mm Silent Case Fan 4-in-1 Value Pack - (R4-S2S-124K-GP): Electronics
They are x4 fans for $14, but these are not PWM. PWM have a 4-pin connector, and these have only 3 (2 for power and 1 for the tach to measure therir speed). they're very nice tho, veery silent (just bought them locally, gotta wait for my paycheck to get the SickleFlows for my sig rig, but they did lower noise amount, or better said, they maintained it, two of these in push/pull are the same as the stock fan at pull only at full speed)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Starbomba;13842553 
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 wink.gif

The trick here is to get the fans to run at the same speed, something that will not be achieved if they are plugged into different fan headers.

There is a great list of fans on the first page of this thread. If people would look there they would see an excellent selection of fans people here in this thread have had good resuts from.
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Okay thanks guys smile.gif

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.

If you want to go with PWM (I did), what you should do is purchase or make a PWM fan splitter so you can run them from the same fan header (CPU FAN). If you can find some Scythe High Speed 2000 RPM PWM fans, they work excellent.

http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/109/sy1225sl12hp_detail.html

If you want to make a PWM fan splitter, here is a diagram:

4pinpwmfansplitter.jpg

If you purchase a PWM splitter, make sure you get one that has a molex connector to pull the power for your two PWM fans from your PSU. They don't cost any more, but it will prevent possible overdrawing of power from your motherboard. If you have parts kicking around, you can make one. I made one for my system and it wasn't very hard, but you need all the parts shown in the diagram. If your fans both pull less power together than what your CPU header can handle then you can get a normal PWM splitter without the molex power connector, however I would still recommend using the splitter with the molex connector. There's no point pulling an amp of power from your motherboard when you can pull it directly from your PSU instead.
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im looking for a new fan for my h50. currently have 2 blademaster in it which i got it from my hyper 212+. But since my brother will get a new pc, i will use the blademaster for the hyper 212+ again. any recommendation?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tiramoko;13850773 
im looking for a new fan for my h50. currently have 2 blademaster in it which i got it from my hyper 212+. But since my brother will get a new pc, i will use the blademaster for the hyper 212+ again. any recommendation?

Are you going for cheap price for good performance (Yate Loon Medium/High Speeds), noise per performance (Gentle Typhoons), good performance with a bit higher noise and decent pricing (Akasa Vipers). Tons of other great fans on the first post.
    
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Originally Posted by Starbomba;13846461 
They are x4 fans for $14, but these are not PWM. PWM have a 4-pin connector, and these have only 3 (2 for power and 1 for the tach to measure therir speed). they're very nice tho, veery silent (just bought them locally, gotta wait for my paycheck to get the SickleFlows for my sig rig, but they did lower noise amount, or better said, they maintained it, two of these in push/pull are the same as the stock fan at pull only at full speed)

How can you adjust the setting of these fans? Or there's only one setting for each? If so, is it 99% that those 4 in the pack would run at the same speed?

Would it ruin the PC/CPU if the fans in a push/pull config are not running in the same speed?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mergatroid;13849009 
The trick here is to get the fans to run at the same speed, something that will not be achieved if they are plugged into different fan headers.

There is a great list of fans on the first page of this thread. If people would look there they would see an excellent selection of fans people here in this thread have had good resuts from.



If you want to go with PWM (I did), what you should do is purchase or make a PWM fan splitter so you can run them from the same fan header (CPU FAN). If you can find some Scythe High Speed 2000 RPM PWM fans, they work excellent.

http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/acc/109/sy1225sl12hp_detail.html

If you want to make a PWM fan splitter, here is a diagram:

4pinpwmfansplitter.jpg

If you purchase a PWM splitter, make sure you get one that has a molex connector to pull the power for your two PWM fans from your PSU. They don't cost any more, but it will prevent possible overdrawing of power from your motherboard. If you have parts kicking around, you can make one. I made one for my system and it wasn't very hard, but you need all the parts shown in the diagram. If your fans both pull less power together than what your CPU header can handle then you can get a normal PWM splitter without the molex power connector, however I would still recommend using the splitter with the molex connector. There's no point pulling an amp of power from your motherboard when you can pull it directly from your PSU instead.

Thank you. Interesting.

Any idea where to buy the splitter with molex? Can't find in Amazon xD
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mergatroid;13849009 
The trick here is to get the fans to run at the same speed, something that will not be achieved if they are plugged into different fan headers.
I thought 3-pin fans ran full speed no matter where you plugged them. At least mine do so, both the CM and the stock H70 fans, which are 3-pin.
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How can you adjust the setting of these fans? Or there's only one setting for each? If so, is it 99% that those 4 in the pack would run at the same speed?

Would it ruin the PC/CPU if the fans in a push/pull config are not running in the same speed?
These fans run @ ~1200 RPM forever, unless you find controls in your mobo to regulate them manually (usually in the temperature monitoring section of the BIOS), plug them into a fan controller, or use a software like SpeedFan.

They're so silent you wouldn't mind running them at full speed tho.

And no, you won't ruin your CPU. Temps might be a tad higher since the fans are unsynched and they won't be directing air the same way, maybe even causing more noise. But temps would still be low enough.
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Who wants to see Gentle Typhoons at full speed in a CM Storm Scout? [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlKSQgarMSc[/ame]
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